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The School of basic and applied sciences at G.G.S Indraprastha university is equipped to carry out both teaching and research through its various departments namely Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Nanoscience and Engineering Physics. The school endeavors to impart education of fundamentals so that students can well appreciate the intricacies of day to day problems and attempt to solve applied problems.
On one hand Basic Sciences contribute to the foundations of numerous professions and industries and on the other hand one sees the urge to create new scientific knowledge driven by intellectual curiosity besides the desire to have reliable information's for application.
The school faculty is in constant touch with various experts in the relevant field, is open to and willing to experiment with latest ideas in teaching.
The School has developed syllabii for various core courses that are being taught to the students of the university enrolled in its various schools like Information Technology, Chemical Technology, Computer Science & Engineering, Biochemical Process Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Bio-Technology, Environment Management and Software Engineering. These syllabii will also be followed up by the faculty of the various self- financing colleges that have been affiliated to the University.
School is running its own three courses namely M.Tech Engineering Physics, M.Tech Nanoscience & Technology, Post Graduate Diploma in Radiological Physics.
The well equipped laboratories of the school are being used by university students to carry out experiments to verify some fundamental concepts being taught to them. These laboratories are also expected to be a model for the affiliated colleges.
Through the accomplishment of this school, an attempt will be made for contributions towards environmental friendly atmosphere and utilization of alternate energy resources.