The department of Applied Sciences plays an important role in engineering as it provides a strong foundation to the young minds. Its main mission is to impart effective teaching and implement various aspects of applied sciences. It offers courses as prescribed by the university in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English. It also includes Electronics and Electrical, Mechanics and Computer Fundamentals.
The department has a strong pool of around 40 faculty members and lab technicians. They are highly qualified, experienced and dedicated for the betterment of students and college. They also play an important role of a mentor with complete sincerity, responsibility and care. They adopt a blend of traditional and modern interactive teaching methodologies to make learning more effective. The faculty members also ensure that they continue to upgrade themselves by participating in conferences, seminars and workshops of repute and contribute towards research and development in the form of research and review papers. The department boosts of over 100 research papers in various conferences and journals.
The department is headed by Prof. (Dr.) R.K.Gupta, who is a highly qualified and experienced academician of repute capable of propelling and guiding the faculty members and fulfilling the mission of the department of disseminating knowledge at the interfaces between the areas of engineering and other core areas of applied sciences.
The department has spacious and airy amphitheaters that provide a conclusive environment for teaching for courses like Computer Programming, Mechanics, Electrical and Electronics, expert teachers from concerned engineering departments are drawn. The department, in turn, provides expertise to engineering departments to teach Mathematics, technical writing, environment studies etc.
Each student is given personal attention and care and his/her attendance, behavior and academic performance is regularly monitored. In order to ensure better learning – teaching environment self-study groups, tutorial classes and regular counseling sessions are held. Question banks, other than tutorial sheets, comprising of questions of different types and varying difficulty levels have been prepared. Home assignments are given on a regular basis to give sufficient practice to students and prepare them for internal and external examinations.
Here is a sneak preview of the various departments:
Physics involves the study of physical phenomenon existing or occurring in nature by using established laws of nature or by evolving new principles or hypotheses. Physics, therefore , is considered as the basic building block of all technologies.
The department has two Engineering Physics Labs which allows a group of 30 students to carry out experiments independently. This well-equipped lab has an attached dark room to perform experiments based on light. The department recently introduced two beyond syllabus experiments. A national school on “Laser and its applications in technology’ sponsored by Indian Laser Association was organized in JIET on 8-9 October 2014.
Department of Chemistry
The department has distinguished itself as a centre for innovative and pioneering research in a wide range of areas in Chemistry and Chemistry interfacing with environmental studies. The department received fund for a research project from Department of Science and Technology. The department has two neatly designed, spacious and well- ventilated labs to accommodate 30 students. It also has a chemical store room. It provides students with a practical approach towards various techniques used in engineering application.
Department of Mathematics
The department teaches various topics in Mathematics to B.Tech and M. Tech students of different engineering branches and MBA course. In alignment with the vision and mission of the institute and the department has put consistent and dedicated efforts towards achieving excellence in research and teaching. Besides teaching and fulfilling various administrative responsibilities, the facultY members are also actively engaged in quality research in the areas of applied mathematics. The department had organized an International Conference on ‘Special functions and their applications’ from 28-30 July 2011 in collaboration with Department of mathematics and statistics, JNVU, Jodhpur.
Department of English
The department focuses on both language and literary aspects of language. Its main aim is to develop reading, writing, speaking and listening skills and to prepare students for various campuses. The department has two well-equipped language labs to improve pronunciation and communication skills of the students and make them employable and competent. It focuses on personality development and soft skills to make them sophisticated and industry ready.
The department equips all engineering graduates with the solid knowledge in applied sciences and mathematics needed to solve challenging problems in their respective engineering disciplines.
To educate, prepare and mentor students through curricular and extracurricular activities so as to excel them as good professionals and academicians.
Dr. Rakesh Kothari
Ph. D. (Physics)
MBA (Human Resources)
M. Sc. (Physics with the specialisation in Electronics)
B. Ed. (Science mathematics)
B.Sc. (Computer Science)
Dr. Sushma Dave
PhD: (chemistry) :Electrochemical behavior and trace monitoring of pollutants.
