A good programmer should know the design principles of Operating System and compilers. Linux OS is used in the lab for this purpose. The experiments include process handling, IPC, concurrency control, process scheduling, deadlock handling and implementation of different phases of compiler and assembler.
Chemistry Laboratory of the department is well located with an
airy and spacious hall on the ground floor and ensures safety while training
students in various practicals of the subject. Having adequate water supply,
the laboratory is well equipped with available instruments other than the usual
glassware & chemicals as per GTU syllabus. Various experiments like Volumetric
Analysis, Redox Titration, pH-Measurement, Determination of alkalinity of given
sample of water, Corrosion measurement in different mediums and metals, Coal
Analysis, Measurement of viscosity etc.
are explained to and performed by the
target-students (Electrical Engineering and Civil Engineering).
Physics Laboratory of the department is
designed in a way to include experiments of various areas of physics such as
various measuring instruments, properties of materials, basic
electric circuit and optics etc. The laboratory is
equipped with good number of instruments. Virtual lab and simulation based
experiments have also been introduced. Lab on smart phone is encouraging for simulation based experiments. The main purpose of this laboratory is to
give knowledge and experience to students for developing experimental skills
and exposing them to modern techniques.
This lab provides fundamental knowledge on various platforms such as, LINUX, UNIX, DOS, and Windows. Exposure to problem solving and programming methodologies are provided. Laboratory sessions of Programming in Python and JAVA are conducted here.
Language lab of the department is both spacious
and well equipped with 16 computers, an Over Head Projector, a printer, headphones,
language-learning software, web-resources, and charts on various topics of
English language, communication, and soft skills. Students can have access to
audio-video and visual teaching-learning aids that help enhance their English
language skills. An effort is made to improve LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading,
and Writing) skills of students by involving them in pair work, group work and
role play which helps them build up confidence to use English in communication.
Students are guided to improve
their grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, stress and intonation, fluency,
communication skills, presentation skills, group discussion, interview skills
and soft skills.
Experiments conducted in this lab include familiarisation with PC components and assembling and maintenance of computer systems. Lab sessions are provided to first year students to familiarise with motherboard, processors, expansion slots, power supply units etc. This lab is also used to conduct Assembly Language programming sessions. Low level programming with 8085 and HEX keyboard are handled in this lab. The lab has five 8085 trainer kits, 20 computers.