These labs are equipped with advanced equipment including Universal Testing Machine, Compression Testing Machine , Torsion Testing Machine etc.
The students are duly trained in software packages in Computer aided design and drafting lab which includes STAAD Pro. , Primavera,MS Project, SAP, AutoCAD, ANSYS, Abacus, TransCAD, SPSS, etc
The department provides computing facilities with separate computers to each student. All laboratories are connected to 20Mbps internet connection.More Info
This laboratory is specially designed for the computer science and engineering department to facilitate the students to do their mini and major projects inside the campus. It has 36 personal computers. All are networked and well furnished.
Projects vary from System software and application software development, design and optimization of new algorithms, database projects, graphics application development, audio/video compression software, multimedia and network related projects, development of server softwares for network management etc.More Info
This lab is meant for conducting laboratory experiments to the students of computer science and engineering department .This lab is equipped with 36 systems with all the necessary programming software.More Info
Experiments conducted in this lab include familiarization with PC components and assembling and maintenance of computer systems. Lab sessions are provided to first year students to familiarize with motherboard, processors, expansion slots, power supply units etc.
This lab is also used to conduct Assembly Language programming sessions. Low level programming with 8086, interfacing experiments using stepper motor, ADC, DAC and HEX keyboard are handled in this lab.
The lab has ten 8086 trainer kits, in-circuit emulators for popular 8 and 16 bit processors, digital storage oscilloscopes and digital testing equipment. It is also equipped with 25 personal computers for conducting MASM/TASM programming sessions.More Info
This lab is meant for managing programming contests on the Web. It suports automatic judging of submitted programs, answering questions about problems and tracking printouts.More Info
|S7 CSE||01-16||Ms. Neena V Vemail@example.com||9846785896|
|17 - 35||Ms. Neethu Georgefirstname.lastname@example.org||9744456222|
|36 -51||Ms. Anisha Josephemail@example.com||9496356899|
|S5 CSE||1-20||Ms. Anjana K Pfirstname.lastname@example.org||9526615418|
|21-40||Ms. Asha Babyemail@example.com||9496708900|
|41 - 62||Mr. Sunder Vfirstname.lastname@example.org||9895477957|
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|21-40||Mr. Prasanthkumar P Vfirstname.lastname@example.org||9446608476|
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|S1 CSE||01-20||Ms. Ancy K Sunnyemail@example.com||9496338263|
|21-40||Ms. Anjana Babyfirstname.lastname@example.org||9496356957|
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The objective is to test and verify the different communication modulations through simulation using software based programming as well as to improve the understanding of various signal processing applications.
To provide exposure to the students with hands on experience on various basic engineering practices in Electronics components and devices. All basic Electronic and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these devices the small electronic circuits can be constructed and can be checked.
This laboratory is intended to give the students an idea of designing and testing different electronic circuits and study their various properties. Also to impart hands on experience in verification of circuit laws and theorems, measurement of circuit parameters and study of circuit characteristics.
The Linear Integrated Circuits lab course introduces the concept and application of operational amplifiers. Laboratory assignments clarify textbook formulas and examples, as well as help to close the gap between theory and real-life problems. All analog and digital I.C related experiments are carried out in this laboratory.
This laboratory provides comprehensive, hands-on instruction in the terminology, principles, and applications of the analog and digital communication circuits and systems. Designing of different types of modulators and demodulators like AM, FM, PWM, PAM, PPM are done in this laboratory.
The objective of this lab is to perform rigorous experiments to consolidate basic knowledge in digital electronics. Digital Electronics laboratory is intended to make students familiar with different types of designs, sequential logic circuits, combinational logic circuits, trouble shooting & study of various digital circuits.
The objective of this lab is to understand assembly-language programs and execute using microprocessor kit. This lab has various types of microprocessor, micro controller trainer kits along with interfacing modules to demonstrate the detailed applications of microprocessors.
