Labs & Facilities

Control Systems Lab

Control System applications are assuming an increasingly important role in the developing world, making it crucial for the students to be exposed to contemporary control system equipment in a realistic manner, in order to connect theoretical material taught in lecture courses with the realities of physical hardware and simulation through ‘higher-level’ technical computing language. To achieve the goal, Control Systems laboratory has been set up in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to provide this realistic environment. This laboratory provides students with a test bed to learn and practice fundamental concepts of control systems. The lab has major equipment’s like AC servo motor, DC servo motor, Synchro transmitter and receiver, PID controller, Allen Bradley PLC, DC Generator and Motor, compensation network study trainer kit and DC Drives etc.

Electrical Workshop Lab:

Electrical workshop lab main aim is to enhance practical knowledge related to different subjects. To develop hardware skills such as soldering, winding etc. The Electrical Workshop is sufficiently outfitted with all the equipment’s and accessories for conducting practical classes in wiring practices as per BIS specifications. Models of modern switchgear and wiring accessories are deployed for the benefit of the students. The students are exposed to the current practices in domestic wiring and industrial installation,
  1. To increase ability for analysis and testing of circuits.
  2. To give an exposure to market survey for available components.
  3. To develop an ability for proper documentation of experimentation.
  4. To enhance employability of a student.
  5. To prepare students for working on different hardware projects.
The major lab equipment’s includes cut view of induction motor, contactors, star delta starter, DOL starter, MCB, ELCB, RCCB, MCCB, Regulated power supply with various capacity, precision rectifier, Peak detector, Zero crossing detector etc.

Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation Lab

Electrical measurement laboratory is setup to supplement the theory course on electrical measurements and instrumentation This lab deals with different types of electrical bridges, determining the displacement-voltage characteristics of Linear Voltage Differential transformer(LVDT), measurement of three phase active and reactive powers, calibration of single phase energy meter etc. Through hands on experiments with real measuring equipment, students gain practical experience on LVDT, various types of measuring devices, current transformer and potential transformer. The lab is equipped with equipment’s like single phase energy Meter, dynamometer power factor meter, Crompton D.C. Potentiometer, Kelvin’s double Bridge, Schering bridge Anderson bridge, Calibration LPF wattmeter, Resistance strain gauge, Potential Transformer and Current Transformer.

Basic Electrical Simulation Lab

Basic electrical simulation lab main aim is to develop the simulation skills. To generate various signals and synthesis for the engineering systems. To analyze harmonics in the systems. To analyze electrical circuit in simulation environment.
  1. Basic Operations on Matrices
  2. Generation of various signals and sequences (Periodic and Aperiodic), such as unit
  3. Impulse, Step, Square, Saw tooth, Triangular, Sinusoidal, Ramp, Sinc.
  4. Operations on signals and sequences such as Addition, Multiplication, Scaling,
  5. Shifting, Folding, Computation of Energy, and Average Power
  6. Mesh and Nodal Analysis of Electrical circuits
  7. Application of Network Theorems to Electrical Networks
  8. Waveform Synthesis using Laplace Transform
  9. Locating the Zeros and Poles and Plotting the Pole-Zero maps in S plane and Z-Plane
  10. for the given transfer function
  11. Harmonic analysis of non-sinusoidal waveforms

Power Systems Lab

Power system Laboratory comprises of protection, simulation, high voltage and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for overcurrent, under voltage, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays. Power systems lab main aim is to perform testing of CT, PT's and Insulator Strings to find sequence impedances of 3-Φ synchronous machine and Transformer to perform fault analysis on Transmission line models and Generators. Perform various load flow techniques. Understand Different protection methods. Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions. The major equipment’s in the lab includes, IDMT Over Current Relay. Differential protection of 1-Φ transformer, Over Voltage/Under Voltage relay, 3-Φ synchronous machine, 3-Φ Transformer, 3-Φ transmission line model.

Power Electronics Lab

The power electronics lab enhances the EEE students by providing them the better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits. This lab also provides the platform for the UG students to perform and check their minor project, multi-disciplinary design and major project.
The lab has equipment’s like  SCR, MOSFET & IGBT, Single Phase AC Voltage Controller, Single Phase Cycloconverter, Single Phase series& parallel inverter, Single Phase Bridge inverter, DC Jones chopper, Single Phase dual converter, Three phase fully controlled converter.

