ROYAL SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

CIVIL ENGINEERING

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Civil Engineering Department of RSET was started with Prof.(Dr.) U.C. Kalita as its Head in the year 2009.Prof. (Dr.) Bibha Das Saikia, retired Principal of Assam Engineering College,took overas the Head of this department in 2011. Since time immemorial,Civil Engineering has offered the most versatile means to living of mankind. The domain of core civil engineering isvery vast and requires expertise in fluid mechanics, structural analysis and design, soil mechanics, public health and sanitation, irrigation engineering, disaster management and many more. Presently, the department is supported by well-experienced and dedicated faculty members and laboratory instructors.The department boasts of its first batch student Ms. KasturiBhuyan who topped in Gauhati University in 2013.

CURRICULUM

The curriculum of the department is so designed that the young minds can gradually relate their preliminary concepts of basic sciences with the technical aspects of this multi-disciplinary department. The beginners to Civil Engineering are introduced to concept-oriented subjects such as Engineering Graphics and Basic Civil Engineering.
Having grasped the basics, the students are in a position to apply their knowledge in handling subjects that demand advanced level of understanding and application. The advanced courses enable the students to gain mastery over structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, earthquake engineering etc.

EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING

Laboratories and projects provide a crucial insight into the practical applicability of these subjects. The department is well equipped with a number of laboratories covering Structural, Geotechnical, Transportation, Geoscience, Concrete Technology and Environmental Engineering. Also, students are given an opportunity to learn graphical representation of civil engineering structures using sophisticated softwares such as AUTOCAD, STAAD-PRO in the Computer Laboratory. Final year students get a hands-on experience to materialize their concepts and ideas into executing in-situ solutions for hardcore civil engineering challenges through project work. The department also facilitates ample exposure to the students to gain practical experience through industrial training and site visits.

PEDAGOGY

In an endeavor to impart quality education to our students, the faculty members of Civil Engineering Dept. put greater emphasis on concept-building via effective individual student-teacher interaction, power–point presentations, seminars and practical oriented learning through laboratory experiments and field trips. The academic activities of the department emphasize deep understanding, development of creative ability to handle the different challenges of Civil Engineering and other analytical abilities to solve problems which are interdisciplinary in nature.

COURSE OUTLINE

B.Tech Programme in Civil Engineering

First Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics I
2 Physics I
3 Chemistry I
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I
5 Introduction to Computing
6 English Communication & Technical Report Writing
7 Engineering Graphics I
8 Physics I Lab
9 Chemistry I Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I Lab
11 Inroduction to Computing Lab

Second Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics II
2 Physics II
3 Chemistry II
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II
5 Basic Mechanical Engineering
6 Basic Civil Engineering
7 Environmental Science
8 Physics II Lab
9 Chemistry II Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II Lab
11 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
12 Workshop

Third Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics III
2 Solid Mechanics
3 Building Construction
4 Engineering Surveying I
5 Basic Fluid Mechanics
6 Sociology
7 Solid Mechanics Lab
8 Engineering Surveying I Lab
9 Basic Fluid Mechanics Lab
10 Building Drawing and Autocad Lab

Fourth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Numerical Methods & Computation
2 Structural Analysis I
3 Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines
4 Engineering Surveying II
5 Engineering Geology And Rock Mechanics
6 Economics and Accountancy
7 Numerical Methods & Computation Lab
8 Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines Lab
9 Engineering Geology & Rock Mechanics Lab
10 Engineering Surveying II Lab

Fifth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Hydrology
2 Structural Analysis II
3 Design of Structures I
4 Transportation Engineering I
5 Concrete Technology
6 Principles of Management
7 Design of Structures I Lab
8 Transportation Engineering I Lab
9 Concrete Technology Lab

Sixth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Irrigation Engineering
2 Structural Analysis III
3 Design of Structures II
4 Geotechnical Engineering I
5 Transportation Engineering II
6 Environmental Engineering I
7 Design of Structures II Lab
8 Geotechnical Engineering I Lab
9 Transportation Engineering II Lab
10 Environmental Engineering I Lab

Seventh Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Design of Structures III
2 Environmental Engineering II
3 Geotechnical Engineering II
4 Quantity Survey & Estimation
5 Elective-I (Open Channel Flow/ Environmental Geotechnics / Advanced Engineering Geosciences/ Solid Waste Management/ Optimization Techniques )
6 Elective-II (Humanities)
7 Design of Structures III Lab
8 Environmental Engineering II Lab
9 Project
10 Seminar on Summer Training

Eighth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Design of Structures IV
2 Construction Project Management
3 Elective- III (Water Resources Engineering)
4 Elective –IV (Earthquake Engineering)
5 Elective –V (Engineering System Analysis & Design/ Planning for Sustainable Development/ Disaster Management/)
6 Design of Structures IV Lab
7 Project
8 Comprehensive Viva

The detailed curriculum & syllabus can be found at http://www.astu.org.in/BtechSyllabus.php

ACADEMIC - INDUSTRY INTERFACE

Workshops on regular basis are conducted with industry professionals for recent Structural and Design software like Staad-Pro, AutoCad etc.Experts from industry and renowned technical institutes are invited to present lectures and to interact with students and faculty members. It is mandatory for the pre-final year students to undergo a month long training at an industry or organization that caters to their domain of interest. Some of the organizations that our students have undergone training are Public Health Engineering Department, Gammon India Ltd., Public Works Department (Roads), Public Works Department (Buildings), Star Cement, National Highway Authority of India, Mott-Macdonald, NEEPCO, IIT Guwahati etc.

LEARNING FACILITIES

The Department is equipped with the following modern laboratories:

  • Computer Lab
  • Surveying Lab
  • Geology Lab
  • Environmental Engineering Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Geotechnical Engineering Lab
  • Transportation Lab
  • Concrete Technology Lab
  • Solid Mechanics Lab
  • Structural Design Lab

IMPORTANT EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE

Digital universal testing machine, Compression testing machine, Impact testing machine, Hardness testing machine, Nephelo-turbiditimeter, Distillation unit, Jar Testing Machine, BOD incubator, COD Testing Machine, Theodolite, Prismatic compass, Los-Angeles Abrasion Testing Machine, Marshell Testing Machine, California Bearing Ratio Testing Machine, Thickness Gauge and Length Gauge, Pycnometer, Ductility Testing Machine, Direct Shear Testing Machine, Triaxial Testing Machine, Unconfined Compressive Strength Testing Machine, Permeability Testing Machine, Consolidometer, Cone Penetrometer, Slump Cone, Cement Mortar Vibratory Machine, Vicat Apparatus.

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

COURSE OVERVIEW

Welcome to the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department of RSET. TheB.Tech.programme is designed to create innovators and researchers since its inception in the year 2009. Initially affiliated to Gauhati University, it is now affiliated to Assam Science and Technology University, Assam. Students are given a strong foundation in CSE that coversboth software and hardware. Computer science courses are introduced in the very first semester. This allows the students to master the subject and carry out related project work from the second year onwards.
Department of Computer Science & Engineering of RSET has continually upgraded itself in terms of academic infrastructure including state-of-the-art laboratories since its establishment. The department attracts the finest young and dynamic faculty members and the best of students for its Bachelor’s degree programme.
Its students are exposed to well-defined academic programmesas well as sports, cultural and organizational activities in a vibrant and beautiful campus. The presence of state-of-the-art experimental and computational facilities, active institute-industry interaction and industrial/research training opportunities help the students to excel in competitive professional fields.

