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The Faculty of Science at AISECT University is committed to science, education and training both as a major disciplines of study and as a crucial part of a progressive and holistic education. For the purpose of pursuing careers, research and other technical endeavors in which a background in Science is a pre-requisite, the University provides well structured dedicated graduate and post graduate programs. Moving forward, the institute is now shifting its sights towards being a recognized centre for sustainable energy research by developing research facilities and initiating research activities at the national and international level.


  • Department OF Physical Science
  • Department OF Life Science
Department OF Physical Science
About – Department of Physical Science

Department of Physical Science has three main divisions-Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. The mission of the undergraduate program is to provide students with foundational knowledge in the discipline of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics from fundamental and practical approach. In Postgraduate programs, in advanced labs and lectures, students build an in-depth knowledge of the principles which enables them to participate in research and studies involving physics, earth science, metrology, biotechnology, nanotechnology, materials and environmental sciences and more. Through completion of advanced course work and rigorous skills training; the PhD program prepares students to make original contributions to the knowledge and, ability to conduct independent research with a special emphasis to the Applied Research. Advanced hi-tech infra and sophisticated & latest instruments offer not only interesting learning facilities but also cutting –edge research activities.

The aim of the Physics Division is to provide vibrant and interactive plat form to students for understanding the physical world through observational, theoretical and experimental methods and to exercise quantitative, qualitative and combined methodologies to address problems in the fields of science and technology. In pursuit of these goals, the Department facilities students with excellent learning environment in terms of experienced faculty, state of the art labs, research tools & equipment infrastructure and facilities in Physics. The Division coordinates objectives in research, teaching, and infrastructure.

Chemistry is about the nature of matter and the Chemistry Division is very well geared up to explain to the students the complex problems of the real world in chemical terms. The Chemistry Division has an excellent teaching –learning environment and labs to play a key role to enrich the students for the deeper understanding of Chemistry and apply them in real life scenario. The curriculum in Chemistry is so well designed that it gives basic concepts effectively, gen up with theoretical knowledge and provides hands on experience. There are compulsory skill courses, industrial visits, seminars and activities to provide holistic development and improve their employability.

Mathematics Division has very qualified and experienced teachers who are competent to make learning of mathematics simple, enjoyable and interesting. There is great demand for good Mathematician these days. Mathematics Division of AISECT University fulfils this demand with quality mathematicians.


Faculty


List of Faculties
Sr. No. Name Designation Expertise
1 Dr. Suryanshu Choudhary
M.Sc, M. Tech, PhD
Head & Associate Professor Research Area- Plasma Physics 3 International Research Publications.
2 Dr. Sudeshna Ray
M.Sc, PhD
Associate Professor Research Area- Luminescence 9 Research Publications 2 Research Projects one Patent.
3 Dr. Chitra Singh
PhD
Associate Professor Research Area- Fixed Point Theorem 2 Research Publications.
4 Ms. Jyoti Rawat
M.Sc Chemistry
Research Area- Organic Chemistry
5 Mr. Ranjit Puse
M.Sc Chemistry
Assistant Professor Research Area- Physical Chemistry
6 Mr. Varun Khade
M.Sc Physics
Assistant Professor Research Area- Condensed Matter Physics
7 Dr. Neetu Paliwal
M.Sc PhD
Associate Professor . 5 Research Publications
8 Dr. Sheetal Gulati
M.Sc PhD
Associate Professor . 5 Research Publications
9 Ms. Bharti Saxena
M.Sc
Assistant Professor 2 Research Publication
10 Mr. Sunil Shrivastava
M.Sc
Assistant Professor


   Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Dr.Suryanshu Choudhary Chairman
2 Dr. Chitra Singh Member
3 Mr. Ranjit Puse Member
4 Mr. Varun Khade Member
5 Ms. Jyoti Rawat Member
6 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Prof Santosh Jain External Member
2 Dr.Ramakant Bhardwaj External Member
3 Dr. Anand Moorti External Member
4 Dr. Sfoorti Varma External Member




Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Science Undergraduate Courses Bachelor of Science B.Sc 3 years 10 + 2 (PCM)

Programme Outcomes BSC(PCM)

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome

After the completion of the B.Sc degree there are various options available for the science students, they can go for master degree in Science i.e. M.Sc, go in a research area and can even look for professional job oriented courses. Often, in some reputed universities or colleges in India and abroad the students are recruited directly by big MNC's after their completion of the course.