Electrical Machine – I Lab

This is our core set of laboratories, in terms of curriculum. Its overall needs are versatility and generality, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. This lab is general enough to hold a number of experiments suitable for giving students enough exposure to enable them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department. Developing state-of-the-art machines and monitoring and diagnostics technologies to enable faster, greener ways to power, build and move the world.
Electrical machines lab main aim is
  1. To expose the students to the operation of DC Generator.
  2. To expose the students to the operation of DC Motor.
  3. To examine the self-excitation in DC generators.
  4. To Start and control the Different DC Machines.
  5. To assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods.
  6. To Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self - excitation of DC Generators and other DC machines.
The lab has equipment’s like DC shunt generator, DC series generator, DC compound generator, DC      shunt machines and DC series machines.

Electrical Circuits Lab

The significance of the Electrical 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. In the Electrical Circuit Lab students can create their own electrical circuits and do measurements on it. In the circuits the students can use resistors, light bulbs, switches, capacitors and coils. The circuits can be powered by a AC/DC power supply or batteries. There is an ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter and an ohmmeter. The lab has equipment’s like Harmonic Analyzer, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, RPS with different capacities and kits to perform most of the electrical and electronics circuits design and analysis.

Electrical Machines – II Lab

This Lab Concerns with AC machines power, efficiency, characteristics of electrical machines as a motor, generator, determining the parameters and performance characteristics of transformer, methods of control of the speed of motor, control of the generator voltage etc. Through hands-on experiments with real machines, students gain practical experience on single phase and three phase transformers and machine drives. and also wide variety of practical experiments are performed here with combination of different rotating machines. The laboratory is also used for research activities in machines and to carry out project works on energy conversion. The lab equipment’s like Single Phase Transformer, three phase Induction motor, three –phase alternator, three—phase synchronous motor, single-phase induction motor, three-phase alternator etc.

 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab

The objective of Basic electrical and electronics engineering laboratory is to learn the practical experience with operation and applications electromechanical energy conversion devices such as DC machines, transformers, three phase induction motors and alternators. It also aims to get the knowledge of the different electronic devices like diodes, rectifiers, transistors and how these devices are used in real time applications. It also makes the students to learn how to measure the electrical quantities with different measuring devices and with CRO. The lab has equipment’s like DC Shunt motor, DC Compound Motor, Single Phase and Three Phase Transformers, regulated power supply, function generators, Three-phase Induction Motor, Three-phase Alternator etc.

Advance centre


The developed centre will concentrate on development of PV cell, module development and analysis of solar plant for various parameters that effect the generation. 200 KW Rooftop Grid Tied Solar PV Plant is established under special capital subsidy scheme of MNRE. Our purpose is to initiate a solar energy research laboratory with the objective to provide platform for graduate and under graduate students aware about application of solar energy in daily life and get engage in growth of renewable energy in our country. List of Equipment’s/ Instruments
  • Laboratory contains 1 KW power plant for experiment purpose with all other facility for erection and maintenance of solar power plant (Solar educational kit, Civil erection equipment, Electrical Appliances required for power plant etc).
  • Laboratory contains the solar application models like solar light, solar fan, solar battery charger, solar lantern, solar street light etc.
  • All other measurement facility require for the experimental purpose are existing. •Laboratory also contains safety tools required for solar power plant erection and maintenance.
Types of Facility Provided
  1. 200 kWp solar power-we have established a technology demonstrator station in two phases. It will supplement electricity requirement of campus during day time (8 hrs) and thus help in reducing dependence on grid power.
  2. Modules in the solar power station will be used for research and as test platforms for large scale solar energy technologies.
  3. We will initiate new and augment the existing programs for long term research & development in solar power generation, storage, distribution, management and policy making in the institute.
  4. This initiative will provide practical input for graduate and undergraduate teaching programs. In addition, it will provide training and human resource development in the area of renewable energy.
  5. We will also provide the plate form for students to get conscious about solar thermal systems like solar water heating, solar water cleaning, solar air heating, solar refrigeration, solar air conditioning, Solar energy storage systems, solar cooking etc.