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Diploma General

General Department, one the departments of Diploma Engineering, which has immensely contributed to the glory and development of Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science for Diploma Studies.

The department consist of 6 faculties covering the general subjects which serve as the foundation of engineers to perform better in the future. The subjects include Physics, Chemistry, Maths, English and CPD i.e. Contributor’s Personality Development. The enthusiastic faculties have developed the laboratories for Physics and Chemistry subjects where students are provided with the practices of experiments which they study in the theory classes. Moreover the English faculties here endow the students with communicative skills, soft skills and presentation skills in English lecture which helps them to enhance their knowledge of their own branch, likewise the management and the college also reflect their concern for the development of the students which turned up in the shaping of Language Lab for Diploma students. Here the students practically learn to improve their communicative, listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.

Furthermore students are taken into the world of ethics through the subject like CPD, in which they are introduced to concepts like ‘how to work effectively in a workplace’, ‘how to contribute in a workplace by being ethical and demonstrate human concern’. Practically students are taught to participate in a Group Discussion and give a good presentation, how to build a good Resume for acquiring better job and at the end how should a candidate perform well during an interview.

Mission

We promote all round excellence by fostering creative expression and critical thinking to train students in communicative English, mathematical ability and fundamentals by adopting advanced teaching-learning methods to make the students professionally competent
Vision

The Department of Humanities & Sciences, also known as General Department strives to craft outstanding professionals. We are looking to develop soft skills and 21st century skills among the students to lead life of social cohesion and harmony.

Values

Science is the basis for all the other branches of Engineering Discipline. The department aims at providing competitive quality education and we support the students to lay basic profound foundation in all the branches of Engineering.

The motto of the Department is to provide high quality education to students with the assistance of well-qualified, dedicated and highly motivated faculty members. Our faculty’s research expertise includes all frontier areas in Mathematics. Physics, Chemistry and English. We impart the best teaching methodologies which prepare competent professionals able to independently apply knowledge to become a successful engineer.

  1. Four skills LSRW
  2. Professional values and ethics
  3. Technical Communication
  4. Manners and Etiquettes
  5. Have to be experimental in every area of life

MATHEMATICS:

  • Numerical Ability
  • Application of Theories in technical fields

PHYSICS:

  • Application of laws
  • Data analysis techniques

CHEMISTRY:

  • To know the properties and qualities of materials
  • Application of Chemistry in Surroundings

ENGLISH/CONTRIBUTOR PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT:

  • Communicative Ability
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Comprehensive Ability
  • Critical and Innovative thinking
  • To develop ‘win-win’ mindset
  • Professional and Ethical Behaviour

Scope of the Program

The Department of Humanities and Science teaches and promotes practical aspects of Applied Sciences and Humanities to build a solid foundation as part of the Engineering Education. The department prepares students for core engineering branches by educating them in the basic sciences of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English in the first year.

Mathematics is most important subject for engineering and technology. The knowledge of Mathematics prepares a strong foundation for other subject of engineering irrespective of particular branch or discipline. Covering the major areas in demand today, this course is of utmost value to the aspiring engineers. The course provides students with comprehensive theoretical knowledge also practical training in computer science. The curriculum is designed to provide students with in depth theoretical.

As Physics is the mother of all engineering disciplines, students must have some basic knowledge of Physics to understand their core subjects more comfortably. Studying physics strengthens quantitative reasoning and problem solving skills that are valuable in areas beyond physics.

Chemistry forms the part of applied science. The study of basic concepts of chemistry like chemical bonding, corrosion, water treatment, and different engineering materials like polymers, paints, lubricants, cement, Refractoriness etc. will help the students understanding engineering subjects where the emphasis is laid on the application of these concepts.

Proficiency in English is one of the basic needs of technical students. English is one of the widely spoken languages around the world. For an engineer and an engineering student, English language fluency is important both in studies and career. English language has become a dire need to deal successfully in the globalized and competitive market. While in CPD, the student learns to perceive that in all type of work, every type of role, there is a possibility of contributing at multiple levels – contributing to self, contributing to organization, and contributing to society. The student explores the meaning of success in his life.

No.

Name of Faculty

Qualification

Designation

Experience

Photo

01.

Mr. Anil Parmar

M. Sc. (Mathematics)

M. Phil (Mathematics)

Ph. D. (Pursuing)

Saurashtra University

I/C Head

5 years

02.

Mr. Dhaval Purohit

M. A. (English)

Ph. D. (Pursuing)

Saurashtra University

Lecturer

7 years

03.

Ms. Komal Mangtani

M. Sc. (Chemistry)

Saurashtra University

Lecturer

4 years

04.

Ms. Urvashi Ladani

M. Phil. (Mathematics)

Saurashtra University

Lecturer

4 years

05.

Ms. Pooja Ramaiya

M. Sc.(Physics)

Saurashtra University

Lecturer

2 year

Faculty Achievements

  1. Anil Parmar won the first prize in 8th National Level Symposium organized by Christ College
  2. Anil Parmar won the first prize in 9th National Level Symposium organized by Christ College in Paper (Poster) Presentation
  3. Urvashi Ladani won the first prize in 9th National Symposium
  4. Shanti Khunti won the first prize in 10th International Symposium

Participation by Faculties in Workshops/Conferences/FDP are…

Anil Parmar

  1. Workshop on UGC – SAP – DRS Workshop on an Art of Problem Solving in Mathematics – 2014, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidhyanagar (Anand).
  2. 8th National Lavel Science Symposium – 2015, Christ College, Rajkot, February 22, 2015.
  3. XI-Annual Conference of ADMA – 2015, B. S. Abdur Rahman University, Chennai, June 10 – 12, 2015.
  4. XXX-Gujarat Science Congress – 2016, K. S. K. V. Kuchchh University, Bhuj, February 06 – 07, 2016.
  5. 9th National Lavel Science Symposium – 2016, Christ College, Rajkot, February 14, 2016.
  6. ADMA Pre-Conference Workshop – 2016, Siddhaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur, June 06 – 08, 2016.
  7. International Conference on Discrete Mathematics – 2016, Siddhaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur, June 09 – 11, 2016.
  8. National Conference on Algebra, Analysis & Graph Theory – 2017, Saurashtra University, February 09 – 11, 2017.
  9. 13th Annual Conference of ADMA – 2017, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, June 08 – 10, 2017.
  10. National Conference on Applied Mathematical Sciences – 2017, Gujarat University, April 14 – 15, 2018.
  11. 14th Annual Conference of ADMA – 2018, DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, June 06 – 10, 2018.

Shanti Khunti

  1. National Conference on Algebra, Analysis & Graph Theory – 2017, Saurashtra University, February 09 – 11, 2017.
  2. 10th International Lavel Science Symposium – 2017, Christ College, Rajkot.

Urvashi Ladani

  1. 9th National Lavel Science Symposium – 2016, Christ College, Rajkot, February 14, 2016.
  2. National Conference on Algebra, Analysis & Graph Theory – 2017, Saurashtra University, February 09 – 11, 2017.

Komal Mangtani

  1. 9th National Lavel Science Symposium – 2016, Christ College, Rajkot, February 14, 2016.
  2. 10th International Lavel Science Symposium – 2017, Christ College, Rajkot.

Paper Presented by Faculties in Workshops/Conferences/FDP

Anil Parmar

  1. (Paper Presentation): “b-chromatic Number of Some Cycle Related Graphs”, 8th National Level Science Symposium – 2015, Christ College, Rajkot, February 22, 2015.
  2. (Poster Presentation): “b-chromatic Number of Some Pathe Related Graphs”, XXX-Gujarat Science Congress – 2016, K. S. K. V. Kuchchh University, Bhuj, February 06 – 07, 2016.
  3. (Poster Presentation): “b-chromatic Number of Some Graphs”, 9th National Level Science Symposium – 2016, Christ College, Rajkot, February 14, 2016.
  4. (Poster Presentation): “Open Packing Number of Some Path Related Graphs”, International Conference on Discrete Mathematics – 2016, Siddhaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur, June 09 – 11, 2016.
  5. (Paper Presentation): “Some New Results in Total Equitable Domination in Graphs”, National Conference on Algebra, Analysis & Graph Theory – 2017, Saurashtra University (Rajkot) , February 09 – 11, 2017.
  6. (Paper Presentation): “On Total Equitable Domination in Some Path Related Graphs”, 13th Annual Conference of ADMA – 2017, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, June 08 – 10, 2017.
  7. (Paper Presentation): “On Total Domination and Total Equitable Domination in Graphs”, National Conference on Applied Mathematical Sciences – 2017, Gujarat University, April 14 – 15, 2018.
  8. (Paper Presentation): “Total Equitable Bondage Number of a Graph”, 14th Annual Conference of ADMA – 2018, DA-IICT, Chennai, June 06 – 10, 2018.

Shanti Khunti

  1. (Paper Presentation): “Introduction to Matlab”, 10th International Lavel Science Symposium – 2017, Christ College, Rajkot.

Urvashi Ladani

  1. (Poster Presentation): “Matlab and its Applications”, 9th National Level Science Symposium – 2016, Christ College, Rajkot, February 14, 2016.

Invited Lecture / Guest Lecture by Anil Parmar

  1. Delivered an invited talk entitled ‘Introduction to Matlab’ on January 30, 2016 at Nobal Higher Secondary School, Vishavadar.
  2. Delivered a guest lecture on ‘Applications of Mathematics in Computer Science’ on 27 September, 2017 at Shree M. & N. Virani Science College (Autonomous), Rajkot.

No.

