Tagore

Institute of Engineering and Technology

Department / Welcome to Science and Humanities Departments

Introduction


Science and Humanities Departments connected with all department in Tagore-IET. We Provide basic skills set to our students, whenever required.

VISION:-
  • Encouraging curiosity in a student throughout. So that he would be able to understand the fundamentals of technology
  • Informing the student with the latest development in science. Therefore he can exploit it for development of technology.
  • Imbibing the idea that understanding of an atom is very essential to understand the universe to the students.
  • Provide specialized training for students in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics(STEM) fields.
  • Produce Graduate with the ability to impact discipline – specific knowledge.

  • MISION:-
  • The mission of Science and Humanities is to: Inculcate basic knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.
  • Make the students to increase their CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average).
  • The major part of Technical English and Mathematics are: To develop communication skills in order to get effective placement.
  • To develop them to face competitive exams.
  • Giving more weightage to reasoning and testing ability.

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    Teaching Staff


    DEPARTMEMT OF PHYSICS
    Name Qualification Designation
    1Dr.T.KRISHNAKUMARAssociate Professor/Physics
    2P. VINUTHAAssociate Professor/Physics
    3Dr.G.RAJESHAssociate Professor/Physics

    DEPARTMEMT OF CHEMISTRY
    Name Qualification Designation
    4R.RANJITHAM Assistant Professor/Chemistry
    5R.YOGESWARANAssistant Professor/Chemistry
    6K. UMAMAHESHWARIAssistant Professor/Chemistry
    7K.PUKAZHVANIAssistant Professor/Chemistry
    8A.SINDHUKAVIAssistant Professor/Chemistry
    9Dr.B.RAJARATHINAMAssistant Professor/Chemistry

    DEPARTMEMT OF MATHEMATICS
    Name Qualification Designation
    10K. KARTHICKAssistant Professor/Mathematics
    11V.TAMILSELVAN Assistant Professor/Mathematics
    12S.ANANDHA JOTHIAssistant Professor/Mathematics
    13G.ELILARASIAssistant Professor/Mathematics
    14M.VIJIYAKUMARAssistant Professor/Mathematics
    15A.SELVAKUMARAssistant Professor/Mathematics
    16G.DHARMARAJAssistant Professor/Mathematics
    17S.RAJAN Assistant Professor/Mathematics
    18M. RAMESHAssistant Professor/Mathematics

    DEPARTMEMT OF ENGLISH
    Name Qualification Designation
    19S.AMUDHA Assistant Professor/English
    20L.MOHANAPRIYAAssistant Professor/English
    21P.SAKTHIVELAssistant Professor/English

    Facilities


    Department of Physics

    The Department of Physics provides high quality Physics education, producing well prepared graduates who are confident in their abilities and understanding of Physics. The department's objective is to impart very good training in engineering based Physics in the first year. The knowledge gained here will have a sound footing in all later semesters. The mission of our department is to offer appropriate curricular inputs related to Analytical Physics.


    Department of Chemistry

    The Chemistry Department provides the opportunity for an undergraduate student to obtain a thorough fundamental knowledge of all fields of chemistry. From the very beginning both teaching and research remained very important in this department. In teaching, the classroom as well as laboratory teaching is given equal importance. More important than the formal lecture and laboratory courses is the intellectual environment provided by the department.


    Department of Mathematics

    Mathematics plays a vital role in the scientific study of various processes and activities in problem of all walks of life. The Department of Mathematics offers courses in Engineering Mathematics, Probability & Random processes, Discrete Mathematics and Computational Mathematics to qualify the students in the respective fields. A variety of innovative programmes on Mathematics are conducted for students to improve their knowledge in application of Mathematics and ability to work in a team.


    Department of English

    The Department of English of Tagore Institute of Engineering and Technology is dynamic with resources keen on developing the overall language skills of the students. It strives to attain this objective by imparting communication skills to the budding Technocrats in both social and professional contexts. Apart from the regular course work, the Department handles classes for the senior students, training them to enhance their job skills through Soft Skills and Spoken English. English Literary and Debating Society are part of its regular activity. The English Language Lab helps in honing the cognitive skills and caters to the Intellectual Zeal of the learners providing a conducive aura and ambiance.

    LANGUAGE LAB:-
    • The lab has Hi Class Software (Installed in 2008) which offers a variety of functions such as Recording, High Speed Copying, Test Preparation, Student Monitoring, Teacher/Student Call, Group Conferencing, etc.
    • The main console is connected to 30 listening booths which have been specially designed for student-teacher interaction, and greater concentration for language learning.
    • The lab also has a large number of cassettes and books for all levels: beginners, intermediate and advanced.
    • Variety of listening and speaking drills for Remedial English classes.
    • Benefits students who are deficient in English and also aims at confidence-building for interviews and competitive examinations.
    • The Language Laboratory sessions also include word games, quizzes, extemporary speaking, debates, skits etc.

