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About Department

 This department is a bridge between science and engineering practices. This is one of the important departments to establish a link between pure science and engineering branches. It aims to provide a strong foundation for engineering students and is an integral part of the institute. The subjects taught by the department are of leading significance for strengthening the fundamental understanding and development of budding engineers. So as to make them well equipped for the present and future scenario. The department (deals with) offers multidisciplinary subjects like engineering Physics, engineering Chemistry, Engineering Mathematics, Communication Skills, Environmental Sciences,Social sciences & engineering economics. The department is furnished by well-equipped engineering Physics laboratory with separate optical lab, engineering chemistry lab etc. These laboratories enable faculty and students to employ fundamental principles, create innovative solutions used to address important problems. Mathematics is the backbone of engineering education. Hence, a special emphasis is given on Mathematics in engineering education. The department has highly qualified, dedicated and experienced faculty members.

Wall Magazine

The departmental wall magazine introduced by the department is a periodical run on the notice board, where the students can post their articles, poems, drawings and other such compositions to share with each other. It is a medium for the students to express their creativity. It also helps to increase interaction between students by having regular fortnight display of quizzes, articles, poems on this open section so making it widely known. This activity attracted all the students of the department and gives out the message: ‘Creativity and passionate art prevails in the department’.

Vision of the Department

  • To provide quality professional education and conducive environment to emerge as a model proficient institute

Mission of the Department

  • To create scholarly and vibrant environment for professional excellence.
  • To contribute to advancement of knowledge in basic and applied areas of engineering and technology.
  • To be an institute of choice in the region by developing, managing and transferring contemporary technologies.
  • To build mutually valuable terms with society, industry and Alumni.

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES

Faculty Profile

Dr. N. V. Shirbhate

Associate Professor & Head

Ph.D., MPhil, ADCSSAA, M.Sc.

19 Years  Exp.

Prof. A. J. Pande

Assistant Professor

M.Phil., M.Sc., B.Ed.

20  years Exp.

 Dr. P.R. Malasane

Professor

 Dean(Student Affairs)

 Ph.D., M.Sc, B.Ed.

21  years Exp.

Dr. M.R. Ugale

Associate Professor

 Ph.D., M. Phil., M.Sc, PGDCS, B.Ed,

18 years Exp.

 Dr. S.V. Tambakhe

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. M.Phil., M.Sc.,B.Ed

13 Years Exp.

Dr. G.B. Tayade

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Sc.

10 Years Exp.

Prof. S.V. Potdar

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Pursuing), M.Sc., P.G. Diploma (T&D)

15 Years Exp.

Dr. N.D. Sahu

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Phil, M.Sc., B.Ed

13 Years  Exp.

   Dr. S.M. Borikar

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Phil, M.Sc., B.Ed,

15 Years Exp.

Dr. P.S. Deshpande

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Sc.

14 Years Exp.

   Prof.M.R. Jadhav

Assistant Professor

M.Sc., PGDIT, B.Ed.

12 Years Exp.

Dr.K.V. Pawar

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Ed

9 Years Exp.

Prof.S.M. Seikdar

Assistant Professor

M.Phil, M.Sc. (Maths),

M.Sc. (Stats),

12 Years Exp.

Prof.S.D. Kharbade

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.(Pursuing), M.Sc., B.Ed.,

5.5 Years Exp.

Prof.R.G. Kela

Assistant Professor

M.B.A.

 6 Years  Exp.

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Prof. M. V. Dambale

Assistant Professor

 M.B.A

5 years Exp.

Technical Supporting Staff

  • Shri Sunil R. Korde
  • Shri Shyam R. Tayade
  • Shri Yogesh C. Chavan

News Letters

Syllabus for B.E. Credit Grade System

  • Syllabus and Scheme…Click Here.
  • Time table for BE first year(I Semester) Group A 2018-19…Click here.
  • Time table for BE first year(I Semester) Group B 2018-19…Click here.
  • Time table for BE first year(II Semester) Group A 2018-19…Click here.
  • Time table for BE first year(II Semester) Group B 2018-19…Click here.
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SCIENCE & HUMANITIES
      • Name:  Dr. Nitin V. Shirbhate, Head of Science & Humanities Department
      • Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.401)
      • Email: nvshirbhate@rediffmail.com

Programme Outcomes:

Engineering graduates will be able to learn:

PO 1: Engineering knowledge:
Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO 2: Problem analysis:
Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO 3: Design/development of solutions:
Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems:
Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5: Modern tool usage:
Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO 6:The engineer and society:
Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal,health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO 7: Environment and sustainability:
Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO 8: Ethics:
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO 9: Individual and teamwork:
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi-disciplinary settings.
PO 10: Communication:
Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO 11: Project management and finance:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi-disciplinary environments.

