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Allied Sciences

About the Department

The Department of Allied Sciences with combined application of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Professional Communication and Environmental Science provides a forum in order to build a smooth base for the specialized branch at a technical level. A fully fledged curriculum facilitates a holistic development of students coming from multi-cultural backgrounds. The syllabus is designed & modified through the Board of Studies conducted periodically in accordance with the latest technological requirements. The department organizes regular workshops, symposiums, conferences, seminars, guest lectures for active participation of scholars across various institutes & universities. The Department has well equipped Physics and Chemistry laboratories with the latest software installed in the language lab in order to generate interest among the budding engineers.

The Department of Allied Sciences has highly qualified and experienced faculties. All the faculties are having doctorate degrees from reputed International and National Universities. There has been a gradual development in the arena of research collaboration and consultancy.  The department also offers Ph.D. Programme and 25 scholars have already been awarded degree of Doctorate. At present 24 scholars are pursuing research under the guidance of many faculties. Faculty members are actively engaged in research areas like Nanoparticles and Nanocoatings, Natural product, Biofuels, Cellulose Chemistry, Polymer Science, Nanocomposite materials, Semiconductor devices and thin film technology, Wastewater treatment, Heavy metals in fly ash, water and its remediation, EIA, Ecological restoration, Biodiversity, Bio-fuel, Biogeochemical cycle, Fuzzy Logic, Reliability, Inventory, Astro Physics, Atmospheric Science, Work Ethics, Human Values, Developmental Pedagogy etc. Of late, Project labs in research areas like wetland unit for treatment of dairy wastewater, antireflective coating on solar panels, Bioaerosol and Ozone observations have also been established.