Center for Nano Science and Technology


  • To become a Centre of excellence in multidisciplinary engineering
  • Educate all about presence of Nano Technology in day to day life.
  • Cutting edge Research in the field of various technological/engineering aspects.
  • To create System designers, Scientists, Researchers, Product designers, Nano Technologists



  • Student-centered Teaching-learning processes and a stimulating R&D environment.
  • To conduct and support research, development, design and engineering in nanotechnology, and transfer the technology to industrial sector in order to increase India competitiveness, and improve the quality of life and the environment.
  • To Establish and Sustain State-of-art Infrastructure for professional aspirants hailing from both rural and urban areas by creating an ambience conducive for excellence in technical education and research


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO 1 : To produce masters who would have developed a strong background in Nanoscience, Nanomaterials, Thinfilms and ability to use these tools in their chosen fields of specialization.

PEO 2. : To produce masters who have the ability to serve country in the R&D domain on solving the problems in existing engineering aspects using the cutting edge technology tool called nanotechnology.

PEO 3. :To produce masters `who would attain professional competence through life-long learning such as advanced degrees, professional registration, and other professionalactivities.

PEO 4. : To produce masters who function effectively in a multi-disciplinary environment and individually, within a global, societal, and environmental context.

PEO 5. : To produce masters who would be able to take individual responsibility and to work as a part of a team towards the fulfilment of both individual and organizational goals.

Preamble : Nobel laureate Richard Feynman gave a thought provoking talk on December 29th 1959 at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society at the California institute of technology (Caltec.) He predicted that by the year 2000, products would be built one atom at a time. This is a great vision as it represented a new paradigm for manufacturing new exotic products that led to fundamental economic shift and now human race is heading towards a second industrial revolution. The shift is referred to as "Nanotechnology revolution".
Many organizations all over the world have started R & D activity in this field. This is emerging as an area of fast growth and potential employment. This technology holds a great promise of exciting applications in material science, electronics, medicine, food, communication links, bioscience, environment and other fields. Nanotechnology is an emerging interdisciplinary field combining principles of chemistry and physics with the engineering principles of material design, structural analysis, computer science, electrical engineering and system engineering. It is the technology to make things small, light, strong, and cheap.