PO 12: Life-long learning:
Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

All engineering students join the college as part of our engineering first year program and complete a common first year curriculum before moving to their core branch (Computer, Electronics, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering). Our objectives in the engineering first year program are to welcome students to the College, get them connected to important resources, help them learn about engineering as a profession and help them explore all of their academic options prior to joining a department.

Sr.BranchIntake
01Computer Science & Engineering180
02Electronics & Telecommunication120
03Information Technology120
04Civil Engineering60
05Mechanical Engineering60

ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB

Objectives:

  • Engineering Physics Laboratory is fully equipped laboratory and has all the facility to desirous incumbents required for conducting various experiments.
  • In applied physics laboratory, there is a separate optical lab, which includes all the experiment related to light.

Facilities

  • Physics lab includes well equipped optical laboratory with spectrometer, Diffraction Grating and Newton’s ring apparatus.
  • Physics lab is also having advanced experimental kits and Cathode Ray Oscilloscope’s.

ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB

Objectives:

  • Applied Chemistry laboratory is well equipped and has all the necessary facilities required for conducting the various experiments as per syllabus.
  • The laboratory consists of Muffle furnace, Hot Air Oven, pH meter, Redwood Viscometer No.1, Abel’s flash point Apparatus.

Facilities

  • Chemistry lab includes is well established having around 50 titration sets.
  • It includes the equipment’s for determining the viscosity or flash point of oils like Redwood viscometer no1 and Abel’s flash point apparatus.
  • It also has an oven and Muffle furnace for determining the quality of coal sample.
  • All the necessary and required chemicals are always readily available in the laboratory.


MATH LAB

Objectives:

  • To familiarize and introduce the students with MATLAB software.
  • To enable the students to solve engineering problems using simulation tools.
  • To prepare the students to use MATLAB in their project works.
  • To provide a know how on the  basic use of this software for real time applications.

ORELL DIGITAL LANGUAGE LAB

Language Lab Software:

  • Our institute has the iTell Premium 3 version installed that can be used by 200 users at a time.
  • Orell Digital Language Lab is a conscientiously created language learning software solution which is an interactive, user-friendly and cost-effective language learning platform that helps students to communicate effectively.
  • iTell is a multi-lingual platform which would facilitate students to be fluent in languages other than their mother tongue.
  • Orell provides complimentary learning materials for English and gives adequate exposure to day-to-day situations to help students familiarize with the language.
  • iTell has simplified teaching for the teachers to such a level that it is easy for them to manage the students and give them individual attention in a very organized manner.
  • In a nutshell, iTell is a state-of-the-art, user friendly language learning software with over 3000 installations across 40 countries.
  • Power packed with 5000 hours of study materials and exercises that not only enhances tutoring efficiency but also makes the learning process easy, enjoyable and quick.

Students’ / Learners’ Benefits:

  • Listen, Speak, Read and Write (LSRW) Activities – The most effective methodology used for learning languages.
  • Compare/Evaluate/Repeat with original/native accents deliver improved results on learning languages.
  • Review lessons in text/audio/video formats provide quicker learning.
  • Alert options for clarifications with the teacher in-private avoiding inhibitions and encourages easy learning for shy students.
  • Highly effective listening, speaking, reading and writing skills are developed with access to advanced material in text, audio and video formats.
  • Effective group discussions and interactions are provided for easier and effortless learning of languages.

Softwares:

  • Interactive Instructor Console
  • Interactive Student Console
  • Lesson studio (audio/video recorder)
  • Integrated Extensive English language learning materials and exercises and basic language learning material in French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese and Arabic.

Hardwares:

  • Installation CDs
  • Installation guide & user’s manual
  • Certificate of installation
  • License agreement
  • 10 Units of Headphones with Mic
  • 1 Unit of Webcam

Sr.No.Type of Event TopicNo of
Participants
GuestDate
01National Science DayHigh School and
First year
Engineering
student
Dr.Manpreet Singh
Manna,Mr. Sanjay
Wayal
28/02/2018
02SeminarClaims
Tribunal
Agreed Procedure
150

