Our world is going through tough times and the way of education has changed unimaginably. Practical sessions and lab experiences have become impossible. This course is designed to give a brief introduction for the engineering aspirants on how the world is utilizing basic areas of science and mathematics to make human life easier. 

Engineering Foundation Course opens a window into the world of technology. It focuses on bringing awareness to applied knowledge of physics and mathematics and gives a vast introduction to some of the important subjects which will be taught in the engineering course.

This unique course will help to  know about the new trends and can associate a phenomenon with technological advancement, with its real-world applications and different career opportunities 

The Foundation Program is meant to facilitate the transition from +2 to the engineering stream as seamless as possible, given that no physical courses have been held for +2 students since February 2020. This curriculum's purpose is to give engineering students looking for admissions a solid foundation in key scientific and technology ideas while also connecting them to future technology and real-world applications.

Many students select engineering as a career because it is popular. Our program aims to educate students and parents who are unfamiliar with science subjects other than computer science and to assist them in choosing the best career path. Teaching young engineers about all of the issues before they appear for engineering admissions is crucial. Young engineers must be educated about all of the possibilities and job opportunities that may arise as technology improves. This will not only assist students in determining which career path is best for them, but will also aid in the development of a robust pipeline of future engineers who are bright and passionate about cutting-edge technology.


Participation Certificate will be Provided.


Course Objectives:

  1. To create applied knowledge of Physics and mathematics which are foundations of engineering. 
  2. To make participants view everything around them from an engineering perspective. 

Course Outcome:

  1. Students will be able to apply knowledge of basic theories of science in the core subjects of Engineering.
  2. Students will be able to associate a phenomenon with technological advancement, with its real-world applications.

Course Structure:

Date and Venue: July 18 - 26, 2021 Zoom

Timings: 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM

Engineering Foundation Course
Day 1 - Algebra July 18, 2021
Day 2 - Electromagnetic waves, Electricity & Magnetism July 19, 2021 03:14 PM Meeting Recording
Day 3 - Linear Programming & Vector July 20, 2021 02:59 PM Meeting Recording
Day 4 - Laser & Quantum Mechanics July 21, 2021 Meeting Recording
Day 5 - Calculus, Permutation & Combination July 22, 2021 Meeting Recording
Tech Talks First Week of August 2021  
Counselling July 23 (5:30 PM - 6:30 PM)  
Quiz July 24 (4 pm)  
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Note:- Certificates will be provided for those who successfully complete the quiz

Event Details
2021-07-18 10:00 to 2021-07-26 17:00
School of Engineering