    Carnival


    INAUGURATION FUNCTION 2012-2013

    The classes for I-year student for the academic year 2012-2013 were inaugurated on 10th September 2012. Dr. T. Krishnakumar, Head, Department of Science and Humanities given a welcome address and Dr. P. Prakasam, Principal delivered a principal address. Thiru K. Vijayakumar, President, Tagore Educational Institutions delivered the presidential address. The felicitation address was given by the management members. The chief guest address delivered by the Thiru P. Somasundaram, Educational Committee member, Tagore Educational Institution. Finally the vote of thanks given by Mr. K. Balasubramaniyan, Head, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.


    INAUGURATION FUNCTION 2013-2014

    The classes for I-year student for the academic year 2013-2014 inaugurated on 1st August 2013. Dr. T. Krishnakumar, Head, Department of Science and Humanities given a welcome address and Dr.P. Prakasam, Principal delivered a principal address. The presidential address was given by Thiru. K. Vijayakumar, President, Tagore Educational Institution. The felicitation address was given by the management members. The chief guest address delivered by the famous media speaker Thiru. Suba Marimuthu. Finally the vote of thanks given by Mr. K. Balasubramaniyan, Head, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.


    FRESHERS DAY 2014-2015

    The classes for I-year student for the academic year 2014-2015 were inaugurated on 1st August 2014. Dr. T. Krishnakumar, Head, Department of Science and Humanities given a welcome address and Dr. A. Sivasubramanian, Principal delivered a principal address. The felicitation address was given by the management members. The chief guest address delivered by the Thiru P. Somasundaram, President, Tagore Educational Institution. Finally the vote of thanks given by Ms. K. Nithya, Assistant Professor, Department of English.


    INDEPENDENCE DAY

    Department of Science & Humanities organized the Independence day celebration on 13th August 2014 for the 1st year students in college seminar hall. Dr. T. Krishnakumar, Head, Department of Science and Humanities given a welcome address and Dr. A. Sivasubramanian, Principal delivered a principal address. The felicitation address was given by the management members. Thiru P. Somasundaram, President, Tagore Educational Institution delivered the chief guest address about the Independence and our patriotism. The students exhibited their cultural events and skills related to Independence Day. Finally the vote of thanks given by Ms. K. Nithya, Assistant Professor, Department of English.


    Research Group


    The following are the research groups available in S & H:

    • English Club
    • Nano Technology
    • Nano physics
    • Organic chemistry
    • Non - Organic chemistry