The main purpose behind project laboratory is to mould students for developing ideas in multiple areas and to integrate them for innovative works. This laboratory acts as a flexible framework, holding dynamic student work groups, research zones and support equipment in unlimited arrangements. It introduces modern working tools to the students and gives them opportunity to work with those tools. By that they will be trained and motivated to do research work in their interested areas. The main tools provided are
In addition to the Central Library, a well-equipped departmental library is functioning in the department catering to the needs of the faculty and students with a seating capacity of 30. The library will be open from 9.00 am to 4.10 pm on all working days. Issue & return of books will be from 12.10 pm to 01.00 pm.All ECE department staff and students are eligible to use the library. Others can make use of the Library only with special permission of the HOD ECE
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For effective student guidance and counseling, an advisory system is introduced. Each faculty is assigned for every 20 students who handles problems related to student attendance, discipline and other issues.
|2012-2016 batch||Prof. Bindu Sebastian|
|Prof. adarsh K S|
|Prof. Shimna P K|
|2013-2017 batch||Prof. Manoj KC|
|Prof. Binil Kumar|
|Prof. Grace John|
|2014-2018 batch||Prof. Jayesh George M|
|Prof. Ann Mathew|
|2015-2019 Batch||Prof. Lekshmy S|
|Prof. Anoop B k|
|Prof. Jobin Francis|
The study of advanced machine functioning, microprocessor based technologies, thyristors, and various other practical covering pneumatic control systems and magnetic amplifiers are dealt with in this lab .It helps students to channelise their technical knowledge to go hand in hand with the current technological development.
The lab is well equipped with the PID controller, MATLAB software DC to DC chopper, PWM inverter servo controlled DC and AC motor, ORCAD, 8085 microprocessor RTD, strain gauge, etc.
The lab is particularly equipped with the latest dc machines like shunt motor, series motor, servomotor, shunt generator, and also ac machines like alternator, transformers, synchronous motors, pole changing induction motor, 3 phase induction motor (squirrel cage and slip ring).
The lab aims at familiarizing students with the wide range of PMMC and MI meters and acquainting them with experiments ranging from verification of Superposition theorem to sophisticated measurements using AC and DC bridges. The students are also trained in advanced sophisticated instruments like power energy and harmonic analyzers.
This laboratory is specially designed for the electrical engineering department to facilitate the students to do their mini and major projects inside the campus. It has 30 machines with high configuration. All are networked and well furnished.
Creativity has been the prime intension of engineers and the electrical and electronics department of this college is making an engineer who can work in industries and utilities with sufficient knowledge in electrical machines, electrical power systems, power converting devices, industrial drives and instrumentation and control system .This department has not only got the technical competence but is also facilitated with all modern equipments. The following laboratories share the activities in this department.
First year students get enough acquaintance with different types of Electrical wiring systems, Wiring Practice and an introduction to different types of household goods.
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|2014-18||Ms.Tinu Francis||8547582540||1 – 20|
|Indulekha K M||9048547079||21- 41|
|2015-19||Ms.Shelma George||9605635184||1 - 23|
|Ms.Riya Joy||9496803305||24 - 48|
|2016-20||Ms.Tintu George||9048166112||1 - 24|
|Ms.Varna Theresa Sebastian||9400546076||25 - 47|
|2017-21||Mr.Rejith R||9495167179||1 - 20|
|Ms.Lijina K||9847550746||21 - 41|
Thermal engineering is a branch of science that covers energy conversion from one form to another, working of IC engines, modes of Heat transfer, principles of refrigeration and air conditioning etc. The field of thermal engineering includes a lot of applications that can be classified as the combination of thermodynamics and heat transfer, such as IC engines, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
The objective of this laboratory is to provide the student a good environment to understand some very important concepts and applications in the field of IC engines and refrigeration. These concepts are necessary to understand how the typical thermal devices work.
These fundamentals will be used to link the phenomenological processes taking place in the engine for issues of: power generation, emissions and environmental impact, fuel economy and fuel composition effects on engine operation and mechanical limitations of obtaining ideal performance.
The department is well equipped with Fluid mechanics and machinery laboratory, which helps the students to have basic ideas about the subject fluid mechanics and fluid machinery. The purpose of this laboratory is to reinforce and enhance the understanding of the students regarding the fundamentals of Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines.
