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Applied Science - Engineering Physics Department

The total area of Physics lab is 200 meter-sq so as to fulfill the AICTE norm. The department is provided with a black board and desks for giving instructions to the students. It is also provided with an Optics lab. of area 10 meter-sq for performing the experiments like diffraction of laser beam, which employ monochromatic light beam. For H.O.D. and staff separate cabins have been provided within the area of 10 meter-sq. The lab is well equipped with following major equipments.

List Of Experiments
Series & Parallel L-C-R circuits
I-V characteristics of Zener diode
Characteristics of a Transistor
Measurement of Dielectric constant
Magnetic properties by B-H graph method
Determination of Planck's constant using LED's
Determination of Fermi energy
Band gap of a Semiconductor
Verification of Stefan's law
Wavelength of LASER using diffraction grating

 

Shri. V. M. Bhumannaver,  Miss. L. B. Kankanawadi are  teaching faculties in the department. Mr G B Doddagoudar (B.Sc.), Instructor and shri.  M. S. Badakar Helper are also well experienced non-teaching staff in the department. 

The strength of the students in each batch is normally 15 and for each student separate experimental set up will be provided for performing the experiment. For keeping bags or other materials, racks have been provided. For each student lab manual will be provided in the beginning of the semester. The continuous assessment of lab. performance of each student will be carried out every week after successful completion of an experiment. At the end of the semester an internal lab test and viva-voce will be conducted. Based on attendance performance through out the semester, performance in the continuous evaluation process and internal lab test and viva-voce conducted at the end of the semester, a student will be awarded the lab. internal marks out of 25. The result of the students in the VTU examinations in the subjects of "Engg. Physics" and "Engg. Physics Lab." are analysed to be more than 90% for the last three years.

Applied Science - Engineering Chemistry Department

The Hirasugar Institute Of Technology was started in the year 1996 by S.J.P.N. Trust incorporating Department of Engg. Chemistry as one of the basic applied science department. The major activity was to build up infrastructure for laboratory work in chemistry and staff members. The laboratory and classrooms were shifted in the new building in the year 2004. The laboratory and classrooms are provided as per A.I.C.T.E. norms. The lab area is 20o meter-sq and two class rooms (70 meter-sq each). Four working tables measuring 20'9"x 5'8" with ceramic tile surface racks, gas and water, electricity HT Power line are provided, procurement of laboratory equipments, glassware's and chemicals has been as per the V.T.U. syllabus spending about Rs 9 Lacs. Computer facility, charts, special instruction room, preparation room , HOD and staffroom are incorporated. Ventilation and sufficient light , fans, fire extinguisher's , glass board are used in the lab and class rooms . Lab experiments are conducted in accordance with prescribed syllabus.

Academic Achievements

The result of students in Engg.Chemistry in B.E. I/II semester every year is about 80%. It was 96.4% in the year 2008. Three internal assessment tests are conducted. Assignments are given and checked after submission. Lab test is conducted, students counseling is done for their better improvement of result. Letters are sent to parents, student's feedback is taken.

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The result of students in Engg.Chemistry in B.E. I/II semester every year is about 80%. It was 96.4% in the year 2008. Three internal assessment tests are conducted. Assignments are given and checked after submission. Lab test is conducted, students counseling is done for their better improvement of result. Letters are sent to parents, student's feedback is taken.

Applied Science - Engineering Mathematics Department

In a sprawling area our college is located having well equipped infrastructure, in which Mathematics department is housed with the basic requirements.

The reputation & quality of teaching of any college depends upon the faculty members. The faculty members are the life line for the students. Therefore our staff has their own conspicuous commitment. The needs of the students have been constantly attended to with the skill, strategy and with their own pedagogy.

The faculty members are highly experienced and have been teaching using practically viable students centerd techniques by referring to the authoritative books of mathematics.

Applied Science - Language Department

The Department of Humanities/Language was established in 1996. This department was established with a view to consolidating basics of English language. The courses have been designed to strengthen the fundamental principles to enable the students comprehend the core engineering subjects. As part of English language teaching, life skills are imparted enabling the students to improve their marketability and employability. The department has a well established multimedia language lab with advanced licensed software to equip the students to be effective communicators. HIT-Nidasoshi lays emphasis on activity based learning process to expose the students to the nuances of the language.

The faculty members are highly experienced and have been teaching using practically viable students centerd techniques by referring to the authoritative books of language & communication.

