Facilities @ Computer Center
| || Support for research provided by the Computer Centre
Computer Centre has been helping researchers in their complex data analysis required for the research. Since September 1999, the Internet and other facilities provided at Computer Centre have been used by teachers and research scholars of various faculties for their research and teaching work. The online journals available under the UGC Infonet Project as well as the AICTE Indest-consortium are accessed at the centre facilitating research work.
During the 11th Plan, the Computer Centre plans and has requested for grant to create and develop a repository of Research Software at the Computer Centre, which can be used on the MSU intranet by all researchers.
| ||SURFLAND Cyber Café |
In September 1999, with the financial support of MSU Alumni, a centralized facility for the Internet Access was setup at the Computer Centre. SURFLAND, as it was named, soon became very popular across the campus and a large number of teachers and students have been using this facility since then.
| ||Short term Training Courses
The Computer Centre introduced short term, part-time, certificate courses during the 10th Plan period, i.e. between 2002 & 2007, mainly for two reasons:|
- During the 10th Plan, either one paper on fundamentals of computers was introduced in many courses or the basic understanding of the functioning of computers became a prerequisite for many courses
- University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines for 10th Plan, it was envisaged that the University Computer Centres, which are well established and well-equipped, should introduce some basic awareness courses for its staff and students
The first among them is a training course on Open Office, which is based on Open Source platform, covering Basics of Linux, detailed training of Open Office Software (equivalent software of MS-Office) and Internet.
Two new courses are introduced in September 2007, viz. Course on Computer Centre (CCC) as prescribed by the State Government and Certificate Course on Web Technology.
Facilities @ Faculty Of Arts
|1||Department of Archaelogy and Ancient History|
| ||The department has well equiped laboratory for chemical and sedimentological analysis of ancient remains, a zooarchaeology laboratory for analysing faunal remains. In addition to this the department has a small library of its own.|
|2||Department of Canadian Studies|
| ||CANADIAN LIBRARY
The Centre houses a library of about 4000 Canadian titles gifted by the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, the Canadian Organization for Development through Education, Coach House Press, the University of British Columbia and some individuals. Professor Abe Rostein, Department of Economics, University of Toronto has send 1100 titles in social sciences to us through the Canadian High Commission in Delhi.
Besides the back numbers of Canadian Literature, Studies in Canadian Literature, Essays on Canadian Writing, and Canadian Poetry, the library gets the following journals regularly: Canadian Literature, Ariel, Canadian Drama, Canadian Forum, Books in Canada, Canadian Journal of Comparative Literature, Canadian Journal of Psychology, Studies Canadiannes, Prairie Forum, Quebec Studies, The Toronto Review of Contemporary Writing Abroad, Essays in Canadian Writing, Queens Quarterly, West Coast Line, Canadian Theatre Review (CTR), Canadian Journal of Economics, Studies in Canadian Literature, Canadian Geographer, The Canadian Historical Review, Pacific Affairs, Mosaic, Open Letter, Contact, The Canadianist, and International Journal of Canadian Studies. This being an important library of its kind in the country it has attracted scholars working in the area of Canadian Literature from many universities including Delhi, SNDT Bombay, Bharatidasan, Hyderabad, Vikram, Jamia Milia, Roorkee, Bangalore, Gujarat, Saurashtra and South Gujarat Universities and Universities of Poona, Kashmir, Rajasthan, Kerala, Punjab, Bhavnagar, Pondicherry, Utkal Calicut, Mysore, Kakatiya, Nagpur, Jaipur, Madras and Goa.
| ||Library facilities is available(for post grads only. It has around 3000 books and the collection is ever increasing.The computerization of the library is being carried out and will be completed in the first quarter of 2004.|
| ||Departmental Library: The Department of English has a library of its own for use by its students and teachers. It is housed in a spacious room having facilities for reading and conference. It has a collection of around 1200 titles representing poetry, fiction and drama, literary criticism and theory, and works on individual authors and texts. The richest sections are on literary criticism and theory, and fiction. Prof. J Birjepatil, who was the Head of the Department of English for many years has gifted to the Departmental library his entire collection of 860 books. The library has also been receiving gifts from the British Council, the USIS as well as from individuals including members of the teaching staff of this Department. The library has also borrowed some important books from the collection of Smt. Hansa Mehta library of the University for use by its teachers and research scholars. One of the senior teachers of the Department looks after the working of the library. The senior students are required to spend a few hours on the afternoon in the library for consultation and reading. Books are not normally lent out to the students for an extended period; the students are expected to read the books in the library itself and to cultivate the library habit. If any student is unable to finish the book or the chapter s/he is reading, s/he is allowed to take the book out for overnight use. The reading room is often used by students and teachers for mini conferences and seminars and for informal exchanges of ideas.|
Computer facility : The Department has two Pentium computers, two printers, one scanner, and one UPS for use by the teachers and research scholars. These were purchased from a grant by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi for a program on vocationalization of English. The students of Functional English for whom these computers were brought are allowed to use them under the supervision of a teacher. The members of the Literary Society of the Department who periodically bring out a magazine called Literatti also use the computers to publish the magazine. We hope that our Department will be able to publish a national journal on English Studies by using the computer facilities available in the Department.
|5||Department of Library & Information Science|
| ||• Computer: There are four Pentium 4 computers and a laser printer in the department. The students are given extensive training on these computers.
