EAMCET / PGECET / ICET Code : LRDS

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To enable students, develop their listening skills so that they may appreciate the role in the LSRW skills approach to language and improve their pronunciation. To equip students with necessary training in listening, so that they can comprehend the speech of people of different backgrounds and regions. Students should be given practice in listening to the sounds of the language, to be able to recognize them and find the distinction between different sounds, to be able to mark stress and recognize and use the right intonation in sentences.

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS: MULTI-MEDIA LAB-304

S NO.NAME OF THE EQUIPMENTQUANTITY
1CPU60
2MONITORS60
3MOUSE60
4KEYBOARD60
5HEADPHONES60
6COMPUTER TABLES36
7STUDENT CHAIRS60
8GD TABLES FOR LAB2
9FACULTY TABLES2
10FACULTY CHAIRS3
11BLACKBOARD1
12PHONETICS CHART3
13CUPBOARD1
14ALMARAH1
15ACs4
16STORAGE CUPBOARD1
17MASTER CONSOLE WITH TABLE1
18STOCK REGISTER1
19MAITAINANCE REGISTER1
20LAB OCCUPANY FILE1
21CONSUMABLE REGISTER1
22ORIGINAL BILLS FILE1

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS: COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB (CS)-023 AND 306

S.NO.NAME OF THE EQUIPMENTQUANTITY
1STUDENT CHAIRS60
2FACULTY TABLE & CHAIR1
3GD TABLErequired
4COMPUTER SYTEM1
COMPUTER TABLES1
5PROJECTOR1
6SCREEN1
7TELEVISION2
8PUBLIC ADDRESSING SYSTEM1
9AUDIO SYSTEM WITH SPEAKERS1
10COLLAR MIC1
11STOCK REGISTER1
12WALL CLOCK1
13ALMARAH1

The basic Electrical and Electronics laboratory is utilized for performing experiments related to fundamentals of Electrical Engineering. This is a Laboratory common to all first-year undergraduate students. We are all surrounded by electrical devices and machines. Electrical Engineering, a core discipline, is devoted to study of the principles of electricity to develop machines, devices and systems. The study of electrical devices is pivotal to engineering students. This Lab covers all the basic devices that serve as the most basic building block of almost all electrical devices and machines. This Lab lays a firm foundation of what is to be learned throughout the engineering curriculum.

S. NONAME OF THE EQUIPMENTQUANTITY AVAILABLE
1Verification of KCL and KVL1
2Measurement of Voltage, Current and Real Power in primary and Secondary Circuits of a Single Phase Transformer1
3Three Phase Transformer: Verification of Relationship between Voltages and Currents (Star-Delta, Delta-Delta, Delta-star, Star-Star)1
4Active/Reactive Power in Three-Phase Circuit.1
5DC Shunt Motor with Mechanical Loading arrangement Capacity: 5 HP, 220VDC, 1500 Rpm1
6Squirrel Cage Induction Motor with Mechanical Loading Capacity: 5 HP, 3Ph 415VAC, 1440 Rpm. With Star Delta Starter1
7DC Shunt motor coupled to 3 Phase Alternator (Cylindrical type)1
8Panel closed type with front Hylam sheet
Size: 2ft height x 4 ft width x 200mm depth
3
9Ohms Law kit1
10Voltmeter (0-600V) MI1
11Transient Response of Series RL and RC circuits using DC excitation kit1
12Transient Response of RLC Series circuit using DC excitation kit1
13Resonance in series RLC circuit kit1
141-φ Variac /Auto Transformer1
15Voltmeter (0-300V)1
16Ammeter (0-20) A- MC3
17Ammeter (0-2) A- MC2
18Rheostat 290Ω /2.8A1
19Rheostat 360Ω /2A1
20Impedance and current of RC ,RL and RLC series circuit1
21DC voltmeter 0-20v Digital5
22DC ammeter 0-200mA5
23Wattmeter 300/20AUPF2
24Rheostat 500Ω /1.2A1
25Loading Rheostat 230v,10A1
26Single Phase Transformer 220/220V 1KVA2
27Rectifier unit 220V,100A1
28Ammeter (0-20) A- MI3

Characteristics of P-N junction diode, LED, and semiconductor laser diode.  Experimental determination of carrier concentration and energy gap of a semiconductor material, wave length of a laser source, size of fine particle, numerical aperture and acceptance angle of optical fibre.  Determination of frequency of electrically vibrating tuning fork and a.c source using a.c sonometer, magnetic field along axial line of a current carrying coil and rigidity modulus of material of a wire using torsional pendulum.

