1.Engineering Physics Laboratory: Mr. M. I. Baig ( Lab Incharge)
Engineering Physics Laboratory is a fully operational laboratory and has all the facility to desirous the incumbents required for conducting various experiments.
The Engineering Physics Laboratory course in Semester I/II is a core Laboratory course for B. E. students to train them to become lifelong learners, who will contribute to the creations of new knowledge, new technology, and innovation through excellence in science, technology, industry, education and other professions and succeed in a globally competitive environment. In this course, the student is expected to think and learn about the basics of measurement in sciences and engineering. She / He is encouraged to think in terms of orders of magnitudes of various physical parameters, of the relative sizes and importance of physical effects and also of the relative importance of accuracy in measurement of different parameters in an experiment.
The course comprises of experiments in optics, and semiconductors. The department has well-equipped laboratory having several experimental kits on a semiconductor device and optics
2.Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory: Mr. M. B. Tasare (Lab Incharge)
Electrical Engineering Laboratory is well equipped and contains experimental kits for verification of Kirchhoff’s law, Superposition Theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. Laboratory s also have DC power supply, single phase transformers, resistive load bank, dimmer stat and Function Generators. The measuring instruments available in the electrical laboratory are Ammeters, Voltmeters, Wattmeter, Energy meters, Multimeters, CRO, and DC motor.
At the end of the course, students will be able to acknowledge various experimental methods, receive experience in selecting and using electrical instruments. They will be able to understand experimental uncertainty and analyze the difference in theoretical and practical results.
3.Engineering Chemistry Laboratory: Dr S. T. Mhaske(Lab Incharge)
Engineering chemistry laboratory aims to impact a sound knowledge on the principle of chemistry that involves to providing a balanced and easy to understand experimental subject matter which could be used by the students in their future endeavor while working in Industries/Institutions.
Engineering Chemistry laboratory is well equipped and has all the obligatory facilities required for conducting the various experiments as per the syllabus of SGB Amravati University. The laboratory consists of Muffle Furnace, Hot Air Oven, pH meter, Redwood Viscometer No.1 & 2, Abel’s Flash Point Apparatus and Electronic Balance.
4.Engineering Mechanics Laboratory: Mr. S. A. Patil (Lab Incharge)
The course aim at Engineering Mechanics laboratory is to expose students to problems in mechanics as applied to plausibly real-world scenarios. Aim to support the learning of engineering mechanics lab with experimental set up of a prototype of real-world machineries and force system. Laboratory problems of the particular experiment are explored in detail in the hopes that students will gain practical approach of the underlying principle of this sort in real-world situations and respond accordingly.
Engineering Mechanics laboratory is well-equipped laboratory consist of universal force board, Jib crane, inclined plane friction, Beam apparatus, Flywheel, Lifting Machine and compound pendulum for demonstrations which understand concepts of students.
5.Workshop: Mr. P. P. Potey (Incharge)
The main function is to provide mechanical engineering support to conduct regular First year engineering practical work. The workshop has its own well constructed about 500 sq. meter area. Work-Shop includes Welding shop, Carpentry shop, Fitting shop, Tin and Black Smithy shop, sheet metal shop and tap and dries shop. The objective of the workshop is to give students hands-on experience of craftsmanship, familiar with different work trades and engineering materials, awareness of fire safety, respect toward labor work and quality consciousness etc.
In addition to academic works, workshop facilitates students to carry out various work related to model preparation, machine attachments, supporting devices for different technical and cultural events and project works etc.