• Library Management Software: We have a complete library management software called SOUL (Software for University Libraries) developed by Information and Library Network Centre (INFLIBNET), Ahmedabad. Students are trained to develop database on this software.
• Gift Book library: Department has created a small gift book library. Students and teachers of the department manage it. This library is extensively used by the students through out the year.
• Dissertations: Department houses 92 useful MLISc dissertations produced between 1986 to 2006. Students are extended the facility to consult these research works for their academic work. A link to the comprehensive list of these 92 dissertations is here.
• Placement: Department helps in placement of the students.
| ||Additional facilities created in terms of equipments were the purchase of one computer and a printer under the UGC X plan equipment grant, along with another computer and a printer under a UGC Major Research Project || |
|7||Department of Political Science|
| ||Reading Room for Post Graduates and Research Scholars of the Department. The Dept. has procured about 10,000 books under the Ford Foundations and UGC Schemes and its available at the Central Library i.e. Smt.Hansa Mehta Library
| ||Research Facilities
* The department has Five computer.
* There are over 50 books in our departmental library.
* There is reading room for our scholars.
Small Group Laboratory Group Discussions
* The small group laboratory is a unique feature of this department and is located on the third floor (Room No. 303).
* Group discussions constitute part of the core curriculum of the department They are compulsory.
* This is offered to students of M.A.PartII and TYBA.
* The group discussions comprise of eight sessions. Fourth and eighth sessions are didactic sessions.
* Students are evaluated for these eight sessions out of 30 marks.
* Their assessment is based on their participation in group discussions and the report writting.
* Students' views about small group laboratory sessions:
# Provides an opportunity for self analysis.
# Train members to work as a team.
# Helps to develop leadership qualities.
# Train students to express their views freely.
# Helps to overcome shyness and develop confidence.
# Creates the feeling of belongingness to a group.
# Facilitates understanding, adjustment and compromise.
# It significantly contributes to the development of personality and future career.
The Sociology StudentsAssociation
* The Sociology Students' Association was founded in 1973. It is a formal body with a constitution. Teachers and students become members by paying a specified fee.
* The Association has been very active in promoting extra curricular activities, including cultural and intellectual activities in the Department.
* Inaugural Function, Picnic and Annual Function, are the integral cultural programmes organized by the Association. It provides a platform to the students to bring out their talents and facililitates interaction with other students.
* "Shodh", founded two years ago, is the intellectual wing of the Association. The intellectual activities comprises of talks and lectures by distinguished scholars.
* The students are taught to be accountable and transparent. They are taught to maintain proper accounts which are displayed on the notice-board from time to time.
* The Head of the Department is the President of the Association who in turn appoints Teacher Office Bearers for each academic year.
* Besides the President and the Teacher Office Bearers, the Executive Committee comprises of the Nominated, Elected and Co-opted members from each class.
Sociology Bulletin Board
* The students of SYBA (Major), TYBA, MA I & MA II display their collage on this bulletin board.
* The collage is prepared by the students on various issues of sociological significance under the guidance of a Teacher-incharge.
* Each collage id displayed for about a month.
* The classes compete among themselves for the award of the best collage.
* Each collage is judged by a team of teachers on the basis of:
(2) Contemporary relevance
(4) Choice of theme or issue
(5) The involvement of the students of a class
* The best collage is rewarded by the Sociology Students' Association in the Annual Function.
Gift Book Collection Library
* It was started by the outgoing students of the Department in mid sixties. It is a unique feature of the Department.
* It contains 580 books of sociological relevance. The books are mainly gifted by the past students as well as teachers of the department.
* It is managed by the students under the supervision of a Teacher-incharge appointed by the Head of the Department. It works during a specified time on all working days. Only the members of the library are allowed to use it. The members are required to pay a specified fee and observe the rules regarding the issue of books. * Over the years, the students and teachers have benefited from this library and it has become an inherent part of the Department.
* The department has instituted the prestigious Professor M.N. Srinivas Scholarship for students doing M.A. This has been in existence since1993-94.
* The department has also instituted the prestigious Scholarships in the name of Prof. I P Desai for Under-graduates students .
Facilities @ Faculty Of Commerce
| ||The facilities presently available to the students include the Departmental library, Computer laboratory, the Central library of the University with over six lakhs titles, and the University Computer Centre. Other facilities include Health Center, Sports Club of the Union, Swimming pool and Hostel accommodation facility for deserving outstation students.
|2||Department of Accounting and Financial Management|
| ||The Department of Accounting and Financial Management provides the following Departmental FACILITIES like Computers for the researchers, conducting training programs,etc. to the students and the researchers in the Department.|| |
|3||Department of Banking and Insurance|
| ||The Department of Banking and Business Finance came into existance in 1955 when the Faculty of Commerce was divided into five departments. The Department was renamed in 2006 as Departmentof Banking and Insurance which provides various kinds of FACILITIES to the students and the researchers.
|4||Department of Business Economics|
| || BECOSA Book Bank:
The Business Economics Students Association [BECOSA] is an association formed for the students’ activities. It originated in 1990 by the students initiative, under the keen guidance and help of the department members. BECOSA performs activities like organizing seminars, conferences, debates, quiz, etc. The association has its own Book Bank which is well equipped with books relating to the area of Business Economics. This book bank is meant for ready reference and distribution of books to M.Com. and P.G. Diploma students of the Department of Business Economics. The Book Bank has more than 450 titles covering different areas of the subject.
|5||Department of Business Economics|
| ||Teaching Aids:
The department has teaching aids in the form of overhead projector, computers and also public address system.
|6||Department of Commerce and Business Management|
| ||The Department of Commerce Including Business Administration right from its inception is playing vital role in providing efficient FACILITIES like effective education, training and conducting research studies. || |
|7||Department of Cooperative Management and Rural Studies|
| ||The department of Co-operation right from its inception is playing a vital role in providing efficient FACILITIES like co-operative education, training and conducting research studies.|
| ||XEROX CENTRE|
There is a facilty of photocopying machine and telephone for students.
There is a facilty of canteen provided for the students as well as for the staff members.
| ||XEROX CENTRE|
There is a facilty of photocopying machine and telephone for students.
| ||XEROX CENTRE|
There is a facilty of photocopying machine and telephone for students.
There is a facility of commputer in this building.
There is a facilty of canteen provided for the students as well as for the staff members.
| ||COMPUTER LABORATORY|
The P.G. Centre has a Computer Lab for B.B.A students.
There is a assembly hall in the building all the programs like Seminars, Presentations, other cultural programs are held in this assembly hall. They also have the Overhead Projector and there is also the facilty of Microphone in the building.
There is a facilty of photocopying machine and telephone for students.
There is a facilty of canteen provided for the students as well as for the staff members.
Facilities @ Faculty Of Education And Psychology
|1||Department of Education-CASE|
| ||CASE LIBRARY:
The department has a computerised library facility with 19779 Books, 13 Journals, 425 Ph.D Thesis, 752 Dessertation at Masters Level.
|2||Department of Education-CASE|
| ||COMPUTER LABORATORY :
The Department has two Computer Laboratories with total 40 Computers. The Lab is equipped with facilities like Internet connection, LCD Projector, Over Head Projectors, Video Camera, Television, Scanner, Fax machine, Lap top.|
|3||Department of Education-CASE|
| ||SEMINAR ROOM:
The Department organises various Training Programmes, National Seminars, workshops etc. For conducting such programmes CASE is equipped with well furnished Seminar Room with facilities of OHPs , LCD Projector.|| |
|4||Department of Educational Administration|
| ||Computer Lab with Internet Facility, Department Library|| |
Facilities @ Faculty Of Family And Community Sciences
|1||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||GARMENT CONSTRUCTION LAB- In the garment construction lab sewing machines and other machines which are used for various sewing operations such as button-holing, over-casting, embroidery, etc. are there.
|2||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||CHEMISTRY LAB- Laundry, dyeing and textile chemistry experiments are conducted in labs that are equipped to enable students to conduct various experiments from fibre to the fabric stage.
|3||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||TEXTILE TESTING LAB-For testing the physical and chemical characteristics of fibres, yarns and fabrics - the Textile Testing Lab has major testing equipment. The department has been able to add to the existing equipments from time to time and now have machines like the Tensile Strength Tester, Fade-o-meter, Air Permeability Tester, Water Permeability Tester, Abrasion Tester, and many more.
|4||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||LIBRARY- The Departmental Reference Library has for ready reference, all the M.Sc. (Home) dissertations and Ph.D. thesis of the students passed out of the department along with journals that are subscribed for.
|5||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||RESOURCE CENTRE- A section, unique to the department is a Resource Centre which has a collection of traditional sarees, costumes and textiles which are duly labelled for use in classroom teaching. The collection of these articles have been growing in numbers every year. Some of them are rare and not easily available. Resource material related to garment technology, fabric swatches, dictionary of fabrics, etc. are also available.
