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Adichunchanagiri University

BGS Institute Of Technology

BG Nagar,B-M Road,NH-75,571448

Department of Basic Science

Vision of the Department

To produce engineers by possessing good technical knowledge and ethics through quality education and research.

About

Department of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics was established in the year 2005 during the inception of the Institution. The Department of mathematics have dedicated and sincere faculty members. The Department offers courses for first- and second-year undergraduate students of all branches. The faculties are actively engaged in research activities. Some of the areas of interest are Fluid Mechanics, Graph theory.

Department of Physics

The Physics department is one of the oldest department established in 2005. The Department has very good infrastructure, well equipped spacious laboratories. The department teaches Engineering Physics which emphasizes the basic principles underlying most engineering developments vital to engineers of all branches. The Department has well qualified, experienced and highly motivated faculties. Also, it includes fully-fledged laboratories and advanced experimental setups for students to realize concepts in Physics.

The department has involved various departmental activities of institution from the beginning. The department organizes workshops, seminars, induction program and other curricular and co-curricular activities.

The overall agenda of the syllabus incorporated in the engineering physics is to expose the students to very important basic concepts related to the advanced technology available today around the globe. The list of experiments included in the curriculum is totally related to the classroom theory-syllabus. Therefore, the detailed discussions made in the classroom about the theory would be realized while conducting related experiments back in the laboratory. In this process students would gain deeper knowledge of fundamental governing principles based on which the present day advanced engineering technologies are build.

Experiments List

1. Determination of spring constants in Series and Parallel combinations.

2. n & I by Torsional pendulum.

3. Single Cantilever Experiment.

4. Radius of curvature of plano convex lens using Newton’s rings.

5. LCR Resonance (Series and Parallel).

6. Study of Zener diode characteristics.

7. Acceptance angle and Numerical aperture of an optical fiber.

8. Wavelength of semiconductor laser using Laser diffraction.

9. Estimation of Fermi Energy of Copper.

10. Study of Transistor characteristics.

11. Study of Photodiode characteristics.

12. Calculation of Dielectric constant by RC charging and discharging.

Department of Chemistry

The department of Chemistry started in the year 2005 and engaged in teaching applied chemistry to the first year students of all branches in engineering. The faculty members of our department are qualified, experienced and involved in research activities in core areas of the subject and engineering applications. The faculty members attend FDP, Workshops and Seminars to upgrade their knowledge. Best utilization of faculties, infrastructure and showing interest in studies gives a strong basement for the budding engineers. The department aims to impart high quality education, inspiring students to compete globally and to develop scientific outlook with analytical mind.

The department has involved various departmental activities of institution from the beginning. The department organizes workshops, seminars, induction program and other curricular and co-curricular activities.

Chemistry is a colorful fundamental subject of science which has lot of importance in engineering and technology. The subject gives more emphasis on applications of chemistry in today’s world, also solutions to the many problems we are facing today. Nowadays, the world is focused on interdisciplinary studies. Hence the students should give importance to the subject, carrier and to excel academically.

Experiments List

PART-A:

INSTRUMENTAL EXPERIMENTS

1. Potentiometric Estimation of FAS using Standard K2Cr2O7 solution.

2. Conductometric Estiation of Acid mixture using standard NaOH solution.

3.Determination of Viscosity Co-efficient of the given Organic liquid using Ostwald’s viscometer.

4. Colorimetric Estimation of copper.

5. Determination of pKa of the given weak acid using pH meter.

6. Flame photometric estimation of sodium and potassium in the given sample of water.

PART-B:

VOLUMETRIC EXPERIMENTS

1. Determination of Total hardness of a sample of Water using Disodium salt of EDTA .

2. Determination of CaO in the given Cement solution by Rapid EDTA method

3. Determination of Percentage of Copper present in brass solution by using standard sodium thiosulphate solution.

4. Determination of COD of the given Industrial waste water sample.

5. Determination of Iron in the given sample of Haematite ore solution using standard K2Cr2O7 solution by external indicator method.

6. Detemination of chloride content of water by Iodometric method.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

To provide students with practical knowledge of quantitative analysis of materials by classical and instrumental methods for developing experimental skills in building technical competence.