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Shri S’ad Vidya Mandal Institute of Technology (SVMIT)

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SVMIT is managed by Shri S’ad Vidya Mandal trust popularly known as SVM established in 1954 as a result of inspiration and blessings of Swami Shri Atulanandji.

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Applied Science and Humanities is the department specializing various fields like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Physical Education, Management, Environmental Science, English etc. The Gujarat Technological University’s (GTU) first year syllabus comprises many subjects from this list. The Department has well equipped laboratories for all the fields. The objective of the department is to build up the foundation of the newly admitted students through communication skills, classroom lectures, laboratory work, physical and metal activities etc. The department has well experienced and dedicated faculty members with specialization in various disciplines.

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Dr. Parul M. Patel

Assistant Professor

Email Id parul.patel@svmit.ac.in

Qualification Ph.D.

Date of Joining 14 August 2001

Area of Interest Polymer Chemistry, Environmental Engineering & Research

Dr. Nirali H. Gondaliya

Assistant Professor

Email Id nirali.gondaliya@svmit.ac.in

Qualification Ph.D.

Date of Joining 01 September 2006

Area of Interest Nano composite materials, Plasticizers, Electrolyte materials

Ms. Gayatri S. Prajapati

Adhoc Assistant Professor

Email Id gayatri.prajapati@svmit.ac.in

Qualification M.Sc (Applied Mathematics)

Date of Joining 10 February 2015

Area of Interest Numerical Methods , Differential Equations

Ms. Nensi A. Gandhi

Adhoc Assistant Professor

Email Id nensi.gandhi@svmit.ac.in

Qualification M.Sc (Pure Mathematics)

Date of Joining 22 August 2016

Area of Interest Numerical Method, Special Function

Prathmesh S. Nanawati

Lab Assistant

Email Id janoo198374@gmail.com

Qualification M.Sc (chemistry)

Date of Joining 16 March 1998

Area of Interest Reading

Sanjay J. Rana

Attendant

Email Id -

Qualification 12 th Pass

Date of Joining 28 August 1998

Area of Interest Writing and Reading

Mr. Mukesh I. Rana

Lab Attendant

Email Id ajay.rana1399@gmail.com

Qualification ITI

Date of Joining 06 August 2007

Area of Interest Machine, Structure etc Filler and other machine related work

Chemistry is an international language, linking the physical and biological sciences, the atmospheric and earth sciences, the medical and agricultural sciences. Chemical language is rich and fascinating creates images of great aesthetic beauty. Chemistry department have two laboratories, one isorganic-Inorganic chemistry laboratory and second is Physical chemistry laborator


Organic-Inorganic chemistry laboratory


To learn the applied, organic, inorganic experiments like; Quantitative analysis, Qualitative analysis, Estimation, Preparation and Titration of organic and inorganic compounds. Oven, table reagents and glassware storage table facilities provide in this laboratory.

 

Physical chemistry laboratory


To study about physique properties and analysis of chemical compounds. This laboratory provide some instruments facilities such as; conductivity, D. C. power supply, Electronic digital balance, Heating mental, Magnetic stirrer, pH meter, Pykno meter, Round hot plate, Spectro photo meter, Viscometer, Stop clock and water bath etc…

Physics generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances. Study of physics develops the ability of Problem Solving, Logical Thinking and also the Ability to think intellectually. Physic, helps to generates fundamental knowledge needed for the future technological advances.as well as the standard curriculum for undergraduate engineering moves parallel to the basic concepts of physics.

 

“Physicists are the dreamer and discoverers of the concept, while engineers are the one who make those dream a reality and create the world that never was.” ---- Nirali Gondaliya.


