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First Year labs

Computer Programming Lab

About Lab

The purpose of this course is to introduce to students to the field of programming using C language. The students will be able to enhance their analyzing and problem solving skills and use the same for writing programs in C.

Lab Outcomes

  • After Completion of the course student should able to Know concepts in problem solving
  • To perform programming in C language
  • To write diversified solutions using C language

Second Year labs

Electronics Circuits Lab

About Lab

The main objective of this curriculum/course is to make the students well versed with basic electronic components and circuits. The students can Understand the nature and scope of modern electronics.
Describe physical models of basic components.
Design and construct simple electronic circuits to accomplish a specific function, e.g., designing amplifiers, ADC converters etc.
Understand their capabilities and limitations and make decisions regarding their best utilization in a specific situation.

Lab Outcomes

  • The combination of lecture and laboratory sessions provides learning opportunities that should enable the student to do the following upon completion of this course:
  • Set up a bias point in a transistor.
  • Verify the working of diodes, transistors and their applications.
  • Build a common emitter/base/collector amplifier and measure its voltage gain.
  • Understand the use of RPS and CRT.
  • Explore the operation and advantages of operational amplifiers.
  • Learn to design different types of filters and apply the same to oscillators and amplifiers.
  • Exploring the circuitry which converts an analog signal to digital signal.

Digital Electronics Lab

About Lab

To acquire the basic knowledge of digital logic level synthesis and application of knowledge to understand various gates, flip flops, sequential circuit design, combinational circuit design, ALU design, registers, shifters etc. & to prepare students to perform the analysis and design of various digital electronic circuits.

Lab Outcomes

  • student wil have a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics.
  • To understand and examine the structure of various number systems and its application in digital design.
  • The ability to understand, analyze and design various combinational and sequential circuits.
  • Ability to identify basic requirements for a design application and propose a cost effective solution.
  • The ability to identify and prevent various hazards and timing problems in a digital design.
  • To develop a skill to build, and troubleshoot various units of digital circuits.

Measurement Lab

About Lab

To provide in depth knowledge of various methods to find response in electrical networks. It provides understanding of various circuits and contributes to solution of engineering problems with help of analysis of electrical networks.

Lab Outcomes

  • To provide in depth knowledge of various methods to find response in electrical networks. It provides understanding of various circuits and contributes to solution of engineering problems with help of analysis of electrical networks.

Analog Integrated Circuit Lab

About Lab

Analysis, design, and applications of modern analog circuits using integrated bipolar and field effect transistor technologies. Introduce the principles of analog circuits and apply the techniques for the design of analog integrated circuit (Analog IC’s). Apply the methods learned in the class to design and implement practical projects. The class will have a lab (or projects for graduate students). The final objective of the class is to implement a complete analog system. In each week’s lab, the class will build parts of the system with an overall objective of completing the entire system by the end of the term.

Lab Outcomes

  • Students will demonstrate the use of analog circuit analysis techniques to analyze the operation and behavior of various analog integrated circuits.
  • Students will demonstrate their knowledge by designing analog circuits.
  • Design, layout, and testing of Analog circuits.

Circuit Design on PCB

About Lab

This course encompasses analog and digital electronic circuits from a circuit and monolithic (integrated circuit) implementation point of view. The objective of this course is to provide Year 3 electrical and electronic undergraduates with sufficient fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge to pursue advanced topics in analog and digital integrated circuits.

Lab Outcomes

  • The course includes the design of elements in bipolar- and CMOS-based op amps, feedback, power supplies, linear and non-linear applications circuits with the op amp as the basic building block, and transistor circuits for realising basic digital circuits.
  • This course provides sufficient basic knowledge for the undergraduate to understand the design of op amps and their applications as well as the design of digital circuits.

Analog Communication Lab

About Lab

Study the second order low pass filter and its characteristics. Study the second order High pass filter and its characteristics. Study about the Second order active Band Pass Filter. Study about the Second order active Band Stop Filter. Design the Schmitt trigger circuit for given values of UTP and LTP. Test the Schmitt trigger circuit for the given values of UTP and LTP Study the technique of generating higher frequencies using PLL. Understand circuit operations for Frequency synthesis using PLL.