    Research Activities


    1. T. Krishnakumar, Nicola Pinna, K. Prasanna Kumari, K. Perumal and R. Jayaprakash "Microwave-assisted synthesis and characterization of tin oxide nanoparticles", Materials Letters, Vol. 62, pp.3437-3440, 2008.
    2. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, V.N. Singh, B.R. Mehta and A. R. Phani "Synthesis and characterization of tin oxide nanoparticle for humidity sensor application", Journal of NanoResearch, Vol.4, pp91-101, 2008.
    3. T. Krishnakumar, Nicola Pinna, K. Perumal and R. Jayaprakash "Preparation and characterization of SnO nanoplatelets by microwave Innovative technique", American Institute of Physics (AIP), pp122-125, 978-0-7354-0523-3/08.
    4. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, Nicola Pinna, V.N. Singh, B.R. Mehta and A. R. Phani "Microwave-assisted synthesis and characterization of flower shaped zinc oxide nanostructures", Materials Letters, Vol. 63, pp.242-245, 2009.
    5. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, M. Parthibavarman, A. R. Phani, V.N. Singh "Microwave-assisted synthesis and investigation of SnO2 nanoparticles", Materials Letters, Vol. 63, pp.896-898, 2009.
    6. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, Nicola Pinna, A. R. Phani, M. Passacantando and S. Santucci "Structural, optical and electrical characterization of antimony substituted tin oxide nanoparticles", Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, Vol.70, pp.993–999, 2009.
    7. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, N. Pinna A. Donato, N. Donato, G. Micali, G. Neri, "Sb-SnO2 Nanosized-based resistive sensors for NO2 detection", Journal of sensors, Vol.2009, Article ID 980965, 2009.
    8. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, N. Pinna, N. Donato, A. Bonavita, G. Micali, G. Neri, "CO Gas Sensing of ZnO Nanostructures Synthesized by an Assisted Microwave Wet Chemical Route", Sensor and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol.143, pp.198-204, 2009.
    9. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, D. Sathiyaraj, N. Donato M. Latino, G. Neri, "Synthesis and characterization of Cd(OH)2 nanowires obtained by a microwave-assisted chemical route", Science of Advanced Materials, Vol.2, pp.1–6, 2010.
    10. T. Arunkumar, R. Jayaprakash, T. Prakash, T. Krishnakumar, Sanjaykumar, "Analysis of evaporation rate in the solar still by using the synthesized SnO2 sensor device" Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials Vol. 4, pp. 995 – 997, 2010.
    11. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, Nicola Pinna, V.N. Singh and A. R. Phani, "Microwave-Assisted Synthesis, Characterization and Ammonia Sensing Properties of Polymer-Capped Star-Shaped Zinc Oxide Nanostructures", Journal of Nanoparticle Research, Vol. 13, pp. 3327-3334, 2011.
    12. T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, T. Prakash, D. Sathyaraj, N. Donato, S. Licoccia, M. Latino, A. S. Aricò, G. Neri, "CdO-based nanostructures as novel CO2 gas sensors", Nanotechnology, Vol. 22, pp. 325501-325508, 2011.
    13. D. Sathya Raj T. Krishnakumar, R. Jayaprakash, T. Prakash, G. Leonardi, G. Neri, "CO sensing characteristics of hexagonal-shaped CdO nanostructures prepared by microwave irradiation", Sensor and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol.171– 172, pp.853– 859, 2012.
    14. D. Sathya Raj, R. Jayaprakash, T. Prakash, Sanjay kumar, G. Neri, T. Krishnakumar, "Impact of n-heptane as surfactant in the formation of CdO nanowires through microwave combustion", Applied Surface Science, Vol.266, pp.268– 271, 2013.
    15. N. Rajesh, J.C Kannan, G. Neri, T. Krishnakumar, "Sensing behavior to ethanol of tin oxide nanoparticles prepared by microwave synthesis with different irradiation time", Sensor and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol.194 pp.96-104, 2014.
    16. N. Rajesh, J.C Kannan, G. Neri, T. Krishnakumar, "Microwave irradiation effect on structural, optical and thermal properties of Cadmium oxide nanostructures", Acta Physica, Polonica. A, Vol.125, pp.1117-1123, 2014.
    17. N. Rajesh, J.C. Kannan, S.G. Leonardi, G. Neri, T. Krishnakumar, "Investigation of CdO nanostructures synthesized by microwave-assisted irradiation technique for NO2 detection", Journal of Alloy and Compounds, Vol. 607, pp.54-60, 2014.
    18. T. Krishnakumar, N. Pinna, A. Bonavita, G. Micali, G. Rizzo, G. Neri "Microwave-assisted synthesis of metal oxide nanostructures for sensing applications", Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, 91, pp.55-59. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-1324-6_7.
    19. Krishnakumar T, Marutha senthil S and Jayaprakash R., "Synthesis and characterization of nano crystalline tin oxide (SnO2)", International workshop on Nanoscience technology (Sponsored by UGS and ICTP - Italy), Anna University, February 13th – 17th 2006.
    20. Krishnakumar T, Marutha senthil S and Jayaprakash R., "Synthesis of nano crystalline tin oxide (SnO2)", National Conference on advance in Material Science (NCMS-2006), Periyar University, February 16th & 17th 2006.
    21. Marutha senthil S, Krishnakumar T and Jayaprakash R., "Preparation and characterization of aluminium ferrite nanoparticles", National Conference on advance in Material Science (NCMS-2006), Periyar University, February 16th & 17th 2006.
    22. Krishnakumar T, Marutha senthil S and Jayaprakash R., "Synthesis of crystalline tin-oxide nanoparticle at 60°C", 8th International conference on Nanostructured materials (Nano-2006), IISc, Bangalore, August 20th – 25th 2006.
    23. Krishnakumar T, Prasanna Kumari K, Kesevan M, and Jayaprakash R., "Synthesis and Characterization of antimony-doped tin oxide nanoparticle by chemical method", International Conference on NanoScience and Nanotechnology (ICNSNT-2006), Madras University, August 26th-28th 2006.
    24. Krishnakumar T, Prasannna Kumari K and Jayaprakash R., "Innovative Microwave technique for synthesizing shape-controlled SnO2 nanopowder", International Conference on Nanomaterial and its Applications, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, February 4-6 2007.
    25. Prasannna Kumari K, Krishnakumar T and Jayaprakash R., "Synthesis and structural analysis of tin oxide nanoparticle by chemical digestion method" International conference on Materials science research and Nanotechnology, Mother Teresa Women's University, Kodaikanal, February 27-29 2008.
    26. Krishnakumar T, Nicola Pinna, Parthibavarman. M, Phani. A.R, Perumal. K and Jayaprakash R., "Structural Investigation of antimony substituted tin oxide nanoparticles by Microwave Technique" International conference on Materials science research and Nanotechnology, Mother Teresa Women's University, Kodaikanal, February 27-29 2008.

    Achievements


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    Contact Information


    Head of the Department,
    Department of Science and Humanist's,
    Tagore Institute of Engineering and Technology,
    Deviyakurichi - 636 112
    Attur(Tk),Salem(Dt).

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