Physics Laboratory;

A well-equipped laboratory with various equipment’s as follows


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           Particulars

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To Determine Band Gap In Semiconductor.        Make- Nvis                      Model- Nv 6105

O2

To Study Hall Effect  In Semiconductor. Diode & Determine The Allied Parameter                        Make –Nvis                      Model-6101

O3

Solar Energy Trainer(Solar Cell)             Make- Nvis                        Moedl   6005

O4

To Measure Wave Length Of Laser Lightly Diffraction Grating Method                             Make-Nvis                       Model - 6110

O5

Experiment Set Up To Find The Bend Gap Insemiconductor By Study Of Reveres Current Char. Of Pn Junction With Temperaure.                 Make – Nvis                   Model-Nv 6106

O6

Experiment Set Up Tostudy The Characterisitics Of Semiconductor Diode And Zenner Diode

O7

Characteristic Of Led                                 Make-Nvis                   Model-Nv 65o1

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Introductory Nano Kit                                      Make Nvis                       Model- Nv 4501

O9

Tomeasurenumerical Aperture &Path Loss Of Fiber Optic System Make – ScintechModel – St – 2501Elymentary Fiber Optic Trainer – Simgle Channel

 

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To Determine Sound Intensity Using Decibel Meter In Different Environment(Decibel)Meter) Make-Scientech Models 501

Other Major Instruments

1.      Spectrometer

  1. Travelling Microscope For Newton’s Ring
  2. Sodium Pump With Choke
  3. Mercury Pump With Choke
  4. Solenoid Apparatus
  5. Stephens Law Apparatus
  6. Photocell Apparatus
  7. Mauls Law Apparatus
  8. Diffraction Grating
  9. Prism
  10. Lamp And Scale With Transformer
  11. Voltammeter And Milivoltameter With Case
  12. Ammeter With Case And Millimeter

Jules Apparatus

Mathematics is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. Math is all around us, in everything we do. It is the building block for everything in our daily lives, including mobile devices, architecture (ancient and modern), art, money, engineering, and even sports.

Since the beginning of recorded history, mathematic discovery has been at the forefront of every civilized society, and in use in even the most primitive of cultures. The needs of math arose based on the wants of society. The more complex a society, the more complex the mathematical needs. Primitive tribes needed little more than the ability to count, but also relied on math to calculate the position of the sun and the physics of hunting.

Importance of Mathematics in Engineering


Mathematics has always been a tough subject to study and the students are always struggling with a fear factor associated with mathematics. Although practice makes a man perfect hold truth in many typical tasks it also hold true for study as well. Mathematics has been too complicated for majority of students. But mathematics as primary subject in core and new engineering course is compulsory in world-wide engineering education. In engineering there are several branches such as computer science engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, electronics and communication engineering, and civil engineering and each branch has different study set focused on the significance of mathematics.

How is Mathematics used in Engineering?

In engineering, math is used to design and develop new components or products, maintain operating components, model real-life situations for testing and learning purposes, as well as build and maintain structures. Math is a core component of every engineering field and is also widely used in research.

Mathematicsmath on the chalkboard

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DivyaBehl, GhadiyaliTasnim, NiraliParmar - Green Technology and its application to nanotechnology (Poster Presentation) Third rank with also given prize cash Rs. 1000/- and consolation prize to each student of group.

Akila Patel, Jignesh Kewale, Dipanshu Verma - Fuel Cell(Poster Presentation)

JagrutiPanchal, Meet Patel, SweetiJadhav - Extraction of Hydrogen from Bio mass (Paper Presentation

Ankit, Hardik and Vibhav - Nanotechnology in field in agriculture and food product (Poster presentation)

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Past Activities

Techfest “Rechem” in 2014-15.

Workshop on “Magic Tricks in Chemistry” in 2015-2016

"Leaders in you"

"Motvation"

"Goal Setting"

Expert Lec on “Dimensions of Soft Skills” & “Decision Making”

“150th Gandhijayanti Celebration “

"Attitude is Everything"

" Eligibility of Students for Election "

Idea to Entrepreneur

Facing Failures and Personality Development[Pu. Sadhu Anirdeshdas (Kothari Swami, BAPS Bharuch Mandir)]

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