CURRICULUM

The department introduces students to major concepts in Computer Science and Engineering discipline. Course curriculum for the first two semesters of B. Tech. Program will be same for all branches of engineering. Every student admitted in the first year is mandatorily required to register and complete satisfactorily the Extra-Academic Activities (EAA) as prescribed by the affiliated university. However, these EAA do not carry any credit [E.A.A. = Games & Sports]. Interested students can also enroll in NCC / NSS.
Course curriculum from 3rd Semester to 8th Semester of B. Tech. Program will be branch specific and will include computer science sub disciplines like data structures, database management , computer networks, automata theory , object oriented programming , graph theory , distributed systems , algorithms etc. The Major Project is offered in the Seventh and Eighth semesters. . The method of evaluation may be as per the guidelines given under B. Tech. Project evaluation.
Laboratories and projects provide practical learning experience. Students are trained to various programming languages and approaches like C, C++, Java, Database Management (SQL), data structures, operating systems, computer graphics, compiler design, etc. with a major thrust on Free and Open Source Software (FOSS).

PEDAGOGY

Royal School of Engineering & Technology believes in developing strong fundamentals and conceptual understanding of all the subjects. Accordingly, the learning process involves a mix of teaching techniques and self-learning exercises including classroom lecture, case analysis, field studies, seminar, simulations, group project, role playing and independent project. These varied teaching styles provide a platform where the students can learn by active interaction in the class as well as through participation in various practical exercises.
The B. Tech. in CSE curriculum is based on the latest Engineering & Technology practices keeping in mind the current business scenario. The present developments in each of the specific area are discussed, using articles and research papers from reputed, national and international journals. A strong emphasis is laid on project work. Regular presentation by individual students and groups are conducted, which help in enhancing communication skill and also lead to self-growth and personality development.
The department follows the most advanced, multi-dimensional training methodology involving techniques like programming practices, seminars & workshop, web-enabled learning, etc.
The teaching methodology includes- Regular Classroom Teaching, Guest lecture by eminent professionals, Programming assignments, Theory assignments, Industrial Visit and Seminars, Issue Oriented Classes, Off Campus Workshops, Team Work and Peer Learning through Study Groups, Mentorship Program, Experimental Activities, Technology Quiz, Audio Visual Aids like Multimedia Projector, Mini Projects, Major Projects, Viva voce and Group Discussions etc.

COURSE OUTLINE

B.Tech Programme in Computer Science And Engineering

First Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics I
2 Physics I
3 Chemistry I
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I
5 Introduction to Computing
6 English Communication & Technical Report Writing
7 Engineering Graphics I
8 Physics I Lab
9 Chemistry I Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I Lab
11 Inroduction to Computing Lab
12 Engineering Graphics-I-Lab

Second Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics II
2 Physics II
3 Chemistry II
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II
5 Basic Mechanical Engineering
6 Basic Civil Engineering
7 Environmental Science
8 Physics II Lab
9 Chemistry II Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II Lab
11 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
12 Workshop

Third Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics III
2 Discrete Mathematics
3 Object Oriented Programming in C++
4 Digital Systems
5 Data Structure and Algorithms
6 Sociology
7 Object Oriented Programming in C++ Lab
8 Digital Systems Lab
9 Data Structure and Algorithms Lab

Fourth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Numerical Methods & Computation
2 Basic Graph theory
3 Operating Systems
4 Computer Organization and Architecture
5 Principles of Programming Language
6 Economics and Accountancy
7 Numerical Methods & Computation Lab
8 Operating Systems Lab
9 Principles of Programming Language Lab

Fifth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Probability and Random process
2 Formal Language and Automata Theory
3 Computer Graphics
4 Database Management Systems
5 Microprocessor and Microcontroller
6 Principles of Management
7 Computer Graphics Lab
8 Database Management Systems Lab
9 Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab

Sixth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Signals and Systems
2 Fuzzy Mathematics
3 Data Mining
4 Design and Analysis of Algorithms
5 Computer Networks
6 Modeling & Simulation
7 Signals and Systems Lab
8 Data Mining Lab
9 Computer Networks Lab

Seventh Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Cryptography & Information Security
2 Software Engineering
3 Web Technology
4 Mobile Computing
5 Elective I (Departmental)
6 Elective-II (Humanities)
7 Software Engineering Lab
8 Web Technology Lab
9 Project
10 Seminar on Summer Training

Eighth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Artificial Intelligence
2 Compiler Design
3 Elective III(Departmental)
4 Elective IV(Departmental)
5 Elective V( Open)
6 Compiler Design Lab
7 Project
8 Comprehensive Viva

SYLLABUS

The detailed curriculum & syllabus can be found at http://www.astu.org.in/BtechSyllabus.php

LAB FACILITIES

The department is equipped with the following labs.

  • 1. Introduction to Computing lab.
  • 2. Object Oriented Programming in C++.
  • 3. Data Structure and Algorithms lab.
  • 4.Numerical Methods and Computation Lab.
  • 5.Operating Systems Lab.
  • 6.Principles of Programming Language Lab.
  • 7.Computer Graphics Lab.
  • 8.Database Management Systems Lab.
  • 9.Data Mining Lab.
  • 10.Computer Networks Lab.
  • 11. Software Engineering Lab
  • 12. Web Technology Lab
  • 13. Compiler Design Lab

The department has a HPML350 server running the departmental Intranet.

ACADEMIC - INDUSTRY INTERFACE

Industry interface is indeed the most critical differentiator for educational institutions worldwide. We, at RSET, strongly believe in building a strong foundation for corporate interface through excellent innovative practices. Our students are made to undertake industry projects, presentations, case studies, research work and also work as trainees to get practical experience of industrial environment.
Some of the organizations where the students of the department have undergone Summer Training after their six semester examinations are- IBM India (Kolkata), CMC Ltd., Hyderabad and Kolkata, BSNL Meghalaya, Exxon Automation Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai, NGC Nazira, Dee Wings Guwahati, IOCL Guwahati Refinery, NIVT Kolkata, Dept. of CSE, Tezpur University, Doordarshan Kendra Guwahati, HCL New Delhi etc.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE OVERVIEW

Welcome to the Electrical Engineering Department of RSET. The Department of Electrical Engineering was started in 2010 with a vision to be a centre of Excellence for Electrical Engineering courses. It offers eight-semester undergraduate programme (B.Tech.) with 60 intake capacity. The department is committed to empower students with quality knowledge and technological skills.
Ever since its establishment, the department has been well equipped with excellent classrooms as well as laboratory facilities. The department comprises of young and dynamic faculty members and laboratory instructors who are drawn from strong academic backgrounds. The faculty members have a strong sense of responsibility and ability to provide the finest possible education to the students. Field trips to various industries, power plants and sub-stations are undertaken at frequent intervals during which students as well as the teachers actively participate. Seminars are conducted by expert professionals on a regular basis with the sole aim that students can get in-depth knowledge for various core subjects of Electrical Engineering. Also, the department puts special efforts for improving communication skills, personality development and imbibing proper ethics amongst the students.
The academic strength of the department is reflected over the brilliant performance of students as well as alumni, many of whom are placed in various core industries and academia in India.

CURRICULUM

B.Tech.degree course aims at producing engineers with sound knowledge in all subjects of Electrical Engineering. Graduates coming out of this branch will be able to orient themselves in any of the core subjects and take up challenging jobs in the industry and engage themselves in research and developmental activities. The course curriculafor First and Second semester students are common for every branch of engineering. The departmental curriculum begins with the third semester.
Foundation Courses begin with basics of interdisciplinary subjects. The subjects include Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering-I,Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering-II and also fundamental courses on Basic Mechanical Engineering and Basic Civil Engineering.
Advanced Courses enable the students to gain mastery within Electrical sub-disciplines like Electrical Machines, Power Systems, Control Systems, Power Electronics etc.
Laboratories and Projects provide practical learning experiences. The students get focused to the practical applications of various concepts. They are also trained in softwares like C, C++,MATLAB etc.
The department also offers numerous programs that enable students to gain practical experience through industrial training.

PEDAGOGY

The aim of Engineering Pedagogy is to impart integral understanding in terms of both theoretical and practical knowledge. The syllabus is covered in such a way that the theoretical knowledge is imparted through visual effects with the help of equipment and machineries in the lab. We add extra experiments in the practical classes to match with the applications of theoretical knowledge. Remedial classes , after normal class hours, are held periodically.
Classroom teaching involves lectures and tutorials. Lectures are directed towards analytical, conceptual, presentation, communication and application oriented skills of the students. The classrooms are well equipped with world class teaching aids like projectors and Wi-Fi, for a interactive learning environment.
Tutorials are extra classes conducted in smaller groups that let the students discuss what they have been taught to clarify their doubts and to enhance their problem solving quality. Practicals are conducted in well equippedlabs. Projects are done in groups by students in domain of their interest. Project works teach research methodology and enable the students to work as a team.
Industrial visits to Electrical Sub-stations, Electrical industries are carried out to provide the students with ideas of professional reality. Students are also encouraged to take part in various inter-college events.
This methodology endeavors to ignite the young minds with passion, boost their self-confidence and transform them into valuable and responsible human resources

COURSE OUTLINE

B.Tech.Programme in Electrical Engineering

First Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics I
2 Physics I
3 Chemistry I
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I
5 Introduction to Computing
6 English Communication & Technical Report Writing
7 Engineering Graphics I
8 Physics I Lab
9 Chemistry I Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I Lab
11 Inroduction to Computing Lab
11 Engineering Graphics-I-Lab

Second Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics II
2 Physics II
3 Chemistry II
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II
5 Basic Mechanical Engineering
6 Basic Civil Engineering
7 Environmental Science
8 Physics II Lab
9 Chemistry II Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II Lab
11 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
12 Workshop

Third Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics III
2 Circuit Analysis
3 Material Science
4 Electrical Machines I
5 Analog Electronics
6 Sociology
7 Circuit Analysis Lab
8 Electrical Machines I Lab
9 Analog Electronics Lab
10 Electrical Machine Drawing / Autocad

Fourth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Numerical Methods & Computation
2 Electrical Machines II
3 Measurements & Instrumentation
4 Electromagnetic Fields
5 Digital Electronics
6 Economics and Accountancy
7 Numerical Methods & Computation Lab
8 Electrical Machines II Lab
9 Measurements & Instrumentation Lab
10 Digital Electronics Lab

Fifth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Control System-I
2 Energy Management and audit
3 Power Electronics
4 Power system-I
5 Microprocessor and Microcontroller
6 Principles of Management
7 Control System-I Lab
8 Power Electronics Lab
9 Power System-I Lab
10 Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab

Sixth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Electromagnetic Fields
2 Control System-II
3 Power System-II
4 Non-Conventional Energy Sources
5 Object Oriented Programming And Data Structure
6 Communication Engineering
7 Control System-II Lab
8 Power System-II Lab
9 Object Oriented Programming And Data Structure Lab
10 Communication Engineering Lab

Seventh Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Electrical drives and Control
2 Power System Operation and Control
3 Operation Research
4 Power Plant Engineering
5 Elective I
6 Elective-II (Open)
7 Electrical Drives and Control Lab
8 Power System Operation and Control Lab
9 Project
10 Seminar Training

Eighth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Computer Aided Power System Analysis
2 Project Management on Power Transmission and Distribution
3 Elective III(Departmental)
4 Elective IV(Departmental)
5 Elective V( Open)
6 Computer Aided Power System Analysis Lab
7 Project
8 Comprehensive Viva

Elective Subject

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Elective I Elective II Elective III Elective IV Elective (Open)
Reliability Engineering HS1317E02 (i) Value Education, Human Rights and Legislative Procedures ii. Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the University EE1318E03(i) High Voltage Engineering EE1318E04(i) Digital System Design **1318E05(i) Engineering System Analysis and Design
Illumination Engineering Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the University. EE1318E04(ii) Expert Systems **1318E05(ii) Engineering System Modeling and Simulation
FACTS Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the University. Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the University.
Optimization Techniques
Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the University.

SYLLABUS

The detailed curriculum & syllabus can be found at http://www.astu.org.in/BtechSyllabus.php

TEACHING FACILITIES

The department has adequate laboratory facilities for conducting experiments & research activities. The major laboratories with the major set ups and experimental facilities are:

  • 1. Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
  • 2. Electrical Machines Laboratory
  • 3. Electrical Measurement Laboratory
  • 4. Microprocessor Laboratory
  • 5. Digital Electronics Laboratory
  • 6. Power System Laboratory
  • 7. Control System Laboratory
  • 8. Power Electronics Laboratory
  • 9. Electrical Workshop
  • 10. Computer Programming & Simulation Laboratory

ACADEMIC - INDUSTRY INTERFACE

Interface of academic and industry is crucial in engineering education. The requirement of the industry changes at a rapid rate and to keep track with these developments, students have to have a glimpse of the industry every now and then. In addition to taking students from time to time to various local industries and electrical substations, eminent personalities from different sectors like Assam State Electricity Board, Meghalaya State Electricity Board, National Power Training Institute etc. are invited to deliver seminars on recent developments in Electrical Engineering. Also, students of the final year are sent to industries like Oil India Limited, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Assam State Electricity Board, National Thermal Power Corporation NEEPCO, North East Frontier Railway, Numaligarh Refinery Ltd, Numaligarh, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd etc. for a month long industrial training as a part of curriculum.

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

COURSE OVERVIEW

The department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE), established in the year 2009, is run by a team of well-qualified and dedicated teaching staff. The department focuses on transforming young minds into future technocrats who will excel in different fields like Telecommunication, Networking, IT etc.
The department believes in producing engineers with good theoretical knowledge as well as practical skills. Well-equipped modern laboratory facilities act as strong support.
The current scenario in Engineering and Technology is highly focused on Telecommunication, Information Technology (IT) and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) where ECE graduates have a major role to play. In addition, an ECE graduate can also opt for a career in Research and Development in various public and private organizations.
Moreover, Government of India’s current vision like “DIGITAL INDIA” and “MAKE IN INDIA” will see ECE graduates’ vital contribution in fulfilling such initiatives and in the nation building process.

CURRICULUM

The B.Tech course in Electronics and Communication Engineering covers various subjects in the field of electronics and communication technology.
Foundation Courses: In the second year,the students start with basics of Solid State Devices, Electronics Circuits and other relevant interdisciplinary subjects. Along with this they are introduced to Fundamentals of Signal and System Theory and Random Process Theory as foundation for communication engineering subjects.
Advance Courses: In the third year, the students gain competence on electronics sub-discipline like Embedded and Control Systems, Computer Languages and Programming, Digital Signal Processing etc. They also get in-depth knowledge of EMF, Microwave, Analog and Digital Communication.
In the final year, they take up group projects based on their learning in earlier semesters in multiple domains of electronics and communication technology.
Also, advance subjects like VLSI design, Mobile and Optical communication, Antenna theory, Image processing etc. are covered.
Laboratories: The Department is fully equipped with laboratories on Electronic Circuits, Power Electronics, Analog and Digital Communication, RF and Microware Engineering, Embedded and VLSI Design labs etc.
Students also have access to a computer lab where advanced design and simulation softwares LABVIEW, MULTISIM, MATLAB, and XILINX ISE etc. are available for real time simulation and design of projects and experiments.
The Department also offers numerous programs that enable students to gain practical experience through industrial training .

