After the completion of the course student will be able to:
1. Describe the characteristics of conducting and semiconducting materials
2. Classify magnetic materials and describe different laws related to them
3. Classify and describe different insulators and to explain the behaviour of dielectrics in static and alternating fields
4. Describe the mechanisms of breakdown in solids, liquids and gases
5. Classify and describe Solar energy materials and superconducting materials
6. Gain knowledge in the modern techniques for material studies

After completion of the course students will be able to:

Compare different types of instruments - their working principles, advantages and disadvantages.

Explain the operating principles of various ammeters, voltmeters and ohm meters

Describe wattmeters and energy meters

Describe different flux and permeability measurements methods

Identify different AC potentiometers and bridges

Understand the working and applications of cathode ray oscilloscope

Identify the transducers for physical variables and to describe operating principle.

Course Objectives

  • To impart knowledge about digital logic and to gain the ability to design various digital circuits

Expected outcome

After the successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Familiar with various number systems and Boolean algebra
  • Design and analyse any digital logic gate circuits and Flip flop based systems.
  • Familiar with combinational circuits
  • Gain the capability of implementing various counters,
  • Describe the operation of ADC and DAC circuits
  • Acquire basic knowledge on VHDL
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