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The Department of Science and Humanities was initiated in the year 2000. It comprises of varies disciplines like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. Since Science is the basis for all Engineering disciplines, the courses offered by the department form the foundation of all Engineering courses.
The highlight of the Department is the Bridge Course offered for the new entrants of the college to enable them to cope with the higher education system.
To expose the students to the latest trends in the relevant subjects, the department organizes a series of guest lecturers every academic year.
In keeping abreast with the latest demands of the placements, the department strives to impart various skills like communication skills, technical skills, soft skills and Essential Life Skills to the young aspirants of the institution.
Above all, a holistic development of the students is the major focus of the department for which the members of the staff are easily accessible to their wards for personal guidance and counseling.
Science Quiz, Science Model Exhibition, Quiz in Mathematics and celebrating Science Day are the salient features of the department providing platform to showcase their innate talents and innovative ideas. Students take part active part in Science Day celebration and present models and papers.
The Department of Science and Humanities is the gate way of Engineering Education. The department is committed to provide innovative, high quality instruction that empowers students to become globally accepted Technical Professionals and responsible citizens.
The Physics Laboratory which is equipped with the latest instruments occupies an area of 252 sq.m. It can accommodate up to 65 students at a time to perform experiments as prescribed in the Anna University curriculum. The following are the some of the equipments maintained in the Physics Laboratory.
The Chemistry Laboratory which covers an area of 252 sq.m. can also accommodate upto 65students to perform the experiments as prescribed in the Anna University Curriculum. It is equipped with instruments like
Understanding the importance of English language in the higher education system, the department maintains a well equipped laboratory. The Laboratory syllabus is so designed as a skill based curriculum with a global perspective by the University. This Laboratory aims at honing the communicative, social, interpersonal and professional skills of the students to enable them to emerge as employable engineers and good competitors in the corporate world.
The academic plethora of the department is supported by Seven doctorates, three of them are about to complete Ph.D., and most of the remaining faculty have registered for Ph.D. The department evinces a keen interest in the publication of research papers in reputed and refereed journals. The department has already published more than 75 research papers in International journals and over 25 in national journals and conference proceedings.
Despite a tremendous interest shown in the field of Engineering and Technology, the department shows s keen interest and thirst for Tamil Language, its tradition and culture through the activities of Tamil Mantram.
ELOC was introduced in the year 2008 to help students attain fluency in English Language through different forms and genres. Students are trained to participate in various events like group discussion, debate, extempore, book review and individual presentation. English language workshops are conducted to help them improve their communicative language. Many students are benefitted and they have also given their testimonials.
|Faculty Name||Designation||Qualification||Year of Experience|
|Dr. MAGUDESWARAN.P.N||Dean Academics||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,||28|
|Dr. K.P. UMA||Professor & Head||M..Sc.,M.Phil., M.Ed.,Ph.D.,||26|
|Dr. K.V. GIRIJA||Associate Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D||26|
|Dr.K.KAVITHAMANI||Associate Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D||4|
|Ms. A. NARMADHA||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,(Ph.D).,||25|
|Dr. K. KANNAN||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D||17|
|Ms. B. SUJATHA||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,,||8|
|Ms. A. GOMATHI||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,,||7|
|Ms. S. PADMA||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,,||12|
|Ms. S. GIRIJA||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,,||7|
|Mr. R. JOSEPH PAUL||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,,||10|
|Ms.K.ANITHA||Asst. Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil., PGDCA., (Ph.D)||16|
|Mr.B.MOHAN||Asst. Professor||M.Sc., M.Phil.,||6|
|Mr. S.PRABHU||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,||5|
|Mrs. M.KIRUTHIGA||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,||.6|
|Dr. K. MUTHUKUMARAN||Professor & Head||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D||34|
|Dr. B. JEYAGOWRI||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D||15|
|Mr. MOHAMMED IBRAHIM||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,||10|
|Mr.V. RUBIN KUMAR||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,||5|
|Mrs.N. VIJAYALKSHMI||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,||7|
|Dr. K. SIVAKUMAR||Associate Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,||16|
|Ms. T.SARATHAMANI||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,||11|
|Mr.S. JAINULABDEEN||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil., (Ph.D)||7|
|Dr. S. BALAMURALI||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,||9|
|Ms. B.MAHALAKSHMI||Asst. Professor||M.Sc.,M.Phil.,||2|
|Ms. M. NARMATHA||Asst. Professor||M.A.,M.Phil.,||12|
|Ms.M. SANGEETHA||Asst. Professor||M.A.,M.Phil.,||12|
|Mr. K. ANAND||Asst. Professor||M.A.,M.Phil.,||5|