PEDAGOGY

In the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, we strongly believe in learning by doing .Therefore ,the approach in delivering instructions are aided by lot of practical experiments, simulations and classroom discussions on the subjects.
To fulfill the needs for an active learning environment, the department upgrades its labs with new equipments, hardwares, softwares etc. on relevant upcoming technologies. Regular evaluations are a common practice to check whether the learning objective is achieved .It is done in the form of quizzes, class tests and presentations. Regular special classes are also arranged for improvement of weak students.
FDP have been incorporated to upgrade the skills and knowledge of the faculties to match the latest trends. Regular technical workshops are provided for the students to make them up-to-date on latest industry trends in electronics and communication engineering.
Classroom teaching involves lectures and tutorials. Lectures are directed towards analytical, conceptual, presentation, communication and application oriented skills of the students. The classroom is well equipped with world class teaching aids like projectors and Wi-Fi for a very interactive learning environment.

COURSE OUTLINE

B.Tech.Programme in Electronics & Communication Engineering

First Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics I
2 Physics I
3 Chemistry I
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I
5 Introduction to Computing
6 English Communication & Technical Report Writing
7 Engineering Graphics I
8 Physics I Lab
9 Chemistry I Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I Lab
11 Inroduction to Computing Lab
11 Engineering Graphics-I-Lab

Second Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics II
2 Physics II
3 Chemistry II
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II
5 Basic Mechanical Engineering
6 Basic Civil Engineering
7 Environmental Science
8 Physics II Lab
9 Chemistry II Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II Lab
11 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
12 Workshop

Third Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics III
2 Network Analysis
3 Oriented Programming in c++
4 Semiconductor and Electronic Devices
5 Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation
6 Sociology
7 Network Analysis Lab
8 Object Oriented Programming in C++ Lab
9 Semiconductor and Electronic Devices Lab
10 Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation Lab

Fourth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Numerical Methods & Computation
2 Analog Electronics Circuits
3 Digital Electronics
4 Signals and Systems
5 Random Variables and Stochastic process
6 Economics and Accountancy
7 Numerical Methods & Computation Lab
8 Analog Electronics Circuits Lab
9 Digital Electronics Lab
10 Signals and Systems Lab

Fifth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Control System-I
2 Analog Communication
3 Power Electronics
4 Microprocessor and Applications
5 Digital Signal Processing
6 Principles of Management
7 Control System-I Lab
8 Analog Communication Lab
9 Microprocessor and Applications Lab
10 Digital Signal Processing Lab

Sixth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Microcontroller and Applications
2 Data Structure
3 Digital Communication
4 Electromagnetic Field Theory
5 Microwave Engineering
6 Computer Communication Network
7 Microcontroller and Applications Lab
8 Data Structure Lab
9 Digital Communication Lab
10 Microwave Engineering Lab

Seventh Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Linear Integrated Circuits
2 VHDL and Digital System Design
3 VLSI Design
4 Telecommunication Switching and Transmission System
5 Elective I(Departmental)
6 Elective-II (Humanities)
7 Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
8 VLSI and VHDL Lab
9 Project
10 Seminar on Summer Training

Eighth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Optical Communication
2 Computer Architecture and Organization
3 Elective III(Departmental)
4 Elective IV(Departmental)
5 Elective V( Open)
6 Optical Communication Lab
7 Project
8 Comprehensive Viva

Elective Subject

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Elective I Elective II Elective III Elective IV Elective V
Embedded System Value Education, Human Rights and Legislative Procedure Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network Radar Engineering Engineering System Analysis
Information Theory and Coding Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the university Digital Image Processing CAD for VLSI Design Planning for Sustainable
Satellite Communication and Remote Sensing Wireless Communication Biomedical Instrumentation Development Disaster Management
Optimization Techniques Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the university. Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the university Antenna and Wave Propagation
Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the University. Any other subject offered from time to time with the approval of the university

SYLLABUS

The detailed curriculum & syllabus can be found at http://www.astu.org.in/BtechSyllabus.php

TEACHING FACILITIES

The department is equipped with the following labs.

  • 1. NETWORK THEORY LAB
  • 2. SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS AND DEVICES LAB
  • 3. ELECTRONIC MESASUREMENT AND MEASURING INSTRUMENT LAB
  • 4. DIGITAL ELECTROICS LAB
  • 5. ANALOG ELECTRONICS LAB
  • 6. CONTROL SYSTEM LAB
  • 7. COMMUNICATION LAB(ANALOG AND DIGITAL)
  • 8. MICROPROCESSOR LAB
  • 9. POWER ELECTRONICS LAB
  • 10. MICROWAVE ENGINEERING LAB
  • 11. VLSI LAB
  • 12. DSP LAB
  • 13. PROJECT LAB(LABVIEW,TIVA C,VHDL)

ACADEMIC - INDUSTRY INTERFACE

The department of Electronics and Communication engineering of RSET is participant of BSNL Employability Enhancement Training Program (EETP).Students undergo a two semester training programme under the supervision of BSNL staff.
MOU has been signed between department of ECE and STARCOM pvt. Ltd (TI university programme partner) for setting up of a TI sponsored embedded system lab , fully equipped with required hardwares.
Students of ECE annually visit the NorthEast Space Application Centre (NESAC)atBarapani, Shillong and are exposed to India’s satellite communication technologies .

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE OVERVIEW

Welcome to the Mechanical Engineering Department of RSET. Since its inception in the year 2009, this department has been striving to offer best engineering education. Initially affiliated to Gauhati University, it is now affiliated to Assam Science and Technology University, Assam.
Mechanical engineers apply the laws and principles of motion, energy, and force to provide mechanical solutions to technological problems; thereby realizing devices and systems that make life better. About one-fifth of total engineers practicing today are mechanical engineers. Their skills are used in research, development, design, testing, production, sales, management, as well as in medicine, law and business. Mechanical engineers are characterized by personal creativity, breadth of knowledge and versatility. And that is why they are found to function and thrive as valuable members and leaders of multidisciplinary teams. Mechanical engineers find employment in various industries, e.g. Agricultural, heavy equipment, biomedical, consulting, energy and power, manufacturing, product design, transportation etc.
Over the last few years, the department has supplemented its competence and expertise in the core mechanical domain. Today, the department offers undergraduate courses supported by well qualified, experienced as well as young motivated faculty members and equally qualified laboratory staff.

CURRICULUM

The department introduces students to major concepts in mechanical engineering. The students begin with foundation subjects and progress to increasingly advanced subjects at higher semesters. They gain considerable understanding, maturity and competence by advancing gradually through subjects of greater complexities. The hands-on experiences at the laboratory and workshop bridges the gap between classroom learning and their practical applications.
Foundation courses begin with basics of interdisciplinary subjects. This course focuses on concepts of mechanics, thermodynamics, engineering drawing etc. with some emphasis on basic electrical engineering.
Advanced coursesenable the students to gain mastery within mechanical sub disciplines, like, workshop technology, internal combustion engines, computational fluid dynamics, mechanisms, machine design, material science etc.
Laboratories and projects provide practical learning experience. The students get focused to the practical applications of various concepts. Students are also trained in softwares like AutoCAD, CATIA, ANSYS etc.For every student, the final year project work is a piece of knowledge translated into performance. Subject to evaluation by external examiners, every project work has to match quality and level.
The department also offers numerous programs that enable students to gain practical experience through industrial training.

PEDAGOGY

The teaching methodology adopted is at par with any institute of repute in the country. The students are provided with excellent infrastructure and updated equipment required to carry out the learning process in a lucid manner. The methods and materials for teaching are upgraded regularly to meet the latest technological developments. Faculty development program has been incorporated to upgrade the skills and knowledge of the teachers to match the latest trend. The students are motivated to ask questions inside or outside the classrooms and the faculty member respond actively. The learning experiences for the students manifest in the form of classroom teaching, practicals, projects, field trips, industrial training and workshops, national and international seminars and inter-college competitions.
Classroom teaching involves lectures and tutorials. Lectures are directed towards analytical, conceptual, presentation, communication and application oriented skills of the students. The classroom are well equipped with world class teaching aids like projectors and Wi-Fi for a very interactive learning environment.
Tutorials are extra classes conducted in smaller groups that let the students discuss what have been taught, clarify their doubts and enhance their problem solving quality. Practicals are conducted in labs, well equipped with modern equipment. Projects are done in groups by students in domain of their interest. Project works teach research methodology and enable the students to work as a team.
Industrial visits to refineries, locomotive sheds, power plants etc. are carried out to provide the students with ideas of professional reality.
This methodology endeavors to ignite the young minds with passion, boost their self-confidence and transform them into valuable and responsible human resource.

COURSE OUTLINE

B.Tech.Programme in Electronics & Communication Engineering

First Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics I
2 Physics I
3 Chemistry I
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I
5 Introduction to Computing
6 English Communication & Technical Report Writing
7 Engineering Graphics I
8 Physics I Lab
9 Chemistry I Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering I Lab
11 Inroduction to Computing Lab
11 Engineering Graphics-I-Lab

Second Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics II
2 Physics II
3 Chemistry II
4 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II
5 Basic Mechanical Engineering
6 Basic Civil Engineering
7 Environmental Science
8 Physics II Lab
9 Chemistry II Lab
10 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering II Lab
11 Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
12 Workshop

Third Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Mathematics III
2 Mechanics of Materials
3 Basic Thermodynamics
4 Mechanisms and Machines I
5 Primary Manufacturing
6 Sociology
7 Mechanics of materials Lab
8 Primary Manufacturing Lab
9 Machine Drawing

Fourth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Numerical Methods & Computation
2 Applied Thermodynamics
3 Mechanism and Machines II
4 Fluid Mechanics I
5 Electro Technology
6 Economics and Accountancy
7 Numerical Methods & Computation Lab
8 Mechanism and Machines II Lab
9 Fluid Mechanics I Lab
10 Electro Technology Lab

Fifth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Basic Machine Design
2 Material Science
3 Fluid Mechanics II
4 Internal Combustion Engines
5 Heat Transfer I
6 Principles of Management
7 Material Testing Lab
8 Internal Combustion Engines Lab
9 Heat Transfer-I Lab

Sixth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Heat Transfer II
2 Metrology & Instrumentation
3 Power Plant Engineering
4 Machine Design
5 Machine Tools
6 Gas Turbine & Jet Propulsion
7 Metrology & Instrumentation Lab
8 Machine Tools and Machining Lab

Seventh Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
2 Integrated Design and Manufacturing
3 Optimization Technique
4 Turbo Machinery
5 Elective I
6 Elective-II (Open)
7 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab
8 Project
9 Summer Training

Eighth Semester

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Sl. No. Subject
1 Industrial Engineering
2 Project and Production Management
3 Elective III
4 Elective IV
5 Elective V( Open)
6 CAD/CAM Lab
7 Project
8 Comprehensive Viva

Elective Subject

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Elective I Elective II Elective III Elective IV Elective V
Water Resource Engineering Control Engineering Tribology
Automobile Engineering Mechatronics Computational Methods in Engineering
Computational Fluid Dynamics Finite Element Method Renewable Energy Systems

SYLLABUS

The detailed curriculum & syllabus can be found at http://www.astu.org.in/BtechSyllabus.php

TEACHING FACILITIES

The department is equipped with the following labs.

  • 1. BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB
  • 2. THEORY OF MACHINES LAB
  • 3. MECHANISMS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES LAB
  • 4. ENGINEERING MECHANICS LAB
  • 5. HEAT TRANSFER LAB
  • 6. HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LAB
  • 7. FLUID MECHANICS LAB
  • 8. EINGINEERING INSTRUMENTATION AND METROLOGY LAB
  • 9. HEAT ENGINE LAB
  • 10. REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING LAB
  • 11. COMPUTATION LAB

ACADEMIC - INDUSTRY INTERFACE

Interface of academic and industry is crucial in engineering education. The requirement of the industry changes at a rapid rate and to keep track with these developments, students have to have a glimpse of the industry every now and then. This interface arises in the form of collaborations with various industries, interactions with industrialists and industrial visits. It is compulsory for the students of the final year to undergo a month long training at an industry or organization that caters to their domain of interest. Some of the organizations our student have undergone training are Assam Gas Company Ltd, Assam Petro-Chemicals Limited, Assam State Transport Corporation, Bhaba Atomic Research Centre, BHEL, Hindustan Paper Corporation Ltd, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Mahindra And Mahindra Ltd, NEEPCO, North East Frontier Railway, Numaligarh Refinery Ltd., Oil India Limited, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd, Public Works Department, Tata Motors etc.

DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:

The Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities was formed in July, 2013 by merging four departments of Royal School of Engineering & Technology, namely, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Humanities, which had otherwise been existing individually since 2009.

VISION:

The department of Basic Sciences and Humanities at Royal School of Engineering & Technology, Guwahati, is trying to be one of the centres of excellence in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and various subjects in Humanities while being vigorously engaged in research, teaching and overall administrative activities.

MISSION:

The department, having been recognised by Assam Science and Technology University for research leading to Ph.D., plans to induct faculties to enhance the research since the faculty members in the department are major sources of new and fresh ideas in contemporary areas. With the upcoming Assam Royal Global University (to be launched soon), the department intends to start B.Sc/B.A., M.Sc./M.A, integrated M.Sc + Ph.D. programmes in all the disciplines under it.

COURSES OFFERED:

The following courses are offered in the department under Assam Science and Technology University (ASTU) and Gauhati University (G.U).

  • B.Tech. (Under ASTU)

MATHEMATICS

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Sl. No. Semester Subjects Subject Code Branches
1 FIRST MATHEMATICS - I MA131101 ALL
2 SECOND MATHEMATICS - II MA131201 ALL
3 THIRD MATHEMATICS - III MA131301 ALL
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS MA131302 CSE
4 FOURTH NUMERICAL METHOD AND COMPUTING MA131401 ALL
5 FIFTH PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES MA131501 CSE
6 SIXTH FUZZY MATHEMAICS MA131601 CSE

PHYSICS

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Sl. No. Semester Subjects Subject Code Branches
1 FIRST PHYSICS - I PH131201 ALL
2 SECOND PHYSICS - II PH131202 ALL

CHEMISTRY

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Sl. No. Semester Subjects Subject Code Branches
1 FIRST CHEMISTRY - I CY131203 ALL
2 SECOND CHEMISTRY - II CY131203 ALL

HUMANITIES

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Sl. No. Semester Subjects Subject Code Branches
1 FIRST ENGLISH COMMUNICATION AND TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING HS131106 ALL
2 SECOND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES HS131207 ALL
3 THIRD SOCIOLOGY HS131306 ALL
4 FOURTH ECONOMIC AND ACCOUNTANCY HS131406 ALL
5 FIFTH PRINCIPLE OF MANAGEMENT HS131506 ALL

  • MBA (Under ASTU)

PHYSICS

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Sl. No. Semester Subjects Subject Code Branches
1 FIRST COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR MANAGERS BA132109 MBA
2 SECOND COMMUNICATION & BEHAVIOURAL SKILLS BA132209 MBA

  • BBA (Under G.U)

PHYSICS

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Sl. No. Semester Subjects Subject Code Branches
1 FIRST PERSONALITY & PERSONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 209 BBA

TEACHING FACILITIES

The department, although very new, aims to be a centre of excellence in the field of basic sciences and humanities and is engaged in both research and teaching. Basic sciences and humanities department is run by a team of well-qualified and dedicated faculty members. The Department is well equipped with necessary facilities for Physics Chemistry and Communication laboratories. Breaking through the traditional teaching method with rich teaching material contents, the digital language lab motivates students’ learning attitude, providing an interactive learning environment as it provides students with the technical tools to learn pronunciation, accent, stress and all other aspects of the phonetics of a language.

MAJOR EVENTS ORGANISED:

The department has organised many major events till to-day with a large number of invitees and speakers from various institutions like IIT, Gauhati University, Tezpur University and other remarkable institutions. The list is as follows,

  • 1. Invited Talk, 2012
  • 2. National Conference in Pure and Applied Mathematics, May-2013
  • 3. Discover, Learn and Grow, June, 2014
  • 4. Frontiers in Nanotechnology, Nov, 2013
  • 5. Workshop on “Mathematics for Engineering Aspirants”, May, 2015

LIST OF VISITORS:

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Sl. No. Name Designation and Address Purpose
1 Prof. Nayandeep Deka Baruah Professor, Tezpur University Invited talk Key Speaker, NCPAM 2013
2 Dr. Anupam Saikia Professor, IIT Guwahati Invited talk
3 Prof. SwaroopNandan Bora Professor, IIT Guwahati Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
4 Prof. S. Natesan Professor, IIT Guwahati Key speaker, NCPAM 2013
5 Prof. V. S. Rao Professor, JNTU Hyderabad Key Note speech, NCPAM Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
6 Prof. Surajit Borkotokey Professor, Dibrugarh University Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
7 Prof. Naseem Ahmed Professor, JamiaMilia University Key Speaker, NCPAM 2013
8 Prof. Mandira Sarma Professor, JNU Key Speaker, NCPAM 2013
9 Prof. P.V.S.N. Murthy Professor, IIT Kharagpur Key speaker, NCPAM 2013
10 Prof. B. C. kalita Professor, Gauhati University Key Speaker, NCPAM 2013
11 Prof G. S. Khadekar Professor, Nagpur University Key speaker, NCPAM 2013 Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
12 Prof. Gunin Sarma Rtd. Prof., Assam University Key Speaker, NCPAM 2013
13 Prof. Rita Choudhary Professor, Gauhati University Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
14 Prof. Helen K. Saikia Professor, Gauhati University Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
15 Prof. Hemanta Kumar Baruah Professor, Gauhati University Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
16 Dr. Bhupen Deka Assistant Professor, IIT Guwahati Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
17 Prof. K.V. Krishna Associate Professor, IIT Guwahati Chairperson, NCPAM 2013
18 Dr. Bipul Kumar Sarma Professor, Tezpur University Speaker, Workshop on Mathematics for Engineering Aspirants
19 Prof. D.C. Dalal Professor, IIT Guwahati Speaker, Workshop on Mathematics for Engineering Aspirants
20 Dr. Nilakshi Goswami Assistant Professor, Gauhati Uniersity Speaker, Workshop on Mathematics for Engineering Aspirants
21 Prof. Hemanta Kumar Sarmah Professor, Gauhati University Speaker, Workshop on Mathematics for Engineering Aspirants
22 Prof. Dilip Kumar Sarmah Professor, Cotton College Speaker, Workshop on Mathematics for Engineering Aspirants
23 Dr. Arun Chattopadhyay Professor, IIT Guwahati FNT
24 Dr. Siddhartha Sankar Ghosh Professor, IIT Guwahati FNT
25 Prof. Pranayee Datta Professor, Gauhati University FNT
26 Ms. Nayantara Sharma Freelance Trainer DLG

FACULTY

Prof. (Dr.) Biswajit Banerjee, Professor & Principal
ROYAL SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
Ph. D. (IIT Madras) , M.Tech (IIT Madras) , B.E. (DU).
Publications: 6
Experience: Retired Professor, Assam Engineering College, Jalukbari, Guwahati-13
b.banerjee@rgi.edu.in
COMMUNIQUE:Students are the beads of a garland that a teacher weaves over his teaching days. Although each bead is different in size, shape and shade from those of the others, it sparkles evenly on the life-screen of the teacher who selects and projects them, during his idle hours, for refreshing recaps. The pleasure derived is next to divine and simply cannot be supplemented anyway otherwise. The feeling that “he/she had been my student” fills the teacher to the brim. Life, so far, has been as above, for me. Engineering education has been my forte. I have been out and out a teacher.
And my dear students, I must admit that engineering education is no more what it was earlier. With advancement of technology and exploration of the cyber-world, you are more informed and better equipped. These have definitely given you a jet lead; though, often, ignorant of the ground level base. Superficial knowledge, by my gauge, is knowledge inadequate. You have to be the master of what you do and the king of all that you survey.
Engineers are, that way, a special breed of professionals. Just look around. Every artificial thing you see, -- be it the vehicle you ride on, the pen you write with or your 24x7 oxygen WhatsApp; all are engineering products. An engineer is all in one; a planner, a designer, a creator, a contributor and also a consumer. What an honour and equally, what a privilege! And that is what the young generation has to hit and score. I welcome you all and wait for more beads to be added to my ever-unfinished garland.

DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES & HUMANITIES

Prof.(Dr.) Anuradha Devi, Professor & HOD
Ph.D. (GU) , M.Sc. (IIT Kharagpur), M.Phil. (Univ. of London),
Publications: 1 National, 8 International
Experience: 14 years
anuradha.devi@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Devika Phukan, Associate Professor
Ph.D. (DU) , M.Sc. (DU), M.Phil. (DU),
Publications: 13 National, 10 International
Experience: 17 years
devika.phukan@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Aditya Ghosh, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (GU) , M.Sc. (IIT Guwahati)
Publications: 7 International
Experience: 5 years
aditya.ghosh@rgi.edu.in