Lab Outcomes

  • It helps students to learn the design of filters which are the basic building blocks in any communication system and will understand various terminologies used therein.
  • LPF are used in the transmitter circuits for band limiting the base band signals and at the receiver end to demodulate and get back the original base band data.
  • It helps the students to learn the basic working of band pass filters and band elimination filters.
  • They analyze the sine to square wave conversion of the signals using op-amp. It’s a type of comparator with 2 different threshold voltage levels. Student will learn about comparators and zero cross detectors.

Third Year labs

Microprocessors & Controllers Lab.

About Lab

processors are increasingly pervading all aspects of industries like mobile communicstion, wireless communication, Radar communication, signal processing, process automation and, smart education integration and intertestingly in the household products. leading examples of these techniques are the microprocessor, and microcontroller based products getting quick visibility everywhere, as its use increases the need for knowledge and understanding also grows. The Advance Microprocessors Lab/Microprocessors and microcontroller lab was designed to give an overview over the programming of such a microprocessor as well microcontroller based system. The students will write and debug assembly language programs using the various simulators and assemblers and then interact with the hardware with their approach of programming. This Lab provides students with the opportunity to gain experience in software cum hardware interactive approach to microprocessor-based system design, assembly language programming, and I/O interfacing to microprocessors, microcontroller based system design.

Lab Outcomes

  • Apply the fundamentals of assembly level programming of microprocessors and microcontrollers.
  • Build a program on a microprocessor and microcontroller using their respective instruction sets.
  • Summarize the concepts of Assembly level language programming and its applications on real projects.
  • Analyze abstract problems and apply a combination of hardware and software to address the problem
  • Contrast how different I/O devices can be interfaced to processor and will explore several techniques of interfacing.
  • Experiment with standard microprocessor interfaces including GPIO, ports, digital-to-analog converters and analog-to-digital converters etc
  • Make use of standard test and measurement equipment to evaluate digital interfaces.

Concepts of Programming and OOPs (C++, Java) Lab.

About Lab

To familiarize the students with language environment.
To implement various concepts related to language.

Lab Outcomes

  • Be able to understand the difference between object oriented programming and procedural oriented language and data types in C++.
  • Be able to program using C++ features such as composition of objects, Operator overloading, inheritance, Polymorphism etc.
  • At the end of the course students will able to simulate the problem in the subjects like Operating system, Computer networks and real world problems.

DSP Lab.

About Lab

Digital Processing lab will introduce the basic concepts and techniques for processing signals on a computer by using various softwares will make you familiar with the most important methods in DSP, including digital filter design, transform-domain processing and importance of Signal Processors. The course emphasizes on intuitive understanding and practical implementations of the theoretical concepts.

Lab Outcomes

  • By the end of the course the student will be able to:
  • Represent discrete-time signals analytically and visualize them in the time domain.
  • Understand the meaning and implications of the properties of systems and signals.
  • Understand the Transform domain and its significance and problems related to computational complexity.
  • Be able to specify and design any digital filters on various Softwares.

Control System Lab.

About Lab

Will have a strong knowledge on MATLAB and Millennium software.
They get the basic knowledge on practical control system and PLC applications.
They get the knowledge on applications of machines & electronic devices with control systems.

Lab Outcomes

  • Will have a strong knowledge of MATLAB software. Will be able to do various engineering projects.
  • Ability to formulate transfer function for given control system problems. Ability to find time response of given control system model.
  • Plot Root Locus and Bode plots for given control system model. Ability to design Lead, Lag, Lead-Lag systems in control systems
  • Ability to design PID controllers for given control system model

Data Structure Lab.

About Lab

The objective of this lab is to teach students various data structures and to explain them algorithms for performing various operations on these data structures. This lab complements the data structures course. Students will gain practical knowledge by writing and executing programs in C or C++ using various data structures such as arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, graphs, hash tables and search trees.

Lab Outcomes

  • The student will be able to Design and analyze the time and space efficiency of the data structure.
  • Identity the appropriate data structure for given problem.
  • Understand the applications of data structures.
  • Choose the appropriate data structure and algorithm design method for a specified application.
  • Understand which algorithm or data structure to use in different scenarios.
  • Understand and apply fundamental algorithmic problems including Tree traversals, Graph traversals.
  • Compare different implementations of data structures and to recognize the advantages and disadvantages of them.
  • Be familiar with programming with numerical packages like MATLAB.
  • Write complex applications using structured programming methods.

Microwave Lab.

About Lab

This laboratory helps the student in each of the design, simulation, fabrications and measurements of Microwave circuits. The Lab will help each of the undergraduate students and the teaching staff for their researches. This lab is well equipped with a microwave measurement system, Network Analyzer upto 145 GHz and an anechoic chamber up to 18 GHz. Also we have a time domain antenna radiation pattern set up to 18 GHz. Undergraduate students will be served by this laboratory in their course project. This lab is also intended to provide an appropriate environment for Master thesis work, PhD thesis work and also faculty research in the field of Microwave and Millimeter wave systems.

Lab Outcomes

  • This laboratory helps the student in each of the design, simulation, fabrications and measurements of Microwave circuits.

Fourth Year labs

Project

About Lab

The overall objective of this project lab is to improve the Ability of the student to function effectively in teams to accomplish a common goal of enhancing their technical skills and to learn and practice latest technologies by undertaking research and industrial projects.

Lab Outcomes

  • This culminates with the successful completion of a year-long project drawn from the industry or research field;applying the concepts learnt throughout the graduation. the project is periodically reviewed by the mentors and the assigned instructor.

Industrial Interaction

About Lab

Better interaction between Technical institutions and industry is the need of the hour. This will have great bearing on the Engineering Curriculum, exposure of industrial atmosphere to engineering students and subsequent placement of young graduating engineers in industries across the country. With the advent of globalization and opening up of Indian economy to outside world, competitions among industries have become stiff. To solve their engineering problems they look up now to engg. Institutions. Similarly, there is an urgent need to prepare engineering students for jobs in multinational companies, by exposing them to newer technologies and engineering methodologies. These objectives can only be achieved well by bridging the gap between industry and the academic institute.

Lab Outcomes

  • After Completion of the course student should able to Know concepts in problem solving
  • To convert the industrial interactions and guest lecturers into internships and subsequently placements. To provide students with a platform to interact with the industry experts and alumni and obtain practical exposure through these interactions.
  • To write diversified solutions using C language
  • Consultancy projects.
  • Scholarships/fellowships instituted by industries at the Institute for students.
  • Practical training of students in industries.
  • Joint research programs and field studies by faculty and people from industries.
  • R&D Laboratories sponsored projects by industries at the Institute.

Biomedical Instrumentation Lab.

About Lab

To develop an understanding of the measurement principles of medical instrumentation, including biochemical sensors, bio-potential amplifiers, bioelectrical signals (ECG, EEG), measurement of respiratory function, cardiac variables, blood pressure, blood flow as well as medical devices.

Lab Outcomes

  • Design and implement dynamic websites with good aesthetic sense of designing and latest technical know-how's.
  • Have a Good grounding of Web Application Terminologies, Internet Tools, E – Commerce and other web services.
  • Get introduced in the area of Online Game programming.

Seminar

About Lab

The overall aim of the seminar series is to help develop an emerging field at the intersection of multi-disciplinary understandings of culture and education. It will build on the existing body of work on education and culture, but its aim is explore and develop new perspectives in this area. A seminar may be defined as a gathering of people for the purpose of discussing a stated topic. Such gatherings are usually interactive sessions where the participants engage in discussions about the delineated topic. The sessions are usually headed or led by one or two presenters who serve to steer the discussion along the desired path.

Lab Outcomes

  • to explore new research from a range of academic disciplines which sheds light on the questions outlined above
  • to showcase cutting edge research on education and culture from outstanding academic researchers from the UK and internationally
  • to bring together seminar participants from different disciplines such as Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Human Geography, Media Studies as well as Education and Cultural Studies
  • to encourage and financially support the participation of PhD students
  • to actively involve practitioners and users from each venue
  • to engage a core group of policy makers
  • to use the seminars to develop links between academics and stakeholders in the arts, library, media, community and educational sectors