S. NONAME OF THE EQUIPMENTQUANTITY AVAILABLE
1P-N junction kit board consist of voltmeter , ammeter and several resisters05
2Connecting wires30
3Energy gap kit consist of micro ammeter , voltmeter and GE diode04
4Copper vessel with heating arrangement04
5Thermometer04
6Connecting wires30
7Coconut oil01
8Torsional Pendulum Brace Disc05
9Rigid clamp04
10Chuck nuts08
11Steel wire03
12Meter scale05
13Screw gauge04
14Vernier callipers05
15Stop clock08
16Constant power supply02
17Four probe/Hall probe with wooden stand02
18Digital gauss meter02
19Constant current generator consist of voltmeter and ammeter02
20Connecting wires02
21Thermistor kit board consist of voltage source and galvanometer05
22Heat bath05
23Connecting wires30
24Thermometer05
25Coconut oil01
26Solar cell kit board consist of voltmeter, ammeter and load resistance04
27Light source with single directional mercury coated bulb04
28Connecting wires30
29NA kit and fibre loss kit built in fixed power of +6v , 650nm wavelength fibre optic LED is provided on the trainer kit03
301m,2m and 5m optical fibre cables03
31NA jig03
32Connectors03
33Laser source04
34Diffraction grating04
35Screen / detector04
36Meter scale06

This is the basic science lab which is common for all branches of first year B.E. with facilities for the group of 30 students to carry out experiments independently. The lab is well-equipped and enables students to understand the fundamentals of Engineering chemistry.
To awaken the young minds and discover their talent both theory and in practical chemistry through dedication to teaching commitment to students and innovative instructional methods.

S. NONAME OF THE EQUIPMENTQUANTITY AVAILABLE
1PIPETTE 20 ML66
2BURETTE 50 ML83
3BEAKER 1000ML8
4BEAKER 250 ML119
5BEAKERS 100ML7
6BEAKERS 500 ML1
7CONICAL FLASK 250ML65
8STOP CLOCKS20
9WASH BOTTLES49
10WATER BATH 12 HOLES3+1
11STANDARD FLASKS 250ML13
12STANDARD FLASK 100ML60
13STANDARD FLASK 500ML3
14STANDARD FLASK 1000 ML4
15REAGENT BOTTLES  LARGE4
16REAGENT BOTTLES SMALL26
17MEASURING JARS 25ML9
18MEASURING JARS 100 ML11
19MEASURING JARS 10 ML25
20Measuring jars 5 ml25
21FUNNEL12
22BURETTE STANDS40
23TEST TUBES100
24RUBBER CORK10
25SPATULA31
26DROPPERS30
27GLASS RODS40
28WATCH GLASS10
INSTRUMENTS
29COLORIMETERS10
30CONDUCTIVITY METERS10
31POTENTIOMETERS10
32PH meter2
33Digital balance2
34PHYSICAL BALANCE1
35WATER DISTILLATION SET2
36Magnetic stirrer2

All phases of manufacturing or construction require the conversion of new ideas and design concepts into the basic line language of graphics. Therefore, there are many areas (civil, mechanical, electrical, architectural and industrial) in which the skills of the CAD technicians play major roles in the design and development of new products or construction. Students prepare for actual work situations through practical training in a new state-of-the-art computer designed CAD laboratory using engineering software. This course is designed to address:

  • To prepare you to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  • To prepare you to communicate effectively.
  • To prepare you to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
S. NONAME OF THE EQUIPMENTQUANTITY AVAILABLE
1Desktop with AutoCAD60
2Projector1
3Printer1

The Programming for Problem Solving Lab is designed and offered to I B.E Students to acquire the knowledge of Basic Programming to solve Basic Problems using C Language. This lab is enabled the students to formulate algorithms for arithmetic and logical problems, convert these algorithms to C language programs using Structured Programming.

S. NONAME OF THE EQUIPMENTQUANTITY AVAILABLE
1Computer system100
2Borland Turbo COpen source software

Engineering Workshop practice is the backbone of the real industrial environment which helps to develop and enhance relevant technical hand skills required by the technician working in the various engineering industries and workshops. Our Engineering workshop intends to impart basic know-how of various hand tools, power tools, machine tools and their use in different sections of manufacturing. Irrespective of branch, the use of workshop practices in day to day industrial as well domestic life helps to dissolve the real life problems. The workshop experiences would help to build the understanding of the complexity of the industrial job, along with time and skills requirements of the job. Workshop curriculum builds the hands on experiences which would help to learn manufacturing processes and production technology courses in successive semesters.

