Civil Engineering is the mother of all engineering branches. This department provides, Laboratories, sessionals and site visits apart from regular classes. Various laboratories like surveying, computer aided drafting and design, engineering geology, structural engineering, soil mechanics and foundation engineering, fluid mechanics, hydraulics machines and cement and concrete, are provided with the latest equipment and give practical exposure to the students. The department provides exposure to the students, making them aware about various materials, transportation, and computer aided design, etc. Also, the Sessional classes provide students with an opportunity to work with the latest technology. After completion of this course there are plenty of opportunities for students in Govt., Public and Private Domain as a civil engineer.
Civil Engineering laboratories are equipped with high quality equipment procured from internationally famous manufacturing firms.
Environmental and Pollution Control Laboratory is equipped with-state-of-the-art equipment to test the pollutants in air and water. In this lab BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) & COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) are also determined in the waste water and further, suggestions are made for the treatment of the same.
In this laboratory students learn about testing compressive strength of concrete. Students are taught to design concrete of required compressive strength after determining the basic properties of ingredients, namely, cement, coarse aggregates, fine aggregates and water.
The Surveying Laboratory enables students to understand the basic principles of surveying by conducting field exercises using surveying equipment like compass, levels, theodolite, total station, plane table, etc. Most of the field exercises are conducted outside the laboratory room to gather field survey data using state- of-the-art surveying equipment. Reduction and calculation of the field data for final results are performed in the laboratory room.
These two laboratories are necessary for a Civil Engineering student to gain the insight of Civil Engineering. In Geology lab the students learn to identify the various stones, rocks and also study about the faults, fissures, dips, strikes, etc.In Geo-technology laboratory, students learn about various properties and behaviour of soils.
In construction of highways, various materials are used. These materials are supposed to meet the strength, abrasion impact, properties as laid down in IRC Codes. The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment procured from AIMIL.
This laboratory has state of art equipments to understand the behaviour and properties of water and verify certain theorems related to fluid flow. The characteristics of fluid or hydraulic machines like Centrifugal pump, Pelton Wheel, Francis Turbine, etc., are also studied.
This laboratory teaches students the behaviour of various structural elements like columns, beams, trusses, etc., under different support conditions. The various theorems of structural engineering are also verified by seeing the actual behaviour under different loading and support conditions.
Mechanical Engineering is one of the core branches and its principles are involved in the design, study, development and construction of nearly all of the physical devices and systems. Continued research and development have led to better machines and processes helping the mankind. Mechanical Engineering is having major sub branches like design, thermal, automation, manufacturing engineering, and energy engineering. It is arguably the broadest of any engineering branch. Technologies like CAD, CAE, CIM, and PLM etc. have been the driving factors for evaluation of product life cycle by revolutionizing conceptualization, design detailing analysis and manufacturing procedure.
All the workshops and laboratories are equipped with quality machines and equipments. Complete safety is ensured while the students work or learn on the machine and equipment. All laboratories are quite spacious, properly ventilated and comfortable for learning and performing experiments.The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Ashoka Institute attracts an extraordinary rich diversity and talented individuals in teaching and operational areas. With excellent teaching and learning environment it provides a platform to instill high motivation, moral values and leadership in its students. Mechanical engineering graduates can build his career in several fields such as Automobile, Production, Manufacturing, Aerospace, Design, Maintenance, Power-Plant, Automation and Robotics and Thermal Engineering
The Department has a fine blend of renowned as well as young faculty members and is involved in providing quality education. The laboratories are well equipped, organized in such a way that student's academics initiates with basics of electronics and are modernized to reflect the rapid changes in technology. The curriculum in electronics and communication engineering lays greater emphasis on deep understanding of fundamental principles and state of the art knowledge of electronic devices and circuits, computer architecture and microprocessors, VLSI and embedded systems, electromagnetic field theory, analog and digital communication, digital signal processing, microwave and broadband communications. The discipline typically also designs passive electrical components, usually based on printed circuit boards. Scope of EC engineering is vast that it is applied in every field. The development of the world that includes every area such as telecommunication, satellite, microelectronics, technology etc is all based on electronics engineering. Electronics has also helped in developing health care, automation, signal processing etc. Medical equipments are predominantly electronic and their installation and maintenance require knowledge of this branch. In automobile- The speed dial, air bag systems etc are all based on electronics. In modern equipments- For the production, maintenance and repair of computers, laptops, tabs, mobiles etc.In communication (Radio & Telephones) there is huge scope for students. In manufacturing of PCB, IC etc.also students have plenty of job opportunities.
