About Faculty of Applied Sciences
The Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences comprises of three departments: The Department of Computer Science and Engineering, the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Physics. In all there are 30 faculty members working in these three departments, seven of them having Ph.D. degrees from leading universities in industrialized countries. They have specializations in topology, image processing, networks, software engineering, numerical analysis, mathematical modeling and computer simulation, radiation physics and solar energy and computational fluid dynamics. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers a four-year BS programme in computer science. Presently the other two departments of the faculty cater to the mathematics and physics course requirements of the other faculties and constituent components of the university. The Departments of Mathematics of the faculty has just launched an MS course in Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing.