School of Engineering & Information Technology
Engineering plays an important role in development of a nation. Infrastructures of different types, machinery / equipment and many more activities essential for living a quality life with latest amenities fall within the ambit of engineering.
It goes without saying that engineering course attracts the attention of every prospective student (and their parents) willing to pursue higher education that promises a bright career.
Engineering encompasses a vast area of application of science and hence there are several branches of specialization in engineering - Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics & Communication, Mechanical, Software etc. It has wide scope of employment and in a developing country like India, where infrastructural development and exploitation of natural resources are the thrust areas of the government, students in a very large number are interested in pursuing an engineering course. As there is a wide range of branches in engineering, there is huge demand for qualified engineers in India.
Engineering basically involves application of basic science and hence the teaching process starts with providing to the students clarity of concepts in basic sciences.
Sanskriti University is committed to imparting quality education to the engineering students with due weightages to theoretical and practical aspects. B.Tech. is the flagship course of the university and necessary attention is paid towards all aspects of teaching-learning process of this course. Besides classroom teaching, NPTEL lectures and similar lectures by eminent educationists form a part of pedagogy followed for ensuring a high standard of teaching. M.Tech. is an advance engineering course offered to the students who have obtained B.Tech. degree.
Since engineering is an extremely popular and important course, Sanskriti University pays greater attention to every relevant parameter - teaching, laboratory, equipments, industrial training etc.
Engineering is based on application and to fulfill essential requirements, various laboratories - as per international standards - have been set-up with the most advanced equipments for proper demonstration about the practical application of the theoretical inputs provided in classroom lectures.
Each laboratory has an instruction manual which clearly writes down the steps to be taken while performing an experiment, the objectives and expected results. Every practical work in the laboratory is done under supervision of experienced and skilled technicians / supervisors and guidance of competent and experienced faculty members.