B. Sc / M.Sc ( Chemistry)
Dr. Rashmi Vyas
PhD: (English) : Political Consciousness in sean O' Casey's Plays
BA / MA ( English)
Dr. A. M. Khan
Ph. D. (Special Functions & Fractional Calculus), J.N.V.U. (Jodhpur)
M.Sc. (Mathematics), J.N.V.U. (Jodhpur)
B.Sc. (P.C.E.), J.N.V.U. (Jodhpur)
Dr. Chetna Gomber
Associate Professor, Chemistry
Ph. D., NET, M. Sc., B. Sc.View Detail Profile
Dr. Kamlesh Bhandari
Associate Professor, Mathematics
Dr. Sandeep Mathur
Assistant Dean & Associate Professor (Mathematics)
Ph. D. (Special Function), Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner
M. Sc. (Mathematics), M. D. S. University, Ajmer
B. Sc. (PCM), M. D. S. University, Ajmer
Dr. Sushamana Sharma
Associate Professor, Physics (Applied Sciences)
Ph. D. (Quantum Optics), JNVU, Jodhpur
M. Sc. (Solid State Physics) (Gold Medalist), JNVU, Jodhpur
B. Sc. (Physics, Maths and Computer Science), JNVU, Jodhpur
Dr. Renu Sharma
Assistant Professor (Chemistry)
Ph. D.,JNVU, Jodhpur
M.Sc.(Chemistry-electivepaperscheme), JNVU, Jodhpur
B. Sc. JNVU (Jodhpur)
Dr. Sunita Parihar
Associate Professor, Chemistry, Applied Sciences
M. Sc.(Chemistry), M. Sc.(Botany)
Dr. Akleshwar Mathur
Assistant Professor (Chemistry)
Ph. D. (Phytochemistry of desert plants and seed oils), JNVU (Jodhpur)
M. Sc. (Organic Chemistry), JNVU (Jodhpur)
B. Sc. (JNVU, Jodhpur)
Dr. Abhijit Kulshreshtha
Ph. D. (Mossbauer Spectroscopy), JNVU, Jodhpur M. Sc. ((Physics with the specialization in Electronics), JNVU, Jodhpur. B. Sc. (Computer Science), Lachoo Memorial College of Science and Technology, JNVU, Jodhpur P.G. Diploma in Marketing & Sales Management, Faculty of Commerce, JNVU, Jodhpur.View Detail Profile
Ms. Nidhi Varshney Gupta
Assistant Professor (Physics)
M.Sc. (Physics), JNVU, Jodhpur
B.Sc. (Computer Science), .JNVU, Jodhpur
|1.||Dr. Alkesh Pal (Dept. of Physics) joined as editorial member of journal of materials sciences and application.|
Dr. Garima Goswami has been selected as the Editorial/ reviewer board member of the following journals:
Journal of Chemical Engineering and its Applications.
Journal of Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering.
International Journal of Computational Intelligence, Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering.
|3.||Dr. Akhleshwar Mathur , Sr. Asst. Prof., Department of Chemistry presented a poster on ‘Acid Values of some non-edible oils from the Arid / Semi Arid zone of Rajasthan and their effects on Quality and Applications in Industries’ in a National Conference held at MNIT, Jaipur from August 21- 23, 2015.|
|1.||Dr. Garima Goswami||"OXIDATION OF COOKING OILS DUE TO REPEATED FRYING AND HUMAN HEALTH”||International Journal of Science,Technology and Management||01 Sept, 2015|
|2.||Dr. Chetna Gomber and Dr. Sunita Parihar||‘Data Analysis of Photochemical Reactions using ANN’||International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA) (NCIS proceedings)||July 2015|
|3.||Kamlesh Bhandari||ON BILATERAL GENERATING FUNCTIONS OF MODIFIED JACOBI POLYNOMIALS AND MODIFIED LAGUERRE POLYNOMIALS BY GROUP THEORETIC METHOD||Journal of Indian Academy of Mathematics||01 Apr. 2015|
|4.||Dr. Garima Goswami||"Oxidation of Aliphatic Primary Alcohols by Morpholinium Fluorochromate: A Kinetic and Mechanistic Approach ”||International Journal of Chemistry|
|1.||Ms. Rajani Bora||"Rural Entrepreneurship Development- Challenges And Government Efforts To Develop Rural Entrepreneurship In India."||UGC sponsored International conference on Recent Trends in Business Finance and Economics’||8-10 October, 2015|
|2.||Dr. Garima Goswami||"OXIDATION OF COOKING OILS DUE TO REPEATED FRYING AND HUMAN HEALTH”||International Conference on Science, Technology and Management (ICSTM-15)||27 Sept, 2015|
|3.||Akleshwar Mathur||"Green Marketing and Sustainable Development, A Review"||National Conference on Emerging Trends and Challenges in Management Organized by Dept. of Management studies, J N V University, Jodhpur||27-28 Feb. 2015|
|4.||Ms. Anshu Mathur||"Challenges for Women Against Violence"||National Conference on "emerging challenges & prospects of india of economy"organized by department of economics,JNVU||14-15 Feb 2015|
|5.||Prof. Rahul Solanki||“Effigy Processing through Various Discrete Transforms and their applications"||National Conference ,Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P)||30 & 31 Jan. 2015|
|6.||Prof. Devendra Singh Rawat||“Generalized Fractional Calculas of the K-function associated with Saigo-operator"||National Conference ,Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P)||30 & 31 Jan. 2015|
|7.||Mr. Akleshwar Mathur and Prof. Sanjay Gaur||“Fatty Acid Composition of Some Seed Oils from Arid Zone of Rajasthan and Their Iodine Values for Scope in Biodiesel Production Using ANN Technique”||National Conference on Intelligent Systems (NCIS-2014), Jodhpur||22-23 Dec. 2014.|