Electrical Engineering

Lab Facilities

Lab Name


An Electrical Machines Lab typically focuses on providing hands-on experience and practical knowledge about various electrical machines used in engineering and industrial applications. These machines are essential components in power systems, factories, and other electrical installations. Here are some key aspects often covered in an Electrical Machines Lab.


An Electronics Lab is a facility where students and researchers can gain practical experience in designing, building, testing, and troubleshooting electronic circuits and systems. This lab plays a crucial role in reinforcing theoretical knowledge gained in electronics courses. Here are key components and activities commonly found in an Electronics Lab


An Electrical Workshop Lab is a facility designed to provide practical hands-on training for students studying electrical engineering. This lab typically covers a broad range of topics related to electrical systems, equipment, and installations. Here are some key components and activities commonly found in an Electrical Workshop Lab


The Electric Traction Lab for a Diploma degree introduces students to the core principles and applications of electric traction systems. Through a series of experiment modules, students delve into the fundamentals of electric motors, power electronics, battery technology, traction control, railway electrification, vehicle dynamics, regenerative braking, and fault diagnosis. The lab emphasizes hands-on learning, with practical exercises ranging from motor control simulations to the design and testing of small-scale traction systems. Additionally, students engage with industry-standard tools and resources, attend guest lectures from experts, and undertake a project to apply their knowledge in a real-world context. By the end of the lab, students gain a comprehensive understanding of electric traction technologies, preparing them for careers in the growing field of electric transportation.


The Electric Measurements Lab for a Diploma degree provides students with comprehensive hands-on experience in various electrical measurement techniques and instruments essential for careers in electronics, telecommunications, and power systems. Through a series of experiment modules, students learn to measure DC and AC voltages and currents, analyze resistive, capacitive, and inductive circuits, calculate impedance, and perform power measurements. Additionally, they explore frequency measurement, signal analysis, and data acquisition systems, gaining practical skills in using multimeters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and data acquisition hardware. Emphasis is placed on accurate data collection, analysis, and interpretation, as well as effective communication of experimental findings through report writing and presentations. Overall, the lab equips students with the foundational knowledge and practical skills needed to excel in the field of electrical measurements and instrumentation.