Lab Facility in Electrical Engineering Department

Our digital lab stands out with a diverse collection of IC chips, encompassing fundamental logic gates, decoders, adders, multiplexers, and more. This comprehensive setup not only enhances skill development but also mirrors real-world applications, offering an exceptional platform for hands-on learning in the realm of digital electronics.

  Faculty Lab In-charge:    Shri Obaid Siddiqui
                                               (Assistant Professor)
Experiment No.                                                          Name Of Experiment 
 1.                                    Verification of different Logic gates-NAND, NOR, AND, OR, XOR,
 2.                                    Verification of Truth Table of differnt gate inter connection.
 3.                                    Half and Full Adder & Subtractor circuits.
 4.                                     Code converters-

                                           (1) Binary to Gray      (II) Gray to Binary

5.                                    Magnitude Comparator.

6.                                    Study of flip flops JK, SR. T & D.

7.                                    Conversion from one flip flop to another.

8.                                    Design of asynchronous counter.

9.                                    Design of synchronous counter

10.                                 Design of shift registers

The Analog Circuit Laboratory is a fundamental component of the Electrical Engineering Department in most academic institutions and engineering programs. This laboratory serves as a crucial learning and research space where students and researchers can gain hands-on experience with analog electronic circuits.

Faculty Lab In-charge:    Shri Hariom Kumar

                                                  (Assistant Professor)

Experiment No.                                                             Name Of Experiment 
1.                                                                               Measuring h-parameters for CE amplifier
2.                                                                              Single stage RC coupled BJT amplifier
3.                                                                              Two stage RC coupled BJT amplifier
4.                                                                              Characterization of MOSFET
5.                                                                              Single stage RC coupled FET amplifier
6.                                                                              BJT Darlington Emitter follower
7.                                                                              Current Series feedback amplifier
8.                                                                              RC phase shift oscillator
9.                                                                              Colpitts oscillator
10.                                                                            Hartley oscillator

The Electrical Engineering Laboratory within the Electrical Engineering Department is a versatile facility that provides students with the essential tools and hands-on experience to apply fundamental electrical engineering principles. Here, students can explore and experiment with concepts such as Ohm’s Law, Maximum Power Transfer, Thevenin’s Theorem, Superposition Theorem, and Kirchhoff’s Laws etc. With a range of specialized equipment and software resources, this lab empowers students to not only grasp theoretical knowledge but also apply it practically, enabling them to design and analyze complex electrical circuits effectively. It plays a pivotal role in fostering a deeper understanding of these foundational concepts among aspiring electrical engineers.
Experiment No.                                                                   Name Of Experiment 
1.                                             To Understand Series & Parallel Circuit for R, L. & C for
                                                DC Circuit
2.                                            Verification of Kirchhoff’s Law
3.                                            Verification of Superposition Theorem
4.                                            Verification of Thevenin’s & Norton’s Theorem
5.                                            Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
6.                                            Study of Phenomenon of Resonance in RLC Series Circuit
                                               & Obtain Resonant frequency
7.                                            To Study Ohms Law
8.                                           To perform the OC & SC test of Transformer.