Total Area : 100sq.m
The chemistry department has all basis instrument required for laboratory. In addition there are analytical instruments like pH meter, conductivity meter, colorimeter, muffle furnace, Hot air oven etc.
Major Equipments:- DIGITAL ELECTRONIC- WEIGHT BALANCE, MUFFLE FURNACE, PHOTOELECTRICAL COLORIMETER, WATER DISTILATION APPARATUS, HOT AIR OVEN, DIGITAL CONDUCTIVITY METER, DIGITAL PHOTO COLORIMETER, ELECTRONIC BALANCE, MAGNETIC STURRER.
Lab In-charge:- Prof. Pawar A.D.
Total Area : 83sq.m
The objectives of engineering physics laboratory are to conduct the practical of physics. The laboratory is equipped with state of spectrometer, Light sources, LASER sources, Newton’s rings set up, Photo cell kit, solar cell kit etc instruments.
Major Equipments:- Michelsons Interferometer,Travelling microscope for Youngs modulus, Spectrometer 6 inch 360c, Helium Neon Laser kit, Half shade polarimeter, e/m Thomsons method set, Half shade polarimeter, e/m Thomsons method set, LCD/DLP Projector, lcd projector, overhead projector.
Lab In-charge:- Prof. D.S.Dhake
Lab. Assistant:- Mr. H.G.Gadakh
The objective of Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory is to conduct the practical’s of Basic Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Electrical Engineering and Power electronics. The Laboratory is equipped with variety of 3 Phase Induction motors , AC motors , Synchronous Motors, Squirrel Cage Motors. This lab designated to perform basic practical sessions for First Year Engineering Students with above mentioned deadstock items and rheostat.
Lab In-charge: Prof. R. A. Geete
The objective of Basic Electronics Laboratory is to conduct the practical’s of Basic Electronics Engineering, Electronic Devices & Circuits and Integrated Circuits & Applications. The Laboratory designated to perform quiet core electronics sessions especially for Electronic Devices and Circuits. Lab comprised of variety of CRO , Function Generators , Digital Multimeter, Power Supplies. For sake of skill development amongst students Lab encompasses most of the Practicals on Breadboard to feel like actual Circuit Designing and Testing.
Lab In-charge: Prof. Y.S.Hon
Objectives of Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab
The objective of this laboratory to help the student to acquire knowledge of mechanical engineering and enhance understanding of the fundamental components like Gears, Clutches, Brakes, Valves, Engines, Boilers, Turbines and Lathe.
Lab In-charge:- Prof. M. D. Shinde
Lab Assistant:- Mr. Amol Gaikwad
The objective of this laboratory is to study the geologic factors that affect the location, design, construction, operation and maintenance of different civil engineering structures. In this laboratory, physical properties of minerals and rocks, geological properties like strike and dip of the bedding planes and study of different maps can be carried out. The basic ideas, learned about the geological conditions in a location will enable the students for proper design of foundations, location of ground water and design of structures for earthquake resistance. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course engineering Geology.
Rock specimen's, mineral specimen's, Maps
Lab In-charge: Dr. S.N.Kalia
Area of Laboratory
Software Installed in Lab.
Operating System WINDOWS XP, UBUNTU 13.04
Turbo c, Eclipse, Java,Perl, Python,MongoPython,Mongo
Mozilla Firefox 8.0, Internet Explorer 7.0
Processor - Intel Core™ 2 Duo CPU E7500@2.93GHZ,
HDD SIZE - 298.09 GB, USB Keyboard, Mouse-USB Optical Scroll.
The Workshop is located in separate adjacent to Engineering College building in SNJB campus. The Workshop is equipped with Advance machinery and set-up Machine Shop with CNC machine, Carpentry and Pattern Making Shop, Welding Shop, Fitting Shop, Tinsmithy & Blacksmithy Shop. The Engineering students from first year to third year acquire proficiency in Machining, welding, fitting and forging etc. Final year students implement this skills and knowledge for their project work.
The workshop team has completed many in house projects successfully such as: