A P S Educational Trust (Registered Public Trust - 1935)
A P S College of Engineering
[ Affiliated to VTU Belagavi & Approved by AICTE New Delhi ]
Somanahalli, Kanakapura Road (NH 209), Bengaluru - 560082, Karnataka, INDIA

Applied Science


The Department was established in the year 1997.
Department has well qualified and experienced faculty headed by Dr. S.T. Kumara as coordinator.
Department aims at providing outstanding teaching and quality training in Science and has four Ph.D. holders.
Department conducts courses in Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry,
Engineering Mathematics and offers open electives for 6 th and 7 th semester students of all branches.
Department also identifies students who need extra mentoring in the subjects and conducts remedial classes in order to help students.
The department of Physics is a recognized Research Center under VTU.

What is Science & Engineering?

Answer. Science is the study of the physical world, while Engineering applies scientific knowledge to design processes, structures or equipment. The motive of the course is to provide students sufficient knowledge and skills that would be required to channelize their learning in a practical sense when they enter the job market.

What is the Job opportunities in Engineering?

Answer. Engineering graduates have a broad range of career options, including different kinds of engineering roles, jobs in related areas such as supply chain and jobs in other industries such as finance and IT. Throughout your engineering degree, specific skills you will have gained include: planning, analytical thinking, presentation and other communication skills, numeracy, statistics and computing, capacity for detail data analysis, logical thinking, problem solving, organisational abilities, project management, research skills, teamwork, resilience.


To provide value based Education to the budding engineers.
To encourage the students of all discipline in the academic pursuit.
To provide students best human and professional values.



Department strives to be recognized for laying a strong foundation in basic sciences and prepare students to learn engineering better.


To provide a platform to keep abreast with current development in science.
2. Acquire abilities to evaluate problems using Mathematics.
3. To create human resources with strong foundation in Physics, which can be applied to
wide areas in Science and Technology.
4. To awaken the young minds and discover their talents both in theory and practical

Teaching Faculty

Sl.No. Name
1 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Dr. Kumar S T
Professor and Head
HOD, Physics & First Year Coordinator
2 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Dr. K S Anand
Professor, Mathematics
3 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Dr. Narsimha R Parvatikar
Associate Professor, Physics
4 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Dr. N C Shobha
Associate Professor, Physics
5 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Dr. K R Sridhara
Associate Professor, Mathematics
6 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Prof. D R Bharathadevi
Assistant Professor, Chemistry
7 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Prof. Srilakshmi V Kittur
Assistant Professor, Humanitie
8 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Dr. M C Manohar
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
9 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Ms. Priyanka B R
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
10 APSCE basic_science Department Bangaore
Ms. Pallavi A
Assistant Professor, Chemistry


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Research Articles/Publications

Dr. Shobha N.C., Department of Physics
1. Article: “ Optical, Thermal, and Detailed Statistical Parameter Study on Nanoparticles
Dispersed into Liquid Crystalline Composites Using MATLAB Program”
DOI: http://doi.org/10.1007/s13538-019-00670-9
2. Article: “Image Enhancement Studies in Two Liquid Crystals of Different Side Chain and
Terminal Groups” DOI: http://16.10089.IJMTE.2019.V915.19.28071
3. Article: “Estimation of Thermodynamic and Bayer’s Nonlinearity parameter in two different
series of liquid crystals – Dilatometric study”DOI: http://16.10089.IJMTE.2019.V915.19.28075
4. Article: “Orientational order parameter of liquid crystalline nano composites by Newton’s
rings and image analysis methods”
DOI: http://doi.org/10.17586/2220-8054-2019-10-3-243-254

Dr. K.S. Anand, Department of Mathematics
1. Exponential stability of neutral time delay differential systems with lmi approach
DOI: http://rsmams.org/journals/articleinfo.php?articleid=346&tag=seajmams
2. An asymptotic stability analysis of neutral time delays system with non linear uncertainty
DOI: http://rsmams.org/journals/articleinfo.php?articleid=354&tag=seajmams
3. Finite-time synchronization of Markovian jumping complex dynamical networks and hybrid couplings”

4. “Synchronization of Singular Markovian Jumping Neutral Complex Dynamical Networks with Time-
arying Delays via Pinning Control”
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10473-020-0319-y

5. LMI approach to Asymptotic Stability of Linear Systems with Interval Time-Varying Delays
DOI: https://www.eurchembull.com/uploads/paper/5a24fbd52f34239bace52a51a6946e4a.pdf

K R Sridhar, Department of Mathematics
1. Transitive Domination Polynomial of Graphs

DOI: https://archives.tpnsindia.org/index.php/sipn/article/download/6849/6592
2. Vertex Polynomial of Middle, Line and Total Graphs of some standard Graphs.
DOI: ijmh.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/v4i8/H0794044820.pdf
3. An Atlas of accurate domination polynomials of connected graphs of order at most six
DOI: https://www.proquest.com/docview/2816739900?pq-igsite=gscholar&fromopenview=true
4. Accurate and Connected Accurate Domination Polynomials of Graphs.
DOI: https://www.proquest.com/docview/2816739900?pq-igsite=gscholar&fromopenview=true
5. The Status Indices of Central Graphs of Some Standard Graphs.
DOI: https://www.proquest.com/docview/2816739900?pq-origsite=gscholar&fromopenview=true