Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities

Silicon Institute of Technology established the Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities (BSH), the groundwork of all engineering education, in 2001, to provide a strong foundation in different basic sciences, enhance professional communication skills and instill human values in the students across various engineering programs.

The Department offers courses on Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Management, Economics, Environmental Science and Engineering and English Communication and Soft Skills.

Specific courses provide diverse learning experiences through interactive teaching-learning processes, preparing them for rewarding careers, supporting their personal development, and fostering their interests and contribution towards social progress.

The Department of BSH is approved by AICTE.

Vision

To become a department with an impetus towards research-oriented academics while strengthening the essential fundamentals of science, mathematics, humanities & engineering studies.

Mission

To work towards the holistic development of pupils in areas of both academics and life skills, by imparting in-depth knowledge of subjects with ethical considerations in mind,in order to meet the challenges of society.

All first year students

8

Disciplines

Courses offered in all four years

80

Research Publications

BSH Faculty

The Department has well-experienced and highly qualified faculty members with doctoral degrees in physical sciences, chemical sciences, mathematical sciences, engineering sciences, management, psychology, and humanities. Few of the faculty members hold postdoctoral research experience in physical sciences.

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Teaching & Learning

SiliconTech ensures personalized instruction and individual attention to all students. Beyond classroom teaching, faculty members undertake consultancy projects which provide students with opportunities to learn through real-world industry and research work. Seminars, symposiums, and conferences organized throughout the year connect students to experts from outside the institute, introduce them to new developments in the field of technology and help them build networks.

Summer Internships

Learn new skills and upskill in the latest technologies through project based training. Go to Summer Internships

Practice School

Experiential learning through real time problem solving in industry environments. Go to Practice School

Research Areas

Research in Basic Sciences focuses on nanomaterials, operator theory, projective and finite geometry, fluid mechanics, liquid physics, etc. In Humanities, the areas of research include labour economics and agriculture economics, banking entrepreneurship, monetary economics, american literature, women’s studies in literature, applied linguistics, intersemiotic translations, counselling psychology, child rights, and mental health and well-being.

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News & Events

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Sep '2022

Department of BSH organizes an FDP on ‘Blogging and Social Media Etiquettes’

SiliconTech’s department of BSH (Basic Sciences and Humanities) organized an FDP on ‘Blogging and Social Media Etiquettes’ on 9 September 2022. The objective of this FDP was to educate the participants on the effective ways of blogging and sensitizing them about the social media trends and protocols that are in vogue. The FDP was conducted […]
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17

Mar '2022

BSH department conducts a National Workshop on FMET

The Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities (BSH) conducted a four-day national workshop on ‘Functional Materials for Emerging Technology (FMET)’ from 14 – 17 March 2022 in the online mode. This workshop was 4th of a series of national workshops on FMET organized by the BSH department at SiliconTech. The objective of the workshop was […]
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Contact Us

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North Block
2nd Floor, Room No: 03-07

Dr. Manoranjan Behera

Head of the Department

manoranjan@silicon.ac.in

9937289499/7381499499 (Extn: 225)

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