Shridevi Institute of Engineering and Technology

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The Applied Science Department was established in 2002 within the Sridevi Institute of Engineering and Technology (SIET). It boasts a team of well-qualified and experienced faculty along with comprehensive infrastructure. The primary objective of the department is to equip students for diverse engineering careers while actively engaging in both fundamental and applied research endeavors. With a staff comprising 14 teaching professionals and 5 support personnel, a significant portion holds doctorate degrees. Moreover, young faculty members are notably engaged in research activities, concurrently pursuing Ph.D. studies.

The department's focus lies in the practical application of scientific knowledge within tangible settings. This involves activities such as validating theoretical models utilizing formal science or addressing real-world challenges through the lens of natural science. The interdisciplinary nature of applied science closely aligns with various engineering fields, playing a pivotal role in technological advancement.


Our vision for applied science and academia is to cultivate interdisciplinary collaboration, foster innovation, and drive impactful research that addresses societal challenges.


To pursue excellence in academic knowledge, skills, and behavior for each student, resulting in measured improvement against local, national and world-class standards.

Dr. Sadashivaiah P J


Associate Professor and HOD Physics

Dr. N Chandrasekhar


Dean – Academics, Professor and HOD – Chemistry

Dr. Kishor Kumar M K


Professor and HOD Mathematics


Applied science Department is emphasises on the application of scientific knowledge transferred into a physical environment. Examples include testing a theoretical model through the use of formal science, or solving a practical problem through the use of natural science. Fields of engineering are closely related to applied sciences. Applied science is important for technology development.

The basic sciences are very important subjects in the field of engineering and they form a good base for four year degree engineering Programme of different branches.

The department of Physics was established in the year 2002. The motto of the department is to provide quality education. The department also focuses on teaching engineering Physics theory and laboratory courses to students of all branches of engineering. The department aims in equipping the future engineers with various aspects of Physics. The engineering Physics lab is well furnished with the latest equipment and all the necessary facilities.

The department highly encourages students to keep themselves abreast of new trends in science and technology. The department has well qualified, experienced and highly motivated faculties. Faculty members are involved in various research and development activities in frontier areas such as thin films, glass composite materials and nano-materials and have published papers in reputed international journals. Overall, the department offers a very healthy study and research atmosphere.

The Chemistry Department was established in the year 2002 and has been actively involved in teaching, implementation of new aspects of Chemistry to the UG. PG and Ph.D. students. The Department has dedicated, highly  qualified, experienced and dynamic faculty members.

The Department has well equipped Engineering Chemistry Laboratory laboratories and research laboratory fully equipped with instruments and consumables, and advanced equipment for research activities.

The Department of Mathematics has been an integral part of our Institution since its inception in the year 2002. The major focus of the department is to inculcate mathematical thinking in engineering students. For this, we teach core mathematics courses to students at undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as offer electives in mathematics.

The department is active in research in most areas of pure and applied mathematics, including algebra and number theory, analysis, discrete mathematics, geometry / topology, mathematical finance, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, probability, representation theory, and time-series analysis.

The department faculty have published many papers in national and international journals. In addition, the faculty members have also obtained extramural support to carry out research activities and projects sponsored by VTU, UGC, DST and TEQIP.

The rapid progression witnessed in fields such as medicine, military technology, space exploration, communications, automotive industry, liquid crystals, and nanotechnology underscores the remarkable growth of technology. Scientific research serves as the essential fuel driving this advancement. Therefore, engineering students must possess a solid foundational understanding of the chemistry and physics of materials, whether naturally occurring or synthesized. The fusion of science and technology has become imperative in today’s world, emphasizing the need to cultivate engineers capable of applying mathematical principles to tackle intricate engineering challenges

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