Department of Applied Science and Humanities

Science & Humanities Department conducts teaching -learning process in different subjects like Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry, Engineering Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Advanced Physics, Advanced Mathematics, Communication Skills, as a part of curriculum of Government Polytechnic ,Pune to first year students of diploma engineering .

The department has well equipped laboratories in the following Courses:

  • Physics
  • Chemistry

Silent features:

  • Well-equipped laboratories.
  • Highly qualified, experienced, and dedicated faculty members.
  • Innovative teaching - learning process with continuous assessment of student's performance.

Departmental Staff:

  • Number Selection Grade Lecturer:01
  • Number of Senior grade Lecturer:01
  • Number of Lecturer:10
  • Number of non-teaching staff : 02

HOD'S Desk

Head of Department

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. Also many modules in Engineering require writing academic reports. Hence, a good fluency and grasp of English language is necessary.

Engineering requires applied science and Chemistry is the centre of science. Chemistry plays an important and useful role towards the development and growth of industries like Glass, Cement, Paper, Textile, Leather, Dye, Petroleum, Sugar, Plastic, Paints. Material Science has wide applications in all branches of Engineering and Technologies.

Physics is the major driving force behind the development of new technology and in turn new technologies allow engineers to push forwards the boundaries of knowledge. As well as studying Physics students will gain technical skills that are highly relevant to work that are going on in local industries.

Mathematics plays a fundamental role in engineering analysis and design. Mathematics helps Engineers achieve pure precision. Math's develops ability to think. It combines mathematical theory, practical engineering and scientific computing to address today's technological challenges.