Programme Specific Outcomes

Bachelor of Science in PCM is 3 years regular degree program, emphasizes on making the students understand the structural and functional basis of the universe.. This course forms the basis of science and comprises of the subjects like physics, chemistry and mathematics. The program leads the students to higher learning in physical, mathematical and chemical sciences and contribute to the welfare of the society. It is designed to help the students to understand the importance of chemicals, chemical industries and the role of these in improving the quality of human life. It also helps the students to recognize and appreciate the contribution of great scientists in the field of physics, chemistry and mathematics. After the completion of the B.Sc PCM degree there are various options available for the science students, they can go for master degree in Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics , go in a research area and can even look for professional job oriented courses. Often, in some reputed universities or colleges in India and abroad the students are recruited directly by big MNC's after their completion of the course.


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Science PostGraduate Courses Master of Science M.Sc. (Physics) 2 years B.Sc. (PCM)

Knowledge Outcomes

Skill Otcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Knowledge Outcomes

Post Graduates in Physics program should possess fundamental knowledge of physics, including basic concepts and principles in

  1. Classical mechanics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics and thermodynamics;
  2. Mathematical (analytic and numerical) methods and experimental methods for physics.
  3. Students should be able to transfer and apply the acquired concepts and principles to study different branches of physics.

Skills Outcomes

Post Graduates in Physics program should have acquired the following professional skills to deal with representative physics problems and situations at the undergraduate and post graduation level

  1. Identifying the key factors and applying appropriate principles and assumptions in the Formulation of Physics problems
  2. Applying appropriate analytical and approximation methods to solve physics hypothesis.
  3. Applying general experimental and measurement skills with prescribed procedures.
  4. Analyzing experimental data and their level of uncertainty, relating the experimental results with theoretical expectations
  5. Applying appropriate scientific programming skills to demonstrate the results.
  6. Preparing a literature and project report for research and innovations.

M.Sc Physics Programmes Specific Outcomes

Completion of Post Graduation in Physics provides ample career openings both in public as well as private sector enterprises. They can apply for all government jobs that insight graduation and post graduation as the basic qualification. Most promising government institutes like Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Physics Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, Shah Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkota and Nuclear Science Centre, New delhi. There are many opportunities available for M.Sc physics in technical field like as a Observations Scientist, Assistant Scientist, Quality control Manager, Laboratory technician, School Science Technician or Research Analyst in any government or private institutions. The Following list shows some of the employment areas for Physics graduates & post graduates:
Main Employment Areas:

  1. Research Institutes
  2. Laboratories and Institutes.
  3. Educational Institutes.
  4. Agricultural Research services
  5. Hospitals
  6. Power Generating Companies
  7. Aviation Industry
  8. Construction Firms
  9. Demolition Squads
  10. Protechnics Manufactures


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Science Post Graduation Master of Science M.Sc. (Chemistry) 2 years B.Sc. (PCM)

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme outcomes (M.Sc. Chemistry):

M.Sc. Chemistry is designed to prepare Post Graduates to attain the following program outcomes:

  1. Students should have an advanced level understanding of at least three of the following areas of chemistry - Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical Chemistry.
  2. An ability to think broadens their professional foundations through activities such as teaching, internships, and fellowships.
  3. An ability to to communicate scientific results in writing and in oral presentation.
  4. Students should become proficient in their specialized area of chemistry and successfully complete an advanced research project.
  5. An ability to acquire the basic tools needed to carry out independent chemical research.
  6. Ability to a graduate with a Master's degree in Chemistry has in-depth and detailed functional knowledge of the fundamental theoretical concepts and experimental methods of chemistry.
  7. The graduate has obtained insight into the interface between, on the one hand, the history of chemistry and natural science and, on the other hand, issues pertaining to the areas of modern technology, health, and environment.
  8. Skilled in examining specific phenomena theoretically and/or experimentally, the graduate is able to contribute to the generation of new scientific insights or to the innovation of new applications of chemical research.
  9. The graduate has specific skills in planning and conducting advanced chemical experiments and applying structural-chemical characterization techniques.
Program Specific Outcomes (M.Sc. Chemistry):
  1. Apply knowledge of a graduate with a Master's degree in Chemistry has in-depth and detailed functional knowledge of the fundamental theoretical concepts and experimental methods of chemistry .
  2. An ability of depth knowledge of the topics of the research conducted by the researchers at the Department of Chemistry.
  3. An ability to work obtained insight into the interface between, on the one hand, the history of chemistry and natural science.
  4. An ability to analyze impacts of Specify, design and develop concurrent and parallel programs.
  5. An understanding of the graduate has expert knowledge of a well-defined area of research within chemistry
  6. Work upon unfamiliar problems through investigative studies and researchand contribute to the development of technological knowledge and intellectual properties in chemical sciences.
  7. Use the techniques, skills, and modern chemical tools/software's in examining specific phenomena theoretically and/or experimentally.
  8. An ability to use apply innovation of new applications of chemical research, pertaining to the areas of new researches, chemical hazards, health issues, medical, drugs, and environment.
  9. An ability to know how to critically evaluate data collected to determine the identity, purity, and percent yield of products and to summarize findings in writing in a clear and concise manner

Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Science Post Graduation Master of Science M.Sc. (Mathematics) 2 years Graduate with Maths

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme outcomes (M. Sc Mathematics):

A master's degree is a postgraduate degree for students who want to become more skilled or specialized in a particular discipline. While bachelor's and other undergraduate degrees typically give a relatively broad overview of a particular area of study, master's degrees tend to be more focused and allow students to develop the depth of their knowledge in a particular subject, putting them on the right course to become leaders in their fields. The answer to the question of what is an MSc in Mathematics lies in understanding how different types of math are categorized. Instead of focusing on a particular type of math such as algebra or calculus, a postgraduate degree in general mathematics allows students to concentrate on number theory and advanced mathematical methods that tie together all the different forms of mathematics they have likely already learned. This degree tends to have a heavy focus on analysis and theory rather than practical uses of math, but most schools also require several application courses for completion.

Program Specific Outcomes M.Sc (Mathematics):
  1. A graduate with a Master's degree in Mathematics has knowledge of advanced models and methods of mathematics, including some from the research frontier of the field, and expert knowledge of a well-defined field of study, based on the highest international level of research in mathematics.
  2. The graduate has specific skills in independently comprehending, analyzing, modeling, and solving given problems at a high level of abstraction based on logical and structured reasoning.
  3. The graduate is able to use computer calculations as a tool to carry out scientific investigations and develop new variants of the acquired methods, if required by the problem at hand.



Academic Calendar - 2017 (Dept of Physical Science )Odd Sem
S.No. Activity Date
1 Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 1st, 3rd, 5th Sem 24 July 2017
2 Commencement of classes 3rd, 5th Sem 25 July 2017
3 MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment 10 Aug. 2017
4 Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit 2) 28-30 Aug. 2017
5 Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance 04 Sept. 2017
6 MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment 18 Sept. 2017
7 MST-II, (Test) (Unit 4) 03-05 Oct. 2017
8 Display of MST II Result & Attendance 09 Oct. 2017
9 Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees 20 Oct. to 15 Nov. 2017
10 Minor (All Units ) 20-25 Nov. 2017
11 Display of Result of Minor 28 Nov. 2017
12 Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees 16-23 Nov. 2017
13 Preparation Leave To be notified later
14 Major Semester Final Examination Theory & Practical 04-30 Dec. 2017
15 Semester Vacation 01-20 Jan. 2018
16 Commencement of new semester 22 Jan. 2018

All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.
Note: - 1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 14 July 2017. 2. Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 14 July 2017. Academic Calendar 2018 for Non-Technical Courses

Academic Calendar - 2018(Dept of Physical Science)Even Sem
S.No. Activity Date
1 Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem 22 Jan. 2018
2 Commencement of classes (Attendance Compulsory) 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem 23 Jan. 2018
3 MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment 07 Feb. 2018
4 Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit- 2) * 27 Feb. 2018
5 Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance 04 March 2018
6 MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment 22 March 2018
7 MST-II, (Test) (Unit- 4) * 19-21 April 2018
8 Display of MST II 24 April 2018
9 Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees 20 April to 15 May 2018
10 Minor (Equivalent of PUT) (All Units) 21-25 May 2018
11 Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees 16-23 May 2018
12 Display of Result of Minor 28 May 2018
13 Preparation Leave To be notified later
14 Major Final Semester Theory & Practical Exam 30 May to 25 June 2018
15 Semester Vacation 26 June to 10 July 2018
16 Commencement of new semester 11 July 2018

All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.
Note: - 1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 17 Jan. 2018. 2. Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 17 Jan. 2018.


