Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond syllabus: 

Self-learning is promoted in the institute by generating self-learning facilities under various modes. Students are encouraged for self-learning by personal counseling and organizing various contests. Following are the various modes of self-learning and facilities created therein.

Web-based Learning

The Internet is an open information system in which various sources of information, media and materials such as texts, images, video sequences can be linked together in diverse ways to form so-called self-learning environments. Internet offers new possibilities to structure, represent, adapt and integrate various learning content and materials. Furthermore, due to its interactivity, learners can process the material in accordance with their individual preferences and strategies at any time and from any place provided an internet connection is available. They may select and examine from a large pool of information only those pieces necessary to meet their learning objectives. Hence, the potential of the Internet self-learning mode is considered to be very high. The institute has created Central internet facility with 10 Mbps leased line and 60 computer terminals facility to promote and motivate students to self-learning.

Learningwith Multi-media:
  • Availability of course material on intra-net
  • Digital library facility
  • Language lab facility
  • Availability of video lectures in CD form
  • LCD projectors for presentation
Classroom Presentations
  • Allowing students to prepare and present topics from curriculum
  • Arranging presentation on non-technical topics
Technical Symposiums
  • Organizing annual events like, DISCOVERY, PROFEST, programming and Quiz contests
  • Motivating students to participate in inter-college events for paper presentation and project exhibitions
Self-Learning Modules
  • "Introducing Soft Skills" workshop for 1st Yr B. Tech students
  • Teaching beyond syllabus
    • In the Physics Lab, Polarization set up is introduced to show the characteristics of different types of polarized light. Also thermal Sensor set up is used to show the non electrical signal (heat) conversion to electrical output.
    • In the Chemistry lab, Phenyl and detergents preparation are shown.
    • In the Orell Digital Language Lab (Version: Orell Pro), through ODLL( Version: Pro) software, 1st year students are getting exposures of modern version of interactive method for language learning

One day seminar was organized to introduce the students about

  • the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)Experiment in detail.
  • the brilliant mathematical applications of Prof. S. Ramanujan's concept
  • the contribution of Acharya P.C.Roy in our society
  • classes on Communicative French (Francais pour Etrangeres) for students (proposed)

Possibility, motivation and scope for learning beyond syllabus:

  • Possibility: YES. Above facilities are provided (without any charge from the students) by the teachers through special lectures , seminars and mini projects.
  • Motivation: They are encouraged and motivated to avail these facilities to enhance their skill and knowledge. Students are motivated to participate in paper contest , project competition and presenting papers to national and international seminars / workshops
  • Scope: Doing higher studies and getting better job. Students got prizes in contests.

List of Experiments beyond Syllabus

ECE Department
Name of the Experiment Laboratory
Setting up a fiber optical analog link, study of  FM/PWM. Advanced Communication
Studies of optical video link trainer Advanced Communication
Studies of mobile phone trainer Advanced Communication
Studies of GPS trainer. Advanced Communication
Study of adder, subtractor using Op-amp Analog Electronics
Study of inverting & non-inverting state of Op-amp. Analog Electronics
Study of Differentiator using Op-amp Basic Electronics
Study of Integrator using Op-amp Basic Electronics
Studies on CDMA Transmitter & Receiver Digital Communication
Design & Simulation of  CMOS Inverter & Study of performance with different load capacitance VLSI Circuit & System
Design of priority encoder using VHDL VLSI Circuit & System
Design of 16x1 Multiplexer using two 8x1 Multiplexer Digital Electronics
AEIE Department

Name of the Experiment Laboratory
Measurement of flow rate of water using Venturimeter. Industrial Instrumentation  Laboratory

Experiment to study for 8031/51 kit - (NIFC-26)

 Experiment to study Traffic Light Simulator system using 8085 (NIFC-11)

Experiment to study Elevator based system using 8085 (NIFC-17) Experiment based  on Programmable serial communication  Interface system (8251) using 8085 (NIFC-21)  

 Experiment based on Programmable  Interval Timer(8253)  using 8085 (NIFC-21)        

Microprocessor & Microcontroller  Laboratory
Study of D/A  & A/D converter  along with its  associate  circuitry.

Measurement of HF & VHF.

Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation  Laboratory

Study of characteristics of photo diode & photo voltaic cell.

Relative humidity measurement.

Measurement of displacement by Hall Effect.

Proximity measurement by Digital Proximity Sensor kit.

Measurement of pressure & force by Analog Sensor kit. 

Sensor kit for Distance & Development.

Sensors & Transducers  Laboratory
As part of experiment both electronic & pneumatic control valve are used. Process Control Laboratory
EE Department

Name of the Experiment Laboratory
Proves Of Network Theorems Using Matlab Basic Electrical Engineering
Millman's Theorem Using Hardware

Two-Port Network Using Hardware

Circuit Theory

Characteristics Study Of Induction Generator

Study Of Ferranti Effect Using Static Var Compensator (Svc).

