Laboratories

The department has well-equipped laboratories with state of the art infrastructure as per the AICTE norms and JNTUH guidelines. The laboratories are well equipped to cater to the practical & innovative needs of the students and faculty. High-speed internet and printing facilities are provided in the laboratories. The department also maintains a computer center with 100 computers having high-speed internet to cater to the needs of not only our department students but also our college students, teaching and non-teaching staff. The list of laboratories in our department are:

LAB No. NAME OF THE LABORATORY UG/PG Major equipment
1 Electronic Devices and circuits lab/ Basic elecrical and electronic lab UG LAB CROS,RPS,FUNCTION GENETARORS
2 Linear integrated circuits lab /IC applications lab UG LAB CROS,RPS,FUNCTION GENETARORS
3 Analogue and digitalcommunication lab UG LAB CROS,RPS,FUNCTION GENETARORS,TRAINER KITS
4 Digital design lab UG LAB TRAINER KITS IC’S,BREADBORDS
5 ECAD/ Analogue electronics lab UG LAB COMPUTERS
6 Microprocessor and micro controllers lab UG LAB MICROPROCESSOR 8086/MICROCNTROLLER 8051 KITS,CROS
INTERFACING KITS,COMPUTERS WITH MASM
7 Micro wave engineering lab UG LAB MICROWAVE BENCHES ,CROS,MICROAMMETERS
8 Analogue electronics lab/ analogue and digitalelectronics lab UG LAB TRAINER KITS IC’S,BREADBORDS
9 DIC lab/digital electronicsE LAB UG LAB TRAINER KITS ,IC’S
10 Basic Simulation lab/Digital signalprocessingLAB UG LAB COMPUTERS
11 VLSI LAB PG LAB COMPUTERS
12 Embedded system Lab PG LAB COMPUTERS
IC applications Lab
IC applications Lab
Analogue communication Lab
Analogue communication Lab
ECAD Lab
ECAD Lab
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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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