Goals and objectives of Mathematics:
The main goal of the Mathematics Department is to teach all students to think logically and critically. The curriculum prescribed by GTU supports the development of higher level mathematical skills and computing expertise for students in fields such as the Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and various branches of engineering as well as the departmental programs and activities provide opportunities for academic excellence.
Upon completion of the prescribed program of study in mathematics, the students should be able to:
- Recognize that mathematics is an art as well as a powerful foundational tool of science & Engineering with endless applications.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical concepts and axiomatic underpinnings of mathematics and an ability to construct proofs at the appropriate level.
- Demonstrate competency in mathematical modeling of complex phenomena, problem solving and decision making.
- Demonstrate a level of proficiency in quantitative and computing skills sufficient to meet the demands of society upon modern educated women as global leaders.
Goals and objectives of Physics:
- To help students understand the role of Physics in Engineering and to see the connections between science, current events and physical phenomena.
- To give students the information and instincts needed to apply principles to new and unfamiliar problems.
- To give students the skills needed to work with modern electronic equipment to acquire data and the ability to analyze the results obtained.
- To develop student’s ability to communicate correct physical content and reasoning in both written and oral form.
- To equip students with the skills and confidence to be lifelong learners.
- Accommodating their relevant fields in allied disciplines and to allow the graduates of engineering to fit into the inter-disciplinary environment.
- To determine a breadth and depth of knowledge of physics which would lead to a successful career in a physics related profession such as engineering or education.
- To establish a breadth and depth of knowledge of physics which would allow them to begin a graduate program in engineering.
- Developing creative thinking and the power of imagination to enable graduates work in research in academia and industry for broader application.
- To apply their analytical skills to such diverse of Engineering
- To demonstrate proficiency in the application of physics to problems of science, society, and technology.
Goals and objectives of Communication Skills:
Communication Skills prepares students for the challenges of a society that is shaped by communication. Students develop and integrate knowledge, creativity, ethical practice, and skills. Students also examine and produce work in oral, written, and visual communication and practice skills in group and intercultural communication.
After completion of the Communication Skills course, students would be able to:
- Apply appropriate communication skills in front of audiences.
- Demonstrate knowledge of communication theory and application.
- Build and maintain healthy and effective interpersonal relationships.
- Use technology to communicate effectively in various settings and contexts.
- Demonstrate appropriate and professional ethical behaviour.