|6||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||FASHION STUDIO- for the courses related to fashion design and merchandising with infrastructural facilitites for sketching, patternmaking etc.|| |
|7||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||COMPUTER LAB- For computer aided fashion and textile designing || |
|8||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||FASHION STUDIO- for the courses related to fashion design and merchandising with infrastructural facilitites for sketching, patternamking etc.|| |
|9||Department of Clothing and Textile|
| ||WEAVING LAB- It has table looms and frame looms which students learn to operate incorporating various techniques to make fabric samples. These looms are adjusted sometimes to carry out weaving related researches.
|10||Department of Extension & Communication|
| ||Department has five main laboratories viz;
1) Multi Media laboratory - Well furnished and equipped laboratory with
approx. 2000 sq.ft. having 16 Computers each with Internet connection, LCD
projector, Television, Slide projectors, Videos, DVD players, Scanner, Web
Camera, CCTV and other necessary eqipments and furniture required for
developing and using media for varied educational purposes.
2) Methods Laboratory - Well established laboratory providing access to learn
and execute various formal and non-formal teaching methods
3) Teaching aids Labs - These Laboratories are used to design and usage of
varied teaching aids like graphics, three dimensional aids, group aids etc.
4) Non-Formal Education Lab - In this laboratory the students learn to prepare
various teaching aids and their usage for various groups of non-formal set
5) Rural Extension Lab- This lab is used for planning development programmes ,
designing various communication strategies , and even for executing selected
development activities with the target groups .
|11||Department of Extension & Communication|
| ||READING AND DOCUMENTATION CENTER - This well equipped and furnished centre, having large collection of text books and reference books. Many reputed periodicals and journals are subscribed to facilitate the access to the students and staff of the department. It is a store house of Masters' and Doctoral dissertations. Varied reports of development programs and research projects are available for reference.
|12||Department of Extension & Communication|
| ||Separate classrooms for every group of U.G. and P.G. programs,
Independent Offices for each teaching and non-teaching staff member
|13||Department of Extension & Communication|
| ||CAMPUS PLACEMENT
Deepak Foundation-CSR-NGO, Vadodara
SAHAJ-Shihu Milap,NGO, Alkapuri, Vadodara
L&T, Knowledge City, Ajwa Road, Vadodara
Agakhan Rural Support Programme,Ahmedabad|
|14||Department of Family and Community Resource Management|
| ||INTERIOR DESIGN COMPUTER LABORATORY|| |
|15||Department of Family and Community Resource Management|
| ||HOUSEHOLD EQIPMENT LABORATORY|| |
|16||Department of Family and Community Resource Management|
| ||HOME FURNISHING LABORATORY (2in No.)|| |
|17||Department of Family and Community Resource Management|
| ||THE HM LIBRARY|
|18||Department of Family and Community Resource Management|
| ||HOME MANAGMENT RESIDENCE LABORATORY|| |
|19||Department of Family and Community Resource Management|
| ||SEMINAR ROOM|| |
|20||Department of Foods and Nutrition|
| ||Well Equipped laboratories a total of about 16 laboratories, namely Food science, Meal planning, Food preservation, Sensory evaluation, Diet Therapy, Nutrition Lab, Food analysis, Food Testing Lab, Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Biochemistry, Quantity Cookery etc.|| |
|21||Department of Foods and Nutrition|
| ||LIBRARY- The Departmental Reference Library has for ready reference, all the M.Sc. (Home) dissertations and Ph.D. thesis of the students passed out of the department along with Books and Journals that are subscribed for.
|22||Department of Foods and Nutrition|
| ||Computer Facilities with Internet connection is available for Staff and Doctoral students of the department. One each computer is given to groups working on the three research areas of the department|| |
|23||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||Chetan Balwadi-The Laboratory Nursery School|
|24||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||Early Child Development-Learning Resource Center|
|25||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||The Infant Testing Center|
|26||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||Play Center for Children with Special Needs|
|27||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||The HDFS Library|
|28||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||Youth Study and Support Center|
|29||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||Dr. Pramila Phatak Diagnostic Center
|30||Department of Human Development & Family Studies|
| ||HDFS-Computer Laboratory|
|31||Women's Studies Research Center|
| ||Conference Room:
WSRC has a well furnished conference room with modern audio visual aids
|32||Women's Studies Research Center|
Facilities @ Faculty Of Journalism & Communication
|1||Journalism & Communication|
| ||AUDIO - VISUAL FACILITIES
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
- Circular magazine -120 slide capacity
* Onida : DIGI33
* Photophone 35-AF
VHS MOVIE CAMERA
* Panasonic M-3000
- 100x Zoom
* Onida Compact Component System
- Digital Effects
- Noise reduction
- Tripod (progain)
- Recording facility
- Character Generator (National: VWCGIEN)
- Other Accessories
- Compaq Machine
- Macro-focusing zoom lens, 28-105mm
- Intel Pentium iii processor
- Telephoto Lens
- SMC PENTAX
- Filter Kit
- Microsoft Office - 2000
- Adobe PageMaker
Facilities @ Faculty Of Management Studies
| ||CAMPUS & ACADEMIC FACILITIES
Accommodation/Hostel Facilities : There are 16 hostels at the University Campus. The students of the Faculty of Management Studies are provided accommodation in three hostels namely the N.V.Hall, M.A. Hall and Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Hall are devoted to the students of Faculty of Management Studies. Each hostel is having its own separate mess run by private contractors. The mess bill ranges from Rs.500/- to Rs. 800/- per month. Each hostel has its own recreation room, which has a TV Set and facilities for Table Tennis, Chess, Carom, etc. Apart from indoor games, in the playground one can also play cricket, volleyball, football, etc. The sports equipments for this purpose are provided by the hostel authorities. Besides this, the students have access to University Gymnasium, University Swimming Pool, Lawn Tennis, etc. The rooms have the facility of a bed, a table chair, a cupboard and an electricity point per person. Hot water for bathing is available every morning. The room is cleaned daily by the hostel sweepers.
