Department of Chemistry in Bahubali college of Engineering came into existence in the year 1997. The department takes active participation in all the activities of the college.
Mathematics is the queen of all subjects. Day to day happenings cannot be imagined without Mathematics. For the Engineers it is an indispensable tool. Wherever there is any engineering application we will see application of engineering mathematics. Few people do that application part, others just enjoy the fruits of the work. Its application is everywhere, from the simple pillars of a house to the mighty hydroelectric dams, from a car on road to a satellite orbiting earth, weather predictions, financial markets, modeling any real life process, etc. Engineering mathematics is an interdisciplinary subject motivated by engineers' needs both for practical, theoretical and to deal with constraints to be effective in their work. The students have studied mathematics before (calculus, linear algebra, numerical analysis) but when they study engineering subjects which involve mathematics they often cannot relate mathematics to those subjects. Students can be motivated to understand their engineering problems better. Mathematics lecturers are encouraged to provide mathematics problems which are more related to engineering fields. The department came into existence in the year 1997 along with the institution itself to teach Mathematics for Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Production Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering students. Since then Mathematics was taught in the first two years (four semesters) of study. In the 2003 the department was clubbed with Physics, Chemistry, Civil, Electrical, English and Kannada and was called Basic Science and Allied Engineering Department. Again from 2016 the Departments were split and are now working independently. In 2005 Information Science and Engineering branch was started in the college and in 2010 PG course MEM was added in the institution. Along with the progress of the institution, the department of Mathematics also grew to its present condition consisting of two staff members one pursuing Ph.D. and one Assistant Professor.
The Department of Physics was established in the year 1997 as a basic academic unit for all the engineering branches of the college. With a continuous infrastructure development since 1997, today the department is equipped with a well established lab catering to the needs of first year B.E. curriculum of Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, Karnataka. The department has two teaching faculties having doctoral degree from the institutes of national importance. There are two supporting staffs to assist the department activities. Faculties are involved in research in the fields of nanostructured magnetic materials, crystallography, materials science, and allied domain. The faculties have published more than 15 papers in international/national journals and presented about 25 papers in international/national conferences.