Guru Gobind Singh College of Engineering & Technology

DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SCIENCES








DR. R.C. SAINI
HOD, APPLIED SCIENCES

At Guru Kashi University, I feel elated to introduce you to Department of Applied Sciences, which is the foundation of Engineers. We hereby inculcate in students the basic principles & theories of pure sciences along with practical applicability. We also try to make them competent enough to comprehend effectively the various instructional activities during the course of their study. Applied Sciences Department also strive to impart basic training in programming language, mathematical concepts & other fundamental subjects to exploit the potential of the present day opportunities in professional careers.

Course Duration Eligibility
Ph.D. - Physics 3 Year Minimum --

Infrastructure

Chemistry Lab includes the following apparatus
  • Red-wood Viscometer
  • Stalagmometer
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Muffle Furnace
  • TLC Apparatus
  • Electric oven
  • The lab is fully air conditioned.
Physics Lab is fully air conditioned and includes the following major apparatus
  • Helium-Neon Laser source
  • Electrical Vibrator
  • Stewart and Gee`s Apparatus
  • Dielectric Constant Apparatus
  • Analog Fiber optic voice transmission demonstrator
  • Cathode Ray Oscilloscope

The communication skills lab is equipped with experimental set- ups / machines for improving the listening and learning skills of the students in English. Computers with latest software on language learning along with hardware such as headphones, student/teacher unit and recorder are available in the lab. The lab is fully air conditioned.

Conferences/ Seminars/ STCs/ FDPs/ Publications

S.No. Name of Faculty Department Topic of Expert Lecture/Seminar Place
1 Mr. Mukesh Bansal App. Sci. Seminar by HDFC Prudential Fund GGSCET
Seminar on PLC and SCADA GGSCET
Faculty Empowerment Programme by WIPRO MISSION10X GGSCET
Two days Advanced Workshop by WIPRO GGSCET
2 Mr. Atul Goyal App. Sci. Organized lecture on Molecular Spectroscopy (Engg. Chemistry), given by Dr. Dhiraj Sood (2009) GGSCET
Faculty Development Programme by NITCON GGSCET
Faculty Empowerment Programme by WIPRO MISSION10X GGSCET
Two days Advanced workshop by WIPRO GGSCET
Advances in Polymeric Materials and Composites MIMIT, Malout
3 Mr. Neeraj App. Sci. Numerical Analysis GTBKIET
4 Mr. Vinod Sharma App. Sci. FDP by Kamlesh Sadanand CT group of Institutions, Jallandhar
5 Dr. Gagan Gupta App. Sci. Young Astronomers Meet 2007, IIA. Bangalore
Ist Chandigarh Science Congress, Chandigarh. Chandigarh
Young Astronomers Meet 2008, Mahatma Gandhi University. Kottayam (Kerala)
2nd Chandigarh Science Congress. Chandigarh
Diamond Jubilee National Seminar. Chandigarh
3rdChandigarh Science Congress, Chandigarh. Chandigarh
3rd Astrosat Workshop. Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur
IUCAA introductory Workshop in Astronomy & Astrophysics. Chandigarh
10th Planetary Sciences & Exploration (PLANEX) Workshop. Chandigarh
41st ISTE Annual National Convention, BBSBCE, Fatehgarh Sahib. Fatehgarh Sahib
6 Dr. Ashutosh Pathak App. Sci. National workshop on Photo and Analytical Chemistry. International college for girls, Jaipur
Conference on Accelerator and Low Level Radiation Safety. Inter University Accelerator Center, New Delhi
National conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Studies. Government Dungar College, University of Bikaner, Bikaner
Name of Faculty Name of the Publication Name of the Conference Proceeding Paper Title Date of Publishing
Dr. Gagan Gupta Astrophysics & Planetary Sciences Workshop cum training program on Modern trends in Celestial Mechanics, organized at Delhi University. A numerical simulation of the Galactic chemical evolution. 2010
38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. League City, Texas. Planetary differentiation of planetesimals due to radioactive heating. 2007
70th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting. Meteoritics and Planetary science. Tucson, Arizona. Source(s) of the extinct short-lived nuclides: A massive star vs. X-wind irradiation. 2007
Workshop on the chronology of meteorites and the early solar system. Kauai, Hawai. The nature of the massive star that could have injected 26Al in the early solar system. 2007
Terrestrial Planets: Evolution through Time. PRL, Ahmedabad. Differentiation of the planetesimals using 26Al and 60Fe as heat sources. 2008
39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. League City, Texas. Irradiation Production of 26Al and the Canonical value of 26Al/27Al? 2008
40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Woodlands, Texas. Planetary Differentiation of Vesta with 26Al and 60Fe as heat sources. 2009
7th Annual meeting of AOGS (Asia Oceania Geosciences Society), Hyderabad, India. Numerical models for the wide-range of thermal processing of planetesimals and asteroids in the early solar system. 2010
16th National Space Science Symposium, Saurashtra University, Rajkot, India. The Galactic Chemical Evolution: The bulk solar isotopic composition. 2010
Name of Faculty Name of the Publication Name of the Journal Paper Title Date of Publishing
Dr. Gagan Gupta Astrophysics & Planetary Sciences Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 42, 1529-1549. Numerical simulations of the planetary differentiation of accreting planetesimals with 26Al and 60Fe as the heat sources. 2007
Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 44, 879-890. The plausible source(s) of 26Al in the early solar system: A massive star or the X-wind irradiation scenario? 2009
Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 115, E08001. Differentiation of Vesta and the parent bodies of other achondrites. 2010
Journal of Geophysical Research Planets. Volume 116, Issue E6, E06004 Did the carbonaceous chondrites evolve in the crustal regions of partially differentiated asteroids? 2011
Meteoritics and Planetary Science Numerical simulation of the Galactic chemical evolution: The revised solar abundance. In Press