Measurements laboratory

The Measurements lab is well equipped to train the students in multiple ways. The lab is used for conducting regular laboratory experiments for courses like Analog Circuits – I Lab, Analog Circuits – 2 Lab, Measurements and Industrial Instrumentation Lab, Basic Electronics Workshop, Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab etc., under the MGU and KTU syllabus. The lab has modern high quality measuring instruments for precise measurements of electrical and process parameters. This laboratory is has the facilities for students to carry out advanced experiments as part of their course and also to do academic project work during the pre-final and final years of their UG programmes. Short term course conducted in the lab

  • PCB fabrication
  • PSpice OrCAD and Basic electronic circuit soldering practices
  • Workshop on  Robotics Studio Software

Microprocessor Laboratory:

The laboratory is well equipped with trainer kits for digital electronics, microprocessors and microcontrollers. In addition to conducting regular lab experiments for courses like Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab, Digital IC Lab and Logic Design Lab under MGU and KTU syllabus, the lab also has Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black and their peripherals, for students to do their academic projects and hobby projects. Little Bits kit, the award winning electronic building blocks, in the lab is used to generate interest in electronics among students. The lab is regularly used to host short term courses on soldering practices, PSpice, PIC microcontrollers, little Bits etc. The laboratory was sanctioned an amount of Rs. 5.3 Lakhs in 2013 to be modified under MODROB scheme from AICTE. Short term course conducted in the lab

  • Short term course in ARM Processors
  • PIC micro controllers,
  • Raspberry Pi and introduction to Python programming

Process Control Laboratory

A modern lab built according to industry standards. The lab focuses on experiments to design and implement control schemes for different processes. The laboratory is equipped with process stations such as level, flow, and pressure. Students can carry out design experiments and projects in the lab. The laboratory is also equipped with different types of sensors, calibration units, actuators, control valves and transmitters. The laboratory facilities include DCS, PLC, SCADA and Labview-DAQ systems. The lab has several desktop computers to meet the Computer Aided Engineering simulation requirements. The laboratory has been modified under MODROB scheme from AICTE.
Short term course conducted in the lab

  • Workshop on Industrial Automation
  • Course on PLC and Industrial Automation
  • Course on PLC and SCADA
  • PLC Training & Field Instrumentation
  • Introduction to LabVIEW and  NI DAQ HARDWARES
  • Training on DCS Engineering & Field Bus overview

Virtual Instrumentation Laboratory

The Virtual Instrumentation lab provides sophisticated hardware and software tools to design custom made systems for  measurement, control and signal processing applications. The laboratory has a sufficient number of desktop computers installed with LabVIEW software to operate NI Data acquisition modules, NI MyRio and NI CompactRIO to develop Virtual Instrumentation-based systems. The NI hardware together with the LabVIEW software can interface with industrial-grade sensors and provide a student-friendly user interface to study the characteristics and responses of various important components of instrumentation systems for measurement and control.
Desktop computers and workstations in the laboratory have the latest version of MATLAB with all the toolboxes available for research works and project development in the fields of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence.  The computers in the laboratory have Python Anaconda with AI / ML packages installed for facilitating projects and research in  AI / ML. 
OMAP L138/C6748 DSP Development Kits together with computers installed with Code Composer Studio are available for development of Signal Processing systems.
Activities Conducted

  • Short term course on “Texas Instruments OMAP- L138 Development kit”
  • Introduction to MATLAB
  • Workshop on Optimized software Implementation Techniques

Activities Planned

  • Workshop on Virtual Instrumentation
  • Workshop on MATLAB-based Deep Learning and Robotic Applications.
  • Workshop on NI myRio

The important devices in the lab related to Virtual Instrumentation are as follows-