Various recreational amenities like Swimming, gymnaesium, Football , Volleyball, Table-Tennis etc. are available in the university sports complex opposite the faculty building, in addition to thes the hostel blocks have their own recreational amenities.
Mess facility is available at all the hostel blocks which serve Gujarati as well as Punjabi food in addition to the canteen and breakfast facility which is operational untill 3 am in early morning.
Health and Welfare :
The University has its own health care centre. The services offered are preventive, investigative and creative. Pre-employment medical check ups, immunization are some of the routine activities. It was served 885 times in the area of gynecology, 499 in orthopaedy, 830 in Ophthalmology, 406 in ENT and 490 in dermatology during the year 1997-98.
The institute currently hosts more than 30 Pentium terminals (H.P.), connected to the Internet through high speed lease lines.
The Students utilize the facility of the Institutes library consisting of over 4000 titles solely on Management and 661,592 titles and 556 newspapers & journals at the University library, the Hansa Mehta Library. The University library at present takes the pride in being the second largest in Asia. It has two big reading rooms and one research carrel for research students that are open from 8:00 A.M. in the morning to 10:00 P.M. in the night.
Facilities @ Faculty Of Medicine
|1||Department of Physiology|
| ||The Department of Physiology has four main laboratories, a well maintained and updated library with internet facility, a seminar room for presentations by post graduate students, and several facilities for research.
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY.
Undergraduate students are taught experiments demonstrating properties of skeletal muscle, nerve and cardiac muscle of amphibians like frog. There is no dissection to be carried out by the undergraduate students but they are given virtual demonstrations of various experiments.
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (HEMATOLOGY) LABORATORY
Students perform experiments on their own blood to find out their own hematological parameters (hemoglobin, total WBC count, total RBC count, Blood Groups, etc.) thereby learn the normal variations in these parameters.
CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
Clinical examination of the main system of the body namely respiratory system, cardiovascular system, digestive and excretory system and nervous system are taught and demonstrated in detail. The undergraduate students practice the same on normal subjects to learn the normal and thus equipped to compare and contrast with the abnormal when they come across patients in second and third years.
Postgraduate students carry out experiments on mammals like demonstration of spontaneous activity of guinea pig intestine, perfusion & maintenance of rabbit heart, etc.
Equipments like computerized spirometer for testing, analyzing and storing lung functions parameters. A 4 channel polygraph that can simultaneously record and store the physiological parameters like heart rate, blood pressure, ECG, EEG, etc. These are helpful in evaluation of cardiovascular physiology, autonomic functions, neurophysiology, and respiratory physiology. There are also student’s physiograph to record and demonstrate a number of physiological parameters.
Books on all aspects and branches of physiology- systemic physiology, basic physiology, general physiology, applied physiology as well as research thesis of all the previous post graduate students are available for study and reference. Apart from this national and international journals on physiology and allied subjects are available some in hard form and many more on internet.