Dr. PubaleeSarmah, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (TU) , M.Sc. (GU)
Publications: 1 National, 8 International
Experience: 7 years
pubalee.sarmah@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Navalakhi Hazarika Dutta, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (GU) , M.Sc. (GU), M.Phil. (Madhurai Kamraj Univ.)
Publications: 5 International
Experience: 8 years
navalakhihazarika.dutta@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Narayan Nayak, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (TU) , M.Sc. (GU)
Publications: 2 International
Experience: 7 years
narayan.nayak@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Debarati Mitra, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (IIT Kharagpur) , M.Sc. (Calcutta Univ.)
Publications: 5 International
Experience: 6 years
debarati.mitra@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Kamal Debnath, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (GU) , M.Sc. (GU) , B.Ed. (GU).
Publications: 3 National, 11 International
Experience: 8 years
kamal.debnath@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Bimalendu Kalita, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (TU) , M.Sc. (GU)
Publications: 7 International
Experience: 6 years
bimalendu.kalita@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Sujata Deb, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Sc. (GU) , B.Ed. (GU).
Publications: 3 International
Experience: 14 years
sujata.deb@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Banani Das Hazarika, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.A. (Delhi Univ.) , B.Ed. (GU).
Experience: 9 years
bananidas.hazarika@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Biswajit Sarma, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Sc. (GU),
Experience: 6 years (academic), 4 years (industry)
biswajit.sarma@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Anup Malakar, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Sc. (IIT Guwahati)
Experience: 5 years
anup.malakar@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Munmi Saikia, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Sc. (GU), M.Phil. (GU)
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 5 years
munmi.saikia@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Anup Kumar Kalita, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Sc. (GU), M.Phil. (VMU) , B.Ed. (GU)
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 4 years
anup.kalita@rgi.edu.in

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Prof. (Dr.) Arnab Sarma, M.ASCE, F.IWRS, F.IAH
Head of Department (Formerly Dean and Director, KU), Ph.D. (Water Resources Engg, Mendel University, Czech Republic), M.Eng. (Irrigation, College of Technology & Engg., Udaipur, India), B.Tech. (Ag. Engg.- Major Civil Engg, KCAET, Kerala, India)
Publications: 8 National , 9 International
Experience: 22 years National, 4 years International
arnab.sarma@rgi.edu.in

Prof. (Dr.) Bibha Das Saikia, Professor & Advisor to the dept.
Ph.D. (IIT Kanpur) , M.E. (IIT Roorkee) , B.E. (GU),
Publications: 20 (National and International)
Experience: Retired as Principal, Assam Engineering College, Jalukbari, Guwahati-13
bibha.das@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Navanita Choudhury, Assistant Professor
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (GU).
Publications: 2 National, 3 International
Experience: 3 years (academic), 2 years (industry)
navanita.choudhury@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Yudhajit Dey, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.E. (GU) , B.E. (GU)
Publications: 1 National, 3 International
Experience: 2.5 years
yudhajit.dey@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Farheena Firdousi Islam, Assistant Professor
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (DU).
Publications: 4 National, 4 International
Experience: 2.5 years
farheena.islam@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Himadri Baruah, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (IIT Guwahati) , B.E. (GU).
Publications: 1 National, 1 International
Experience: 1.5 years
himadri.baruah@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Mayuri Deka, Assistant Professor
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (DU).
Publications: 5 National, 1 International
Experience: 3 years
mayuri.deka@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Chandra Upadhyaya, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (IIT Guwahati) , B.E. (GU).
Experience: 11 years (academic), 10 years (industry)
chandra.upadhaya@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Rituparna Phukan, Assistant Professor
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (DU)
Experience: 1 year
rituparna.phukan@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Priyanjit Purkayastha, Assistant Professor
M.E (GU) , B.E (GU)
Publications:1 National , 2 International
Experience: 3 years (academic), 4 years (industry)
p.purkayastha@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Nitisha Mazumdar, Assistant Professor
M.E (DU) , B.E (GU).
Publications: 1 National.
nitisha.mazumdar@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Endow A. Mazumder, Assistant Professor
M.Tech (NIT Silchar), B.E. (Shivaji University)
Publications: 1 International
endowayar.mazumder@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Mrigendra Dev Sarma, Teaching Assistant
AMIE (The Institution of Engineers)
mrigendradev.sarma@rgi.edu.in

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Mr. Debashis Dev Misra, Assistant Professor & HOD i/c
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Tech. (Rajib Gandhi Univ.) , B.E. (VTU).
Publications: 4 International
Experience: 5 years (academic), 3 years (industry)
debashish.mishra@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Manoj Kumar Sarma, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Tech. (TU) , B.E. (AU).
Experience: 13 years
sarma.manoj@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Aniruddha Deka, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Tech. (GU) , B.E. (NEHU).
Publications: 6 International
Experience: 3 years (academic), 1 year (industry)
aniruddha.deka@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Saurabh Sutradhar, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (Pondicherry Univ.) , B.Tech. (TU).
Experience: 3 years
saurabh.sutradhar@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Pranjal Protim Borah, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (ADBU) , B.E. (DU).
Publications: 2 National, 2 International
Experience: 4 years
pranjal.borah@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Antara Malakar, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (pursuing) , M.Tech (SMU), B.E (VPU).
Publications:2 International
Experience: 3 years
antara.malakar@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Gitimoni Talukdar, Assistant Professor
M.Tech (ADBU) , B.E (GU) .
Publications: 2 National , 3 International
Experience: 4 years
gitimoni.talukdar@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Ishita Chakraborty, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (pursuing) ,M.Tech (NERIST) , B.E (Sathyabama Univ.)
Publications: 1 National, 3 International
Experience: 4 years
ishita.chakraborty@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Nayan Jyoti Kalita, Assistant Professor
M.Tech (TU) , B.E (GU).
Experience: 1 year
nayan.kalita@rgi.edu.in

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Mr. Ananya Ranjan Pathak, Assistant Professor & HOD i/c
Ph.D. (Pursuing) ,M.Tech. (GU) , B.E. (Nagpur Univ.)
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 8 years
ananya.pathak@rgi.edu.in

Dr. Shashi Tiwari, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (IIT BHU), M.Tech (IIT BHU), B.Tech. (UPTU)
Publications: 5 International
shashi.tiwari@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Himadri Sekhar Kalita, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (TU) , B.E. (GU).
Publications: 1 National
Experience: 13 years (academic).
himadri.kalita@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Mamoon Elahi Barbhuyan, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Tech. (VTU) , B.E. (VTU).
Experience: 5 years (academic), 3 years (industry)
m.barbhuyan@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Deb sunder Swami, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (GU) , B.E. (VTU).
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 6 years
debsunder.swami@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Sumi Kankana Dewan, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.Tech. (TU) , B.E. (DU).
Experience: 4 years (academic)
sumi.dewan@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Jayeeta Sharma, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (TU) , B.E. (GU).
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 1 year
jayeeta.sharma@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Surajit Deka, Teaching Assistant
B.Tech. (TU)
Experience: 1 year (academic)
surajit.deka@rgi.edu.in

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Ms. Vanita Agrawal, Assistant Professor & HOD i/c
M.E. (GU), LL.B. (GU), B.E. (Allahabad University).
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 6 years
vanita.agrawal@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Kaushik Jyoti Das, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (GU) , B.E. (Sathyabama Univ.)
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 6 years (academic)
kaushikj.das@rgi.edu.in

Ms. Lalika Deb, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.E. (GU), B.Tech. (SMIT).
Experience: 4.5 years
lalika.deb@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Subhrajyoti Borah, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (NIT Warangal) , B.Tech. (SMIT)
Experience: 1.5 years (academic), 3 years (industry)
subhrajyoti@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Nayan Moni Das, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (GU) , B.E. (DU).
Experience: 2 years (academic), 2 years (industry)
nayanmoni.das@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Nayan Jyoti Pathak, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (GU) , B.E. (GU).
Experience: 1 year
nayanjyoti.pathak@rgi.edu.in

Ms. NilakshiDeka, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (GU) , B.E. (DU).
Experience: 1 year
nilakshi.deka@rgi.edu.in

