The Faculty of Engineering Sciences offers holistic perspective of the fundamental sciences and provides opportunities to integrate systems from different disciplines. The courses provide a high quality and broad based coverage of multi-disciplinary engineering using Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science and Engineering to conduct research and design innovative engineering solution. The course offers excellent job opportunities in industrial sector and in R&D organization providing a launching platform to conduct graduate studies in the globally emerging field of Engineering Sciences.

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Thrust Areas

The Faculty offers a 4-year degree program leading to Bachelor of Science in Engineering Sciences which encompasses some of the modern fields of engineering such as:

  • Lasers and Electro-Optics
  • Semiconductors and Superconducting Devices
  • Modelling and Simulations

The faculty also offers MS and PHD degree programs in applied mathematics and applied physics.

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Faculty Mission

To produce practicing engineers by providing them with solid technical preparation and exposure to issues and practices at leading edge of technology in order to cater for the increasing demand of qualified professionals in emerging fields such as Lasers and Optoelectronics, Semi and Superconductors and Simulation and Modeling. 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO 1: Understanding of Subject Matter

To produce practicing engineers having a solid grasp of physical and life sciences, engineering analysis and design, and interdisciplinary problem solving utilizing a variety of tools.

PEO 2: Broader Perspective

To produce engineers who have a broad perspective and realize the sociocultural, ethical, environmental and other contemporary dimensions of the subject matter.

PEO 3: Relating Theory and Practice

To produce engineers who have the ability to relate theory with practice in their specific field of employment.

PEO 4: Providing Leadership in Engineering Design and Management

To produce competent engineers and consummate professionals capable of working at the forefront of technology and able to cater for the increasing demand of qualified professionals in the decades to come.

Program Learning Objectives (PLOs):

PLO 1: Engineering Knowledge

To apply their knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and their specialization to solve a broad range of reasonably complex problems.

PLO 2: Problem Analysis

To analyze complex problems by reducing it to smaller parts in light of standardized methods of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.

PLO 3: Design/Development of Solutions

To design components, processes and systems to solve the problem at hand.

PLO 4: Investigation

To conduct engineering experiments to study different engineering systems, including various modes of operation, performance evaluation, properties of materials and manufacturing techniques, as well as to use laboratory instruments and computers to analyze and interpret data.

PLO 5: Modern Tool Usage

To use modern tools, techniques, and skills relevant to their specialization. These include computational tools, statistical techniques, and both the standard and state of the art instruments.

PLO 6: The Engineer and Society

To ensure that the graduates shall be equipped to act as well informed, socially aware and professionally responsible members of the society. They shall have the knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, cultural and ethical consequences of their actions and decisions.

PLO 7: Environment and Sustainability

To understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

PLO 8: Ethics

To apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

PLO 9: Individual and Team Work

To work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and/or multidisciplinary settings.

PLO 10: Communication

To communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex engineering activities both with the engineering community and with the society at large. This includes the ability to writing and comprehending effective reports, designing documentation, making lucid presentations, and giving and receiving clear instructions.

PLO 11: Project Management

To manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment. They shall be able to demonstrate competent management skills and apply engineering principles to their work or as a member and/or leader in a team.

PLO 12: Lifelong Learning

To recognize the importance of and to pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of an ever changing technological spectrum.



  • Apr 26, 2015 Online Submission of Admission Form Starts
  • Jun 22, 2015 Online Submission of Admission Form Ends
  • Jun 24, 2015 Last Date for Payment of Processing Fee
  • Jun 19, 2015 Last Date for Dispatch of Financial Assistance Documents
  • Jun 22, 2015 Last Date for Receipt of Financial Assistance Documents
  • Jul 05, 2015 Admission Test
  • Jul 07, 2015 Last date for receipt of SAT- II Scores (overseas applicants)
  • Jul 11, 2015 Admission Test Result Posted on Website
  • Aug 22-23,
    Induction Ceremony

  • Aug 24, 2015 Start of Classes


Download the Prospectus for the year 2015.