Indus Institute of Sciences Humanities and Liberal Studies
The Indus Institute of Sciences, Humanities and Liberal Studies (IISHLS) is one of the core centres at the Indus University that strives to provide core knowledge of sciences and the English language.
Indus Institute of Sciences Humanities & Liberal Studies
The Indus Institute of Sciences, Humanities and Liberal Studies (IISHLS) is one of the core centers at the Indus University that strives to provide core knowledge of sciences and the English language. This institute covers six significant departments: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Life Sciences and Languages.
The departments are developed to improve the capacity to think logically, apply scientific ideas to solve real-life problems and appreciate basic science subjects. The departments are delivering graduate, postgraduate and Ph.D programmes. These programmes are created to cater to the requirements of the trending times so that students are trained to become professionals in the core sciences and areas like pharmaceutical science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and English language teaching. These departments also offer and teach efficiently suitable subjects in the engineering, management and aviation disciplines.
The departments at IISHLS are furnished with well-qualified and committed individuals, which scaffold the continuous innovations across the university. Innovation and a keen eye for details describe these departments' workings, having its presence in all other programmes at Indus. The departments possess state-of-the-art computer, physics and chemistry laboratories to keep the theoretical aspects of the subjects and impart practical knowledge of the same. It also has a language laboratory to enhance English and communication skills.
Finally, all the faculty members continuously upgrade their subject domains by presenting and publishing papers in national and international conferences/journals. This allows them to stay updated with the current developments of the field and efficiently obtain these developments into the classrooms for the enlargement of the subject/s.
As part of their project, students studying Clinical Research paid a visit to Civil Hospital Asarwa. They took the opportunity to explore various sections of the hospital, learning about real-world medical practices and patient care directly. This experience offered them a close-up look at “how things work in a healthcare setting” adding practical knowledge to their studies.
Dr. Paras Patel, Assistant Professor, published a Research Paper entitled “Viscometric and Refractive Index Study of Intermolecular Interaction Between Binary Mixtures of Terpinolene with o-, m- and p-cresol at 303.15, 308.15 and 313.15 K” in SCI Index International Journal (Impact Factor - 1.1) Indian J. Chem. 62 (2023) 575–585. https://doi.org/10.56042/ijc.v62i6.2521."
Dr. Nikunj Valand, Assistant Professor has published a Research Article entitled “Discovery of Anti-Breast Cancer Thiophene Sulfonamide Derivatives: Design, Synthesis, Molecular Docking against EGFR, MM-PBSA, MD Simulations, ADME/Tox, and in Vitro Studies” in Scopus and Clarivates Index International Journal "Chemistry Select" (Publisher Wiley, Impact Factor: 2.307).