Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Systems
Department of Aeronautical Engineering
Started in 1962 the Department of Aeronautical Engineering has over the years adapted and improved with the fast pace of technology. A sincere and hardworking student body and wholehearted support of the dedicated faculty have contributed in no small measure to the professional successes enjoyed by a good number of individuals who graduated from this department. The department has been continually changing and evolving to meet the needs of modern industry and to train its students to pursue their goals with concentrated determination that has led former students to the greatest heights in their endeavor no matter what responsibility they choose to assume.
With rapid changes in the professional world the department has also focused on the drawing of the information age and has established new courses and laboratory facilities with the aim of supplying their students with every tool they need to succeed in the fast changing landscape of the modern professional arena. Thus the department ensures the students the versatility to adapt to the dynamic and fast moving world and its many industries.
Department of Applied Sciences
The department comprises sections of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering Geology & Humanities.
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