District Legal Services

Authority

24/02/2018
03SeminarAerospace
and
guidelines
for ISU
First year EXTCMs. Sonal Baberwal15/09/2017
04SeminarPersonality
Development
Sec B, C ,HMr. Rajesh Chauhan31/08/2017
05Gnosis Training
Program
Aptitude and
Soft skill
All Students of
First year
Ms. Richa
Shrivastav,Girish Pal and
Trainer
Starts from
23/08/2017
06SeminarRoad safety
awareness
All Students of
First year
Mr. Shrikant Gudhade21/08/2017
07Orientation ProgramPrincipal
Address
All Students of
First year
Principal and All HOD’s11/08/2017
08Yuva Aptitude TestEngineering
India
11603/03/2017
09Seed IT Idol-2017Fundamental
of C & CPP
All Students of
First year
03/03/2017
10Guest LectureYouth
Happiness
Program and
Art of Living
All Students of
First year
Dr.Rajesh Gadbail20/02/2017
11Seminar &
Vaccination Camp
Rubella
Vaccination
for girls in
Collaboration
with WGC &
Rotary club ,
Amravati
All Girl studentsDr.Pankaj Kaware,
Mr.Sonal Gupta
,Mr.Brijesh
Khandelwal,Mr.Prashant
Karwa,Mr.Atul
Kolhe,Mr.Sarang Raut
22/10/2016
12SeminarMeditation
Program on
quantum life
style
All Students of
First year
Smt.Gole Madam22/08/2016
13Orientation ProgramPrincipal
address
All Students of
First year
Principal Sir20/08/2016
14Engineering Talent
Hunt Exam -2015
120Deshna Career Academy18/10/2015
15SeminarPersonality
Development
and Team
Work
All Girl students

Ms. Prachi Shubhash

Patil

10/09/2015

Departmental Topper

Sr.No.SessionSemesterName of Topper
01

2018-19(W) Group

A

I SemSakshi Rithe
022018-19(W)
Group B
I SemDivya Kharpikar
032017-18(S) Group AII SemVaibhav Jadhav
042017-18(S) Group BII SemDhanashri
Ambadkar
05

2017-18(W) Group

A

I SemDhanashri
Ambadkar
062017-18(W) Group BI SemNitikesh Pihul
072016-17(S) Group AII SemKanchan Ingale
082016-17(S) Group BII SemVaishnavi Zawar
09

2016-17(W) Group

A

I SemShikhar Baniya
102016-17(W) Group BI SemSamreen Ahmad
112015-16(S) Group AII SemRutuja Sawai
122015-16(S) Group BII SemSumedh Ghatol
13

2015-16(W) Group

A

I SemEkeshwari Karmore
142015-16(W) Group BI SemRutuja Sawai

Winners of Technical Activities (Year wise)

Sr.No.Name of StudentEventVenuePrizeSession
01Swapnil G. BharsakaleNational
working model
& poster
presentation
Competition
on Innovative
Technologies
for Rural
Development
in India
Gadgebaba
Mandal,
daryapur
Winner
I rank
2017-18
02Prasanna P. IsaneNational
working model
& poster
presentation
Competition
on Innovative Technologies
for Rural
Development
in India
Gadgebaba
Mandal,
daryapur
Winner
I rank
2017-18
03Rushikesh JunewalSipna
Hackthon
Sipna College
of Engineering
and
Technology
Winner
I rank
2017-18
04Dhawal KamdarSipna
Hackthon
Sipna College
of Engineering
and
Technology
Winner
I rank
2017-18
05Nishant TinturkarSipna
Hackthon
Sipna College
of Engineering
and
Technology
Winner
I rank
2017-18
06Ajinkya BochareLan GamingG H Raisoni
college of
Engineering
and
Management
Amravati
Winner
I rank
2017-18
07Rushikesh JunewalLan GamingG H Raisoni
college of
Engineering
and
Management
Amravati
Winner
I rank
2017-18
08Shyamsundar BhakareSipna
Hackthon
Sipna College
of Engineering
and
Technology
Winner
I rank
2017-18
09Krishna PanpaliyaRobo StrikeSipna College
of Engineering
and
Technology
Runner Up2017-18
10Sanket DharamthokScience Model
Competition
Sipna College
of Engineering
and
Technology
Runner Up2017-18
11Chaitanya BobadeScience Model
Competition
Sipna College
of Engineering
and
Technology
Runner Up2017-18
12Pratik KaleMock
Placement
Mauli College
of Engineering
and
Winner
II Rank
2016-2017

Departmental News

Congratulations!! to Dr.M.R.Ugle for nominated as member Board of Studies(BoS),Humanities & Applied Sciences,General Engg.,SGBAU Amravati

Newsletter Session 2017-18…..Click Here