First Year Department

First Year Department

The 1st Year Department of Engineering is imparting knowledge through teaching and creating implementation of practical aspects to build a solid foundation as part of the Engineering Education. It is one of the fundamental departments of Arya College of Engineering & Research Centre and plays a vital role in teaching basic sciences courses as prescribed by the curriculum of the university in the I year of Engineering programme

The department is backed by very highly educated, talented & dedicated faculty members to fulfill their task. In addition to the primary teaching duties discharged by them; many of them have their publications in National as well as International Journals of repute for attaining perfection in their profession. The humanities and social sciences constitute a whole universe of intellectual domains, spanning the entire range of knowledge pertinent to human relationships, our history and prospects for the future. Indeed, B.Tech students have for long found the experience of taking courses in these departments eye-opening, valuing throughout their lives even with their limited exposure to Socratic forms of dialogue and reasoning. Arya group of college being the best engineering in college in Jaipur, Rajasthan provides the huge research platform to its student for their better growth and development.

Salient Features:

  • Reputed professional disciplined work culture for quality education.
  • Excellent Result, University Merit positions of students.
  • Highly Experienced, qualified, competent and devoted faculties and skilled technical, non-technical staff.
  • Continuous Assessment of student, teacher-Guardian Scheme and career counseling.
  • Motivational and rewards to meritorious students and special attention towards weak students.
  • Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for technical and personal development of students.
  • Expert guest lectures, seminar, workshop for right aptitude development of students.
  • Special Student Development classes (SDC) to enhance communication skills & soft-skills.
  • To provide basic knowledge in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Necessary foundation in various concepts of Engineering.
  • To motivate students to prepare for competitive examinations enabling them to pursue higher studies their by promoting Development activities.
  • To impart training to enable the students to envisage the real time problems related to the subjects.

DEPARTMENT SPECIALIZATIONS:

FOCUS AREA:

The teaching module comprise of lectures, tutorials and practicals. The methodology adopted in the classroom teaching is based on the application of innovative strategies, comprehensive lectures, regular assignments and interaction between teachers and students.

DIGITAL NOTES:

Our classes are made interactive with the use of power point presentations, videos and demos, wherever possible. Students are encouraged to give seminars on latest developments on some of the topics being taught.

EVALUATION SYSTEM:

The department has its unique way of evaluating the performance of students. Regular assignments and unit test at the completion of each unit guides the students about RTU curriculum and therefore boost their confidence for the examination.

The department also conducts test series for the students in order to improve their performance in the examination. Extra classes are also conducted if the students are not able to understand certain topics.

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT (SDC) AND CAMPUS RECRUITMENT TRAINING (CRT) CELLS:

A group of ignited minds clustered together to provide regular inputs for the complete development of a student. The main objective of student development cell (SDC) is to identify the potential of each student and to facilitate them in achieving their academic goods through various clues.

It provides an exclusive platform for different dimension of learning networking and socializing outside of the classroom. SDC organizes a variety of events such as workshops, skill development courses, power lecture series, motivational seminars, value added courses and many more to mention.

NO. OF SEATS:

The students of the department have been able to secure campus placements in many reputed companies including:

B. Tech Civil Engineering 120 Seats
B. Tech Computer Science & Engineering 150 Seats
B. Tech Computer Science and Design 60 Seats
B. Tech Electrical Engineering 60 Seats

