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Laboratories

LANGUAGE LAB – A Window to better career opportunities.

An English Lab with 20 audio cubicles imparts communicative skills. This is the only affiliated college to set up a Language Lab, where special emphasis is given to teach soft skills to the college students and others.
In a classroom situation teaching of language and catering to individual requirements is difficult. The basic communication skills of the majority of the students is at the lowest ebb owing to their rural background. The Examination pattern tests the writing skills of the students and there is no bench marking for communication skills. Hence Phonetics was introduced to stress on all such skills : teaching of correct pronunciation, accent, intonation, semantics, rhetoric are part of the spoken English classes. In these classes training is imparted both in listening and reading skills. Role-play and group discussion is also included in the schedule. Language Lab is an extension of semantics and phonetics aiming to give practical training through the use of modern technology.
Students are eager to make use of the opportunity provided to them as it boosts their confidence levels. A group of 20 students in a batch is given an individual access to the tape recorders available under the supervision of an instructor. The instructor is able to monitor the correct articulation of words of each individual. Language Lab facilitates the instructor to check and guide the students.
The facility is extended to women especially the housewives who want to gain an edge in communication skills in English.

The Language Lab helps the student to equip herself with

 

    1. 1)The basic points of articulation and repetition practice that is useful.
    2. 2)Stress is on English phonology with sound samples and exercises.
    3. 3)The ” English ” is RP more or less, and introduces the most Common Vowels and Consonant sounds with useful transcription advice.
    4. 4)A tape featuring male and female voices using each Accent is played. The Student listens to the voice and repeats the words.
    5. 5)The goal is to help learn the vocabulary, sentence formation and articulation.
    6. 6)Emphasis is on listening and presentation skills.
    7. a)Good listening requires one to concentrate on what is being said.
    8. b)The aid of headphones and audio cassette cater to correct pronunciation/ accent/ stress and intonation.
    9. 7)The Focus is on individual supervision, monitoring and interaction.
    10. a)A one-to-one conference to improve articulation skills.
    11. b)The purpose of conference is to share information.

Biotechnology Lab:

Biotechnology lab is well equipped. We have sophisticated instruments such as Spectrophotometer, Cooling High Speed Centrifuge, -20°C
refrigerator, Shaking incubator, ELISA Reader, Electrophoresis unit.

Zoology Lab

Zoology labaratories are well-equipped with Modern equipment like Sphectrophotometer, Prinocular and Compound microscopes, electronic balances, water baths, calorimeters, PH meters, Oven Centrifuges, etc.. Zoology Museum has different collection of animal specimens, eggs, and shells models etc..

STATISTICS LAB:

Statistics lab is well equipped with 22 computers out of which 10 systems are having softwares “MINITAB,MS-Excel” to do all statistics practicals.software “TORA” to do Operation research practicals. And in the lab one deskjet colour and one Dot matrix printers are available.

Chemisry Lab

LABORATORY FACILITIES

Five Well Equipped Experimentation Labs

Two Instrumentation Labs

Two Balance Rooms

 

 

 

 

S.NO

EQUIPMENT

QUANTITY

1.

UV VISIBLE SPECTROPHOTOMETER (ELICO)

1

2.

ICE CUBE MACHINE SL-90
(BLUE STAR)

1

3.

REFRIGERATOR
(GODREJ)

2

4.

PH METERS
(ELICO)

9

5.

CONDUCTIVITY METERS
(ELICO)

19

6.

COLORIMETER
(ELICO)

16

7.

POLARIMETER

1

8.

DIGITAL POTENTIOMETER

6

9.

MICROWAVE OVEN

1

10.

CENTRIFUGE MACHINES

6

11.

MELTING POINT APPRATUS

6

12.

VACCUM PUMPS

8

13.

SENSITIVE BALANCES

44

14.

DIGITAL ELECTICAL BALANCES

1

15.

SINGLE PAN ELECTICAL BALANCES

1

16.

DISTILL WATER PLANT

1

17.

FUMING HOOD

2

18.

ICE MAKING MACHINE
(FREEZOTECH)

1

19.

ROUGH BALANCE

2

20.

PENTIUM3 COMPUTER

1

21.

HP LASER JET PRINTER

1

 

 

 
Computer Labs

We have seven well equipped computer Labs with 229 systems. We have the Latest software which supports the curriculum. We are using the LCD Projector as one of the teaching aids. The labs are provided with 24 hours Internet facility

BOTANY LAB

Department has a spacious museum with good collection of specimens,models,charts,herbarium etc. Has two labs with microscopes,autoclave,incubators,slide projector with slides, inoculation chamber, common balances, OHP, microtome, water baths, oven, PHmeter, calorimeter, chromatography chamber etc.

Physics Lab

Laboratories: There are five spacious well equipped laboratories for degree students for doing physics practicals. There is one lab for electronics students exclusively.

The special features in laboratories are that all the labs, have UPS facilities. Conventional sodium power sources are replaced by LASERS wherever possible. There are electronic balances in all labs for accurate mass measurements. The computer lab has ten systems and a printer. LCD is used in the laboratory as and when required by the staff for teaching and learning purpose.

