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The Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities is a vital component of Echelon which imparts superior quality education in the field of Applied Sciences (Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Engineering Chemistry and Environmental Studies) and Humanities (Communication Skills, Life Skills, Economics & Management). The vision of the Department is to produce competent engineering professionals having ethical & moral values with strong foundation in Physical Sciences, analytical & managerial skills and proficiency to communicate effectively with the external world.

Physics and Chemistry are dynamic and goal oriented with highly qualified & experienced faculty. Apart from teaching activities, the department conducts research in new and fascinating areas. The Physics Department has two labs well equipped with latest instruments & apparatus. The chemistry lab helps students in implementing the theoretical approaches of chemistry by conducting various experiments in the lab.

Mathematics is not just theories oriented as there is an emphasis on understanding the mathematical concepts and applying these concepts to solve various problems. Moreover, the Numerical Methods Lab helps to employ the mostly used numerical techniques in different engineering fields.

Humanities help students to develop adequate communication skills so that they can acquire, analyze, store, retrieve and exchange information at various levels of communication. The Department has the proud distinction of maintaining a language lab with the aim to acquaint the students with various phases of language learning.

Life Skills & Communication helps students acquire their life skills so that they can be futuristic in their approach. Life skills are essential to promote mental health and competence in youth in order to help them face challenges and realities of work and life.

Economics & Management helps students acquire analytical abilities so as to interpret the ideas developed by economists and inculcate managerial skills to manage the goings-on of a workplace and life at large.

Environmental Studies help in developing a holistic understanding of environmental issues and sensitizes students on subjects like climate change, loss of biodiversity, land degradation and other issues of ecological significance.

In addition to their key teaching responsibilities, a number of faculty members have been contributing their scholarly articles in national as well as international journals of repute. They have also been attending national as well as international conferences to keep themselves abreast of the latest researches and developments in their subject.

  1. Ms. Bharti Kukreja published a Research paper entitled “Kamala Das’s Poetry: An Instrument to Protest Against the Callous Treatment of Women in India in European Academic Journal, Romania (ISSN 2286-4822, Vol.4 Issue.09, Nov. 2016 )
  2. Ms. Bharti Kukreja presented a paper on “How Innovation is connected to Management an Technology Paradigms: A Broad Perspective” at the National Conference on “Recent Trends in Science, Engineering, Information Technology & Management”(RTSEITM-2017) held on 21st April,2017.3. Dr. Reena Negi Rawat presented a paper on “Novel and inexpensive Cu(II)-catalyzed transformations of Paracetamol into benzoquinone by chloramines-T” at the National Conference on “Recent Trends in Science, Engineering, Information Technology & Management”(RTSEITM-2017) held on 21st April 2017.
  3. Dr. Ranjana Sharma attended National Seminar on “Advances in Chemical Sciences and Engineering for Green Environment” in collaboration with “Green Chemistry Network Centre” organized by University of Delhi, on 6 April 2016 at Lingaya’s University, Faridabad.
  4. Dr. Ranjana Sharma also attended a one day Workshop on “Need of Instrumentation to meet emerging challenges in Science & Technology: Youth Awareness” on 10th May 2016 at Lingaya’s University, Faridabad.
  5. Dr. Meenu Chawla published a research paper entitled “Surface roughness effect on couple stress fluid lubricated porous pivoted slider bearings” in Journal of Information & Optimization Sciences. 37 (1), 13-22 in Jan 2016 issue.
  6. Ms. Renu Rana published a research paper entitled “Exploring the contribution of employer branding in corporate image building” in IJBGM: International Journal of Business and General Management, IASET (International Academy of Science, Engineering, and Technology) ISSN: 2319-2275.
  7. Ms. Renu Rana presented a paper on “A Study of Corporate Image Building & Challenges for HR in IT Sector” at the National Conference on “Recent Trends in Science, Engineering, Information Technology & Management”(RTSEITM-2017) held on 21st April 2017.
  8. Ms. Sunaina Bhutani presented a paper on “Role of Speech Act Raising Activity in the Facilitation of Speech Acts, compliment & Thanks” at the National Conference on “Recent Trends in Science, Engineering, Information Technology & Management”(RTSEITM-2017) held on 21st April 2017.

Vision

“To create engineering professionals having ethical & moral values, strong foundation in Mathematics and Applied Sciences, management and economic analytical skills with the ability to communicate effectively with the external world.”

Mission

  1. To provide a strong foundation in Mathematics & Applied Sciences.
  2. To inculcate effective management and economic analytical skills to make them competent professionals.
  3. To embed strong communication skills to interact effectively with the external world.
  4. To provide effective counseling and career guidance facility to the students to help them achieve their goals.
  5. To encourage faculty and staff to pursue higher education and research.
  6. To encourage faculty and staff to participate in seminars, conferences & workshops so as to keep themselves abreast of the state-of-the-art knowledge.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To prepare students for being competent engineers, who are fit for the Industrial environment in the field of Electronics and communication engineering particularly in the areas of design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance as per their employers’ requirements.
  2. To provide students with a sound foundation in the mathematics, scientific and engineering fundamentals of their basic subjects, so that they can formulate, solve and analyze any problem related to their fields and become adept to pursue higher studies and research.
  3. To develop the ability in students to analyze, simulate and fabricate electronic circuits and systems, and make their own projects using latest software tools and techniques.
  4. To provide an environment to the students, so that they can work in a group/team to achieve a creative objective or task.
  5. To prepare students for lifelong learning and incorporate professional ethics among them.
  6. To inculcate the habit in students for being aware of social concerns and understand the impact of their work on environment and mankind.
  7. To prepare them for being competent and to bag high paying jobs in renowned organizations.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. Graduates will be able to demonstrate their basic knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  2. Graduates will be able to demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data, and report results.
  3. A graduate will be able to design a system or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  4. Graduates will be able to function with multidisciplinary design teams.
  5. Graduates will be able to identify, formulate and solve electronics and communication engineering problems.
  6. Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities.
  7. Graduates will be equipped to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms.
  8. Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental and societal contexts.
  9. Graduates should be capable of self-learning and have awareness of the up gradation of their knowledge.
  10. Graduates will be well updated in their field and will have an understanding of the impact of engineering on society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues.
  11. Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental and societal contexts.
  12. Graduates will be familiar with modern engineering software tools and equipment utilized in the field of electronics and communication.
  13. Graduates will be able to compete in national level competitive examinations for higher studies.
  14. Graduates will be able to compete for a job in different fields.