SAY NO TO RAGGING: Ragging is any disorderly conducct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudenss to any student, indulging in rowady or undisciplined activities which cause or likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect psyche of a fresher or a junior student.

PUNISHMENT FOR RAGGING: 1. Immediate FIR and Police Action 2. Imprisonment upto Two Years 3. Fine upto Rs.2.5 Lakhs 4. Ternination from College

Hence, Students are advised to refrain themselves from any such Criminal Act

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    Labs and Infrastructure

    Facilities and Technical Support

    S.No. Name of the  Laboratory No. of students per setup (Batch Size) Name of the Important Equipment
    1 Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory 5 (30-40)
    1. Resonant Frequency Measurement Kit
    2. KVL & KCL Kit
    3. Three phase Induction Motor
    4. Autotransformers
    5. Three Phase Load
    6. Kit to Verify Theorems
    7. Single phase Transformers
    2 Software Based Power System Laboratory 1 (30-40)
    1. Computer Systems with MATLAB
    3 Power System
    Laboratory
    6 (30-40)
    1. Alternator Low Excitation
    2. Alternator Machine
    3. Cable Fault Locator
    4. Differential Relay
    5. Differential Over Current Relay
    6. IDMT Current Relay
    7. Instantaneous Relay
    8. Line to Line Fault
    9. Synchronous Machine Kit
    10. Rectifier Equipment
    11. Under/Over Voltage Relay
    12.  Transmission Line Under Differential Load Ferranti Effect
    13. Three Phase Over Current Relay
    4 Electrical Machines Laboratory 6 (30-40)
    1. Digital Multimeter
    2. Tachometer
    3. DC Machines
    4. Rheostat
    5. Main Control Bus Panel
    6. Autotransformer
    5 Power Electronics
    Laboratory
    6 (30-40)
    1. V-I Characteristics of SCR
    2. Single phase midpoint Cycloconverter
    3. SCR Phase half controlled half wave bridge rectifier
    4. SCR Phase fully controlled full wave bridge rectifier.
    5. Triggering of (i) IGBT (ii) MOSFET (iii) power transistor kit
    6 Electrical Workshop Laboratory 6 (30-40)
    1. Domestic Electrical Basic Equipments
    2. Household Level Voltage Equipments Testing
    3. Kit for performing stair case wiring.
    4. MCB,ELCB
    5. Kit for Control of two lamps in series and  parallel
    6. Kit for BHK house wiring.

    Additional facilities

    S. No Facility Name Details Reason(s) for creating facility Utilization Areas in which students are expected to have enhanced learning Relevance to POs/PSOs
    1 Aurdino Kit UNO  For Speed  and direction control of DC motor Electric machines Control and Automation PO3, PO4, PO6, PO9, PSO1, PSO2
    2 GSM Module SIM900A  For Smart irrigation system,War field spying robot with night vision camera  Irrigation system and Defence Communication, IOT PO3, PO4, PO6, PO9, PSO1, PSO2
    3 Wifi Module ESP8266 For design of wireless charger Integration with IoT Wireless Transmission PO3, PO4, PO6, PO9, PSO1, PSO2
    4 Solar Panels 9V & 18 V Solar charge controller and Automatic irrigation system Yield extraction and measurement Renewable Energy PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4,PO6, PSO1
    5 Stepper motor 42BYG228 For Sun tracking Solar panel Motor controlling Control system PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PSO1, PSO2
    6 LCD Display JHD162A Interfacing with external modules For Observing the output Electronics Circuit interfacing PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PSO1, PSO2
    7 PYTHON Ver.3 For interfacing Multi-disciplinary Multi-disciplinary fields PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO6, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
    8 Servo Motors 4.8-6V  For AC power control For saving energy Microcontroller and Arduino based Projects PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO6, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
    9 Speed Control of Three Phase Induction Motor through AC-Drive Vector Controlled Kit Three Phase 1 HP 1500 RPM For application based projects (UG Project) Student project Control Applications PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PSO1, PSO2
    10 Microcontroller based Speed Control of Three phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor Kit Three Phase 2 HP 1500 RPM For application based projects (UG Project) Student innovation project Micro Controller based Projects PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO6, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
    11 Microcontroller based Single phase dual Converter Kit DC Shunt Motor, 1-HP, 240V, 1500 RPM For application based projects (UG Project) Student innovation project Micro Controller based Projects PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO6, PO12, PSO1, PSO2
    12 Single phase Fully Controlled Bridge Converter Kit DC Shunt Motor, 1-HP, 240V, 1500 RPM For application based projects (UG Project) Student project Control Applications PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PSO1, PSO2

