Lab Facilities - Physics

• Mechanics
• Optics and its applications
• Electromagnetic
• Semiconductor Physics
• Laser & Optical fiber
• To determine the surface tension by Capillary/Jager’s method.
• To determine the wave length of light by Newton’s rings method.
• To determine the wave length of light by Fresnel’s Biprism.
• To determine the focal length of combination of two thin lenses by nodal slide assembly and its verification.
• To determine specific resistance of a wire by Carry Foster's Bridge.
• To determine the Hall coefficient of semiconductor.
• To determine e/m by Thomson’s method.
• Study of Photo – Cell and determination of Planck’s constant.
• Determination of wavelength of a spectral line using diffraction grating.
• Determination of divergence of LASER beam.
• Determination of grating element of a diffraction grating using LASER beam.
• To determine the coefficients of viscosity of a liquid by capillary flow/Stoke’s method.
• To determine the frequency of A.C. mains using sonometer.
• To determine the moment of inertia of flywheel.
• To determine the forbidden energy gap of semiconductor diode.
• To determine the mechanical equivalent of heat (J) by Calender & Barne’s method.
• To determine the numerical aperture (NA) of the given fiber cables.
• To determine the numerical aperture (NA) of the given fiber cables.
• To study the characteristics of LDR.


Lab Facilities - Chemistry

• Determination of surface tension and viscosity.
• Thin layer chromatography.
• Ion exchange column for removal of hardness of water.
• Determination of chloride content of water.
• Colligative properties using freezing point depression.
• Determination of the rate constant of a reaction.
• Determination of cell constant and conductance of solutions.
• Potentiometry - determination of redox potentials and emfs.
• Synthesis of a polymer/drug/organic compounds.
• Saponification/acid value of oil.
• Chemical analysis of salt/organic compounds.
• Lattice structures and packing of spheres.
• Models of potential energy surfaces.
• Chemical oscillations- Iodine clock reaction.
• Determination of the partition coefficient of a substance between two immiscible liquids.
• Adsorption of acetic acid by charcoal.
• Use of the capillary viscosimeters to the demonstrate of the isoelectric point as the Ph of minimum viscosity
for gelatin sols and/or coagulation of the white part of egg.
• Spectrophotometric determination.

Lab Facilities - English

 List of activities to acquire basic proficiency in all the four basic skills of communication in English.

  (1) Listening –
        • Listening comprehension
        • Audio lectures
        • Telephonic conversation
        • Group discussion
  (2) Speaking –
        • Face-to-face Conversation
        • Speech
        • Oral presentation
        • Mock Interviews
  (3) Reading –
        • Reading Comprehension
        • Story reading
        • Pronunciation practice
        • Paralinguistic features
  (4) Writing –
        • Dialogue writing
        • Preparing reports
        • Business writing
        • Presentation preparation