Laboratory Information

Chemistry – I Laboratory (CH191/CH291)

Description

Hands-on laboratory science experiences are critical to the learning process across all areas of study. Research has shown that students who engage in well-designed laboratory experiences develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, as well as gain exposure to reactions, materials, and equipment in a lab setting. Sustained investments in hands-on experiences help inspire students to further their education and prepare them for high-technology careers by fostering skills sought by potential employers.During hands-on chemistry activities, students directly and safely investigate water quality , analyse different acid-base and redox samples utilizing laboratory apparatus and instruments. These activities are essential for learning chemistry and improving science literacy.

Equipments Available

Digital Conductivitymeter
Digital pH meter
Analytical Balance (Both Digital & Chemical)
Hot Air Oven
Water Bath
Heating mantle
Cooling Aparatus
Heating Aparatus
Digital Stop Watch
Thermometer
Ostwald Viscometer
Burette
Pipette (2ml, 5ml, 10ml, 25ml
Conical flask (100ml, 250ml, 500ml)
Volumetric flask (100ml, 250ml, 500ml, 1000ml)
Measuring cyllinder (10ml, 50ml,100ml,250ml,500ml)
Funnel
Weighing Bottle

Engineering Physics Lab( PH-191 & PH-291) I

Description

The Physics 1 Laboratory is situated in Management campus at 4th floor.The floor area of the laboratory is 2000 square feet approx. There are about 10 different experimental set ups in the laboratory. There are multiple set ups for each experiment. Students work in a group of 3 in the laboratory. The Physics laboratory consists of a very well equipped dark room to carry out optics experiments. The students learn to apply their theory knowledge by performing different experiments based on elasticity, viscosity, wheatstone bridge principle, interference, diffraction, dispersion etc. They are also encouraged to carry out innovative projects. The students are constantly monitored and guided by a group of dedicated teachers in the laboratory.Our aim is to make the students efficient enough to carry out experiments and projects independently and to achieve the ability to think in an innovative way.

Equipments Available

Slide callipers,
Screw gauge,
Stop clock
Galvanometer
D.C power supply(2 volt)
Weighing balance, weight box
Carey Foster bridge
Commutator
Travelling microscope (compact and normal)
Viscosity apparatus
Rubber tubes
Measuring cylinder
Rigidity modulus instrument(static)
Rigidity modulus instrument(dynamic)
Cylindrical body for rigidity modulus experiment
Measuring tape
Lee’ s experiment apparatus
Variable resistance box and fixed resistance
Heater and steam container for Lee’s experiment
Plano Convex lens ,Magnifying glass, Glass plate
Spectrometer
Digital voltmeter
Transmitter and receiver kit for fiber optic experiment
Transmission grating
Optical fiber cable( 1m and 5m long)
Digital multimeter
Prism
Na(sodium) vapour lamp, Helium discharge tube
Spirit level
LDM power supply and adapter used in laser diffraction experiment

Engineering Physics Lab( PH-391 & PH-491)- II

Description

The Physics 2 Laboratory is situated in Management campus at 4th floor.The floor area of the laboratory is 650 square feet approx. There are about 10 different experimental set ups in the laboratory. There are multiple set ups for each experiment. Students work in a group of 3 in the laboratory. The Physics laboratory consists of a very well equipped dark room to carry out experiment that need complete absence of light. The students learn the application of their theoretical knowledge by performing different experiments based on quantum physics, dielectric and magnetic properties of materials, semiconductor physics etc. They are also encouraged to carry out innovative projects. The students are constantly monitored and guided by a group of dedicated teachers in the laboratory.Our aim is to make the students efficient enough to carry out experiments and projects independently and to achieve the ability to think in an innovative way.

Equipments Available

Stephen’s law set up with Tungsten filament bulb
Specific charge (e / m )set up
Dielectric constant set up
Cathode Ray oscilloscope
Solar cell set up
Planck constant using LED set up with oven
Frank Hertz experiment set up
Band gap of semiconductor by four probe set up
Planck constant using photo cell set up
Curie temperature measurement set up and in build heating system fitted with thermo sensor.
Mercury thermometer
Slide calipers
Screw gauge
Color filters