Electronics workbench

Provides a strong foundation for the students enabling better understanding of advanced subjects. Improves the utilisation of new technology equipments, as the students are through and confident of using these equipments. Provides alternate evaluation method to assess the student’s understanding.

The infrastructure is scalable and future proof. This infrastructure is scalable and future proof. This infrastructure can be upgraded to become a centre of excellence in electronics in future. It is easy to manage and administer. Reduces the overall cost of maintenance substantially.

This can be a 24 X 7 facility and will go a long way in establishing leadership in higher education in electronics. Single point contact for all support and maintenance. It is a very effective way to learn students can try new circuits and develop design capabilities without spoiling the components. Knowledge of electronics has become and will be an essential requirement even for students pursuing non electronics courses.

This lab can help even non electronics students to learn electronics in a systematic way. With this infrastructure, the students can do the projects themselves, within the campus. Good projects can help students, aspiring for higher studies abroad, in getting aid. Assists homogenization.

Addresses the disparity in the student input quality and helps the faculty in reaching the students better. Authentic and consistent knowledge transfer. Less dependency on the faculty and driven more by the system and continuously upgraded course ware.

Comprehensive coverage the students will get confidence to face interviews and take up challenging assignments in electronics industry.

Electrical Hardware Workbench

The Electrical Workbench is a thoroughly researched Machines Lab infrastructure solution to help students of EEE, ECE and Mechanical engineering students to get the Electrical fundamentals right. This goes beyond conventional DC and AC machines lab in that there is a integration of the advance subjects such as power electronics. This means that this infrastructure not only delivers better learning of fundamentals in early semesters but also provides means for the students to connect the power electronics circuits on to real machines and learn the finer control mechanism; not stop only with the output shown in the CRO. Also, students can do projects with microprocessor, microcontroller, VLSI based circuits to trigger the real machine circuit. This opens the opportunities for the EEE students to do projects in Electrical domain.