    Project Laboratory

    Name of Laboratory No. of Students Major facilities/equipment/software available
    Project Laboratory 65 Spectrum Analyzer
    MATLAB
    Function Generator
    Aurdino Kit
    GSM Module
    Wifi Module
    Solar Panels
    Stepper motor
    LCD Display
    PYTHON
    Servo Motors
    Three Phase Induction Motor
    DC Motor
    Single phase dual Converter
    Single phase Fully Controlled Bridge Converter
    Single phase Half Controlled Bridge Converter
    3-Phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor
    3- Phase Slip Ring Motor
    Static Scherbius Slip Power Recovery Control Scheme Kit

    Safety Measures in Laboratories

    S. No Name of the Laboratory Safety Measures
    1 Basic Electrical Engineering. Laboratory
    1. Wearing shoes and maintaining a safe distance from the equipment’s.
    2. Remove all loose conductive jewellery and trinkets, including rings, which may come in contact with exposed circuits. (Do not wear long loose ties, scarves, or other loose clothing around machines.)
    3. Never hurry. Haste causesmany accidents.
    4. Always see that power is connected to your equipment through a circuit breaker.
    5. Never make wiring changes on live circuits. Work deliberately and carefully and check your work as you proceed.
    6. Check out the supply voltage to make sure that is what you expect. For example: AC or DC, 120V, 208V or 240V.
    7. Be careful to keep metallic accessories of apparel or jewellery out of contact with live circuit parts and loose articles of clothing out of moving machinery.
    8. When using a multiple range meter always use the high range first to determine the feasibility of using a lower range.
    9. When unplugging power cord, pull on the plug, not on the cable.
    10. Consider all circuits to be "hot" unless proven otherwise.
    11. When making measurements, form the habit of using only one hand at a time. No part of a live circuit should be touched by the bare hand.
    12. Report any damage to equipment, hazards, and potential hazards to the laboratory instructor.
    13. Keep the body, or any part of it, out of the circuit. Where interconnecting wires and cables are involved, they should be arranged so people will not trip over them.
    14. Be as neat a possible. Keep the work area and workbench clear of items not used in the experiment.
    15. Proper Handling of trainer kits.
    16. Select ratings of a current coil (CC) and potential coil (PC) in a wattmeter properly before connecting in a test circuit.
    17. When disassembling a circuit, first remove the source of power.
    18. Sweeping up of burnt resistors transistors, capacitors and breadboard.
    19. Never overload any electrical machinery by more than 25% of the rated voltage or current for more than a few seconds.
    20. There must be at least two (2) people in the laboratory while working online circuits or chemical processing.
    2 Electrical Machines     Laboratory
    1. Wearing shoes and maintaining a safe distance from the equipment’s.
    2. Remove all loose conductive jewellery and trinkets, including rings, which may come in contact with exposed circuits. (Do not wear long loose ties, scarves, or other loose clothing around machines.)
    3. Never hurry. Haste causesmany accidents.
    4. Always see that power is connectg changes on live circuits. Work deliberately and carefully and check your work as you proceed.
    5. Check out the supply voltage to make sure that is what you expect. For example: AC or DC, 120V, 208V or 240V.
    6. Be careful to keep metallic accessories of apparel or jewellery out of contact with live circuit parts and loose articles of clothing out of moving machinery.
    7. When using a multiple range meter always use the high range first to determine the feasibility of using a lower range.
    8. When unplugging a power cord, pull on the plug, not on the cable.
    9. Consider all circuits to be "hot" unless proven otherwise.
    10. When making measurements, form the habit of using only one hand at a time. No part of a live circuit should be touched by the bare hand.
    11. Report any damage to equipment, hazards, and potential hazards to the laboratory instructor.
    12. Keep the body, or any part of it, out of the circuit. Where interconnecting wires and cables are involved, they should be arranged so people will not trip over them.
    13. Be as neat a possible. Keep the work area and workbench clear of items not used in the experiment.