HoD

HOD, Department of Applied Science & Humanities


J B Patil

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It is the Mathematics and Physics that give solutions to any engineering problem! Of course life is Chemistry! During engineering studies one can enjoy these subjects! Science, Mathematics, Engineering Medicine, Biology and Technology should go together!

Engineering Education is so much important today that almost anything could be done with some or other engineering knowledge and skills. Industry and society needs an engineer who is well equipped with knowledge, innovative mindset, design and research attitude, marketing skills, presentation skills along with science and technology background. So much of versatility would perhaps be very challenging initially, for a student who would like to be a successful engineer. For engineering students my suggestion would be to maintain learning attitude, get exposed to real life problems and industry environment. For faculty members the challenges are to find out what would transform a student getting admitted in engineering after 10+2 course into an engineer, without forgetting that we ourselves are first of all engineers and then engineering teachers. Of course each one of us continues as a student even after becoming an engineer, inspite of his or her profession. For faculty members, subject knowledge that is much deeper is essentially required. Therefore acquiring qualifications, carrying out research and imparting knowledge to students as well as providing help to industries in terms of projects is must. Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology should go hand in hand. Working with machines and processes/systems or designing projects and acquiring that specialized knowledge along with skills; so as to make its use for society is a sign of practical engineer. Whatever mathematical formula that one realizes physically is design engineering. Application engineering is required for making engineering designs useful to society. The whole engineering economy depends on utilization of engineering knowledge and skills for the society. This itself is the motivation for engineering teachers and students. This is however possible if there is a quality time and space for studies and experimentation. For this purpose one has to go from classrooms to libraries; from libraries to laboratories and then from laboratories to industries or society in general. This is the journey of an engineering student. It is further essentially required that sports, cultural and co-curricular activities are must for maintaining a good spirit, moral and health in any educational institute. High morals, energies and enthusiasm show the potential of a student. Other things follow automatically. Time management, priorities, leadership, and teamwork for definite purpose of engineering studies, drive us on the way towards success. This is of course common to any educational institute.

My best wishes to faculty members, staff and all students for their success and bright future!

 HOD, Department of Physics

 

V M Bhumannavar


Message


The Hirasugar Institute of Technology was started in the year 1996 by S.J.P.N. Trust Nidasoshi. The purpose of starting technical college is to give the technical education especially to the rural students. The department of physics has come into existence in the same year with the area of 200 sq.m which includes HOD's chamber and well equipped laboratory. The department has dedicated, self motivated faculty members and supporting staff. The department has been getting good academic results .The staff members ensures excellent academic performance of the students.

Engineering physics is the study of the combined disciplines of physics, engineering and mathematics in order to develop an understanding of the interrelationships of these three disciplines. Fundamental physics is combined with problem solving and engineering skills, which then has broad applications. Career paths for Engineering physics are usually (broadly) "engineering, applied science or applied physics through research, teaching or entrepreneurial engineering". This interdisciplinary knowledge is designed for the continuous innovation occurring with technology.

Unlike traditional engineering disciplines, engineering science/physics is not necessarily confined to a particular branch of science or physics. Instead, engineering science/physics is meant to provide a more thorough grounding in applied physics for a selected specialty such as optics, quantum physics, materials science, applied mechanics,nanotechnology, microfabrication, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, biophysics, control theory, aerodynamics, energy, solid-state physics , etc. It is the discipline devoted to creating and optimizing engineering solutions through enhanced understanding and integrated application of mathematical, scientific, statistical, and engineering principles. The discipline is also meant for cross-functionality and bridges the gap between theoretical science and practical engineering with emphasis in research and development, design, and analysis.

It can be concluded the opening section, “Science, by itself, provides no panacea for individual, social, and economic ills. . . . But without scientific progress no amount of achievement in other directions can insure our health, prosperity, and security as a nation in the modern world.”

This last remark is most important for it must be recognized that it is industry that produces products not science. Science enables industry, and for the most effective development of new technologies there must be a continual interaction between the scientist in the laboratory and engineers in industry to effectively and quickly reduce scientific discovery to practical applications.

HOD, Department of Chemistry


Dr. M S Hanagadakar

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The department of Engineering Chemistry has about 200 sqm of carpet area as stipulated by the AICTE norms. Spacious lab provides safe and comfortable working environment for students at a time with seating arrangement during instructions and demonstrations. Each working table is big enough to accommodate necessary glass wares and to carry out experiments. The staff members of the chemistry at HIT are well qualified and clearly understand the importance of laboratory work in the study of chemistry and committed to educate the students in lab skill. Learning about the lab procedures and performing experiments helps to learn techniques and reinforces text book concepts that students of engineering must master for application in career and daily life. The experiments prescribed by VTU have been optimized so that each and every student can conduct experiments independently. The staff members of chemistry are ready to support to the students in their projects of branch students on chemistry applications based. There is a good stock of chemicals, which is being replenished from time to time. The Department has library in addition to the Institute main library.