The Department is well equipped to provide the students with academic supervision in the mainstream areas, with an added emphasis on research oriented teaching. Electrical Engineering broadly involving electricity, electromagnetism and electronics is essential in modern human life and industries. The present day academic activities of electrical engineering are very broad with this due reason. The academic activities in the department focus on the frontier areas of electrical engineering such as power quality studies, distributed generation, soft switching of converters, inverter design, control strategies for complex systems including robotics systems and networked control systems, high voltage and insulation. The electrical engineer makes electrical system perform in a safe and economical way, while ensuring quality and reliability. Almost everything we use today works on electricity or uses its principles. Electrical engineers works on various projects which can include developing home appliances, medical equipment, cars etc.After completion of this course students can join in Govt.,Public or private sector as a Electrical engineer, management trainee and graduate engineer Trainee.
Electrical Engineering Department is equipped with well organized laboratories. and also implement experiments beyond the curriculum.
This Department deals with both software and hardware aspects of computer which provides ways to speed up and optimize the work not only of the industry but also of common people. It deals with the development, utilization, inter- relations and confluence of computers, networking, telecommunications and technology and technology management in the context of global interests. The Department of Computer Science and engineering has been dedicated towards creation of an innovative academic environment, which focuses on the overall development of students as well as faculty. Besides academic courses, research and innovation are given due importance. After completion of this course student will be placed in Govt. as well as in corporate sector as a System engineer, Assistant engineer, Programme developer, Software engineer, Trouble shooting expert and Data based administrator.
The Department of Pharmacy was established in 2010 at Ashoka Institute of Technology and Management, Varanasi. Department is approved by All India council for technical education (AICTE) and Pharmacy council of India (Approved for course conduction), and affiliated to Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU), Lucknow. Pharmacy is the health profession that links health sciences with chemical sciences and is charged with ensuring the safe and effective development and use of pharmaceutical drugs. After Successful completion of this course students can start their career as Drug Inspector, Hospital, Clinical or Community Pharmacist, Chemist, Drug and Food Analyst, Production Manager, Product Manager, Research and development executive, junior Scientist.
Biotechnology at Ashoka has been established in 2011, with the objective of integrating life sciences with engineering and to develop cutting-edge technology through research, training and technological innovation. Since its inception, the department has witnessed a consistent rise in the students demand for the subject. The department is well equipped with the all necessary instruments and number of research facilities. The department has a young, enthusiastic and well qualified faculties actively involved in research and teaching. The teachers are available to the students for academic as well as personal counselling. The department has been encouraging the students tothink independently as well as implementing research ideas. During this short span of time, the discipline has grown in every sphere. Students having degree of B. Tech. Biotechnology could claim themselves as high quality Bioengineering professional. Amongst the various career options some are like below:
Biotech industries, Higher Education, Research and Development, Food and Drug Development and Pharma Industries, Government Sector and Teaching.
(A Two Years Full Time Courses) ASHOKA, Varanasi by Charitable Trust "Surabhi Charitable Trust " with a vision to establish a technical Institute that provides not only syllabus based classroom education but also an opportunity to define technical ideas and convert them into operational and accomplished realities. The Institute is affiliated to the "APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow" and is approved by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).
