Computer Lab

Teaching Methodology is changing at a faster pace and computer education is an integral part of this change. The college management keeps itself abreast of the latest requirements and has installed well equipped computer laboratories in every institution. These state of the art laboratories are adequately supported by Local area network (LAN) and internet facility. The laboratories provide the students with the state of theā€”art learning facilities to keep them abreast of the development in information technology and other sectors.

Physics Lab

This subject is intended for use with a three year introductory physics course, either calculus based or non calculus -based. For the most part, the manual includes the standard laboratories that have been used by many physics departments for years, that use the newer computer-assisted data-taking equipment that has recently become popular. The major Change in the current addition is an attempt to be more concise in the Theory section of each laboratory to include only what is required to prepare a student to take the needed measurements.

Chemistry Lab

Understanding chemistry helps you to understand the world around you. Cooking is chemistry. Everything you can touch or taste or smell is a chemical. When you study chemistry, you come to understand a bit about how things work. Chemistry isn't secret knowledge, useless to anyone but a scientist. It's the explanation for everyday things Chemistry is the study of matte You could use chemistry in most fields, but ifs commonly seen in the sciences and in mediciner and energy and the interactions between them.

Zoology Lab

This subject has been developed to accompany the zoology and elemental science. The Coursework, lecture and lab, are designed to provide the student with a wide range of Information about living organisms and systems. The experiments contained in this lab manual accompany the lecture information in such a way so as to illustrate and demonstrate. The lab portion of the course is a hands-on experience that will enhance the course material. Working in a laboratory environment requires that the student observe certain housekeeping procedures and safety precautions.

Botany Lab

This subject is to provide students with a hands-on learning experience that will enhance their understanding of plant biology. It includes a detailed examination of plant structure, plant groups, genetics, classification, and other topics pertinent to understanding plants. In addition, this includes added labs that move beyond the standard plant anatomy and plant group exercises and are incorporated into all botany laboratory sections. This additional content enables instructors to customize their instruction by choosing those labs that best match the emphasis in their individual course.

Geography Lab

The physical geography lab contains an extensive topographic map collection, various aerial photos, and a variety of apparatus and teaching aids essential for weekly completion of students' lab experiments. The lab functions as a storage repository for various types of equipments used by faculty and students for research. In addition, these are used to conduct various forms of soil analysis and field experiments.