The experiments here are designed to demonstrate the applications of the basic fluid mechanics principles and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of the theory. The main objective is to introduce a variety of classical experimental and diagnostic techniques, and the principles behind these techniques. This laboratory exercise also provides practice in making engineering judgments, estimates and assessing the reliability of your measurements, skills which are very important in all engineering disciplines.
Heat and mass transfer lab equipped with number of machinery’s used to study the nature of heat and mass transfer in different modes like conduction, convection and radiation. The experiments conducted in heat and mass transfer laboratory helps the students to know the heat energy transfer from one location to another and what are the losses occurred during the heat transfer.
CNC MILLING Machine CETER, MODEL “ Chandra” with FANUC Oi Mate D CNC SYSTEM
Production Engineering laboratory is an integral part of the department of mechanical engineering as it is heavily involved in carrying out the manufacturing activities with the help of some sophisticated equipments for the research activities in the department as well as for the undergraduate training on workshop courses for the students throughout the institute in every semester. With the assistance of quality supporting staff, undergraduate and postgraduate students are able to carry out the fabrication work for their BTech as well as MTech project and thesis work using lab facilities.
Production Engineering is primarily a course which stresses more on practice and experience rather than theory .In order to become a successful engineer one must be thorough not only with the theoretical , but also the practical aspects of the subject. In order to serve the basic purpose of education ,it becomes essential to bridge the gap between theory and practice . Our department laboratory intends to fulfil this criterion . It gives the right kind of field experience with the unique combination of conventional and modern machines it possesses .The student consequently, familiarizes himself with the ambiance of a typical factory layout . This shall help him immensely in his future endeavors to serve any manufacturing organization. The expertise of the staff and members of the Production Laboratory are always there to guide the students in this aspect.
Vimal Jyothi Engineering College has a state of art CAD/CAM lab. The students are trained to use computers for the development of designs utilizing both 2D and 3D Software. Staffs and techniciansare available to assist in the Computer Aided Design (CAD) package that has basically three components: a) Design, b) Analysis, and c) Visualization.The users are encouraged to learn, practice and apply the knowledge gained into their research areas. Initially this facility is introduced mainly for students to evolve concepts and convert it into a complete product.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering provides in house training and certification course in various CAD softwares. Research and development and extension of research facilities to the nearby institutions are planned.
The following are the main objectives of CAD/CAM Lab:
Softwares Used in CAD/CAM LAB:
The department of Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering was started in 2005 with an intake of 43 students. The department having well qualified and experienced faculty members to improve and enhance the knowledge of the student community. The department has good laboratory facilities equipped with the latest technologies. The first batch of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation department passed out in 2009. Department scored 3 ranks in the academic year 2009- '10.
List of Laboratories, Facilities under Electronics & Instrumentation Department Laboratories
Objective: Provide an idea about electronic components, circuits and its applications.
Staff In-charge: Mr. Shinu M.M
Lab Assistant: Mr. Thomas M. S
Objective: Provide an idea about digital & advanced digital circuits, chips, microprocessors, microcontrollers etc.
Staff In-charge: Mrs. Shamya A
Lab Assistant: Mr. Thomas M. S
Objective: Introduce different instrumentation systems, and its calibration.
Staff In-charge: Mrs. Reshma K.V
Lab Assistant: Shincy Simon
Objective: Introduce the mini models of Process Plants to students and the analysis of each plant.
Staff In-charge: Mr. Clint Augustine
Lab Assistant: Mr. Jollykutty Sebastian
Objective: To promote the research among staffs and students of both PG and UG. To provide an idea on virtual designing of instruments and its operations. It contains Matlab, LabVIEW, PLC, Distributed Control softwares.
Staff In-charge: Mr. Akhil Jose
Lab Assistant: Mr. Jollykutty Sebastian
Objective: The Lab will be providing various technical equipment and support for students to help them in materialising their innovative ideas.
Staff In-charge: Mr. Shinu M.M
Lab Assistant: Shincy Simon