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS

DETAILS OF EQUIPMENTS/TOOLS OF ENGINEERING WORKSHOP
S.NoName of Article
   FITTING SHOP
1Bench Vice
2V block
3Spanner Set
4File Flat
5Hacksaw Frame
6Combination Set
7Center Punch
8Dial Indicator
9Screw Driver
10Round File
11Square File
12Ball Pein Hammer
13Cross Pein Hammer
14Magnetic Dial Stand
15Machine Vice
16Vernier Height Gauge
17Die Set
18Divider
19Inside Caliper
20Outside Micrometer
21V- Block with Clamp
22Number Punch Set
23Letter Punch
24Steel Rule
25Tap Handle
26Tap
27Depth Caliper
28Thread Gauge
29Screw Jack
30Radius Gauge
31Hollow Punch
33Drilling M/C
33Try Square
S.NoName of Article
 CARPENTARY
1G. Clamp
2Sash Clamp
3Iron Jack Plane
4Smoothing Plane
5Spoke Save Plane
6Hand Drill M/C
7Claw Hammer
8Ball Pein Hammer
9Cross Pein Hammer
10Barrel Square 10″
11Try Square
12Steel Foot Rule
13Spring Divider
14Pincer
15Saw Set Plier
16Band Saw Machine
17Universal Wood Working M/C
18Hand Saw
19Tennon Saw
20Key Hole Saw
21F/F/Two Foot Rule
22M/Mortise Gauge
23Firmer Chisel
24Mortise Chisel
25Rasp Cut File
26Smoothing File
27Half Round File
28Flat File
29Screw Driver
30Electrical Drill
31Edge
33Jig Saw M/C
33Electrical Power Plane
34Sander M/C
35Work Bench
36Carpentry Bench Vice
37Sand paper cloth
38Nails
39Water Stone
40Wooden Mallet
S.NoName of Article
 Electrical and Electronics Workshop
1Wooden wiring Board
2One way switch
3Two way switch
4Wooden round Block
5Batten Lamp Holder
6Screw Driver
7Wires
8Wire clips
9Nails
10Wood screws
11Poker
12Bulb
13Pliers
14Nose Plier
15Cutter
16Screw Driver
17Tester
18Test Lamp
19Ammeter
20Voltmeter,
21Wattmeter
22Clip On Meter
23Multimeter
24Megger
25Single Core Cable
26Multicore Cable
27Single Strand Wire
28Multi Strand Wire
29Shielded Wire
30Different Types Of Light Sources
31Toggle Switch
33Rotary Switch
33Push Button Switch
34Micro Switch,
35MCB
36ELCB
37Rheostat,
38Wire Wound Resistor
39Carbon Film Resistor
40Carbon Composition Resistor
S.NoName of Article
 Tin Smithy
1Rubber Mallet
2Wooden Mallet
3Slip 12”, 10”
4Slip Ordinary
5Half Moon Stake
6Side Stake
7Exiting Stake
8Cross Stake
9Funnel Stake
10Tea & Bottom Stake
11Stake Holding Stand
12Combination Plier
13S.W.G
14Hand Riveting M/C
15Spinning Hath 6’ with Die
16Power Hydraulic Press M/C
17Riveting M/C
18Round Stake
19Steel Foot Rule
20Flatter
21Holding Bitt Tong
22Chisel Holding Tong
23Vertical Mouth Tong
24Hacksaw
25Number Punch
26Flat Tong
27Pinner Tong
28Anvil
29Pick Up Tong
S.NoName of Article
PLASTIC MOULDING
1Single Screw Extruders
2PVC Pipe Extrusion Machine
3·PVC Extruder
4· Plastic Pipe Extrusion Line
5·Plastic Pipe Extruder
6· HDPE Extrusion Machine
7·LDPE Extrusion Machine
8·Extruder Screens
S NoName of Article
Welding Shop
1Bench Vice
2Chipping hammer
3Number Punch
4Letter Punch
5Steel Foot Rule
6Tong 12”
7Gas Regulator
8Sledge Hammer
9Spot Welding Machine
10Hammer 250gm
11Hammer 400gm
12Are Welding Set (Iron Type)
13Cut Off Saw
14Combination Plier
15Try Square
16Nose Plier
17Screw Driver
18Sledge Hammer ½ kg
19Sledge Hammer ¾ kg
20Scriber
21Snip
22Gas Welding Plant
23Hand Grinder
24Arc Welding Machine Set Ups
25Grinder ½ HP
26Hand Drill Machine
27Leather Apron
28Safety Screen
29Drill
30Dark Glass

Below are few of the pictures of the Labs available at the Department’s Disposal.






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