Science is a vast field and concerns almost everything that our eyes can see or cannot see. Everything in the universe can be studied under the field of science. Science is the subject behind so many significant and progressive developments. The subject has helped so many people to find the right way to fight deadly diseases, raise awareness and has produced unlimited opportunities for us. It includes study of subjects like Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Biology. Studying science equips a student with essential skills that make them employable. They can opt for professional streams like engineering and medicine.
Chemistry is everywhere! It plays a role in everyone’s lives and touches almost every aspect of our existence in some way. Chemistry is essential for meeting our basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, health, energy, and clean air, water, and soil.
Chemistry is also referred to as the ‘central science’ because it joins together physics and mathematics, biology and medicine, and the earth and environmental sciences. Chemistry teaches useful skills. Because it is a science, learning chemistry means learning how to be objective and how to reason and solve problems
Chemistry opens up career options. There are many careers in chemistry, but even if you’re looking for a job in another field, the analytical skills you gained in chemistry are helpful. Chemistry applies to the food industry, retail sales, transportation, art, homemaking… really any type of work you can name.
The Biology Lab has modern, well-equipped apparatus and with all the latest instrumentation. Future Biological Scientists studying at the University are the first to benefit from a suite of state-of-the-art science labs.
Electronics dominate the world today and many of the people in it. Within the past twenty years or so, so many improvements and advancements in technology have created a world which relies on electronic services and communication. It is hard to find an electrical item in your home that does not have electronics partnered with it, in some way.
Electronics is a fascinating field, and one which could make your time at the college a challenging, enriching and rewarding experience. Just as the world needs its Doctors, Nurses and Teachers, Electricals is something which we simply couldn’t do without. If the students like the idea of creating electrical systems which could help millions of people on a day-to-day basis, like the systems used in phones, or computers, then choosing the field as Electronics is always advantageous. You will be hard pressed to find a corner of the world where electrical engineers are not required, with a major set of opportunities abroad especially in UK and European countries.
The electronics lab is where basic analogue and digital experiments are conducted. This lab gives wide exposure to students in the area of Integrated circuits and enables them to equip themselves to work in more advanced laboratories in the department.
Physics is the study of the workings and limitations of nature’s laws. It is the oldest academic discipline, and the most widely respected. From Newton to Einstein, the greatest geniuses who have ever lived were physicists. Studying Physics qualifies individuals for a diverse variety of occupations. It is therefore a great idea for individuals who are intelligent, but have no idea what they want to do with their lives. A generic physics qualification can easily be converted into astrophysics, medical physics, nuclear physics or theoretical physics. You could be gazing at the stars, curing cancer with radiation therapy, maintaining a nuclear power plant, or solving complex equations with very little need for specialization. It can equip you with some profound answers. However, it’s always best to be modest! If someone complements you, it’s better to downplay your achievements. Nevertheless, the respect you earn can certainly help to build self-esteem and confidence.
It has become difficult to imagine the world without the influence of computer technology and there are more reasons to pursue this area of study than you may think. The exponential growth in technology has seen in the past ten years the emergence of Twitter, Facebook, smart phones, wireless communications and many other technological advances in fields such as medicine and robotics.
Computer science covers a great many job roles, from pure programming positions such as .NET developers, to the opportunity to be engaged with technical change management or to project manage development cycles. Experienced professionals also benefit from possessing a great number of transferable skills. This allows for professionals to move around the computing sector, keeping their workload fresh, while simultaneously developing new and solidifying existing skills and competencies.
The increasing influence of globalisation and developments in cross-continental communications has transformed the job market, with large businesses and corporations now able to relocate much of their development work to nations where the demand for skills can be met. The emergence of global technology hubs, such as Hong Kong, South Korea and Singapore, highlights how the uptake of computing early on in schools can significantly boost the national economy and drive up living standards for the wider population. Taking computer science can also provide opportunities for travel, as professionals with these particular skills are sought out across the globe, offering candidates the freedom to live and work in a country of their choosing.
The computer lab on campus provides a variety of equipment and a large array of productivity, and discipline-specific software’s. These facilities offer a wide variety of hardware and software options to meet your academic computing needs.
Mathematics has a number of very useful benefits to our mind if we go into its study. It develops our reasoning, helps us to have analytical thinking, quickens our mind, generates practicality and also its use can be applied in the day to day activities. Some of civilisation’s most prized and proud achievements are completely reliant on Mathematics. Planes flying seamlessly through the air, high availability of complex medicines, even the computer we use are: all of these increasingly vital commodities rely on the use and study of numbers. Mathematics is a reasonably neutral subject and so it is easily combined with other courses. Studying Mathematics does not have to be purely numerical, but can involve the art to offer literary, musical or scientific nourishment.
The high level of employability is strengthened by the fact that careers involving maths are typically permanent, in that numbers in whichever form they take are going to be around forever, and so money, computing and many other mathematical fields are reasonably safe career paths.