Basic Engineering - Laboratory Resources

The department of First Year Basic Engineering is equipped with Physics Lab, Chemistry Lab Communication Lab and Basics of Industries and Workshop Practical to provide basic practical knowledge among the students.

To develop the best skillset in handling Instruments, Equipment and taking readings in the practical class students are trained. Engineering physics practical classes provide the students, the fundamental concepts on engineering-oriented topics, familiarizing the basic experimental techniques and parameters in Physics. As it is the outer cover for all Engineering forms, the students uncover the disciplines' practical ideas through the support of the well-trained faculty members. Through this course, students understand the methodology of science and the relationship between observation and theory.

  • Screw Gauge
  • Vernier Calipers
  • Sonometer
  • Deflection Magnetometer
  • Travelling Microscope
  • Spectrometer
  • Solar Cell
  • Joule’s Calorimeter
  • Copper Voltammeter
  • P-N Junction Diode
  • Logic Gates

Engineering Chemistry Practical awakens the young minds and discovers their talents by applying their theoretical knowledge through innovative experimental methods. Students will learn laboratory skills needed to design safely conduct and interpret in our daily/ global issues. Labs are the place where the students comprehend theoretical concepts in a practical way. By doing the laboratory work the students can gain experience in qualitative and quantitative analysis.

  • LPG connection
  • Exhaust Fan (High Capacity)
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Box (Full Set)
  • Safety Chart
  • Chemical Balance
  • Fractional Weight Box
  • pH Meter
  • TDS Meterr
  • Working Table with all accessories
  • Burette (50 ml)
  • Burette Stand
  • Pipette (20 ml) (With safety Bulb)
  • Conical Flask (250 ml)
  • Funnel (3”)
  • Porcelain Tile
  • Measuring Cylinder (10 ml)
  • Reagent Bottle (White) (250 ml)
  • Test Tube (15 mm x 1.5 mm)
  • Test Tube Stand
  • Test Tube Holder
  • Test Tube cleaning brush
  • Glass Trough
  • Beaker (100 ml)
  • Glass Rod (15 cm)
  • Watch Glass (3”)
  • Wash Bottle (Polythene)
  • Nickel Spatula
  • Bunsen Burner for Gas connection
  • Standard Flask (100 ml)

“The quality of your life is in the quality of your communication” opined Antony Robins. Language is the means of self-expression and one of the prime most tools for communication. Communicative fluency augments one’s personal, academic, social and professional life. The present syllabus, focusing on four Communication Skills, viz. Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing, enables the students at Diploma level gain confidence and fluency in communication which in turn would enhance them face their career commitments with globalized standards. At the completion of the study, the students will be able to iimprove their auditory skills to listen attentively, speak effectively, and write flawlessly. This course gives confidence in students to face interviews.

Language Laboratory is an activity forum where student and faculty interact with their entire positive attitude to enrich their LSRW through various forms. It enables the learners to understand and apply the conventions of academic writing in English. It develops the learner to use grammatical structures accurately and helps them to learn the usage of sentences. It develops reading and comprehension skills which act as a bridge to express coherent sentence constructions in subjective writing.

  • Net access in System
  • Amplifier
  • Cord/ Cordless Mike
  • Speaker
  • LG TV
  • CPU
  • Mouse
  • Monitor
  • Keyboard
  • Projector

Basics of Industries and Workshop Practical is one of the brainstorming laboratories subjects. The students try hands in all technical basics such as Plumbing, Welding, Lathe, Electrical Wiring and Basic Electronics. It demonstrates various operations in Engineering works and enhances their tool handling skills associated with different technical backgrounds.

The step to learn about real-life products is the practice of this laboratory. This course gives a comprehension of methods, tools and techniques applied in product design. It includes an overview of innovation, product design process, user study, problem identification, development of design brief, understanding competitive benchmarking, and aspects of human factors in product design.

  • Bench Vice - Fitted in the work bench
  • Drilling machine
  • Wiring board with stand
  • File flat 300mm rough / smooth
  • File round 150mm smooth
  • File triangular 150mm smooth
  • File half round 150 mm rough / smooth
  • Steel rule 300 mm
  • Vernier height gauge
  • Try square
  • Scriber
  • Firmer chisel
  • Water meter