Each student is assigned a single computer during labs. However, computers are available during working hours for the general use of students. Other than the scheduled class hours, all these labs are available for all students.
This lab consists of 48 Core i5 & i7 PCs. This lab is used for Computer Science students for System Programming, Operating Systems, Artificial Intelligence, and Web Engineering courses. This lab is also dedicated to Business sciences students for their assignments, projects, and research work.
Electrical / Electronics Lab
This lab is used to carry out experiments on the core subjects of Electrical Engineering. The lab has 30 workstations; each equipped with oscilloscopes, a 5MHz signal generator, a regulated variable DC power supply, a multi-meter, and a breadboarding station. The oscilloscopes are upgraded in a phased manner. Students work on these stations in groups of 2 and hence, this lab can handle a class of 60 students at a time.
Digital Design Lab
This lab is to carry out experiments in the core subjects related to digital systems, e.g. Digital Logic Design, Digital System Design, Microprocessor Based Embedded System Design, etc. The lab has 30 workstations consisting of custom-made Digital Logic Design (FPGA) and Microcontroller trainers along with a PC loaded with requisite hardware/software. Students work on these stations in groups of 2 and hence, this lab can handle a class of 60 students all at once.
Communications Systems Lab
Experiments related to the subjects of Communication Systems, Digital Communications, Antenna Design & Microwave Engineering are performed in this lab. The lab has a number of trainers and work benches essential for the performance of these experiments. Plans are underway to upgrade the lab with state-of-the-art SDR platforms to teach the students the latest in telecommunications. The lab share space with Electronics Lab and Electromechanical Lab.
Electromechanical Systems Lab
Experiments related to the subjects of Electromechanical Systems, Control Systems, and Power Electronics are performed in this Lab. The lab has a variety of equipment like cut-view and demonstration kits for transformers, as well as AC/DC motors, Transformer Winding Machines, Permanent-Magnet and Wound Rotor DC Shunt Motor trainers, DC Series Motor trainers, DC generators and Induction Motor, related experimental setups.
Data Communications / Control Lab
Experiments related to the subjects of Data Communication Networks and Network Programming are conducted in this lab. The lab also contains numerous DSP training modules on which the students are trained to design and program various DSP architectures. The lab also hosts training in control systems setup for relevant experiments. The lab is equipped with 30 state-of-the-art computers with the necessary hardware and software needed to simulate the data communication networks, DSP, and control equipment. The lab has recently been upgraded with new PCs and is planned for future expansion with new control hardware.
Industrial Automations Lab
CASE is known for its work in robotics and automation. CASE along with its sponsor CARE has won numerous national and international awards in this field. In March 2017, CASE won the coveted first prize in the international underwater robotic challenge SUAVC held in Singapore. To help students obtain the knowledge and skills required for cutting-edge technologies, an Industrial Automation Lab is available for students to learn the first principles of robotics and industrial automation. The lab consists of microcontrollers, PLCs, and numerous electronic and electrical components for the students to have hands-on experience in learning the subject.