The department has the facility of round the clock internet accessibility aiding in learning and communication and providing very good prop up for research activities over and above academics.
|2||Department of Plastic Surgery|
| ||State of the art operation theatre having microscope, IITV, digital tourniquet, all instruments for cosmetic surgery procedures like liposuction canulas, LASER, tatoo gun and other equipments. |
|3||Department of Plastic Surgery|
| ||Facilities at Department of Plastic Surgery|
Facilities @ Faculty Of Science
| ||Computer Laboratory|| |
| ||Library|| |
| ||Placement cell|| |
|4||Department of Bio-Chemistry|
| ||Dr. Rajlaxmi Instrument Room
|5||Department of Bio-Chemistry|
| ||AnimalHouse|| |
|6||Department of Bio-Chemistry|
| ||Dr. C.V. Ramkrishnan Seminar Hall|| |
| ||PHYTOCHEMISTRY LAB|
| ||ECOLOGY LAB|
| ||ANATOMY LAB|| |
| ||ECOPHYSIOLOGY AND REMOTE SENSING LAB|
| ||PLANT TISSU CULTURE LAB|
| ||TAXONOMY LAB|
| ||PLANT PATHOLOGY AND MYCOLOGY|
| ||BOTANICAL GARDEN|
| ||Central Computer Lab|
|18||Department of Geography|
| ||The department is well furnished with the basic facilities like toposheet, maps and computers.|| |
|19||Department of Geography|
| ||The department has a computer Laboratory with GIS Software.|| |
|20||Department of Geography|
| ||The department provides basic infrastructure such as weather instruments, survey equipments, cartographic instruments,digital visualizer,digital camera,LCD projector, internet facility, reading room etc.|| |
|21||Department of Geography|
| ||In every academic year, the department conducts Geomorphic Study Tour for Post-graduate students and Socio-Economic Study Camps in the villages for T.Y.B.A./B.Sc. students as part of their syllabi. || |
| ||Special Research Facilities available in the Department
a. Laboratories available
Remote Sensing Ore dressing
b . Equipment available in the department.
Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
Particle Size Analyser
Scanning Electron microscope
Routine and Advanced Polarizing Microscopes
Equipment's of Cutting, Polishing and Thin section making Isodynamic Separator
High Temperature Furnaces
Geiger - Muller Counter
Field (Camp) Equipment's and
Audio- Visual Equipment
Large Format Optical Enlarger
Optical Reflecting Projector
b. Other Facilities:
Departmental Library, Department Seminar Hall
| ||Equipments in the Department|
| ||Facilities in The Department|
| ||Periodicals Subscribed|
|26||Department of Mathematics|
| ||Computer Lab|
|27||Department of Mathematics|
| ||Departmental Library (Supported by NBHM)|
|28||Department of Mathematics|
| ||Student Support Cell|| |
|29||Department of Mathematics|
| ||Old Question Papers|| |
|30||Department of Microbiology|
| ||Research Laboratory || |
Facilities @ Faculty Of Social Work
| ||LIBRARY: The faculty has its own library with more than 12,000 books and 20 national and international journals.
| ||HI-TECH FACILITIES: The institution has a computer laboratory with approximately 25 and internet connectivity for academic, administrative and research purposes.
| ||EXPANDED HRM WING: The faculty has a new HRM building with well equipped computer facilities, seminar room and additional staff cubicals.
| ||AUDITORIUM & GOLDEN JUBILEE HALL: The faculty has a large auditorium with a sitting capacity of 300 for major management and social work programmes. A recently inaugurated golden jubilee hall with sitting capacity of 200 is available due to expansion of programmes.
| ||STUDENTS LOUNGE: A students room is available for closed interactions of various masters and diploma students.
| ||SEMINAR AND CONFERENCE HALL: A well equipped seminar room and a conference hall is available for staff and students interaction as well as various training programmes and workshops.
| ||AUDIO-VISUAL ROOM: It is equipped with various equippments like OHP, VCD, TV and other allied equipments for programme management.
| ||CANTEEN: A recently renovated canteen with a sitting capacity 100 studetns provides a perfect blend of nutritious food, academic interaction and students leisure activities.