Title of the Paper

Name of Faculty

Designation

Link of Paper

1

Some new results on total equitable domination

Mr. Anil D. Parmar

Lecturer

http://shcpub.edu.in/web/binary/view_document/?model=ir.attachment&id=2324

2

On Total Domination in Some Path Related Graphs

Mr. Anil D. Parmar

Lecturer

https://www.ijmsc.com/index.php/ijmsc/article/view/ijmsc-7-2-9/pdf

3

On Total Domination and Total Equitable Domination in Graphs

Mr. Anil D. Parmar

Lecturer

http://www.malayajournal.org/articles/1MJM06010012.pdf

4

Total Equitable Bondage Number of a Graph

Mr. Anil D. Parmar

Lecturer

https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/JSR/article/view/33940/25711

5

How Language Laboratory Overcomes Human Limitations in Teaching
English

Dr. Ashish K Shukla

Lecturer

NA

6

Tandem Language Learning: A new Trend of Language Exchange

Dr. Ashish K Shukla

Lecturer

In proceeding

7

Study on the difference between ESL and EFL can change teaching learning pedagogy in India

Dr. Ashish K Shukla

Lecturer

In proceeding

8

Training Graduates for Employability Skills Can Change Their Professional Life

Dr. Ashish K Shukla

Lecturer

NA

9

Multimedia lab: A faster and effective way to teach English.

Dr. Ashish K Shukla

In proceeding

Sr. no.

Date

Topic

Speaker

1

23-10-2018

Role of University Teacher in Research & Development

Prof. Hemant Sonkusare

2

13-10-2018

Dynamics of effective Teaching & Learning

Dr. Hetal Thaker

3

13-10-2018

Pronunciation & its Methodology

Mr. Vijay Jotva

4

11-10-2018

How to write a Research Paper

Dr. G. D. Acharya

5

10-10-2018

Writing Skill

Mr. Dhaval Purohit

6

10-10-2018

Basics of Electronics

Mr. Jitendra Shishangiya

7

10-10-2018

English language Development Program

Dr. Ashish Shukla

8

05-10-2018

Journey from Teacher to Guru

Dr. Gururaj Karzgiji

9

11-02-2017

Nurturing Innovation by doing Project

Mr. Narayan Iyer

10

08-02-2017

IEEE Training Session

Akshay Prasanna

11

15-11-2016

Decentralized Solar System

Rakesh Oza

12

30-07-2016

Gurukulam Shanskruti Ayurveda

Dr. Mehul Acharya

13

28-06-2016

TeckAge by Globarena

Globareba Team

14

14-05-2016

Acedamic Performance Index

Alpesh Joshi

15

14-05-2016

Time Management for Effectiveness

S.R. VARMA

16

14-05-2016

Patent Filling Process in India

Ashish M. Kothari

17

07-04-2016

Beat Diabetes

Dr. Pooja Khirsariya

18

19-03-2016

Workshop in Energy Conservation

K. R. Siddhapura

19

12-03-2016

Quality Assurance In Higher Education

Hitesh Shukla

Group discussion: “Ideas Matters”

The students of this era cannot sustain to sit in the classroom for hours for their education. They are more concerned about their enjoyment than study so to meet their expectations, study should be having the flavor of enjoyment i.e. edutainment. To satisfy their requirements, the Traditional teaching method which is dominated by the teacher in the classroom in which teachers and students are found only concerned about syllabus should be replaced with Students Centric Approach. This concept includes involving students in what is going on by enabling them to work at their own speed, by not giving long explanations, by encouraging them to participate, to interact, to let them do things, etc. We, at AITS-DS, believe in harmonious development of students which depends not just on the technical skills but also on
Soft Skills and Values. With this noble prospective and to help our Juvenile minds to develop their professional skills, we, the General Department organized an unprecedented Group Discussion on our campus on 16th of March 2016.

Poster presentation, “The Role of Engineer in Society”

This competition was created to inspire students to explore connections between human rights and science, engineering and health.  As a network of scientific, engineering and health organizations that recognize a role for science and technology in promoting human rights, the AITS-DS and Human Rights Coalition addresses such issues as how the human right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications can elevate fundamental scientific values, such as fair access to scientific knowledge and greater scientific freedom; the ways that science and technology can be applied to support human rights work; and the promotion and protection of the rights of scientists, engineers and health professionals.

Poster presentation on “Science Day”

Diploma General department arranged poster competition on February 28, 2017 for all diploma Students . There were total 60 participants in the event .They were told to prepare poster on “Recent Trends in Science and Technology” .The aim of event was to celebrate National science day in such way that students can enrich their knowledge about recent trends in science and also get an experience of poster presentation. Event was judged by Mr. Mahesh Dhola H.O.D Electrical Department and Mr. Mihir Gajjar H.O.D Auto mobile Department.

A guest Lecture on “Applications of Mathematics in Engineering”

A Guest lecture was organized on October 27, 2018 by Department of Humanities and Science, Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science for Diploma Studies on “Applications of Mathematics in Engineering” for creating interest among all first year students. The Resource person Dr. N. A. Dani gave lecture to all first year students of Diploma Engineering. The session held between 12:00 AM and 01:40 PM.

A guest Lecture on “A Role of Mathematics in Engineering”

A Guest lecture was organized on November 24, 2018 by Department of Humanities and Science, Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science for Diploma Studies on “A Role of Mathematics in Engineering” for creating interest among all first year students. The Resource person Dr. N. H. Shah gave lecture to all first year students of Diploma Engineering. The session held between 12:00 AM and 01:40 PM.

Academic & Evaluation Enrichment Program_Navratri 2018-19

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