Study Of Parallel Operation Of Two Alternator

Power System

Time Domain Analysis Using Hardware

Study On Closed Loop Position Control System Using Hardwar

Control System

Simulation of Different Pwm Schemes Using Software.

Simulation Of Different Converter Topology Using Software.

Electrical Machine Power Electronics
Effect Of Inverter On Induction Motor Characteristics Using Hardware Simulation Of Chopper Fed Dc Drives Using Software. Electric Drives
Food TechnologyDepartment
Name of the Experiment Laboratory
i)  Preparation of Herbal Rossogolla ii) Preparation of Soybean Enriched Bread iii)Preparation of Tomato Pickle iv) Preparation of Fruit Beverage v) Preparation of Synthetic Jelly Food Processing Lab I & II
i)Analysis of natural color from fruit and vegetable waste viz. Apple pomace, Spent Guava extract, Orange peel, Mango peel, Carrot skin etc. by Spectrophotometric method. ii) Extraction of essential oil from orange peel. iii) Determination of Antioxidant activity of Betalain. iv) Estimation of Vitamin B2 from naturally available fruits by Spectrophotometric method. Food Analysis And Quality Control Lab
i) Fermentative production of wine viz. Grape, Apple, Pineapple, Jackfruit etc. ii) Fermentative production of Vitamin B2. iii) Fermentative production of Vitamin B12. iv)Isolation and Identification of spoilage bacteria in locally available Goat and Poultry meats. v) Isolation and Identification of Microbial load from Street foods. Microbial Technology Lab
ITDepartment
Name of the Experiment Laboratory
Network-on-Chips (NoC) architecture using SystemC. Fault tolerance in NoC based system using SystemC Computing Lab
 Simulate Vehicular Adhoc Network (VANET) environment using NS-3 Simulator Networking LAb
Elevator program using assemble 8086 instruction set. MASM Assembler. Computing Lab
Design of Operational Amplifier. PSpice simulator Computing Lab
PHP MySQL Programming DBMS Lab
Evaluation of faults in branch predictor using Simple Scalar Tool-A Complete Computer Architecture Test Bed Project Lab
Design of Digital Library system using VB.NET Computing Lab
CSEDepartment
Name of the Experiment Laboratory
Web application development using Struts (Struts 2.1 framework and its architectural and functional autopsy and application) Web Technology Lab
Web application development using JSF (JSF framework and its architectural and functional autopsy and application and struts and JSF coupling) Web Technology Lab
Ajax and Web applications (Ajax in action and using Ajax components with ICE Faces and ADF Faces) Web Technology Lab
Mobile Application development with JME (JME development and deployment covering MIDP2.0 and deploying on cldc 1.0 devices) Web Technology Lab
Parallel Programming Computing Lab 2
NS-2 Simulator (Network simulation,MANET simulation using NS-2) OS Lab
Perl Programming (Under Unix/ Linux environment) OS Lab
Android Application development (Miscellaneous application development and deployment on Android platform) Network Lab
PHP MySql Programming (Programming using PHP and MySql) DBMS Lab
VB.Net and C# Programming (Using .NET Framework under MS-Windows environment) Computing Lab 1
Simple Scalar, Watch Simulators (For Green computing) Network Lab
Computer Assemble (Dismantling and Assembling of Computer peripherals and computer internal hardware parts) Hardware Lab
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY

The Total Student Development Program focuses on every aspect of student personality, helping them develop interpersonal, technical and business skills.

Interpersonal Skill Development

Creativity, lateral thinking and communication / people management skills are essential components for progress in any sphere. Students are encouraged to develop these through goal setting exercises, group discussions, mock interviews and presentations.

Technical Skill Development

The depth of technical skills that students develop, depend to a great extent on the course they have chosen. However, all students are given a conceptual grounding in core skills and application orientation through real - time projects to ensure their skills are concurrent with market needs. This is done by in-house faculty and Industries who have signed an MOD under Industry-Institute Partnership.

Business Skill Development

All students are taught essential business skills through industry interaction as well as innovative channels like Marketing and Finance clubs. We believe that this training will stand them in good stead when they make the transition from employee to employer

Student Academic Support Program

This a program for the students who are academically weak. This program is aimed for the students who generally don't do well in the examinations. Students under this program are selected based on their performances in their previous.

Flexibility in academics with scope for self-learning-provisions for advanced level and reading courses:

Teachers encourage the students by making them familiar with some advanced level courses and self-learning methods and therefore boosting their confidences through following steps.

  • Elaborating Soft Skill courses for assistance in the campus recruitment
  • Teaching at least a few portions giving practical demonstration to create interest among the students
  • Introducing current Scientific and Technological innovations and developments
  • Computer aided learning tools are also used for better visual display for the subjects