The aim of the F.E. course is to provide the students with a strong platform and make them competent individuals for higher semesters. This course comes under the Department of Humanities and Sciences and is common to all the branches of engineering. The department focuses on effective functioning of the academics and also the overall development of FE students, with the focus on building the communication skills and the aptitude with the perspective of engineering graduate.

Dr. Vivek Mishra
F. E. In-charge & Asst. Professor

Department Vision

“The department of Humanities and Sciences shall strive to provide powerful educational effectiveness by linking facts, theory, inquiry, discovery and solutions to real world problems thereby providing a sound foundation to the undergraduate students.”

Department Mission

To endeavour to provide a strong base in Engineering and Technology, where students, faculty and staff work collaboratively to expand knowledge in the basic disciplines of providing a foundation that is appropriate to their career goals, equipping well with knowledge and skills that will allow them to function as responsible and contributing members of society.

Programme Educational Objectives

To provide students with a strong foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to identify, analyze and solve real life problems and to prepare them for graduate studies in their specific domain.
To prepare students for successful career in Indian and multinational organizations, by assessing current and emerging technologies.
To develop the ability amongst students to synthesize data and technical concepts from applications to product design.
To encourage students to identify and bridge gaps between the curriculum and industry requirements.
To provide opportunities for students to collaborate and work in teams on multidisciplinary projects for accomplishing common goals.
To motivate and prepare students for higher studies and specializations.
To develop excellent written and oral communication skills, including presentation skills and technical writing for effectively interacting with clients, customers, co-workers and managers.
To promote awareness amongst students for life-long learning and to inculcate in them professional and ethical attitude, good leadership qualities and commitment to social responsibilities.

Programme Outcomes

Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics (differential equations, vector calculus, complex variables, matrix theory, probability theory), science (physics, chemistry, EVS etc.), and engineering (electrical, electronics, mechanical etc.)
Ability to design and perform experiments as well as analyze and interpret data.
Ability to design, simulate and test a system to meet desired specification.
Ability to apply the knowledge of current techniques, concepts, skills, and modern tools for the solution of engineering problems.
Ability to function in teams on multidisciplinary projects.
Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form.
Ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global/societal context.
Ability to recognize the need for and ability to engage in lifelong learning and understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities.
Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
Ability to participate and succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, GRE etc. and also other professional examinations at various levels.

Programme Specific Objectives

PSO1 PSO 1 Develop the ability to understand, demonstrate, identify, analyze and apply the skills and knowledge gained from foundational courses of humanities, sciences and engineering, and relate these fundamentals with core subjects in the relevant field.
PSO2 PSO 2 Understanding basic skills and principles of engineering by developing and engaging them in life-long learning with effective skills inculcating quality of reasoning, logic, analysis and communication.
PSO3 PSO 3 Cultivate the ability to work in teams and learn by participating in Technical Events and Social Welfare Programs and develop the attitude for working productively as an individual and in cross- disciplinary teams to become better citizens in multicultural world.

Major Subjects

Foundation of Humanities & Sciences: Foundation of Engineering
Applied Physics – I & II Engineering Mechanics
Applied Chemistry –I & II Basic of Electrical Engineering
Applied Mathematics –I & II Structured Programming Approach
Communication Skills Engineering Drawing
Environmental Studies


Year of establishment 2008-09
Program offered F.E. (First Year for all Branches)
Faculty strength 28
Departmental library 138 books
Professional body NSS, MUN, Annual Magazine,ISTE
Number of labs 08
Number of class rooms 11
Common facilities Seminar Hall-03
Publication “Quasar” Annual College Magazine
Programme Resource book
Course Resource Book

Result Highlights

Toppers list

Name of the student Percentage Year
MR.Jaiswal Swapnil Neeraj Chhaya 9.48/10(GPA) May-2016
Ms.Sanzgiri Tanvi Pradeep 10/10(GPA) May-2015
Ms.Vishvakarma Shubham S.
Ms.Sood Arshdeep Kaur 9.70/10(GPA) May-2014
Ms. Alisha Raul 9.78/10(GPA) May-2013
Mr. Kanhayalal Suthar 82.44 May-2012
Mr. Kanhayalal  Suthar 82.44 May-2012
Ms. Priyanka  Bhandari &
Ms. Seema Bhagchand
79.88 May-2011
Mr. Bhupendra J. Upadhyay 81.81 May-2010
Mr. Manan Vyas 81.94 May 2009
Ms. Swarna Moorthy 81.31 May-2008
Ms. Shweta G. Kanchan 77.92 May-2007
Mr. Abhishek Gopalan 77.92 May-2006

Best Practices (Student-Centric)

  • Academic Orientation Programme
  • Academic delivery as per the curriculum of UOM with 100% syllabus coverage.
  • Subject Resource book
  • Practice Session
  • Continuous monthly monitoring of attendance
  • Evaluation and monitoring academic performance of students
  • Teacher-Guardian scheme-to mentor and guide the students for their professional and social growth.
  • Anti-ragging campaign
  • Student Devlopment Programme (SDP)-training to bridge the gap bertween curriculum and industry requirements.
  • General English Proficiency Training (GEPT)-to enhance communication skills and bring about overall personality developement.
  • Organisation of orientation programmes, seminars, workshops, industrial visits etc.
  • Quality improvement programmes and R&D activities
  • Organisation of In-house workshops
  • Student camp and social services through NSS
  • Active Woman Development Cell (WDC)
  • Experts lectures by eminent guest faculty members.



Publications Number of Faculty members Number of Publications

ICWET + Multicon-W Publication



International/National Journals 



International Conferences



Book Publication



Modules Publication



Academic Highlights

  • F.E. result higher than University average result
  • Final year B.E. results are more than 85%
  • 80% or more pass with Distinction/First Class
  • Success rate is more than 75%
  • 20% qualify in competitive examinations viz.

Faculty Highlights

  • 170 committed and dedicated faculty
  • 23 senior faculty members
  • 23 faculty with Ph.D., 4 faculty submitted Thesis and 31 are pursuing Ph.D.
  • 108 faculty with M.E. /M.Tech./M.Phil.
  • 24 faculty pursuing M.E./ M.Tech. / M. Phil.

Placement Highlights

  • Student Development Programme (SDP)
  • Industry oriented professional knowledge
  • Infosys/Accenture Campus Connect Programme
  • More than 25 companies visit the campus
  • 302 students from Batch-2014 placed till date
  • 322 students from Batch-2015 placed till date
  • Joint campus for many blue chip companies