Basic Science and Humanities

Basic Science and Humanities department (BS & HU) comprises of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English. The department is committed to achieve academic excellence in teaching and scholarly endeavors, as well as serving the academic community and the public at large with highly qualified faculty members. It aims to provide a comprehensive knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English to the engineering students with a view to enrich the students’ understanding towards their core subjects. This will help them in encountering practical problems in their engineering careers, keeping a balance between applications and the basic principles behind them.

The department has excellent faculty members with international fame. All the faculty members attend and present papers in International and National conferences regularly in India. Some of the faculty members attended International conferences in different countries like Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czec Republic, China, Sri Lanka, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Spain. Total journal publication of this department is nearly 200 and conference presented papers are nearly 250. The department organizes seminar, model competition, project fair, power point presentation competition for the students as well as arranges expert lectures from different fields. The department publishes departmental Newsletter “Illumination” which contains all the departmental events and faculty achievements. There is also a separate Departmental Library apart from the Central Library which facilitates knowledge building for the faculty members.

Dr. Sumit Nandi
Dept of BSHU

Vision

Vision of the Department:

Department of Basic Science & Humanities endeavors to be a nationally-recognized model for educating and graduating students prepared to compete in and contribute to the ever- changing, technology-centered world of the 21st century. To achieve this vision the department is committed for providing a course of study for undergraduates in the field of Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Communicative English which combines curriculum and service/engagement opportunities that are high-quality, innovative and intellectually challenging and employ state-of-the-art technologies.

Mission

Mission of the department:

The mission of the Department of Basic Science & Humanities is to provide our students with highly qualified faculty members, academic advisors, advanced academic programs and high quality facilities to prepare competent professionals who will be able to work independently and apply their knowledge to develop own skills. It is our choice to equip our students with modernized perspective of science & communicative English in the different fields of the department.

Departmental Objectives:

Basic Science and Humanities @ Narula Institute of Technology consists of 4 sections, Chemistry, English, Mathematics and Physics. These subjects lay foundation to the knowledge base and education of any engineer, thus all the faculty members in these departments work towards achieving a common goal , to fulfill the educational needs of an engineer. Following are the main combined objective of Basic Science and Humanities @ NiT

  1. To provide the best possible educational facilities for training bright students for the careers in technology and science.
  2. To provide a creative atmosphere in which higher studies and research thrive both amongst the students and the faculty.
  3. To organize a short intensive courses, conferences and seminars on current technological developments which will be of benefit to the surrounding community.
  4. To provide research and development consultancy which will promote contact with and be of service to industries and to government and Civic Organizations.
  5. To organize quality improvement programmes for faculty members from various engineering colleges.
  6. To provide leadership in curriculum design and development.

Physics-1 Lab

Physics-2 Lab

Chemistry Lab

Language Lab-1

Language Lab-2

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