Humanities & Sciences
About the Department:
MRCET is recognized as a complete educational institution that provides its students with life-changing experiences and integrates humanities, sciences and technical education at graduate level and that places special value on student success, diversity, inclusion, civic engagement, and making a difference in local and global communities.
The Department of Humanities and Sciences (H&S) has been established in the academic year 2004 with its main objective being “to deliver quality education and instill high patterns of discipline in order to make the students technologically superior and ethically strong thus improving the quality of human life.”
This is founded on the conviction that the Humanities give purpose, direction and value to education and to life, and that they are no less important to society than scientific and technological disciplines. Sciences provide a conceptual base in Basic Sciences which form a foundation to the Engineering subjects. As today’s challenges are global and interdisciplinary; students are required to reflect more on social responsibility, flexibility, resourcefulness and creativity. The courses taught tries to inculcate all these and much more, making MRCET more than a complex of specialist departments. As a pillar to all the engineering departments, it comprises of five basic disciplines namely, English & Soft skills, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Management Sciences.
The department of Humanities & Sciences plays a pivotal role in inculcating basic scientific knowledge and overall development of the child. It provides an ideal environment for the freshmen students to pursue their engineering by taking advantage of the well-established facilities and expertise available within the department and on-campus.
The asset of the department is that it consists of experienced faculty with educational and research background. They have wide experience in teaching and in communicating with students of diverse background and of widely differing abilities. The department has been conducting Faculty development programs annually to enable the faculty members to be updated in their knowledge and methodologies in the respective fields of research.
The department takes special interest in conducting workshops and seminars, guest lectures for students in regard to overall development of the emerging engineers. Apart from this, the department is instrumental in grooming the students into competent Engineers by providing continuous Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) classes to enhance their Soft Skills & communication skills to meet global challenges. It is committed to establish, maintain and advance a broad understanding of ‘humanities & sciences’ to fulfill academic and professional objectives.
Head of the Department
Twoday Workshop on 'C' Projects for ECE students during 23-24 March 2018
One day Technical Symposium on Electrical Technologies for EEE on 9-3-2018
Oxford Achiever- certification & Training programme inauguration on 27.02.2018
AAVISHKAAR-2K18 Techo Cultural Fest 2-3 Feb'18
Real-time projects on C language for B.tech I Year during Jan 19-20, 2018
Two-day workshop on AUTOCAD for B.Tech I Year during Jan 19-20, 2018
Two-day workshop on ROBOTICS for B.Tech I Year during Jan 19-20, 2018
Two-day workshop on RC AIRCRAFT for B.Tech I Year during Jan 19-20, 2018
Two day workshop on personality development for Freshmen
Guest lecture on SOFT SKILLS FOR CAREER SUCCESS by Mr Getchel
MOTIVATIONAL LECTURE ON SUTRAS OF LIFE by Dr Suryanarayana
A MOTIVATIONAL TALK ON GOAL SETTING AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE by Dr BV PATTABHIRAM
Guest Lecture on 5Cs TO BE AN EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT ENGINEER by Mr Sashikanth
Guest Lecture on Enhance positive thinking to succeed in life by Mr Ravi Kumar
Orientation day programme 2017