Candidates will be considered for admission on merit based on
Candidates must be graduate in any discipline with SEE/CAT/MAT Score.
Conduction of minimum attendance
No student will be allowed to appear for the examination, if he does not attend minimum 75% classes of theory, practical, drawing etc. nor will he be allowed to appear for the examination if he fails to submit satisfactory all the assignments, jobs, journals and reports as specified by the university within the stipulated time limit.
|1||B. Tech. I Year Syllabus All Branch (Effective from 2016-17)|
|2||B. Tech. I Year Syllabus BioTechnology (Effective from 2016-17)|
|3||B.Tech. II Year Syllabus (Biotechnology) (Effective from 2017-18)|
|4||B.Tech. II Year Syllabus (Civil Engg.) (Effective from 2017-18)|
|5||B.Tech. II Year Syllabus (Computer Science & Engg.) (Effective from 2017-18)|
|6||B.Tech. II Year Syllabus (Electrical Engg.) (Effective from 2017-18)|
|7||B.Tech. II Year Syllabus (Electronics & Communication Engg.) (Effective from 2017-18)|
|8||B.Tech. II Year Syllabus (Mechanical Engg.) (Effective from 2017-18)|
|9||B.Tech. III Year Syllabus (Biotechnology) (Effective from 2015-16)|
|10||B.Tech. III Year Syllabus (Civil Engg.) (Effective from 2015-16)|
|11||B.Tech. III Year Syllabus (Computer Science & Engg.) (Effective from 2015-16)|
|12||B.Tech. III Year Syllabus (Electrical Engg.) (Effective from 2015-16)|
|13||B.Tech. III Year Syllabus (Electronics & Communication Engg.) (Effective from 2016-17)|
|14||B.Tech. III Year Syllabus (Mechanical Engg.) (Effective from 2015-16)|
|15||B.Tech. IIII Year Syllabus (Biotechnology) (Effective from 2016-17)|
|16||B.Tech. IIII Year Syllabus (Civil Engg.) (Effective from 2016-17)|
|17||B.Tech. IIII Year Syllabus (Computer Science & Engg.) (Effective from 2016-17)|
|18||B.Tech. IIII Year Syllabus (Electrical Engg.) (Effective from 2016-17)|
|19||B.Tech. IIII Year Syllabus (Electronics & Communication Engg.) (Effective from 2016-17)|
|20||B.Tech. IIII Year Syllabus (Mechanical Engg.) (Effective from 2016-17)|
|21||BPharm I Year Syllabus (Effective from 2017-18)|
|22||BPharm II Year Syllabus (Effective from 2017-18)|
|23||BPharm III Year Syllabus (Effective from 2015-16)|
|24||BPharm IIII Year Syllabus (Effective from 2016-17)|
|25||MBA I Year Syllabus (Effective from 2016-17)|
|26||MBA II Year Syllabus (Effective from 2017-18)|
|Course||Compulsory Subjects||Anyone of the following Subjects|
|B. Tech.||Physics & Mathematics||Chemistry / Bio-Technology / Biology / Technical Vocational subject|
|B. Tech. (Bio-Technology)||(i) Physics & (ii) Mathematics OR Biology||Chemistry / Bio-Technology / Technical Vocational subject|
|B. Pharm.||Physics & Chemistry||Mathematics / Bio-Technology / Biology / Technical Vocational Subject|
* Percentage criteria For Direct Admission in B.Tech & B.Pharm.
|For Civil Engg, Electrical Engg, Electronics & Communication Engg, Mechanical Engg and BioTechnology||For Gen/OBC – 60% in PCB/PCM & Overall
For SC/ST – 55% in PCB/PCM & Overall in 12th.
|For Computer Science & Engineering||For Gen/OBC/SC/ST – 60% in PCB/PCM & 70% Overall in 12th|
|For B.Pharm.||For Gen/OBC/SC/ST – 60% in PCB/PCM & 70% Overall in 12th.|