HOD, Department of Mathematics



J B Patil

Message


In this tech no-centered world,the need based & value based education can be very much associated with the students career. Our department has been striving hard to make Mathematics as the important one, with which Technical education could be made the complete one. Besides training the minds, pushing towards great heights, good conduct can be frequently emphasized so as to create basic need of the learning. We must stick to the principle i.e.''Simplicity,innovative,deeds & words are synonymous”.Providing the tools to make the students in applying the' clinical methods' of mathematics into the core subjects of engineering. All our faculty members are true to work i.e. work is worship, at the same time,quality must be taken cautiously in order to reach out to the student's level. Highlighting the mathematics immense significance,so that student's concentration & imagination can be automatically drawn towards the 'mathematics' as interesting as the basic sciences as well as core subjects of engineering. Research must have it's own depth and plays a vital role in the present academic field. We seriously brooded over research to delve in to the depths of mathematics. Our department since it is called applied science has created a system, which make it part & parcel of engineering field,providing basic concepts for pursuing higher studies in technical field.
 

Faculty Profiles

Engineering Physics Department

 

 

Shri. V. M. Bhumannavar

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

Assistant Professor and Head of the Department

 11.5 Years of Experience

vmbhumannavar.phy@hsit.ac.in

 +919448526988

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Smt. L. B. Kankanawadi

B.Sc., M.Sc.

Assistant Professor.

7 Years of Experience

lbkankanawadi.phy@hsit.ac.in

 +919538337427

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Engineering Chemistry Department

 
 

 

Dr. M. S. Hanagadakar

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

Associate Professor and Head of the Department

14.2 Years of Experience

mshanagadakar.chem@hsit.ac.in

 +919480222539

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Shri. Shashikant Walki

B.Sc., M.Sc.

Lecturer

2.9 Years of Experience

walkishashikant@gmail.com

 +918105787069

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Engineering Mathematics Department

 

 

 

Smt.  J. B. Patil

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

Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Applied Science and Humanities

21 Years of Experience

jbpatil.math@hsit.ac.in

+919449308355

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Shri.  S. L. Patil

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

Assistant Professor

6.11 Years of Experience

slpatil.math@hsit.ac.in

+918867664082

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Shri. Snehal. Thabaj

B.Sc., M.Sc.

Assistant Professor

6.5 Years of Experience

ssthabaj.math@hsit.ac.in

+919901398134

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Shri.  S. A. Patil

B.Sc., M.Sc.

Lecturer

6.8 Years of Experience

sapatil.math@hsit.ac.in

+919901398134

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Shri.  Sangamesh I. Shivamoggimath

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

Assistant Professor

3.9 Years of Experience

sangam3300@gmail.com

+918105149433

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Engineering English Department

  

 

Mrs. Y S Patil

B.A M.A

Assistant Teacher

18.3 Years of Experience

yogitaspatil.eng@hsit.ac.in

+919620945478

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Engineering Civil Department

  

 

Miss. Kavya s. Kallimani

B.E M.Tech

Assistant Professor

5.7 Years of Experience

kavyakallimani.civ@hsit.ac.in

+919902063609

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Staffs

Engineering Physics Department

 

 

Shri. G. B. Dodagoudar

B.Sc.

Instructor

bgdoddagoudar.phy@hsit.ac.in

+919740215368


  

Shri. S. M. Badakar

Helper

+919980330450


Engineering Chemistry Department 

  

Smt. S. S. Kankanwadi

B.Sc., M.Sc.

Senior Lab. Supervisor

sskankanwadi.chem@hsit.ac.in

+917829002144

 

 

Shri. R. G. Shivannavar

Helper

+919035517831


Sports Department 

  

Shri. S. B. Sarawadi

M.P.Ed.

Physical Education Director

sbsarawadipd.e@hsit.ac.in

+919739109383

Syllabus

 

Click on the below links  to download semester first year syllabus                                                                                   

  1. Physics Cycle Syllabus(2014 Scheme)
  2. Chemistry Cycle Syllabus(2014 Scheme)                                                                                                                                                      

 

 

 

 

 

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