All the labs have scientific charts displaying different phenomenon / laws and also famous physicists photographs for creating awareness in the students.

The electricity and electronic labs in the department of physics are now solar powered. With highly energetic, efficient, enthusiastic and ever friendly lab staff, the laboratories always bubble with activity and make the students stay pleasurable in the lab.

Major Equipments in the laboratories:

S.NO

Name of the equipment

Available quantity

1.

Bifilar suspensions

6

2.

Compound pendulum

8

3.

Fly wheel

6

4.

Melde’s apparatus
/p>

6

5.

Sonometer

6

6.

Torsional pendulum

9

7.

Spiral spring

6

8.

Combinations of springs

4

9.

Computers

10

10.

Printers

2

11.

Volume resonator bottles

5

12.

Biprism set

5

13.

Resolving power slit

15

14.

Cardinal points apparatus

5

15.

Telescope

2

16.

Travelling Microscope

2

17.

Lees method set

3

18.

Step down transformer

10

19.

Sodium lamps with transformer

6

20.

Function generator

27

21.

cylinders

10

22.

stoves

10

23.

Polarimeter tubes

8

24.

lasers – small

4

25.

laser – big

1

26.

Gratings

8

27.

Iodine vapour grating

3

28.

Filters

3 sets

29.

Newton’s ring set

6

30.

Spectrometers

7

31.

Newton’s ring traveling microscopes

6

32.

Battery eliminator

12

33.

Photo cell

5

34.

Digital multimeter big

5

35.

Digital multimeter -small

10

36.

Multimeter boards

5

37.

Logic gates boards

6

38.

Power sullies of photocell

9

39.

Stefan’s power supplies

5

40.

Phase shift boards

5

41.

R.C coupled amplifier boards

6

42.

e/m apparatus

3

43.

Ballastic galvanometers

9

44.

Oscilloscopes

12

45.

Diode boards

14

46.

RC circuit boards

6

47.

LCR parallel and series boards

8

48.

DC power supply boards

7

49.

Transistor Characteristics boards

6

50.

Network theorems boards

9

51.

Zener diode blocks and capacitors

6

52.

Hysteresis curve boards

4

53.

Solar cell characteristics

6

54.

Half adder and full adder kits

6

55.

Optical fibre kits

4

56.

Battery Charger range (6V to 12V)

1

57.

Law of Malus

5

58.

G.M. Counter

1

59.

Frank Hertz experiment

1

60.

BMichelson interferometer

1

61.

Mercury lamps

4

62.

A.C (Blue star)

1

63.

LCD Projector

1

64.

Polarimeter biquartz

4

65.

Babinet compensator with Nicol analyzer

1

66.

Young’s modulus bending beam

6

 

 

 

 

And sufficient Ammeters, galvanometers, voltmeters, plug key, commutator, inductance, Resistance boxes, stop clocks, vernier calipers, screw gauge and connecting wires etc.

 
Commerce lab

Established in 1504 .
The objectives of the commerce Lab are
1) To provide a platform to the students to use the documents related to the commerce subjects
a) Company related documents
b) Banking related documents
c) Tax related documents
2) Exhibition of charts and Models prepared by students.
3) Books , Articles ,Magazines covering academic subjects and value based education.
4) New papers and periodicals.
5) Tally 6.3 version is available in the Computer Lab in 25 Systems.
6) Consumers co-operative stores. A proposal to start the same has been made in May 1505 with the object of giving practical exposure to the
students in running the co-operative stores. The proposal has been accepted and the management has agreed to provide the necessary infrastructure.

 
Mathematics Lab

The Innovative program of Practicals in Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics started in the year 1505-06 with the idea of making use of Information Technology in teaching Mathematics. Our college is the first college in Andhra Pradesh to introduce practicals in Mathematics using software Mathematica at under graduate level.

Mathematics Laboratory

• Department established a Mathematics Laboratory with 65 computers.
• 30 systems are equipped with MATHEMATICA software.
• Department designed Mathematica Syllabus .
• Prepared practical manuals for all the 3 years of B.Sc course.
• Many soft ware packages are available now a days that help to solve mathematical problems.Some of them are Matlab, Reduce, Macsyma, Scratchpad. Such packages are useful not only to mathematicians but also to scientists, engineers, researchers, teachers and students. One such software package is Mathematica.

About Mathematica

• Stephen Wolfram is the creator of Mathematica, who is a well – known scientist. He is widely regarded as the most important innovator in technical computing today, as well as one of the world’s most original research scientists.
• Professor of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Illinois-Wolfram launched Wolfram Research, Inc. Wolfram began the development of Mathematica in late 1986. The first version of Mathematica was released on June 23, 1988.
• Mathematica is the world’ s only fully integrated environment for technical computing.
• The largest pad of Mathematica’ s user community consists of technical professionals. But Mathematica is also heavily used in education, and there are now many hundreds of courses—from high school to graduate school
• The diversity of Mathematica’ s user base is striking. It spans all continents, ages from below ten up, and includes for example artists, composers, linguists and lawyers. There are also many hobbyists from all walks of life who use Mathematica to further their interests in science, mathematics and computing.