    14. Proper Handling of trainer kits.
    15. Do not permit a hot leg of a three phase 208V supply, or of a 240V or 120V supply to come in contact with any grounded objects, as a dangerous short-circuits will result.
    16. Check the current rating of all rheostats before use. Make sure that no current overload will occur as the rheostat setting is changed.
    17. Never overload any electrical machinery by more than 25% of the rated voltage or current for more than a few seconds.
    18. Select ratings of a current coil (CC) and potential coil (PC) in a wattmeter properly before connecting in a test circuit.
    19. After making the electric circuit connections ,get it checked before putting the power on.
    20. There must be at least two (2) people in the laboratory while working onlive circuits.
    21. When disassembling a circuit, first remove the source of power.  
    3 Electrical Workshop Laboratory
    1. Wearing shoes and maintaining a safe distance from the equipment’s.
    2. Remove all loose conductive jewellery and trinkets, including rings, which may come in contact with exposed circuits. (Do not wear long loose ties, scarves, or other loose clothing around machines.)
    3. Never hurry. Haste causesmany accidents.
    4. Always see that power is connected to your equipment through a circuit breaker.
    5. Never make wiring changes on live circuits. Work deliberately and carefully and check your work as you proceed.
    6. Check out the supply voltage to make sure that is what you expect. For example: AC or DC, 120V, 208V or 240V.
    7. Be careful to keep metallic accessories of apparel or jewellery out of contact with live circuit parts and loose articles of clothing out of moving machinery.
    8. When using a multiple range meter always use the high range first to determine the feasibility of using a lower range.
    9. When unplugging a power cord, pull on the plug, not on the cable.
    10. Consider all circuits to be "hot" unless proven otherwise.
    11. When making measurements, form the habit of using only one hand at a time. No part of a live circuit should be touched by the bare hand.
    12. Report any damage to equipment, hazards, and potential hazards to the laboratory instructor.
    13. Keep the body, or any part of it, out of the circuit. Where interconnecting wires and cables are involved, they should be arranged so people will not trip over them.
    14. Be as neat a possible. Keep the work area and workbench clear of items not used in the experiment.
    15. Proper Handling of trainer kits.
    16. Check the current rating of all rheostats before use. Make sure that no current overload will occur as the rheostat setting is changed.
    17. Select ratings of a current coil (CC) and potential coil (PC) in a wattmeter properly before connecting in a test circuit.
    18. When disassembling a circuit, first remove the source of power.
    19. Do not permit a hot leg of a three phase 208V supply, or of a 240V or 120V supply to come in contact with any grounded objects, as a dangerous short-circuits will result.
    20. Never overload any electrical machinery by more than 25% of the rated voltage or current for more than a few seconds.
    21. Sweeping up of burnt resistors transistors, capacitors and breadboard.
    22. There must be at least two (2) people in the laboratory while working onlive circuits or chemical processing. 
    4 Power System Laboratory
    1. All current transmitting parts of any electrical devices must be enclosed.
    2. Do not displace or remove laboratory equipment without instructor or technician authorization.
    3. Observe the voltage and current readings.
    4. Only use tools and equipment with non-conducting handles when working with electrical devices.
    5. Never change wiring with circuit plugged into power source.
    6. Never plug leads into power source unless they are connected to an established circuit.
    7. Avoid contacting circuits with wet hands or wet materials.
    8. Wet cells should be placed on a piece of non-conducting material.
    9. Check circuits for proper grounding with respect to the power source.
    10. Keep access to electrical panels and disconnect switches clear and unobstructed.
    11.   Before equipment is made live, circuit connections and layout should be checked by the instructor
    12.  Never make any changes to circuits without first isolating the circuit by switching off and removing connections to supplies.
