CALCULUS AND DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (AS 105)
The course focuses on developing important mathematical concepts in a comprehensible, coherent and rigorous way. This is achieved by means of a carefully balanced approach. Students are encouraged to apply their mathematical knowledge to solve problems of calculus in a variety of meaningful contexts. Students embarking on this course should be able to identify and solve various differential equations and should be intellectually equipped to appreciate the links between these concepts and their core engineering problems.
Faculties: Mr. Azhar Shaikh, Ms. Sini Ronson and Ms. Asha Abhilash.
APPLIED MATHEMATICS (AS 203 & AS 204)
Applied mathematics involves the application of mathematics to problems in various areas of science and engineering.The problems come from various applications, and their solutions require knowledge of various branches of mathematics.Technology grows out of fundamental science and to appreciate this important fact, the students of engineering disciplines require a firm grounding in mathematics. In this context, we are committed to provide our students with the understanding of basic concepts in science and the physical real life interpretations of solutions to mathematical problems.
Faculties: Dr. Satish Gajbhiv, Ms. Manisha Pansare, Ms. Priti Shinde
COMPUTING AND HIGHER MATHEMATICS (AS 502)
This course is aimed to fill an existing gap between the demands of industry and research institutions of a type of trained professionals who would be well trained in Mathematics and computing both. It has been observed that professionals involved in work involving engineering and technology applications lack a strong background in Mathematics and those professionals whose basic training is in Mathematics lack strong computing background skills. This course aspires to fill this gap by imparting rigorous training in fundamental areas of Computing skills and Mathematics. Assuming the high demand of professionals with these skills, after completion of this course the candidates are expected to be placed in industry, academia, R & D organization or may even pursue higher studies.
Faculties: Dr. Satish Gajbhiv, Ms. Asha Abhilash, Mr. Azhar Shaikh, Ms. Manisha Pansare, Ms. Sini Ronson and Ms. Priti Shinde
ENGINEERING PHYSICS (AS 106)
Since ‘technology’ has been generally understood as the application of ‘science’ to find answers to questions confronting us in a wide spectrum of inquiry, so a profound understanding of science is necessary to facilitate building sound intellectual capacity in the area of technology. Various areas of engineering studies are found to be applying concepts discussed in Physics as for instance measurement, optics, quantum-mechanics, laser to name a few which have been instrumental/ pivotal in the development of Engineering branches like Robotics, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Electronics and Telecommunications; besides other specific allied areas as Artificial Intelligence, Big-Data Analysis and Quantum Computing.
The Course of Engineering Physics (AS106) envisions understanding, instead of mere learning, of concepts as foundations of Engineering and technology.
Faculties: Dr Puja Verma, Mr. Manish Khare
ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS (HP 106 & HP107)
English is rapidly being utilised as a vehicle language for communication throughout the world. This fact has increased its demand and necessitated its acquisition and instruction at our institution. The courses English for Communication and Functional English focus on practising communication skills through sentence generation, practical usage, and the art of employing the underlying language abilities. This is intended to be accomplished through effective communication and a positive attitude. Students are encouraged to use language and communication expertise to appreciate the characteristics of speech and body language by implementing activity-based methods and approaches in the language laboratories. The training helps students develop their persuasive abilities while enhancing interpersonal relationships through verbal communication. These courses are designed especially for first-year students to strengthen their correctness and fluency in oral and written English to communicate more effectively in society, higher education, and the workforce. The courses also train students to use correct practical grammar for excellent articulation in English. The course contents investigate the primary causes and variables contributing to students' challenges with oral competence and remedial ways to increase pronunciation teaching, training, and learning.
Faculties: Mr. Mahendra Shete, Dr. Sushma Kulkarni and Ms. Vithika Sidhabhatti
GERMAN, JAPANESE AND FRENCH (HP 108, HP 109 & HP 110)
The German, French and Japanese courses provide students with a solid foundation in the language and opportunities to delve further into a foreign culture, history, and literature. Students learn the fundamentals and advanced techniques they need to succeed in a society where German, French and Japanese languages are spoken. Learning the language from the ground up helps hone a wide range of linguistic abilities, from expressing yourself clearly in speaking and writing to comprehending various formats to confidently address an audience of any size. The foreign language course provides you with the option to learn either language from the ground up or to expand on any prior knowledge you may have of either language. Students learn through formal training, lectures, seminars, and tutorials. In addition, they pursue a curriculum in French, Japanese and German studies through related themes in historical, linguistic, cultural, religious, and other settings. The German, French and Japanese courses are designed for students with advanced English language abilities to deepen their mastery of a foreign language or begin studying it from scratch.
The various visiting language experts train students in these languages
FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP ( HP 311)
The course offers a rare combination of entrepreneurial traits like imagination, passion, risk-taking, resilience, continuous innovation and brilliant execution on one side and the business dynamics of modelling, market, competition and products on the other. Our offerings are varied and include facilitated blended learning, top-notch curated content, resources, tools, case-studies along with expert sessions for students to gain experience in entrepreneurship.
Faculty: Mr. Tukaram B. Sonawane
ADVANCED COURSE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP ( HP 312)
he course focused on practice-based entrepreneurship learnings delivered as to get prepared for MVP to Launch Ready – enabling students/Prototype Stage Startups, to take their validated ideas to early revenue potential ventures.
Faculty: Mr. Tukaram B. Sonawane
COURSE NAME: STATISTICS AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS (AS 107)
This course includes some of the main ideas on integral calculus, a wide domain of mathematics that has many applications relevant to the future engineer. Also included different methods of computing integrals and applications of multiple integrals as area, volume, centre of gravity and moment of inertia using different types of examples.Main objective of this course is to identify different methods to evaluate integrals, to demonstrate an understanding towards evaluating multiple integrals, to relate and examine the applications of multiple integrals, to analyze different probability distribution functions, to study different statistical methods for solving problems.It explains the concepts of probability theory and statistics which are needed for handling various real-world problems.As a part of the studies we emphasize more on real life applications of the topics and based on that different activities are also conducting in timely manner. By doing this we inculcate the curiosity of the students towards research.
Faculties: Mrs. Asha Abhilash, Mrs. Sini Ronson and Mr. Azhar Shaikh