Facilities @ Faculty Of Technology And Engineering
|1||Department of Applied Chemistry|
| ||Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC) || |
|2||Department of Applied Chemistry|
| ||UV-Vis Spectrophotometer|| |
|3||Department of Applied Chemistry|
| ||Polarizing Microscope|| |
|4||Department of Applied Chemistry|
| ||Thermogravimetric Analyser (TGA)|| |
|5||Department of Applied Chemistry|
| ||Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR)|| |
|6||Department of Applied Chemistry|
| ||Static Light Scattering Instrument|| |
|7||Department of Applied Mathematics|
| ||The department is having three Computer Laboratory with latest computers and other IT equipments. |
|8||Department of Applied Mechanics|
| ||Material Testing Facility|| |
|9||Department of Applied Mechanics|
| ||Computer Lab|
|10||Department of Applied Mechanics|
| ||Computational Facilities|
|11||Department of Applied Mechanics|
| ||Common Facilities|
|12||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Atomic Force Microscope(AFM cum STM)|| |
|13||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Fluorimeter (Flouromax)|| |
|14||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Simultaneous TGA/DTA (L-81) || |
|15||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||FTIR Spectrometer (Thermo)|| |
|16||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||High Vacuum Coating unit with 6 kW Electron Beam Gun Facility
|17||Department of Applied Physics|
|18||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC-50) with Thermal Analyzer (TAWS-50)
|19||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Newport Vibration Free Table
|20||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Laser sources with power upto 30 mW
|21||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Optics (beamsplitters, lenses, mirrors…)
|22||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Optical Microscope (Crystal Hardness)
|23||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Laser Diodes & Power Measurement System
|24||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Five CMOS/CCD cameras with attachments
|25||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||UV-VIS spectrometer
|26||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Nano-voltmeter & Const. Current Power Supply
|27||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Lock in Amplifier and Optical Chopper
|28||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Thin Film Deposition Controller
|29||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||CVI Monochromator And Accessories
|30||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||High Vacuum Coating Unit With Thermal Evaporation Facility
|31||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Miniature Fiber Optic Spectrometer
|32||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||ILX Precision Pulse Current Source
|33||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||Polarizing Optical Microscope
|34||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||IBM P185 Power IntelliStation
|35||Department of Applied Physics|
| ||DELL precision workstation (8 cores)
|36||Department of Architecture|
| ||Five Studios equipped with drawing boards,lockers etc|| |
|37||Department of Architecture|
| ||One Basic Design Studio|| |
|38||Department of Architecture|
| ||One Computer Laboratory for CAAD|| |
|39||Department of Architecture|
| ||One Photography Laboratory|| |
|40||Department of Architecture|
| ||One Audio Visual / Seminar room/ Exhibition room- all fully equipped|| |
|41||Department of Architecture|
| ||Conference cum Teachers common room || |
|42||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Bench Scale Fermentor
|43||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||UV Spectrometer Controlled by Microprocessor
|44||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Super Critical Extraction Screening System
|45||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Rotating Disc Contactor
|46||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| || Fluidized Bed Reactors
|47||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Mercury Porosimeter
|48||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Membrane Osmometer
|49||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||BET Surface Analyzer
|50||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||GLC with data station Biomicroscope
|51||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Reverse Osmosis System
|52||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Laboratory Autoclave
|53||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| || Pneumatic Conveyor
|54||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Ion Selective Electrode Analyzer
|55||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Gas Chromatograph (Chemito),(Dual Channel, FID)|| |
|56||Department of Chemical Engineering|
| ||Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer
|57||Department of Civil Engineering|
|58||Department of Civil Engineering|
|59||Department of Civil Engineering|
| ||CONSULTANCY WORKS|
|60||Department of Civil Engineering|
| ||ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB|
|61||Department of Civil Engineering|
| || HYDRAULIC & WATER RESOURCE LAB |
|62||Department of Civil Engineering|
| ||HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION|
|63||Department of Civil Engineering|
| ||SURVEYING AND CONSTRUCTION LAB|
|64||Department of Civil Engineering|
| ||TESTING FACILITY|
|65||Department of Computer Science|
| ||Laboratory Equipments (Click for details)|
|66||Department of Computer Science|
| ||Laboratories (Click for details)|
|67||Department of Computer Science|
| ||Department Library (Click for details)|
|68||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||LABORATORIES FOR TEACHING AND RESEARCH|
|69||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||COMMUNICATION LABORATORY|
|70||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||COMPUTER FACILITIES|
|71||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||HIGH VOLTAGE LABORATORY|| |
|72||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||RELAY LABORATORY|
|73||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||POWER ELECTRONICS|
|74||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||Caliberation of AC/DC Voltmeter upto 600 volts
|75||Department of Electrical Engineering|
| ||Caliberation of AC/DC Ammeter upto 20A range.|| |
|76||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||INDUSTRIAL TESTING FACILITIES:
(1)Tractor Performance Test Rig
(2)Speedometer Test Rig
(3)Pressure Gauge Tester
(4)Liquid Flat Plate Collector Test Rig
(5)PUC Test for Automobiles
|77||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Alternative Energy Laboratory
- 6 Digit Digital Multimeter
- Sunshine Recorder
- 200 LPD Solar Flat Plate Collector Test Rig
- Pyranometer with Integrator Printer
- Solar Air Dryer Test Rig
- SVGA Projection Panel with OHP
|78||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Boiler House
- Lancashire Boiler
- Cochran Boiler
- Babcock & Wilcox Boiler
|79||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||CAD / CAM Laboratory
- Work imaging station with CAD/CAM integrating
- PLC Trainer
- PC vision
|80||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Fluid Machines Laboratory
- Centrifugal Pump Test Rig
- Hydraulic Trainer
- Pelton wheel Turbine
- Reciprocating Pump Test rig || |
|81||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory
- PC/AT Computer (2 Nos.) With Printer and Multimedia.
