Electronics lab provides an opportunity for students to learn about the basic concepts of electronic circuits. Lab Courses of ‘Electronic Devices and Circuits’ and ‘Electronic Circuit Design’ enable the students to learn the skill of circuit designing and assembling of different electronic components like diodes, transistors, ICs, regulators, resistors, capacitors, inductors etc. Electronics lab also possess High-end electronic equipment like digital storage oscilloscopes, LCR meters, digital multimeters, function generators and DC power supplies which enable the students to keenly observe the characteristics of electronic components and do the behavioral analysis of electronic circuits. It provides the students with an opportunity to have a hands-on experience of handling electronic components and shape their novel ideas into projects.
The Power Systems lab is equipped with 4 workstations that include latest training modules for Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Power System Protection. The lab is furnished with 6 workstations for Electro-Mechanical Systems, which include the different types of DC and AC machines. A Solar PV Training toolkit is available for Renewable Energy course.
Control and Instrumentation Lab:
Control and Instrumentations lab offers students to apply and demonstrate fundamental concepts of Control Systems Engineering and Instrumentation and Measurements by doing hands-on experiments using NI ELVIS-II trainer boards (QNET Mechatronics Sensors, QNET DC Motor, and QNET Rotary Pendulum) from National Instruments. Each workbench is equipped with Corei5 powered Viper PC and installed with LabView Software for data acquisition. Courses offered in Control and Instrumentations lab are Feedback Control Systems and Instrumentation and Measurements.
The Digital Logic Design course offered in this lab helps the students to understand digital logic circuits and get hands on experience with the concepts they learn in the course. The main equipment used in this lab such as the ICs of 74LS family of TTL circuits, 40LS family of CMOS circuits and a compatible Trainer board. Lab Experiments are designed in such a way that the students become well aware about the concepts of digital logic design. This lab consists of topics that cover the basic electronic circuit, combinational or sequential logic circuits and also how the memory characteristics work. The concept of digital logic has important use in all of today’s digital computers and devices like memory chips, microprocessors and many electronics devices.
The Microcontrollers Lab offers practical knowledge in courses of Embedded Systems ranging from the basic such as Microcontrollers and Interfacing, Embedded Systems to the more advanced courses like Advanced Embedded Systems, Digital System Design and VLSI design. The equipment available involves various microcontrollers, microcontrollers kits, Computer Systems, Oscilloscopes, Function Generators which offers labs in compliance with the modern standards. Facilities in the lab helps the students to develop their knowledge on processor architecture and system design.
Computing Lab 3:
The computing labs offer the fundamental concepts of computer engineering to undergrad students. A lab is equipped with state-of-the-art Viper computers with dual-boot option. Lab is used for multiple courses which include Object Oriented Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Machine Learning and IoT. Computing labs not only provide latest equipment and trainings, but they also enable the student to work on industry sponsored applications for research-oriented projects. They also create inclusive, structured learning environment where students can be prepared for tech-heavy future.
Computing Lab 4:
Computing Lab is equipped with the latest All-In-One Core i5 powered Viper PCs enabled with uninterrupted high-speed internet and possessed with the latest software tools and packages enabling students to perform basic to performance-intensive computing tasks. Courses offered in Computing Lab are Signals and Systems, Introduction to Computing, Programming Fundamentals, Engineering Drawing and Data Structures to enable students to get expertise in applying Engineering concepts using computer simulations.
The Communication Lab comprises of the state-of-the-art communication boards, namely TETRA-BB Telecommunication Trainer Boards from National Instruments, USA. Basic Communication hardware like Multiplier, Adder, Digital Sequence Generator, Oscilloscope, DMM, Variable DC and AC Supplies, Filter, Digital Encoder and Decoder are embedded within the board. The board is integrated with a computer and combines the hardware signal manipulation capability as well as digital handling of signals through the computer. This is a very powerful tool for the contemporary undergraduate engineering students to verify as well as explore new concepts on the horizon of Telecommunication Engineering, ranging from modulation of analog and digital signals to the complex spread spectrums.
The Physics Lab, to the imaginative engineers, provides an excellent opportunity to use their basic intermediate knowledge to explore the intricate engineering concepts through practical demonstrations. The lab is equipped with Van De Graff, Oscilloscope, Electroscope, Faraday’s Cage, Conducting Coils, Battery Eliminator Unit, Petri Dish, Conducting Diodes and Weight Balance. The lab experiments enable the students to explore the applications of Physical Laws in the complex engineering phenomenon. It helps the transition of students from a purely theory-based mode of studies to the application-based studies on the fabric of engineering.
Power Electronics Lab:
The lab aims at imparting practical knowledge of Power Electronics to the students. It provides a unique opportunity for the students to analyze, design and build advanced circuits used in industries. Power electronic circuits are the backbone of almost every modern convenience. Automobiles, cell-phones, laptop and desktop computers, television sets, and kitchen appliances, among many other systems, require power electronics circuits to convert electrical energy into a useful form. The power electronics lab is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment such as digital oscilloscopes, DC power supplies, digital multi-meters, function generators, LCR meters, diodes, transistors, thyristors, industrial power electronics trainer boards, inverters, cyclo-converters, DC-to-DC converters etc.
Industrial Process Control Lab:
Industrial Process control lab imparts skill and knowledge on Industrial automation with exclusive training on hardware and software components to automate industrial and commercial applications. The students are trained on automation platforms like PLC, HMI, pneumatic, SCADA and DCS systems to control and monitor the plant and machine. The lab is designed to enhance the skill set of the students on both hardware and software by designing and developing from basic to complex industrial automation systems. The lab is equipped with the latest technology that involves SIEMENS SIMATIC S7-1200 PLC, SIEMENS SIMATIC KTP700 Basic HMI, SIEMENS MICROMASTER 420 VFD, RTD PT100 Temperature Sensor, Tachometer, Proximity Sensor, Potentiometer, Buzzer, Fan, Toggle Switches, LEDs, Relays, Flow Switch Paddle Type, Limit Switch Spring Type, Limit Switch Plunger Type, Three Phase Induction Motors with RPM Sensor etc.