Rajarambapu Institute of Technology
UGC has granted extension of Autonomous Status to Rajarambapu Institute of Technology for the period w.e.f. 2017-2018 to 2021-2022      |      3rd rank in Top Engineering Colleges of Excellence as per CSR-GHRDC Engineering Colleges Survey 2018.      |      RIT has ranked 25th amongst Top 100 Engineering Colleges in India - 2018 (Siliconindia Survey Report)      |      RIT has Ranked 43rd in Top 100 T-Schools in India 2019 Rankings & Ranked 9th in West Zone of Maharashtra as per DATAQUEST Survey 2019.      |      Diploma Admission MSBTE Information 2020-21

Department of First Year Engineering (Sciences and Humanities:)

This department plays a major role in equipping first year B. Tech. students to take up their core program education. The English Language Laboratory assists students in improving their linguistic skills. Activities like individual and group presentations, situational conversations and software based assistance to enhance soft skills help students to develop their personalities. The department has state-of-the-art Chemistry Laboratory and Physics Laboratory. Special care is taken for first year students by providing faculty mentors to help them to adapt to engineering subjects.

Engineering Mathematics:

Mathematical courses offers assistance to many under graduate and post-graduate engineering courses of the college. In order to have a strong mathematical base at both the U.G. and P. G. levels, the department conducts lectures, tutorials and seminars for the first four semesters of U. G. courses and the open elective courses for final year B. Tech. and M. Tech. students. The Mathematics shares the goals of the institute of achieving excellence in teaching and research
The department takes the responsibility of preparing students for the high levels of mathematical skills required in engineering. The department has been taking a leading role in developing curricula and syllabi for engineering mathematics and statistics, assisting B.Tech. and M.Tech. Projects where applications in new areas of differential and integral calculus, fuzzy mathematics, discrete mathematics, mathematical modeling, probability & statistics for engineers are called for.  
Apart from stressing on consistent and good academic performance, the students are motivated to show their talent in the field of Mathematics. They are motivated to handle seminars, group activities and power point presentations in tutorial sessions. This enables better learning of this fundamental discipline.

Engineering Physics:

                There is symbiotic relation between Physics & Engineering. Broadly speaking, Engineering is mainly Applied Physics. The present day technological developments have been the result of joint efforts of physicists & engineers. A proper study of Physics is therefore indispensable for engineering students to excel in their fields. The physicist discovers scientific principles and invents devices to describe & explain them. The technician applies and magnifies these devices for human convenience and comfort.
The department of Sciences and Humanities offers Engineering Physics Theory and Lab course for F. Y. B. Tech students.  The theory course deals with the advanced areas in Physics like Fiber Optics, LASER, Quantum Physics, and Architectural Acoustics etc.; whereas lab course is designed in order to understand the actual fundamentals, students learn during theory, in practice.

Engineering Chemistry:

Chemistry is the branch of science that deals with the study of composition and properties of matter. So chemistry is relevant to every walk of life. Chemistry is needed everywhere in life. Without a chemical reaction there is no single moment in life.
Chemistry plays an important role in engineering. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are the basic sciences learnt by a student in school and intermediate level. Engineering students must have basic understanding of these subjects.
Syllabus of Chemistry in engineering stream extends the knowledge acquired at intermediate level. The subject is offered as ‘Engineering Chemistry’; theory and lab course for the students in their first year of engineering and it is common for all the branches of engineering. Here Engineering chemistry forms a bridge between basic sciences and engineering subjects. Engineering Programmes like Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering , Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering , Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology Engineering, Automobile Engineering need the basics of chemistry directly or indirectly.

Communication Skills:

Technical competence is at the core of success in engineering but it is equally crucial to consider ability to communicate concepts effectively. In order to prepare an engineering graduate to satisfy the above needs, an efficient and effective curriculum of English Proficiency has been developed with effective planning of its delivery. This interactive course reviews the fundamental principles behind effective communication of all types, providing guidance on communication and presentation strategies. It gives practical advice on the different modes of communication, including formal writings skills like emails, letters, notices, and reports; telephone, face-to-face interactions, and examines how to design and deliver an effective presentation.
In recent years, the department has widened its scope by offering choice based courses of Professional Skills Development under Soft Skills Program for higher classes. The faculty of English navigates the mission of imparting these skills for B. Tech and M. Tech programs.
Gnosis Plus are pioneers in delivering well designed and outcome based skill programs to institutions that empower students to excel in career. Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (RIT) along with Gnosis Plus has facilitated English Language Training for First Year B. Tech students. The training modules are targeted to empower students with English language skills that will help them to develop Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing (LSRW) skills. The skills will help them to achieve their goals in academics and career. It is ensured that all students participate in the program with enthusiasm.

Foreign Languages:

To cater the need of students for jobs in MNCs the department has designed foreign language courses under choice based curriculum. Here students get an opportunity to learn German and Japanese language to meet global needs.

Mini Projects:

Learning by doing or experiential learning is the main theme of our autonomy hence we have incorporated mini project from first year.  We called it as NavNirmitee.

Students are expected to take up one innovative idea in consultation with their guide and design a gazette which will give desired functionality or carryout some experiments and come up with conclusions or develop software to convert data into information.

 Students need more than disciplinary knowledge so for NavNirmitee there is no restriction on forming the groups. Students from different disciplines can come together & form the group, they can select area of their interest and choose guide from that area. Students from different disciplines can help each other.

The mini project is for one credit and is designed to help students to develop practical ability and knowledge about tools/techniques in order to solve real life problems related to the industry, academic institutions and community and also to help them to excel in teamwork, Communication, customer-awareness, project management, leadership, ethics, societal context and professionalism.  This will help them in their social and technical life ahead.

 At the end of the semester there is final evaluation for the 100 marks in the form presentation with the help of PPT and model display. We evaluate the students on the basis of Novel idea of the project, Fulfillment of Project Objective, Experiential Learning, Knowledge, Practical Utility, Cost effectiveness and presentation. Students show full enthusiasm in this process.

Environmental Science:

It provides an integrated, quantitative and interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental systems. The students of Engineering undergoing this course would develop a better understanding of human relationships, perceptions and policies towards the environment and focus on design and technology for improving environmental quality. Their exposure to subjects like understanding of earth processes, evaluating alternative energy systems, pollution control and mitigation, natural resources management and the effects of global climate change will help the students to bring a systems approach to the analysis of environmental problems.