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

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, Mechanics, Semiconductors, 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 Physics Laboratory

The basic focus in the Engineering Physics Laboratory is to develop scientific temper and encourage students to innovate in diverse technical areas for better understanding of technical and engineering problems.The experiments prescribed have been carefully planned for individual student’s performance in given period. This laboratory is equipped with all sophisticated, modern and advanced instruments for conducting various important experiments in Physics. Major experiments in lab course are related with optics and advanced area in Physics such as Fibre optics, Ultrasound, LASER, Semiconductors.

Laboratory Incharge: Dr. Ms. S. N. Pusawale
Laboratory Assistant: Mr. R. R. Patil
Area: 130 sq. meters
Quality of Instruments: Good and Working
Total investment: 10,84,385.25/-

Major Equipment

Hall Effect setup

Band Gap energy kit (DFP 03)

Ultrasonic Interferometer

Universal BH curve tracer unit

He-Ne LASER Unit

Laurent’s half shade polarimeter

Fiber optic communication link

Newton’s Ring Experiment Set

Force Resonance Oscillator

In Physics laboratory we have various instruments as

  • Hall effect setup
  • Ultrasonic interferometer for liquids and solids
  • B-H curve tracer unit
  • Band gap energy kit (DFP 03 model)
  • Fiber optic communication link kit
  • Diffraction of LASER
  • Digital storage oscilloscope
  • Spectrometer
  • Optical bench
  • Newton’s Ring Setup
  • Laurent’s Half Shade Polarimeter
  • Forced oscillator

Engineering Chemistry Laboratory

The Engineering Chemistry laboratory is well equipped with modern and advanced instruments for conducting various experiments in Engineering Chemistry subject. Major experiments are planned in such way that a student can understand nature, composition and characteristics of engineering materials by analyzing it.

Laboratory Incharge: Dr. R. M. Kurane
Senior Instructor: Mr. R. R. Lohar
Area: 95 Sq. met.
Student Teacher ratio: 21:1
Quality of Instruments: Good and Working
Total Investment: 5, 51, 268/-

List of Equipment’s
Conductivity Meter Digital
2 Melting Point Apparatus
3 Hot Air Oven
5 Direct reading Potentiometer
6 Digital Spectrophotometer
7 Muffle furnace
8 Aniline Point Apparatus
9 Photo calorimeter with 8 filter
10 Potentiometer with electrode
12 Flame Photometer with Na, K filter & Compressor

Language Laboratory

The Department has a modern Language Laboratory with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment to aid in imparting language skills. The Laboratory is effectively utilized by students and faculty members for various self-enhancement and soft skill development activities. Laboratory proves beneficial for those students who are poor in use of English language. Students from rural areas who are generally weak in English can have sufficient ear training in the language lab. It aims at confidence-building among students for interactions and presentations in English. To learn Basic English language skills, communication skills and to practice aptitude series our students use various online resources.
Language laboratory has been developed by the college to facilitate sharpening of communication skills in English outside the classroom. Students from rural areas who are generally weak in English can have sufficient ear training in the language lab. The English language laboratory focuses on enhancing students' communication skills. The lab provides full-fledged computer-assisted language learning, the Interactive, multimedia Labs enable students to equip themselves with an array of much-needed skills viz. public speaking, group discussion, debate and paper presentation etc. The main objectives of the Language Laboratory are:

  • To equip the students with good communication skills.
  • To emphasize the need of English in the technical world.
  • To prepare them for interviews and future job environments.
  • To train the students in the art of conversation and discussion.

Details of language laboratory:
Laboratory Location: Central Computing Facility
Laboratory In-charge: Mr. R. S. Patil
Laboratory In charge (Orell iTELL Software): Dr. Ms. D. M. Kadam
Laboratory Assistant: Mr. Manik Yadav
Area: 754 ft2
Total Investment: 15,84,422/-
Stations: One Teacher Station and Twenty-four Student Stations Following English language and communication skills related laboratory sessions can be conducted here:

  • Grammar of English Language: Practice and Exercises
  • Vocabulary Building Skills
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Introduction to Phonetic Sounds
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Business Letter Writing
  • Oral Presentations (Self Introduction, Extempore, Public Speech, Formal Presentation, Use of AV Aids, etc.)
  • Group Discussion (Unstructured & Structured )
  • Mastering Presentation Tools (Microsoft Word & PowerPoint)
  • Preparation of & Appearing for the Interview
  • Situational Conversations
  • Understanding Importance of Body Language