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Computer Science & Computer Engineering Laboratories

Practical experience is part and parcel of every professional institution. The Departments of Computer Science & Computer Engineering maintain a wide variety of state- of the- art laboratories. There are seven dedicated, spacious and well-equipped laboratories, providing software and hardware resources. The manuals of all lab experiments have been prepared and are in-line with curriculum of the program. All the laboratories are equipped with latest machines with licensed and updated software. Lab experiments are conducted by the experienced and qualified lab engineers under the guidance of faculty members. The latest, state-of-the-art PC workstations are set up with wired and wireless internet access to facilitate students in completing their assignments, lab reports, etc. The detail of laboratories is given below:

This general-purpose Computing Lab provides open access support for computer science and computer engineering students. All general-purpose software packages are installed on the latest machines. This lab is dedicated for core computing courses such as programming fundamentals, object-oriented programming, data structures and algorithms etc.

Each machine of this lab provides specialized software in addition to general purpose software design and application. This laboratory is dedicated for core computing and signal processing courses. Students can get maximum benefit by having hands-on experience by utilizing the latest workstations and simulation tools and training kits required for the completion of experimental work.

It provides embedded and other hardware resources that are required to design, analyze and implement embedded systems. In addition, the lab also has a number of analog and digital equipment required for experimentation and project completion at both junior and senior level of undergraduate studies.

It is utilized to conduct experiments for communication courses in the field of wired and wireless communication. It helps the students in grasping theoretical concepts and visualization of data transmission in terms of bits and bytes. Peer-to-peer and client-server models along with various network topologies are demonstrated. Different simulation packages are installed in the lab to get an indepth understanding and practical exposure to network communication technologies.

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Lab focuses on advancing computer vision and decision-making systems necessary for computers to make critical decisions when interacting with the world. It greatly helps students to do where in different areas such as rational decision making, distributed systems of multiple agents, machine learning, reinforcement learning, cognitive learning, game theory, natural language processing and robotics.

A wide variety of graphics, CAD, database management software, and other software packages are available on these machines. Students use this lab heavily for designing database solutions, generating queries, implementing interactive processing and developing most suitable GUIs.

Electronics Lab is equipped with components such as diodes, transistors, operational amplifiers, oscilloscope, power supplies and function generators which are essentially required to practically implement the theoretical concepts of electronic systems.

Digital Systems Lab is designed for the understanding of digital logic concepts and consists of oscilloscopes, digital trainers, digital multimeters, function generators, 8086 microprocessor kits and supporting accessories. Implementation of adders, subtractors, logic circuits,decoders, encoders, multiplexers, combinational circuits, sequential logic circuits, flip-flops, counters and registers also carried out in this lab. It also covers practical implementation of microprocessor and interfacing techniques.

Electronic Workshop Lab provides hands-on experience to students about different electronic measuring equipment such as oscilloscopes, Meggers, analog/ digital multimeters and single/three-phase watt-meters.

CAED Lab has been established to address the basic designing needs of all areas of engineering including building design, floor plans in Civil Engineering, component design in mechanical engineering and preparation of schematic diagram or machines and various components in electrical and electronics engineering.