Laboratories

Software Lab
General Physics Laboratory
Electronics Laboratory
Optics Laboratory
Chemistry Laboratory

Department OF Life Science
About – Department of LIFE Science

Life Science deals with the field of science that involves the scientific study of living organisations such as micro organism, plants, animals. So subject like biology, botany, microbiology and agriculture etc fall within its scope. The life science Department of AISECT University currently offers undergraduate courses on Biology and Agriculture. In near future the department plans to offer courses on biotechnology, microbiology and zoology also. Biology section is very well established in the Department and provides study of life and living organisms including their physical and characterization structure, function, development and evolution. Cell biology, Human biology Molecular Biology and Biochemistry are within the scope. Actually Biology provides study of life at many scales from cell to organisms to entire eco system. Biology has vast area of engagement and occupation. It has wide open field for research. 2017 Nobel Prize for medicine has been awarded to biologist for discovery of how our circadian rhythms are controlled. The Department operates another very popular section- Agriculture. It offers undergraduate programme leading to B.Sc (Agriculture). With the entry of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and many MNC’s fraying in to Agriculture sector with Agro product business the need for professional expertise in agriculture and agro product has become very important. Agriculture Education has therefore taken the center stage. The need for formally educated and trained agriculture professionals has gone many folds. The Agriculture Division in Life Science Department has been set up to cater to the growing demand of Agriculture Professionals. The Division has expert and experienced faculty, modern labs and equipment to train students, on various aspects of agriculture including, soil analysis, crop technology, agro processing techniques, manures, pesticides, water management, green house, dairy farming, fishery, horticulture, farm eqpt infrastructure and marketing etc. A student after a agriculture degree becomes competent to joint any agriculture sector and improve productivity many fold.

The aim of the Physics Division is to provide vibrant and interactive plat form to students for understanding the physical world through observational, theoretical and experimental methods and to exercise quantitative, qualitative and combined methodologies to address problems in the fields of science and technology. In pursuit of these goals, the Department facilities students with excellent learning environment in terms of experienced faculty, state of the art labs, research tools & equipment infrastructure and facilities in Physics. The Division coordinates objectives in research, teaching, and infrastructure.

Chemistry is about the nature of matter and the Chemistry Division is very well geared up to explain to the students the complex problems of the real world in chemical terms. The Chemistry Division has an excellent teaching –learning environment and labs to play a key role to enrich the students for the deeper understanding of Chemistry and apply them in real life scenario. The curriculum in Chemistry is so well designed that it gives basic concepts effectively, gen up with theoretical knowledge and provides hands on experience. There are compulsory skill courses, industrial visits, seminars and activities to provide holistic development and improve their employability.

Mathematics Division has very qualified and experienced teachers who are competent to make learning of mathematics simple, enjoyable and interesting. There is great demand for good Mathematician these days. Mathematics Division of AISECT University fulfils this demand with quality mathematicians.



Faculty


List of Faculties
Name of The Faculty Designation Expertise
1 Dr. Pragya Shrivastava
M.Sc, PhD
HoD & Professor
2 Dr. Ashi Dixit
M.Sc, PhD
Associate Professor
3 Dr.Jaya Sharma
M.Sc,PhD
Associate Professor
4 Dr. Suchi Modi
Ph D
Assistant Professor
5 Mrs. Madhu Mishra
M.Sc
Assistant Professor
6 Mr. M.E. Khan
M.Sc
Associate Professorr
7 Mr.Neeraj Kumar Gupta Asst. Professor
8 Dr. Satya Kumari Sharma
PhD
Asst. Professor
9 Mrs. Pooja Murlidharan Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Naresh Dhakad Assistant Professor
11 Mr. Rohit Kumar Gupta Assistant Professor
12 Mr. Munesh Kumar Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Vikas Singh Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Neetu Singh Assistant Professor
15 Miss Sajiya Khan Assistant Professor
16 Mr. Mahesh Kumar Assistant Professor



Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Pragya Shrivastava Chairman
2 Dr. Mritunjay Tripathi Member
3 Dr. Satyakumari Sharma Member
4 Dr. Preeti Shrivastava (Assistant Professor)
5 Dr. Suchi Modi Member
6 Dr. R.K. Garg Member
7 Dr. C.S. Pandey Member
8 Dr. Anand Pandey Member
8 Mr. M.E. Khan Member
9 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Rajeev Agarwal External Member



Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Commerce Undergraduate Courses Bachelor of Science B.Sc(Biology) 3 years 10 + 2 (PCB)

Programme outcomes (B.Sc BIO)

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome
  1. Think critically in terms of their learning and research.
  2. Evaluate critically the published literature.
  3. Assess and implement the practical techniques necessary to solve a particular biological problem.
  4. Analyze and quantify data collected during a research project.
  5. Communicate with expert and non-expert audiences through poster displays, seminar presentations, project reports and essays.
Programme Specific Outcomes

The learning outcomes that direct the teaching of the department's degrees and which we expect our graduates to have acquired are:

  1. Competence in basic sciences.
  2. Competence in the content of the specific courses that constitute the principal knowledge of their degree.
  3. Qualitative analysis and interpretation of biological data.
  4. Quantitative analysis of biological data.
  5. Synthesis of information from the biological literature, and communication of it effectively in writing.

Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Science Undergraduate Programmes Bachelor of Science B.Sc. (Agriculture) 3 years 10 + 2 (PCM/PCB/AG)

Programme outcomes B.Sc. (Ag.)

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome

Agriculture programmes are designed to prepare graduates to attain the following outcomes:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of different streams of agriculture like agronomy, entomology, plant breeding, plant pathology, soil science etc. in practice.
  2. An ability to identify, critically analyzes, formulate and solve Agriculture economics and marketing problems.
  3. An ability to design a system and process to meet desired needs of food and nutrition with the knowledge of protected cultivation and Post Harvest Technology.
  4. An ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions.
  5. An ability to understand the practical problems faced by farmers and to find a proper solution for it.
  6. An ability to be competent professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude.
  7. To produce well informed socially responsible global citizen with sharp critical thinking skills having sound awareness about Government policies and programmes related to Agriculture (Extension &Economics).
  8. An ability to devise communication and Extension methodologies for transfer of Agricultural Technologies.

Program Specific Outcomes B.Sc. (Ag.):
  1. An understanding of various modes of reproductive mechanism in flowering plants.
  2. Determination of various modes of pollination to be utilized for crop improvement.
  3. An ability to apply knowledge of various plant breeding methods in the crop improvement.
  4. An ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and tools necessary for plant hybridization.
  5. An ability to handle different types of segregating generations in plant population
  6. An ability to identify male sterile and self incompatible lines of different plant breeding population.
  7. An understanding of different wide hybridization methods in crop improvement.
  8. An ability to practically apply various techniques of selfing, emasculation and crossing in different crops of economic use.



Academic Calendar - 2017 Dept of Life Science Odd Sem

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 1st, 3rd, 5th Sem

24 July 2017

2

Commencement of classes  3rd, 5th Sem

25 July 2017

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

10 Aug. 2017

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit 2)

28-30 Aug. 2017

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 Sept. 2017

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

18 Sept. 2017

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit 4)

03-05 Oct. 2017

8

Display of MST II Result & Attendance

09 Oct. 2017

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

20 Oct. to 15 Nov. 2017

10

Minor (All Units )

20-25 Nov. 2017

11

Display of Result of Minor

28 Nov. 2017

12

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

16-23 Nov. 2017

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Semester Final Examination Theory & Practical

04-30 Dec. 2017

15

Semester Vacation

01-20 Jan. 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

22 Jan. 2018

All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.
Note: - 1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 14 July 2017. 2. Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 14 July 2017. Academic Calendar 2018 for Non-Technical Courses

Academic Calendar - 2018 Dept of Life Science Even Sem

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem

22 Jan. 2018

2

Commencement of classes (Attendance Compulsory) 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem

23 Jan. 2018

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

07 Feb. 2018

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit 2)

27 Feb. 2018

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 March 2018

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

22 March 2018

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit 4)

19-21 April 2018

8

Display of MST II Result & Attendance

20 April to 15 May 2018

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

24 April 2018

10

Minor (All Units )

21-25 May 2018

11

Display of Result of Minor

16-23 May 2018

12

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

28 May 2018

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Semester Final Examination Theory & Practical

30 May to 25 June 2018

15

Semester Vacation

26 June to 10 July 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

11 July 2018

All the two MST’s (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA’s will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.
Note: - 1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Calendar of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 17 Jan. 2018. 2. Deans/department will notify separately a Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 17 Jan. 2018.


Research

Activities in Agriculture Research Complex -2017
Manure Experiments
Pesticide Control Experiments
Organic farming
Soil analysis & modification
Crop upgradation
Production Enhancements

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