Professional discourses have been a fertile ground of inquiry by many social theorists who have tried to pin-down the epistemic dimension of professions. In professional engineering workplace discourses scientific theory and development play a significant, but not the only, part in the technical dimension of engineering work. Procedural methods, styles of working, historical precedents, rules of thumb, instinct and aesthetics which all constitute the engineering method that takes into cognition other experiences is an essential ingredient in reaching technical outcomes.
The idea of engineering profession as productive pragmatists which uses the tools of techno science that is inclusive of humanities and social sciences has widely recognized. In the engineering profession and education the need for the inclusion of greater humanities content into engineering curricula has been recognized because the engineering profession is to be transformed from a technical profession into a social profession that reflects the realities of engineering workplaces. To promote such a view, the college delivers the humanities subjects to the students
It is the common department related to Applied Sciences & Humanities subjects. Understanding the core concepts of Allied Sciences is necessary to develop analytical minds as well as to discover budding undergraduate engineers in more systematic and scientific way. The undergraduate curriculum at JEC Group begins with explaining the core concepts of Allied Sciences.
The subjects taught in this department are common to all branches. Hence forth these are the subjects which students undergo at the 1st year (1st Semester & 2nd Semester) of engineering