    13.  Equipment found to be faulty in any way should be reported immediately and not used until it is inspected and declared safe.
    14. Tampering of IC’s in the trainer kits is prohibited.
    15. Proper Handling of trainer kits.
    16. Keep the table clean.
    17. Do not put any object on table or nearby circuits.
    18. Keep the conducting parts and connections out of the way from accidental touching and from any contacts to test equipment or any parts, connected to other voltage levels
    19. Always use safety glasses when testing the circuits.
    5 Power Electronics Laboratory  
    1. Only use tools and equipment with non-conducting handles when working with electrical devices.
    2. Do not displace or remove laboratory equipment without an instructor or technician authorization.
    3. All current transmitting parts of any electrical devices must be enclosed.
    4. Never change wiring with circuit plugged into power source.
    5. Avoid contacting circuits with wet hands or wet materials.
    6. Wet cells should be placed on a piece of non-conducting material.
    7. Keep access to electrical panels and disconnect switches clear and unobstructed.
    8. Never plug leads into power source unless they are connected to an established circuit.
    9. Before equipment is made live, circuit connections and layout should be checked by the instructor.
    10. Never make any changes to circuits without first isolating the circuit by switching off and removing connections to supplies.
    11. Equipment found to be faulty in any way should be reported immediately and not used until it is inspected and declared safe.
    12. Keep the table clean.
    13. Keep the conducting parts and connections out of the way from accidental touching and from any contacts to test equipment or any parts, connected to other voltage levels.
    14. Proper Handling of trainer kits.
    15. Tampering of IC’s in the trainer kits is prohibited.
    16. Do not put any object on table or nearby circuits.
    17. Always use safety glasses when testing the circuits.
    18. Observe the voltage and current readings.
    6 Simulation Based Power System Laboratory
    1. Data will be preserved using UPS Backup.
    2. Wearing shoes and maintaining a safe distance from the equipment’s.
    3. Sandals or open-toed shoes are NOT allowed.
    4. Foods, drinks and smoking are NOT allowed.
    5. All bags must be left at the indicated place.
    6. The lab timetable must be strictly followed.
    7. Be PUNCTUAL for your laboratory session.
    8. Experiment must be completed within the given time.
    9. Noise must be kept to a minimum.
    10. Workspace must be kept clean and tidy at all times.
    11. Handle all apparatus with care.
    12. All equipment, apparatus, tools and components must be RETURNED to their original place after use.
    13. Should not attempt to repair, open, tamper or interfere with any of the computer, printing, cabling, or other equipment in the laboratory.
    14. Before inserting a USB, it should be scanned for any malicious content.
    15. Keep all Computers updated with Antivirus Software.
    16. When working with energized circuits, use only one hand while keeping the rest of your body away from conducting surfaces.
    17. When working with inductive circuits, reduce voltages or currents to near zero before switching open the circuits.
    7 Project Laboratory
    1. Foods, drinks and smoking are NOT allowed.
    2. All bags must be left at the indicated place.
    3. Data will be preserved using UPS Backup.
    4. The lab timetable must be strictly followed.
    5. Be Punctual for your laboratory session.
    6. Experiment must be completed within the given time.
    7. Noise must be kept to a minimum.
    8. Workspace must be kept clean and tidy at all times.
    9. Handle all apparatus with care.
    10. All equipment, apparatus, tools and components must be RETURNED to their original place after use.
    11. Should not attempt to repair, open, tamper or interfere with any of the computer, printing, cabling, or other equipment in the laboratoryBefore inserting a USB, it should be scanned for any malicious content.
    12. Keep all Computers updated with Antivirus Software.
    13. When working with energized circuits, use only one hand while keeping the rest of your body away from conducting surfaces.
    14. When working with inductive circuits, reduce voltages or currents to near zero before switching open the Circuits.

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