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Goals and objectives of Mathematics

The main goal of the Mathematics Department is to teach all students to think logically and critically.

The curriculum prescribed by GTU supports the development of higher level mathematical skills and computing expertise for students in fields such as the  Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and various branches of engineering as well as the departmental programs and activities provide opportunities for academic excellence.

Upon completion of the prescribed program of study in mathematics, the students should be able to:

  • Recognize that mathematics is an art as well as a powerful foundational tool of science & Engineering with endless applications.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical concepts and axiomatic underpinnings of mathematics and an ability to construct proofs at the appropriate level.
  • Demonstrate competency in mathematical modeling of complex phenomena, problem solving and decision making.
  • Demonstrate a level of proficiency in quantitative and computing skills sufficient to meet the demands of society upon modern educated women as global leaders.

Sr No

Name

Qualification

Designation

No. of Years of Experience

Photograph

UG

PG

1 Ms. Nisha K. Nesadia M.Sc./M.Phil./B.Ed. Assistant Professor 6
2 Ms. Bhagvati Nabhoya R. M.Sc./M.Phil. Assistant Professor 5
3 Ms. Chandni P. Dhaduk M.Sc./M.Phil./B.Ed. Assistant Professor 5
4 Dr. Rakhimol V. Isaac M.Sc./B.Ed./M.Phil./Ph.D Assistant Professor 12
5 Mr. Parag D. Ajani M.Sc. / M.Phil. Assistant Professor 6

Goals and objectives of Physics

The goal of the Physics is to provide the student with a broad understanding of the physical principles, to help them develop critical thinking and quantitative reasoning skills, to empower them to think creatively and critically about physical problems and experiments and to provide training for students planning careers in engineering college teaching, industrial jobs or other sectors of our society.

Upon completion of the prescribed program of study in physics, the students should be able to:

  • Provide the student with a broad spectrum of physics subject
  • Emphasize the role of physics in life and other discipline (chemistry ,mathematics and engineering)
  • Develop the ability of the students to conduct, observe, analyzes and report an experiment
  • Develop the ability of the students to deal with physical models and formulas mathematically
  • Provide the student with different practical, intellectual and transferable skills

Sr No

Name

Qualification

Designation

No. of Years of Experience

Photograph

UG

PG

1 Dr. Deepak J. Dave M.Sc./Ph.D./PGDCA Assistant Professor 17
2 Dr. Anup Sanchela M.Sc./Ph.D./PDF Assistant Professor 10.6

Goals and objectives of Communication Skills

The objectives of teaching English Language to the students are to equip them to use language in an efficient and effective manner. The idea is to empower an average student in such a way that learning English becomes a pleasurable endeavor. It is with this aim in mind that the new topics and text books have been chosen for English Language Program. The focus of the new text books is two-fold: to teach finer nuances of language, Linguistics, Phonetics and Phonology through an integrated approach;and to teach composition through activity-based, not rule-based approach. For this reason, we have consciously chosen topics and text books that de-emphasize literature and re-set our focus on the study of language.

Upon completion of the prescribed program of study in Communication Skills, the students should be able to:

  • To help students understand the process and cycle of communication with the understanding of the NOISE (Communicative Hindrances.
  • It is also desirable for the students that they can differentiate to understand general and technical communication so as to make use of language in wider perspective through different levels of communication.
  • To develop the ability of the learners to locate main ideas and supporting ideas in a listening excerpt.
  • To enable them to understand different accents of English
  • To develop the sub-skills of listening
  • To Enrich their thinking power by literature of English.

Sr No

Name

Qualification

Designation

No. of Years of Experience

Photograph

UG

PG

1 Ms. Shivangi D. Oza M.A. HOD Asst. Prof 6
2 Mr. Jay A. Ranpura M.A. Asst. Prof 4
3 Mr. Nishant B. Dave M.A. / B.Ed. Asst. Prof 6
4 Mr. Nilesh A. Helaiya M.A. / M.Phil. Asst. Prof 4
5 Mr. Manav Sharma Ph.D./MA Asst. Prof(SS) 11.5
6 Mr. Ashok Khuman MA/SLET Asst. Prof 2.5
7 Ms. Nishita Jataniya MA Teaching Asst. 0.6
8 Ms. Jayanna Gajjar MA Teaching Asst. 0.6

Background

Academic Expansion from 1988 Onwards.

  • 1988

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    January 2, 1988
    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.
  • 1988

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    January 28, 1988
    Commencement of Self Finance.
  • 2000

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Science Programs and Management Program.
  • 2000

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.
  • 2005

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    January 28, 2005
    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.
  • 2007

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    January 28, 2007
    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.
  • 2018

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    January 28, 2018
    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

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