Electrical and Electronics Engineering stream is providing quality laboratories to the B. Tech students to grasp more practical knowledge over the theory which will strengthen their practical life to compete with the present corporate world. This stream is offering the following laboratories


Electrical machines laboratory supports teaching, research and consultancy work on electrical machines and drives. Through hands-on experiments with real machines, students gain practical experience on transformers and various types of machine drives. The laboratory can also be used for project work related electrical machines and energy conversion.

Main purpose of electrical machines laboratory are

  • To provide the student with practical knowledge of handling machines.
  • To correlate the theoretical class room treatment with actual machine characteristics.
  • To demonstrate the most suitable testing techniques.
  • To educate engineer researches and to conduct research in all aspects of electrical and electromechanical energy conversion.

The laboratory has

  • D.C motors and D.C generators
  • 3- phase Induction motors (squirrel cage and slip ring type)
  • 3- phase Synchronous machines
  • Single phase and 3-phase transformers
  • Single phase Induction motors

All are associated with well-designated panels and informative displays.
The machines laboratory is supported with large capacity three phase ac to dc rectifier unit to supply dc power. The machines laboratory is well equipped with all kinds of measuring instruments also. The laboratory is utilized for conducting various practical courses like dc machines laboratory, ac machines laboratory.



Power electronics laboratory enhances the EEE students by proving them better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits.

Power electronics circuits are backbone of almost every modern convenience. Automobiles, cell phones, laptops and desktop computers, television sets and kitchen appliances among many other systems require power electronics circuits to convert electrical energy to a useful form. This laboratory teaches the techniques for efficiently processing electrical energy into other forms. This gives an experience for the UG and PG students in designing circuits and building and debugging the design if the power electronics circuitry.

The power electronics lab is equipped with the state-of-the-art instrumentation for design, simulation, layout and testing of Switching/Analog circuits. The power electronics lab is equipped with high voltage power supplies power meters Analog/Digital trainer kits, various power electronics trainer kits, power device parameter analyzer, etc., for design and characterization of power devices and circuits.

Apart from the regular laboratory classes, power electronics lab is also utilized for research purposes by PG students and faculty. The research in the power electronics laboratory involves modeling, control, topologies, and integration of switching converters, inverters, class-D power amplifiers, soft switching techniques, single phase power factor correction methods, single phase active power filters, power conversion for alternative energy sources etc.



Electrical measurements laboratory is designed to provide the students with the knowledge to use basic measuring instruments and techniques with proficiency. These techniques are designed to complement the concepts introduced in classes.

This laboratory consists of ac and dc instruments to measure voltage, current, power, energy, resistance, temperature, and displacement. The laboratory has the objective to familiarize the students with the operation of basic instrumentation such as energy meter, multimeter, frequency counter, voltmeter, wattmeter, phase shifting transformers, different bridges, megger and ammeter etc.



Control systems laboratory presents facilities of computing and simulation through MATLAB and demonstration on FEEDBACK designed equipment. MATLAB together with SIMULINK and additional toolboxes it facilitates control system design and analysis which can later be implemented in real-time applications using real-time workshop.

The FEEDBACK range of control systems demonstration equipment has been employed to provide a modern and efficient approach to train the under graduate students in this field. Our philosophy is to equip students with the fundamental ideas and principles that underpin modern engineering practice by using versatile trainers that quickly and clearly demonstrate the required technology.



The significance of the electric circuits and simulation lab is renowned in the various fields of engineering applications. For an electrical engineer, it is obligatory to have the practical ideas about the electrical circuits and simulation.

The laboratory provides the plan, cogent and simple language to explain the fundamental aspects of electrical circuits and simulation in practical.

The objective of simulation laboratory is to impact hands on experience in verification of circuit laws and theorems, measurement of circuit parameters, study of circuit characteristics using P-Spice. It also gives practical exposure to be usage of different circuits with different condition.

At the successful completion of this laboratory the student is expected to gain the following skills

  • Become familiar with the basic circuit components and know how to connect them to make a real electrical circuit.
  • Become familiar with basic electrical measurement instruments and know how to use them to make different types of measurements
  • Be able to verify the laws and principles of electrical circuits, understand the relationships and differences between theory and practice.
  • Be able to gain practical experience related to electrical circuits, simulate more interest and motivation for further studies of electrical circuits
  • Be able to carefully and thoroughly document and analyze experimental works.


The objective of this laboratory is to make the students well versed with basic electronic components and circuits. At the successful completion of this laboratory the student is expected to gain the following skills

  • 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.

Course Outcome:

The combination of lecture and laboratory sessions provides learning opportunities that should enable the students to do the following upon completion of this laboratory.

  • 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.
  • Built a common emitter/base/collector amplifier and measure a fixed voltage gain.
  • Verify the working of diodes, transistors and their applications.

Understand the use of RPS( Regulated power supply) and CRO(cathode ray oscilloscope).



Imagine a world without microprocessors. No desktops no mobile phones.  Its hard rather impossible to imagine like this. Microprocessors systems have their importance, there use varying from desktop PCs to mobile terminals, from home automation to industrial automation. This lab focuses on concepts and techniques for using microprocessor-based systems to gather data and control peripheral devices, relationship between microprocessor hardware and software, including input/output operations. Experience with a microprocessor system is provided. Functional requirements are realized through software and I/O hardware design.

Microprocessors systems lab provides students with hands on experience with building, programming, testing, and debugging processors and micro controllers. This lab incorporates software and hardware experiments with a microprocessors system. An Assembly language programming, simple I/O interfacing, serial parallel interfacing, I2C and interrupt processing in microprocessor systems.

The purpose of this lab is to provide practical experience to the students taking the course microprocessor systems, laboratory experiments are to teach assembly language programming for 8086/8088 architecture, 8051 microcontrollers. The experiments are designed to provide a substantial and motivational lab experience. Each experiment teaches an important programming/interfacing technique.