Departmental Labs

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab Electrical Machine Lab - I Electrical Machine Lab - II
Electrical Measurement Lab Power Electronics Lab Control System Lab
High Voltage Engineering Lab Power System Lab Modeling & Simulation Lab
PLC Lab Project & R & D Lab 1.1 KV GSS Lab
Electric Drive & Control Lab Computer Lab Orell Digital English Software Lab
Physics Labs
Physics Dark Room
Chemistry Labs
Electrical & Electronics Lab
Language lab
FACULTY LIST
S.No. Title Name Department Designation
1 Dr. GEETA GARWA FY Professor
2 Dr. NEETA RAISINGHANI FY Professor
3 Dr. SONAM FY Associate Professor
4 Dr. SUNIL KUMAR SHARMA FY Professor
5 Dr. UMA SHANKER FY Professor
6 Mr. AMIT KUMAR FY Assistant Professor
7 Mr. NITIN SINGH FY Assistant Professor
8 Mrs. KHUSHBU SHARMA FY Assistant Professor
9 Mrs. SANGEETA PANCHAL FY Assistant Professor
10 Ms. POOJA KHANDELWAL FY Assistant Professor
11 Mr. SHAILESH FY Assistant Professor
12 Mr. KARAN KAUSHIK ME Assistant Professor
13 Ms. IRA JOSHI ECE Assistant Professor
14 Mr. RAKESH SHARMA EE Assistant Professor
15 Mr. VIREN - FAGERIA CSE Assistant Professor
16 Mr. SAGAR PRADHAN CSE Assistant Professor
17 Ms. Ankita Jain FY Assistant Professor
List of Program Outcomes
PO-1 Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics and science, with fundamentals of Computer Science & Engineering to be able to solve complex engineering problems related to CSE.
PO-2 Problem Analysis: Identify, Formulate, review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems related to CSE and reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
PO-3 Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems related to CSE and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural societal and environmental considerations.
PO-4 Conduct Investigations of Complex problems: Use research–based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO-5 Modern Tool Usage: Create, Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to computer science related complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO-6 The Engineer and Society: Apply Reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the CSE professional engineering practice.
PO-7 Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the CSE professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO-8 Ethics: Apply Ethical Principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO-9 Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary Settings.
PO-10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large such as able to comprehend and with write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and
PO-11 Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi disciplinary environments.
PO-12 Life-Long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning the broadest context of technological change.
S.No. Course Code Course Title Course Outcomes (COs)
1 1FY3/2FY3-06 Programming For Problem Solving
  • CO1: Graduates gain ability tounderstand the fundamental of computer architecture and stored programs. It provides the basic understanding of software used in the compilation process.
  • CO2: Graduates will able to analyze and understand programming language in the context of basic structure of C programming, data types, operators, variable declaration and input/output function.
  • CO3: Graduates gain ability to develop programs using the basic elements likecontrol statements with conditional and iterative statements, arrays, strings and pointers.
  • CO4: Graduates can understand the concept of effective usage of structures and functions to understand the memory management concepts. It elaborates the issues in file organization and the usage of file systems.
  • CO5: Graduates gain ability to obtain the knowledge about the number systems which will be very useful for bitwise operations.
2 1FY1/2FY1-04 Communication Skill
  • CO1: Graduates gain ability to understand classes needed for the communication major and emphasis. They should become acquainted with practicums, internships and job opportunities.
  • CO2: Graduate will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form. They will develop a better, presentation skill on academic and personal grounds that will enhance their personality in all aspects.
  • CO3: Graduate will be able to enhance reading and writing skills by analyzing various comprehensions.
  • CO4: Graduate will be able to enhance reading and writing skills by analyzing various literary texts.They should be able to mould the fictious world to the real world.
  • CO5: Graduate will be able to learn the use of poetic devices and they should enhance their style of writing.
3 1FY2/2FY2-03 Engineering Chemistry
  • CO1: To define, determine, remove hardness & purify the water by applying suitable techniques.
  • CO2: To determine, numerically calculate & analyze calorific value of different fuels. Also synthesize synthetic petrol through various methods. Identify instrumental techniques for analysis & analyze the quality parameters of chemical fuels.
  • CO3: To define & analyze engineering problems related to corrosion &solve the corrosion problems by different techniques & methods.
  • CO4: To manufacture Cement & Glass by suitable technology. Identify & compare the materials like cement , glass best suited for construction.
  • CO5: To understand the reaction mechanism involved in the synthesis of various chemicals & drugs.
4 1FY2-01 Engineering Mathematics
  • CO1: Interpret the area enclosed between curves as a definite integral and compute its value.
  • CO2: Use comparison with a corresponding integral with other series to decide whether infinite series (including p-series) converge or diverge.
  • CO3: Represent continuous-time periodic signals using Fourier series.
  • CO4: Manipulate vectors to perform geometrical calculations in three dimensions.
  • CO5: Use Green’s theorem and the Divergence theorem to compute integrals.
5 2FY2-01 Engineering Mathematics
