Department plays a pivotal role in being the cornerstone of institute’s vision of providing students holistic development. The department helps students to express themselves effectively and to create proficient engineers who can be globally challenged in engineering fundamentals – experimental, analytical, computational and designing abilities.


Mathematics, the queen of sciences is the base for all branches of Engineering and Technology. Mathematics itself is a language through which difficult problems can be addressed and analysed. All engineers need to be able to formulate practical engineering problems in mathematical terms. They must also be capable of solving the mathematical models, if necessary with the aid of a computer, and of interpreting the solutions and understanding the practical implications.

Curriculum of Mathematics is implemented sequentially, so that students can get fundamental background in their first year of engineering followed by advanced engineering mathematic in second year. Branch specific Statistical and Numerical methods of mathematics are also included in second year of engineering.

Communication Skills and Contributor Personality Development:

CPD provides the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that the students need to have to perform effectively and competently in one’s role and to meet the expectations of employers. Communication Skills develop a set of skills such as non-verbal communication, attentive listening, LSRW skills and ability to present clearly and confidently. Communications Skills are essential to develop the ability to communicative effectively in today’s high speed world. A good command and communication in English are essential in the modern world to wield not only respect but in all business transactions. The Department of English is fully equipped with a good language laboratory to impart the language skills effectively.

Engineering Economics and Management:

Engineering Economy enables engineers to consider all aspects of the investment from both the technical and financial viewpoints. Engineering Economy furnishes several patterns of analysis to determine rate of return, annual costs and payout periods, which all serve as bases for decision. Engineering Management is a career that brings together the technological problem-solving knowledge of engineering and the organizational, administrative, and planning abilities of management in order to supervise complex enterprises from idea to output.

What Students Learn:

  • Calculus
  • Vector Calculus and Linear Algebra
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  • Complex Variables and Numerical Methods
  • Numerical and Statistical Methods
  • Communication Skills
  • Contributor Personality Development
  • Engineering Economics and Management