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mr. Zunaid Ahmed, Assistant Professor & HOD i/c
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (GU).
Publications: 1 National, 2 International
Experience: 9 years (academic), 8 years (industry)
zuanid.ahmed@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Hirak Ranjan Das, Assistant Professor
Masters in CAD/CAE , M.E. (GU), B.E. (GU).
Publications: 2 National, 2 International
Experience: 5 years (academic), 8 years (industry)
hirak.das@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Biswajit Choudhury, Assistant Professor
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (Anna Univ.)
Experience: 6.5 years
biswajit.choudhury@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Soumyabrata Bhattacharjee, Assistant Professor
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (GU).
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 6 years (academic)
s.bhattacharjee@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Apurba Pathak, Assistant Professor
M.E. (GU) , B.E. (GU).
Experience: 3 years
apurba.pathak@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Ashok Talukdar, Assistant Professor
M.E. (DU) , B.E. (DU).
Experience: 5.5 years (academic) ,5 years (industry).
ashok.talukdar@rgi.edu.in

Mr.Sivaramakrishnan N., Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Pursuing) , M.E. (Anna Univ.) , B.E. (Anna Univ.)
Publications: 1 National, 2 International
Experience: 4.5 years
n.siva@rgi.edu.in

Ms.Juri Sonowal, Assistant Professor
M.Tech. (NERIST) , B.Tech. (NERIST).
Experience: 6 months
jury.sonowal@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Abhik Kumar Banerjee, Assistant Professor
M.E. (IIEST) , B.Tech. (TU).
Publications: 1 International
Experience: 1 year
abhik.banerjee@rgi.edu.in

Mr. Ashish Sovasaria, Lecturer
B.E. (Nagpur Univ.)
Experience: 5 years (academic) , 4 years (industry)
ashish.sovasaria@rgi.edu.in .

Kumari Trinavee, Assistant Professor
M.E. (TU), B.E. (GU)
Publications: 1 National , 1 International
kumari.trinavee@rgi.edu.in .

PLACEMENTS

PLACEMENT CELL, RGI

RGI has its own Placement Cell that operates under the guidance of a Co-ordinator who heads a team of managers and executives, to work towards better campus placements every year. The main objective of the Placement Cell is to enhance the placement prospects of RGI students. Personnel from the cell visit potential employers in industrial and corporate sectors and apprise them of the talented youths RSET has moulded for them. On a very positive note, there has been a steady increase in the number of companies recruiting ROYALites every year.

PLACEMENT ACTIVITES:

The Placement Cell organizes various activities such as guest lectures, pre-placement talks and workshops, which facilitate interaction between industry and students. Apart from these, the students are imparted career counseling and trained in soft skills, group discussions and mock interviews.
In short, the Placement Cell focuses on:

  • Personality Development
  • Career Counseling
  • Career Library
  • Internships
  • Strong Industry Interface

FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR RECRUITMENT EVENTS

The Institute has all modern facilities for conducting recruitment events which include:

  • A/c and non a/c halls with multi-media projectors for pre-placement talks and written tests.
  • o A/c rooms for group discussions, video-conferencing and interviews.
  • High speed internet connectivity (for correspondence, submission of resumes, etc.).
  • Student volunteers for prompt assistance.
  • Guest house.

RECRUITERS

o Construction & Related Industries:

  • 1. L & T
  • 2. Exotic Greens
  • 3. Taj Cement
  • 4. ProtechGroup of Companies
  • 5. Topcem Cements
  • 6. KEC International Ltd.
o Education:
  • 1. Royal University of Bhutan
o IT, Telecom, and Broadcast:
  • 1. Tanaya Software Solutions
  • 2. Bosch
  • 3. Dell
  • 4. HCL
  • 5. Genpact
  • 6. IBM
  • 7. Lava Mobile
  • 8. Arden Technology
  • 9. AnhadEducare Solution Pvt. Ltd
  • 10. Cocubes
  • 11. Wipro
  • 12. L&T Infotech
  • 13. TCS
  • 14. Jagbros
  • 15. Horizon Telecom
  • 16. Amazon
o PSU:
  • 1. Indian Army
o Automobile & Engineering:
  • 1. Hindustan Motors
  • 2. XL Dynamics
  • 3. Team Lease (Mahindra)
o Banking and Financial Services:
  • 1. Shriram Commercial Vehicle Finance
o BPO:
  • 1. EXL
  • 2. Wipro

LAB

Chemistry Lab

Physics Lab

Computer Science Lab

Electrical Engineering Lab

Civil Engineering Lab

Mechanical Engineering Lab

RESEARCH

The faculty members of Royal School of Engineering & Technology are engaged in research activities in different ways such as,

  • 1. Supervising Ph.D. students
  • 2. Undergoing individual Ph.D. research work under supervisors fromGauhati University, Assam Science and Technology University, IITG etc.
  • 3. Publishing research papers in Journals and Conferences, both National and International.
  • 4. Working on research and seminar Projects under DST, AICTE etc.

The ongoing research activities in different departments are :

I. Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities:

The department of Basic sciences and Humanities, consisting of 15 faculty members, has been involved in research in various fields of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Humanities. Eight of the faculty members already have Ph.D. degree and the rest seven are in their final stages of research. The total research publications from this department is 85, as of today, in various National and International journals and conferences.
Research areas of each stream are:
Mathematics: Algebra, Number theory, Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical modelling, numerical analysis, functional analysis and other relevant topics of pure and applied mathematics.
Physics:Laser Physics,Nanotechnology and otherrelevant topics of physics.
Chemistry:Physical Chemistry, Bio-organic, Organic, Numerical Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry. A DST funded project on Density functional theory studies of platinum and luthanium complex with anti-cancer activities is going on.
Humanities::Gender and Languages.
Professor(Dr.) Anuradha Devi, HOD, is supervising four research students for Ph.D. in the field of Mathematical modelling and control of biosciences.

II. Department of Civil Engineering:

The department of Civil Engineering consists of dedicated faculty members interested in research. Publications by the teachers of this department in various national and international journals and conferences stand at 70.The thrust areas have been : Shallow Tunnelling, Seismic Soil-structure interaction in deep foundations, Slope stability analysis for dynamic condition, Reservoir Operation to sustain, freshwater ecosystem etc. Final year students, as part of their project works, have 15 publications under the guidance of teachers in this department.
Professor(Dr.) Bibha Das Saikia, Advisor to Dept. is a Ph.D. guide under whom five research scholars have completed their PhD degree in the field of Geotechnical Engineering.

III. Department of ME:

The department of Mechanical Engineering consists of dedicated teachers with great research interest. They are involved in research in many topics in Mechanical Engineering, especially in Computational Wind Engineering and Structures, Active Vibration control in Induction Machine etc.Final year students of the department have presented papers in conferences under the guidance of their teachers in the department.
Professor(Dr.) Amit Kumar Ghosh, Senior Professor, is aPh.D guide under whom six research scholars have completed their PhD degree in the fields of Aerodynamics, Thermal Sciences and Fluid Mechanics.

IV. Department of ECE:

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering consists of seven dedicated faculty members who have about 15 numbers of publications in national and international journals. The faculty members are involved in research in various fields. The thrust areas are: Broadband using power line communication, Image Processing, Synthesis of ZnO nanomaterial based Biosensor to be used for diagnosis of glucose and other biological parameters in case of animals and birdsetc.

V. Department of EE:

The department of Electrical Engineering consists of eight dedicated faculty members who have few publications in national and international journals and conferences. They are involved in research in various fields as power system, control system etc.