  • CO1: Use computational techniques and algebraic skills essential for the study of systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, vector spaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, orthogonality and diagonalization. (Computational and Algebraic Skills).
  • CO2: Analyze real world scenarios to recognize when ordinary differential equations (ODEs) or systems of ODEs are appropriate, formulate problems about the scenarios, creatively model these scenarios (using technology, if appropriate) in order to solve the problems using multiple approaches, judge if the results are reasonable, and then interpret and clearly communicate the results.
  • CO3: Use computational tools to solve problems and applications of Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations.
  • CO4: Apply partial derivative equation techniques to predict the behaviour of certain phenomena.
  • CO4: Use appropriate numerical methods to study phenomena modelled with partial derivative equations.
6 1FY1/2FY1-05 Human Value
  • CO1: Graduates gain ability to understand the Values needed to became good human being .Skill with Values makes the complete meaning of development and complement to each other.
  • CO2: Graduate will be able to understand their goal by self-exploration and able to take Right Decision an every aspect of their personality in all aspects.
  • CO3: Graduate by learning not only in Professional life, all levels of Living/order enable to with Harmony. Harmony with Self along with Harmony of Family.
  • CO4: Graduate by Learning of Values, able to become Self-confident, able to develop to judge the facts and take decision by Natural Acceptance not Merely by Imagination and Pre-condition.
  • CO5:Graduate will be able to learn Professional Ethics and Code of Conduct to lead Discipline life and make Substantial growth both in Professional life and Personal Life.
7 1FY3/2FY3-09 Basic Civil Engineering
  • CO1: Graduates gain to define the scope, Specialization and role of Civil Engineering along with the Impact of infrastructural development on economy of country.
  • CO2: Graduates analyze and understand the field of surveying, its methods and the instruments used in the field to perform the survey work along with applications.
  • CO3: Graduates gain ability to visualize the concept of building construction and can learn to understand the concept of RCC along with the importance of different factors required for building construction.
  • CO4: Graduates can understand the concept of transportation and learn the various traffic signs along with the importance and measures for road safety.
  • CO5: Graduates gain ability to understand the concept of environment engineering which include the concept of ecology and biodiversity, treatment of water, its usage and saving and be able to define and learn about the various environmental pollutions and factors such as global warming, greenhouse effect and climate change.
8 1FY3/2FY3-07 Basic Mechanical Engineering
  • CO1: Graduates understand fundamentals of mechanical engineering. Various classifications of boilers on the basis of direction of axis and flow which will help them to better understanding of boilers and with various accessories and mountings. They understand various steam turbines such as reaction and impulse turbine. they also learn different power plant such as Thermal, nuclear and hydro power plant.
  • CO2: Graduates gain ability to understand the working of centrifugal and reciprocating pumps. They learn various aspects of four stroke and two stroke IC engines along with PV, TS and valve timing diagrams.
  • CO3: Graduates understand about Refrigerants and their nomenclatures. Comparative study of vapour compression refrigeration system and vapour absorption refrigeration system clarify every minute difference between both systems. Graduates gain knowledge about various air conditioning also.
  • CO4: Graduates differentiate and formulate various arrangements such as Open and cross belt drives. Study of rope drive , gear and design of belt for deriving the values of maximum power, tension ratio, velocity ratio, slip and length of belt generate ability to have problem solving approach in graduates.
  • CO5: Graduates gain ability to understand various manufacturing processes such as Casting, forming and joining. Study of various engineering materials help them to know about various metallurgical properties and their proper implementation in engineering aspects. Graduates come to know that how the proper selection of heat treatments such as annealing, normalizing, tempering, hardening and quenching, reduce the dependency on expensive materials.
9 1FY2/2FY2-02 Engineering Physics
  • CO1: Graduates gain ability toknowledge of fundamental physics and basic electrical and/or mechanical engineering principles to include advanced knowledge in one or more engineering disciplines
  • CO2: Graduate will be able to identify, formulate, and solve engineering physics problems.
  • CO3: Graduate will be able to apply the design process to engineering problems.
  • CO4: Graduate will be able to formulate, conduct, analyze and interpret experiments in engineering physics.
  • CO5: Graduate will be able to use modern engineering physics techniques and tools, including software and laboratory instrumentation.
10 1FY3/2FY3-08 Basic Electrical Engineering
  • CO1: Graduates gain ability tounderstand the basics of Electrical DC circuits solving, and understand various DC circuit solving technique by learning theorems
  • CO2: Graduates analyze and understand the AC representation in single and tree phase, and its working and characteristics.
  • CO3: Graduates gain ability to visualize and identify Electrical Machine., motor and generator and can learn to draw construction parts.
  • CO4: Graduates can understand the Design of semiconductors. Understanding and analyzing of converter, inverter, rectifier and their practical application.
  • CO5: Graduates gain ability to understand the LT switchgears and their layout, configurations; they can also learn the different kind of switchgear and Earthing techniques.

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