- Shell & tube Heat Exchanger Test Rig
- Liquid / Gas Thermal Conductivity Set up
- Boiling Heat Transfer unit
- Film and Drop Condensation Unit
|82||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Heat Engines Laboratory (Fuel Combustion, Jet Propulsion, Turbo-machines)
- Blower Performance Test Rig
- Lister Diesel Engine Performance Test Rig
- Engine Test Rig
- Subsonic Wind Tunnel
- Supersonic Wind tunnel
- Radial Aero I. C. Engine
- Air Nozzle Performance Test Rig
|83||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Measurements & Process Control Laboratory
- High Temperature Calibration bath
- Low Temperature Calibration bath
- Load Cell
- Dead Weight Tester
- Transducer Trainer Kit
|84||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||M/c Shop, Metrology & High Tech Lab
- CNC 4 axis Simulator
- 4 axis CNC VMC
- Surface Finish Measuring Instrument
- Strain Scanner
- Laser Doppler Anemometer
- Vibration Analyzer
- Radial drilling M/C
- Precision Grinding Machine
|85||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Laboratory
- Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Tutor
- Vapor Absorption Trainer Unit
|86||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Technical Dynamics Laboratory
- Dynamic Balancing Apparatus
- Whirling Shaft Apparatus
- Motorized Gyroscope
- Cam Analysis Equipment
|87||Department of Mechanical Engineering|
| ||Unconventional Machining Laboratory
- Joemars Fuzzy Logic E. D. M with Voltage Stabilizer
- Video Recording system|| |
|88||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Jeol Scanning Electron Microscope with Oxford EDS system |
|89||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Rigaku X-Ray Diffractometer|
|90||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer, EDX 800, (Shimatzu)
|91||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Image Analyzer
|92||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Grain Size Estimation|
|93||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||DM 2D Micro Hardness Tester |
|94||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||SEIKO Thermal Analysis System, ss 5100TG/DTA 32|
|95||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Projection Microscope|
|96||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Stereo Microscope (Citavol-2)|
|97||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Welding Equipments|
|98||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Chemical Vapour Deposition (C.V.D.) Unit|
|99||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
|100||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Other laboratory Instruments|
|101||Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering|
| ||Computer Laboratory|
|102||Department of Pharmacy|
| ||Pharmaceutical Technology|
|103||Department of Pharmacy|
|104||Department of Pharmacy|
| ||Drug Design & Development|
|105||Department of Pharmacy|
| ||Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance|
|106||Department of Pharmacy|
| ||Other Equipments|
|107||Department of Pharmacy|
| ||Herbal Drug Technology|
|108||Department of Textile Chemistry|
| ||The department has well equipped laboratories like Textile Chemistry, Dye house, and Dyeing/Testing Research laboratory. The department has procured modern machineries and equipments to improve the standard of newer technology for U.G.& P.G students.
Major instruments of the department includes
1,Computer colour matching system ;for evaluation of Dyed, printed and Bleached fabric in terms of depth of shade , colour value, Whiteness and yellowness index
4,Tensile tester (for yarn/fabric),
5,Printing machine,(Screen/ Rotary combo machine.)
6,Winch dyeing machine,
8,Colour matching cabinet (matching of shades under definite source),
9,BOD & COD tester (to evaluate the different studies of different dyes and waste water),
10,Research Trinocular microscope with CCTV with photographic attachment (to study wider spectrum of fiber morphology),
11,HT/HP dyeing machine (dyeing of hydrophobic fibers at elevated temp.),
15,Crockmeter (study of various fastness properties such as Light, Wash. Perspiration, Rubbing fastness etc,.),
16,Polarograph (study kinetics of dyeing etc. ).
|109||Department of Textile Engineering|
| ||Fabric Manufacturing Lab|
|110||Department of Textile Engineering|
| ||Yarn Manufacturing Lab|
|111||Department of Textile Engineering|
| ||Textile Testing Lab|
|112||Department of Textile Engineering|
| ||Computer lab|
: Physical Chemistry Laboratory.|
: Organic Chemistry Laboratory.
: Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory.
: Analytical Chemistry Laboratory.
| ||Commercial Testing of various engineering material is also carried out by the department; namely test of cement, steel, concrete, fine & coarse aggregates, tiles, bricks, timber and properties of soil. Department has facility of 100 Ton capacity Universal Testing Machine which is fully computerized.
Laboratory Facilities :-
Sr. No. Name of Laboratory Subjects Covered
1 Applied Mechanics Lab EM-I & EM- II
2 Strength of Material Lab SM ¡V I & SM ¡V II
3 Mechanics of Structure MS ¡V I , MS ¡V II and Concrete Technology
4 Soil Engineering Soil Engg.
5 Structure Design SDD I and SDD II
Other services offered, if any ( Testing etc ) :- Commercial Testing of various Engineering Material is carried out by the department; namely test of cement, steel, concrete, fine & coarse aggregates, tiles, bricks, timber and properties of soil.
6" Reflector Telescope|
Laser and Laser kit
|4||CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT|