Krishna Engineering College

Affiliated to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

(College Code - 161)

Department of Applied Science






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About Us

AIM:
The department of Applied Sciences aims to provide a strong foundation in the fundamental sciences subjects of Engineering Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Environment Ecology and Professional Communication. Students of engineering are provided with the basic tools of analysis as well as the knowledge of the principles on which engineering is based.

SCOPE:
Department of Applied Sciences is one of the indispensable departments of the Institute. It imparts excellent quality education in the area of Applied Sciences (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry) and English & Professional Communication skills for the future technocrats of all streams. The department also strives to instill the scientific temper and the spirit of enquiry in students. It encourages the students to understand and therefore apply the physical laws to the development of their fields of study. The Department has well equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Professional Communication Skills.
The department provides the students with a number of opportunities to develop their overall personality by participating in various cultural and co-curricular activities held throughout the year .The faculty members of the department take very active part in organizing these activities. The department can boast of its highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty.

VISION:
Applied Sciences Department envisions as an academic workforce developer for the Technical Education Excellency. We instill high levels of discipline in students and strive to set global standards, making our students technologically superior and ethically strong, who in turn shall contribute to the advancement of society and mankind.

MISSION:
The mission of the Applied Sciences Department is to achieve, sustain and foster unmatched excellence in technical education. We pursue continuous development of infrastructure and enhance state-of-the art facilities to provide our students a technologically up-to-date and intellectually inspiring environment of learning and ensure high quality content by qualified faculty members who set the marks of excellence in their every endeavour.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE:

  1. Knowledge Acquisition: To understand the applications of Mathematics and Sciences in Engineering Technology and to train all the students for modern Engineering Applications.
  2. Innovative Skills: To enable our graduates in the professional practice of Engineering and to make them able to identify, formulate and implement applied knowledge in their technical innovations.
  3. Social Contribution: To motivate the students for social contribution and teach them professional ethics and moral responsibilities.


DEPARTMENT / STUDENT’S ACHIEVEMENTS:

--> During Academic Session 2017-18, Ms. Barnini Goswami scored 94.44% aggregate marks, 14 other students scored more than 90% marks, 106 students scored more than 80% aggregate marks and a record number of 188 students scored more than 75% marks.

--> During Academic Session 2016-17, Mr. Kamal Papnai scored 95.67% aggregate marks and achieved fifth position in AKTU, seven other students scored more than 90% marks, 90 students scored more than 80% aggregate marks and 154 students scored more than 75% marks.

--> During the Academic Session 2015-16, 42 students scored more than 80% aggregate marks and one student scored 92.3 % aggregate marks, prospective university topper.

--> The department has produced university toppers during the academic sessions 2010-11 (Ms. Mona Kesari), 2011-12 (Ms. Purvi Goel).



HOD's Message




Dr. Rashid Ali

Ph.D in Mathematics

"Krishna Engineering College, Ghaziabad is a centre of erudition where we nurture young talents in different fields of Engineering. Our major emphasis of imparting technical training to encourage curiosity and innovativeness among our students and lay a foundation from where they can acquire quick learning ability and adaptively with the fast changing needs of the industry. Our faculty members are experts in the areas they teach. Not only do they provide a solid grounding in the academic theories and concepts of their specialty, they also provide the students challenges facing their discipline. They provide the students the right balance of theory and practice. We emphasize team work to give opportunity to each student to benefit from the ideas and intelligence of their classmates. We continue to strive to meet our mission to mould youth into world-class technocrats of tomorrow who would endeavor to increase the quality of life for human kind. I am confident that our students would be asset to your organization through their technical and managerial capabilities. My aim is to actively assist you in attracting and identifying the individuals best suited to your needs and developing a successful recruitment relationship."



Faculty Page



Name Of Faculty

Designation

Qualification

Dr. Rashid Ali

Professor & HOD

Ph.D

Dr. Manisha Pachauri

Associate Professor

Ph.D

Dr. Arpita Gupta

Associate Professor

Ph.D

Dr. Rakesh Arora

Associate Professor

Ph.D

Mr. Ashish Mishra

Assistant Professor

M.Tech, Ph.D*

Ms. Shubhra Aggarwal

Assistant Professor

M.Tech, Ph.D*

Dr. Lalit Kumar Gupta

Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Ms. Shalini Malik

Assistant Professor

M.Sc., Ph.D*

Dr. Priyanka Rai

Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Dr. Ganesh Kumar Thakur

Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Dr. Ram Bharat Singh

Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Mr. Dushyant Kumar Rana

Assistant Professor

M.Phil, Ph.D*

Mr. Sanjay Kumar

Assistant Professor

M.Phil

Mr. Sandeep Kumar

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Dr. Sajid Ali

Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Mr. Arun Vashishtha

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Dr. Reetuka Raj

Assistant Professor

M.Phil, Ph.D*

Ms. Bandana

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Mr. Sachendra

Assistant Professor

M.Tech, Ph.D*

Mr. Devesh Tripathi

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Ms. Purnima Pandey

Assistant Professor

M.Phil

Mr. Manish Singhal

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Mr. Vivek Gupta

Assistant Professor

M.Phil

Dr. Kavita Tiwari

Associate Professor

Ph.D

Mr. Hari Mohan Rai

Assistant Professor

M.Tech, Ph.D*

Mr. Anurag Kumar

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Dr. Anchala

Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Ms. Neha Tyagi

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Mr. Divyanshu Pandit

Assistant Professor

M.Sc.

Ms. Bhawana Rathi

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Mr. Prashant Malik

Assistant Professor

 

Ms. Nisha Verma

Assistant Professor

 

Ms. Shilpi Rana

Assistant Professor

 


Research and Development



Prof. (Dr.) Rashid Ali

Subject – Applied Mathematics

Research Areas -

Fluid Mechanics, Wavelet Theory, Simulation & Modeling, Mathematical Modeling.

Thesis Supervision

  • A thesis is awarded on the topic “Analytical Study of Some Recent Techniques in Solid Mechanics” (2008) form GKV Haridwar.
  • Second thesis is awarded on the topic “Wavelet and their Applications in Numerical Approximations and Image Compression” (2011) from UPTU.
  • Third thesis is awarded on the topic “Analytical Study of Recent Techniques in Boundary Value Problems in Elasticity” (2013) from UPTU.
  • Fourth student is doing on “Mathematical Modeling of Blood Flow Problems in Cardiovascular System” from G.K.V. Hardwar.
  • Fifth student is doing on “Mathematical Modeling for Some Service Organisations” from AKTU, Lucknow.
  • Sixth student is doing on “Development And Analysis of Identity Based Signcryption Schemes Based on Algebric Number Theory” from AKTU, Lucknow
  • Seventh student is doing on “Developing Inventory Model For Deteriorating Items In Green Supply Chain” from AKTU Lucknow.
  • Eighth student is doing on “Simulation and modeling from AKTU.

 

Research paper published-National & International

  • Rashid Ali & M.M. Ali, “Two Unequal Cracks with Coalesced Plastic Zones-The Generalised Dugdale Model Approach”. Mechanics of Materials 32 (2000) 37-42, Netherlands.
  • Rashid Ali, M.M. Ali & G. N. Parrey, “A Punch Problem for Initially Stressed Neo-Hookean Solids.”Defence Science Journal,Vol.,51,No.-1, 2001, 93-99, India.
  • Rashid Ali & M.M. Ali, “Stresses in an Infinite Elastic Plate Having a Hole in the form of Pascal’s Limacon Under Uniform Pressure.” Bulletin of Pure And Applied Sciences, 2001, Delhi, India.
  • Rashid Ali, M.M. Ali & G. N. Parrey, “Stress Distribution in a thin Isotropic Infinite Elastic Plate Having an Epitrochoidal Hole Under Uniform Pressure.” Proceeding, International Conference on Mathematical Modeling, TMH, 2001, U.O.R., Roorkee, India.
  • Rashid Ali, M. P. Singh & Parul Rani, “Stresses in a Thin Isotropic Elastic Infinite Plate with an Epitrochoidal Hole”, Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics, 13(1) 2003, 31-38, Allahabad.
  • Rashid Ali, M. P. Singh & Parul Rani, “Analysis of Stress Intensity Factor for an Epitrochoidal Disc Under Two Concentric Forces, Bulletin of Pure and Applied Science, 20E (2) (2004), p: 239-246 Delhi, India.
  • Rashid Ali, Anuj Bhardwaj & Bani Singh, “A Wavelet Method for Solving Singular Integral Equation of MHD”, Applied Mathematics & Computation, 214 (2009) 271.279 Elsevier Science,  Netherland.
  • Rashid Ali, Anuj Bhardwaj & Bani Singh, “A Composite Technique to Solve Fredholm Integral Equation of Second Kind”, Journal of Wavelet Theory and Application,Vol.4,No.1,pp 9-19,2010.Delhi.
  • Rashid Ali & Anuj Bhardwaj, “Image Compression Using Modified Fast Haar Wavelet Transform”, Word Applied Sciences Journal 7(5): 647-653, 2009. IDOSI Publiacations, 2009.
  • Rashid Ali, Anuj Bhardwaj & Bani Singh,”Wavelet Optimized Adaptive Mesh for MHD Flow Problem”, Applied Mathematics, Scientific Research Inc.,Vol.3, No.2, pp. 127-134, 2012, USA.
  • Rashid Ali, Ramindar Kaur, V. K. Katiyar & M. P. Singh, “Mathematical Modelling of Blood Flow Through Vertebral Artery with Stenoses”, Indian Journal of Biomechanics; Special Issue (NCBM 7-8 March 2009) India.
  • Rashid Ali, Ramindar Kaur, V. K. Katiyar & M. P. Singh, “Mathematical Modeling for the Flow of Blood Cells in Capillaries”, Advances in Applied Mathematical Biosciences, Volume 1, No. 1(2010), pp. 19-28, International Research Publication House.
  • Rashid Ali,V. K. Singh & A. K. Singh, “A Crack Problem for Initially Stressed Neo-Hookean Solids” ,International Journal of Computational Science and Mathematics, Volume 2, No. 1 (2010), pp.237-245, International Research Publication House.
  • Rashid Ali, V. K. Singh & A. K. Singh, “Conical Punch Problem for Initially Stressed Neo-Hookean Solids”, International Journal of Computing & Mathematical Applications, Vol.4, No.2, pp. 117-127, 2010.  
  • Rashid Ali, Monika Gupta, M. P. Singh & V. K. Katiyar, “Analytical Study for the Flow of Blood Cell in Capillaries with Stenosis”, International Journal of Mathematics, Shekhar (New Series), Vol. III, Issue I, pp. 11-20, 2011.
  • Rashid Ali, Wavelet Optimized Adaptive Mesh for MHD Flow Problems, Applied Mathematics (Scientific Research), Volume-3, Page No.-127-134, 2012.
  • Rashid Ali, V. K. Singh & A. K. Singh, “ An Infinite Plate Weakened By A Circular Hole”, International Journal of Engineering Science Invention, Vol.-2, Issue-2, pp. 32-39, 2013.
  • Rashid Ali, Mathematical Modeling of Unsteady Flow Through A Tube with Time Dependent Stenosis in Hemodynamics, Advances in Applied Mathematical Biosciences, Volume-5, Issue-2, Page No.-103-113, 2014, ISSN : 2248-9983.
  • Rashid Ali, An ID Based Threshold Signcryption Scheme with Threshold Unsigncryption, “International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering” ISSN : 2277 128X, Vol. 5, Issue 6, June 2015.

  • Rashid Ali, Mathematical Study of Blood Flow in an Elastic Tube with Wall Deformation,“Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics, Allahabad, India”  ISSN:0972-0960, May 11, 2015.

  • Rashid Ali, “Public Verifiable identity based multi proxy multi-signcryption scheme from bilinear pairings.” “International journal of computer application (ISSN No-0975-8887), Vol-137 No.-10, 2016.

  • Rashid Ali, Tej Singh, Musharraf Ali, An Efficient Identity based Multi-Proxy Multi-Signcryption Scheme from Bilinear Pairings, International Journal of Computer application (0972-8887), Volume 151, No.-6 October 2016.

  • Rashid Ali, Prachi Jain, A case study of take away restaurant using simulation modeling approach, Journal of Service science Research, volume-8, Issue-2, PP 207-221December 2016.

  • Conference Attended In India-

    • Participated in U.G.C. Zonal Workshop for Northern Region on Industrial Mathematics held at Hamdard University, New Delhi from Feb. 23-27, 1999.
    • Presented paper entitled “Stress Distribution in a thin isotropic infinite elastic plate an Epitrochoidal hole under uniform pressure” in International Conference on Mathematics Modeling, University of Roorkee, Roorkee, 29-31 Jan., 2001.
    • Presented paper entitled “An Isotropic elastic Plate in the form of Epitrochoidal Disc Under Concentrated Forces” in Fifth Conference of the International Academy of Physical Sciences, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, April 07-09, 2002.
    • Presented paper entitled “Analysis of Stress Intensity Factor for an Epitrochoidal Disc under Two Concentrated Forces” in National Seminar on History of Mathematical Sciences and Applicable Mathematics, Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Hardwar, March 07-09, 2003.
    • Presented a research paper in 19th annual conference of Ramanujan Mathematical Society, hosted by Institute of Basic Sciences, Agra on July 21-24, 2004.
    • Presented a research paper in International conference on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, organized by Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi on Dec. 04-06, 2004.
    • Presented a research paper in eighth conference of International Academy of

    Physical Sciences, organized by C.C.S.Univ. Meerut   Dec. 29-31, 2005.    Presented a research paper entitled “Mathematical Modelling of Blood Flow     Through Vertebral Artery with Stenosis” in National Conference on             Biomechanics, I.I.T. Roorkee, March 07-08, 2009.

     

Labs


The department has three laboratories. All the labs are equipped with state-of- the-art lab apparatus / equipments enriching the students with inclusive practical knowledge. Two Faculty Members and one Lab Instructor remain available in each lab during the whole duration of practicals for helping the students with their doubts.


S.No. Lab Name Faculty Incharge Lab Place
1 Engineering Physics Lab Mr. Vivek Gupta AB-III, Room No. 501
2 Engineering Chemistry Lab Dr. Reetuka Raj AB-I, Room No. G-6
3 Professional Communication Lab Ms. Purnima Pandey AB-III, Room No. 403

Winter/Summer Schools


Summer and Winter Schools are held for the students twice in a year during summer and winter vacations every year in all the subjects of Applied Sciences and Engineering, namely Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Spoken English, Computer Programming, Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Aided Engineering Graphics. A large number of students participate in these certification courses, for which certificates are issued by the Director.



Skill Development


Extra Classes for Communication Skills:


Extra classes are held by the faculty members of Applied Sciences Department for the enhancement of communication skills of the students. Mainly the students from UP Board and rural back ground who are weak and hesitant in communicating in English language are immensely benefitted by these classes and become confident in conversing in English.



Foundation / Bridge Course:


Foundation course is held for the newly admitted students in the Subjects of Mathematics, Physics, English and Computer Programming during the month of July every year to bridge the gap between school and college studies. This course enables the students to revise their school syllabi so that they are able to grasp the contents of B. Tech. syllabus without much difficulty.