SCIENCE & HUMANITIES
Department of Applied Sciences and humanities has been playing a vital role in the field of Engineering Education since its inception in the year 2008. The Department offers Applied Sciences and Humanities Courses as prescribed by the curriculum of the University in the first year of Engineering Programme. The Department includes Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Environmental Studies and English. Our Department is backed by well-educated, talented and dedicated faculty members to prepare the students according to the needs of the industry. The subjects taught by the teachers of this department are of prime importance for all round growth and development of Engineering Students.
Our Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities is one of the indispensable departments of Rajamahendri Institute of Tech & Engg that serves as the bed rock on which the institute is firmly structured. The Department imparts excellent quality education in the areas of Applied Sciences and Humanities for technical and professional upliftment of all engineering streams. The Department has well equipped laboratories in Physics, Chemistry and specially a digital Language Laboratory. The department has its own monitoring system namely “Counselors Teacher” scheme which looks after the attendance, academic performance and other extracurricular activities of I B.Tech students regularly and the reports are sent to the parents from time to time. We also have our own Department Library having more than 1024 volumes of Text Books, Reference Books to meet the requirements of faculty and students.
- To bring in rich quality of science based education and training in Science and Technical oriented with an overall back-ground suitable for making a successful career in industry/research or higher education in India and abroad.
- Ensure that our students are well trained in interpersonal skills, team work, professional ethics, practical training and participate in professional society activities.
To Enhance and develop the department with wide knowledge of Science and Humanities by implementing latest and applied technologies.
- To impart excellent knowledge and skills in emerging technology to the students.
- To guide students in personality development, sports and communication skills.
- To upgrade the labs with the current technology.
- To conduct/encourage participation in national level paper contests for the students.
- To prepare students for campus placements in core and related domains.
- The goals of the Department of Science and Humanities are to:
(a) To pave ways for acquisition of knowledge into their core branches.
(b) Instill in students the capabilities required by the discipline, the recognition of the need to enhance the discipline, and the desire of learning and
(c) Equip students with a general knowledge of technical and non-technical discipline so that they are prepared for further study in other fields including professional and graduate education.
- To use modern techniques in teaching and learning process especially teaching aids.
- Educating and Nurturing the students and moulding their capabilities to learn on their own by applying knowledge.
- To make all the faculties to register for Ph.D.
- To make all the faculties to publish papers in good indexed.
- Motivate the Staff to attend Prestigious Workshops, seminars and conferences.
- To produce 100% result in the University examination.
- To increase the number of Faculty and students.
- To conduct faculty development programmes regularly for continuous up gradation.
- To encourage the students to participate in social responsibility programmes.
- Dr.G.V.S.R Deekshitulu and D.N.Purnima “ Boundary Value Problems for Nabla Fractional Difference Equations of order less than one “communications in International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 6, Issue 10, October-2015, ISSN 2229-5518.
- Dr G.V.S.R Deekshitulu ,Dr. J.Jagan Mohan and D.N.Purnima “Discrete Control Systems of Fractional Order” Communications in International Journal of Nonlinear Science Vol.21(2016) No.1,pp.37-46, ISSN 1749-3889 (print), 1749-3897 (online)..
- D.N.Purnima and G.V.S.R.Deekshitulu, “Monotone Iterative Technique For Periodic Point Boundary Value Problem Associated with Fractional Difference Equations”, Accepted in Marathwada mathematical society, Aurangabad.
- D.N.Purnima and G.V.S.R.Deekshitulu, “Monotone Iterative Technique for finite Systems of Nabla Fractional Difference Equations”, Communications in in International Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences.112 Volume 4, ISSN 1311-8080.
- Presented a paper on “fractional system of finite inequalities” in the National conference on Mathematical Techniques and applications held at SRM University, Chennai during 1-2nd March, 2013.
- Presented a paper on “Boundary value problems associated with fractional difference equations” in the International conference on RAMSA held at GVP college of engineering, Vizag.
- Presented a paper on “Monotone iterative technique for finite system of fractional difference equations” in the National conference on ETMSEA held at JNTUK, Kakinada, May 2014.
- Presented a paper on “Monotone iterative technique for Periodic boundary value problem associated with Fractional difference equations” in the National Conference held at Marathwada Mathematical Society, Marathwada, Aurangabad, Maharastra Jan 2016.
- Attend a workshop on “Differential equations-Theory, computation and applications”, conducted by Department of Mathematics, IIT Kharagpur during Feb 27 to Mar 3, 2017
- Attend a Workshop on “Fractional Diferential Equations and Stability Theorey” conducted by Prof.V.Lakshimikantham Institute for Advanced Studies, Gayatri Vidya Parishad,Vizag, from 22nd to 24th Dec 2012.
- Attend a Workshop on “Research Methodology and Intellectual Property Rights” Conducted by JNTUK,Kakinada from 1st to 30th May,2013..
- Attend a Workshop on “Fluid Mechanics” Conducted by IIT Kharagpur From 20th to 30th May,2014.
- Attend a Workshop on”Functional analysis and its Applications” Conducted by IIT Hyderabad from 23 and 24 Dec,2014.