Hindusthan Group of Educational Institutions pursues a philosophy of perpetual acquisition of Knowledge. Apart from academic curriculum, equally important is our policy to provide value based education and to exalt the hidden potent...Read More
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Hindusthan Institute of Technology has twelve world class computer laboratories across campus featuring over seven hundred computer systems. Beyond the computer labs, there are also computer workstations and printing options available in the Central Computing Center & Central Library.
The computer lab stocks the latest configuration in computers and is available anytime during and after working hours to all students and faculty. Each Department has its own lab with software that caters to specific academic programs.
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 prime objective of the department is to render quality based education in different perspectives with sound techniques adopting richness in the study of mathematics, science and language that helps the students to understand the modern technology with clarity.Besides academic curriculum,the department aim to develop the personality of students by inculcating human ethical values.
To provide students with an intellectually stimulating,challenging and supportive learning environment,which enables them to develop more about their academic and professional skills and make them gain valuable experiences in fundamental courses like mathematics,science and languageand to shape them as future technically skilled professionals.
|PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEO)|
1.To inculcate professional and ethical attitude,effective communication skills,teamwork skills,multidisciplinary approach in the students.
2.To produce graduates who have strong foundation in principles of Mathematics, Natural sciences and basic engineering sciences.
|3.To train students across the spectrum of basic and applied science.|
|PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)|
1. To develop the ability among students to understand the concept of core science subjects that will facilitate understanding of new technology.
2. To apply critical thinking and analytical skills to interpret scientific data and mathematical models.
3. To train the students to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms.
|S.No.||Name||Qualification||Designation||Specialization||No.of Years of Experience|
|1||Dr.R.PThangaraj||M..Sc.,M.Phil., ,Ph.D.,||Dean/Professor Head||Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer||33|
|2||Mrs.R.Sree Parimala||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,PGDCA, HDCA,(Ph.D)||Assistant Professor||Queueing theory||13.6|
|3||Dr.S. Jaya Bharathi||M..Sc.,M.Phil.Ph.D.,||Assistant Professor||Queueing theory||12|
|4||Ms.P. Jaya Chitra||M..Sc.,M.Phil.(Ph.D)||Associate Professor||Queueing theory||12|
|5||Ms.R.Karthika||M..Sc.,M.Phil., PGDOR.||Asst. Professor||Operations Research||5.7|
|6||Mr.J.John Stephan||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,PGDCA (Ph.D)||Asst. Professor||Graph theory||7.9|
|8||Ms.S.Nithya||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,||Asst. Professor||Operator Theory||10.4|
|9||Mrs.P.Vijayalakshmi||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,||Asst. Professor||Fractor Theory||13.6|
|10||Mrs.V.Amuthaveni||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,||Asst. Professor||Fractor Theory||12.5|
|1||Mr.P.Murugesan||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,||Associate Professor||Thin Films||32|
|2||Dr.B.Maheswari||M..Sc.,M.Phil., ,Ph.D.,||Associate Professor||Fabrication and characterization of Solar cells||7|
|3||Mr.D.Pradhabhan||M.Sc.,MPhil.,(P.hD)||Associate Professor||Thin Films||13|
|4||Mr. K. Ragulkumar||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,||Asst. Professor||Thin Films||5|
|1||Ms.J.Shoba||M..Sc.,M.Phil.,||Associate Professor||Corrosion Science||10.3|
|2||Mr.R.Siva Kumar||M..Sc.,M.Phil.(Ph.D)||Asst. Professor||Crystal Growth||8.8|
|3||Mr.G. Vadivelan||M..Sc.,M.Phil.(Ph.D)||Asst. Professor||Organic Crystal growth||7|
|2||Mr.K.R.Vallikannu||M.A.,M.Phil.,||Asst. Professor||Semantisc& tribal studies||10|