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Note for Electrical Circuit - EC By Repana Ramanjanprasad

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Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute EC & S Lab CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE LABORATORIES  All students must observe the Dress Code while in the laboratory.  Sandals or open-toed shoes are NOT allowed.  Foods, drinks and smoking are NOT allowed.  All bags must be left at the indicated place.  The lab timetable must be strictly followed.  Be PUNCTUAL for your laboratory session.  Experiment must be completed within the given time.  Noise must be kept to a minimum.  Workspace must be kept clean and tidy at all time.  Handle all apparatus with care.  All students are liable for any damage to equipment due to their own negligence.  All equipment, apparatus, tools and components must be RETURNED to their original place after use.  Students are strictly PROHIBITED from taking out any items from the laboratory.  Students are NOT allowed to work alone in the laboratory without the Lab Supervisor  Report immediately to the Lab Supervisor if any injury occurred.  Report immediately to the Lab Supervisor any damages to equipment. Before leaving the lab  Place the stools under the lab bench.  Turn off the power to all instruments.  Turn off the main power switch to the lab bench.  Please check the laboratory notice board regularly for updates Department of EEE 4

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Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute EC & S Lab GENERAL LABORATORY INSTRUCTIONS  You should be punctual for your laboratory session and should not leave the lab without the permission of the teacher.  Each student is expected to have his/her own lab book where they will take notes on the experiments as they are completed.  The lab books will be checked at the end of each lab session. Lab notes are a primary source from which you will write your lab reports.  You and your batch mates will work closely on the experiments together. One partner doing all the work will not be tolerated. All the Batch mates should be able to explain the purpose of the experiment and the underlying concepts.  Please report immediately to the member of staff or lab assistant present in the laboratory; if any equipment is faulty. Organization of the Laboratory  It is important that the experiments are done according to the timetable and completed within the scheduled time.  You should complete the prelab work in advance and utilize the laboratory time for verification only.  The aim of these exercises is to develop your ability to understand, analyze and test them in the laboratory.  A member of staff and a Lab assistant will be available during scheduled laboratory sessions to provide assistance.  Always attempt experiments; first without seeking help.  When you get into difficulty; ask for assistance. Assessment  The laboratory work of a student will be evaluated continuously during the semester for 25 marks. Of the 25 marks, 15 marks will be awarded for day-to-day work.  For each experiment marks are awarded under three heads: _ Prelab preparation – 5 marks _ Practical work – 5marks, and _ Record of the Experiment – 5marks  Internal lab test(s) conducted during the semester carries 10 marks.  End semester lab examination, conducted as per the JNTU regulations, carries 50 marks. Department of EEE 5

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Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute EC & S Lab  At the end of each laboratory session you must obtain the signature of the teacher along with the marks for the session out of 10 on the lab notebook. Lab Reports  Note that, although students are encouraged to collaborate during lab, each must individually prepare a report and submit.  They must be organized, neat and legible.  Your report should be complete, thorough, understandable and literate.  You should include a well-drawn and labeled engineering schematic for each circuit  Investigated.  Your reports should follow the prescribed format, to give your report structure and to make sure that you address all of the important points.  Graphics requiring- drawn straight lines should be done with a straight edge. Well drawn freehand sketches are permissible for schematics.  Space must be provided in the flow of your discussion for any tables or figures. Do not collect figures and drawings in a single appendix at the end of the report.  Reports should be submitted within one week after completing a scheduled lab session. Presentation  Experimental facts should always be given in the past tense.  Discussions or remarks about the presentation of data should mainly be in the present tense.  Discussion of results can be in both the present and past tenses, shifting back and forth from experimental facts to the presentation.  Any specific conclusions or deductions should be expressed in the past tense. Report Format Lab write ups should consist of the following sections:  Aim: A concise statement describing the experiment and the results. This is usually not more than 3 sentences. Since the abstract is a summary of what you have done, it’s a good idea to write this last. Department of EEE 6

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