Laboratory experience is an indispensable part of the educational process and a key factor in preparing students for real engineering practical life; for this reason, the Electrical Engineering Department operates 6 laboratories within its premises. All the laboratories are equipped with state of the art tools and facilities that provide hands-on practice for students; furthermore, the laboratories also provide a test bed for research to the faculty. Professional personnel are always available to give help and support to students in projects and experiments; hence, a free access policy outside the regular lab hours in a safe and secure environment for experimentation and research is one of the privileges enjoyed by our students. The names of laboratories are as follows.

  • Basic Electronics & Digital Systems Lab
  • Electrical Engineering Workshop
  • Control System and Machine Lab
  • Telecommunication Lab
  • Computer Simulation Lab
  • Project Lab


Basic Electronics & Digital Systems lab is used to conduct a wide range of experiments in electrical engineering, such as diode circuits, power supplies, analysis and design of BJT and MOSFET amplifiers, operational amplifier circuits, power amplifiers, frequency analysis, oscillator circuits, active filters, digital and timing circuits, A/D and D/A conversion circuits, Digital circuits, Microprocessors and microcontrollers and Digital system design. In addition to the daily scheduled undergraduate laboratories, this lab is also used to train engineers and technicians on fundamentals as well as advanced electronic circuits and applications. This Lab is a general lab that is used for practical work of all basic courses related to Electrical and Electronic circuits and Digital Electronics. Students get to use function signal generators and oscilloscopes. Students perform practical on lab trainers. Additionally this basic equipment some highly sophisticated devices are also available for convenience of students, such as IC testers, LCR meters, Electric Circuit Lab Training system (KL-100) and Basic Electronics Trainers (ED-1010). It is used for teaching basic concepts of engineering circuit analysis, as well as to illustrate and reinforce these concepts and provide hands-on experience to our students. Digital logic design, digital system design and microprocessor are core of modern embedded systems. The lab is also equipped with modern and sophisticated equipment like Spartan FPGA training kits, Microcomputer Trainers (MTS-51), DSP kits, all sorts of program burning capabilities and interfacing with real world equipment.