The H&S department has well-equipped state of the art laboratories. The labs are spacious have excellent ventilation and adequate space to accommodate the requisite number of students.
The basic focus in the Applied Physics Laboratory is to develop scientific temper and encourage students to explore in diverse technical areas for better understanding of scientific and engineering problems. Adequate number of experimental sets of each experiment is available so as to accommodate group of students at a time in the laboratory. Each group is guided by a team of two faculty members, one laboratory assistant and one laboratory attendant. A comprehensive demonstration is carried out by the faculty members for each experiment to help the students in better understanding of the experimental procedure and the theoretical concepts are required to perform the experiment. Besides, in every practical class there is a viva-voce test of the concerned experiment to evaluate the understanding of the students.
The Engineering Chemistry Lab has a wide range of equipment. The lab is aptly prepared to impart education in Chemistry in a neatly designed, spacious and well-ventilated laboratory with a capacity to accommodate group of students. The lab has separate balance room and chemical store room. It provides students with a practical approach towards the various techniques used in engineering application. Practical awareness is inculcated and students are trained both quantitatively and qualitatively during the lab sessions so that their understanding and problem solving abilities can be enhanced. Major Equipment in Engineering Chemistry Lab are:- UV-Chamber, Digital Conductivity and Potentio Meters, Digital Balance, Distillation Unit, Shaker bath etc.
The ELCS, The Language Lab focuses on the production and practice of sounds of language and familiarizes the students with the use of English in everyday situations both in formal and informal contexts.
An engineering drawing is a type of technical drawing that is used to convey information about an object. A common use is to specify the geometry necessary for the construction of a component and is called a detail drawing.
The Engineering Workshops consist of the Machine Shop (metal work), the Fitting Shop, the Foundry, the Smithy, the Welding shop, the Carpentry Shop and the Motor Vehicle Repair Unit and Service Facility. The Engineering Workshops have two main functions. Firstly its resources and facilities are utilized for academic work and training of engineering undergraduates. Experiments as well as training sessions are conducted for the First, Third and Final Year undergraduates in the areas of Workshop Technology, Production Engineering, Production Technology and Automobile Technology. In addition to these, the manufacture of necessary hardware for student projects is also carried out in the workshops. The other function includes the manufacture of equipment for teaching and research, maintenance of machines and equipment, industrial training of undergraduates and NAITA (National Apprentice Industrial and Training Authority) trainees, industrial consultancy work (design, manufacturing of machines and mechanisms for industry), evaluation of craftsman and technical personnel, motor vehicle repair (university fleet) and servicing, and a variety of fabrication work for the faculty.
The Introduction of the Advanced Communication Skills Lab is considered essential at 3rd year level. At this stage, the students need to prepare themselves for their careers which may require them to listen to, read, speak and write in English both for their professional and interpersonal communication in the globalized context.