Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory is used for familiarization and understanding of basic course ” Basic Electrical Engineering”. In this lab students of the first year perform experiments related to topics taught in theory such as Kirchhoff’s current and voltage laws, Norton’s theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, RLC circuits, energy meters, fuse characteristics, open circuit, House hall wiring, and short circuit test of single-phase transformers, etc. The Experiments are designed to expose students to the practical implementation of the fundamental theories of Electrical Engineering.


  1. Electrical and Electronic System trainer
  2. Calibration of Voltmeter and ammeter
  3. DC motor speed control
  4. Single-phase transformer trainer
  5. Circuit Theory experimentation setup
  6. Electrical Wiring provision for AC
  7. BH-curve apparatus
  8. Insulation tester
  9. DC-AC, DC-DC converter setup etc.

The Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory is utilized for performing experiments related to fundamentals of Electrical circuit and machine devices by all first-year undergraduate students of the university.

Faculty In-charge:  Haobam Jaillendro Khuman (Assistant professor)

Co-ordinator:  Deepak Kumar Asem (Lab technical ) and Boicha Sorokhaibam (Lab attendant)

Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory

The purpose of the measurement and communication lab is to enlighten students with several electronic instruments which will help to clear the basic knowledge required regarding the measurement of electrical quantities in their future labs as well as to connect theoretical material taught in lecture courses.


  1. Transducer and Instrumentation Trainer
  2. Anderson Bridge Trainer
  3. Schering Bridge Trainer
  4. Owen’s Bridge Trainer
  5. Hay’s Bridge Trainer
  6. Maxwell’s Bridge Trainer
  7. Wheatstone Bridge Trainer
  8. Pressure Gauge and Strain Gauge Sensor
  9. LVDT Trainer etc

Faculty-in -charge: Haobam Jaillendro Khuman(Assistant professor)
Co-ordinator : K Bidyabati Devi, Shandhyarani Wakabam (Lab technical ) and Thiyam Rajesh Meetei (Lab attendant)

Measurement and Communication Systems Laboratory
Measurement and Communication Systems Laboratory

The electrical machine laboratory is used for performance tests on transformers, various DC, AC machines, and Synchronous machines speed control tests, open circuit tests, short circuit tests, etc and with the combination of various machines, a wide variety of practical experiments are carried out and perform research activity. The main objective of the laboratory is to familiarise and understand the basic operation of various machines.


  1. DC Shunt motor and Generator set
  2. Control panel for Swinburne’s test and speed control test
  3. DC shunt motor for brake test
  4. Synchronizing panel
  5. Single-phase transformer
  6. Cut section view of various machines
  7. Three-phase alternator set
  8. Three-phase Synchronous motors
  9. Three-phase Induction motor


Electric Machinery I and Synchronous
Machines Laboratory


This laboratory is utilized for performing the following courses:

  • EE2415 -Electric Machinery I Laboratory
  • EE3527 – Synchronous Machines Laboratory

Faculty-in-charge: Oinam Manganleiba Meetei (Assistant professor)
Co-ordinator: Satish Huidrom (Lab technical ) and Boicha Sorokhaibam (Lab attendant)

Power System Laboratory is used for teaching basic and advanced concepts in power system generation, transmission and distribution, and training in power quality analysis. The lab is equipped with power quality analysis of electrical distribution systems, study of different types of protecting equipment used for conducting tests.


Sl. No.Name of the equipmentModelQuantity
1Power Transmission Line TrainerXPO-PET/TL2
2Distributed DC Network System trainerXPO-DNA1
3Distance Protection Relay TrainerXPO-PRT/DIST1
4Percentage Biased Differential Relay TrainerXPO-PRT/DIFF1
5Electromechanical IDMT Overcurrent Relay TrainerXPO-PRT/OCR-EM1
6Combined overcurrent and Earth Fault Relay Trainer (Numerical)XPO-PRT/OCR/EF1
7Unver/Over Frequency Relay TrainerXPO-PRT/UOF1
8Under/Over Voltage Relay TrainerXPO-PRT/UOV1
9ACB, Fuse and MCB Characteristics TrainerXPO-FMT1
10Buchholz Relay TrainerXPO-PRT/BUZ1
11Earth Tester 5
12Clamp Ammeter  

The following courses are offered by this laboratory.
1. EE3529- Power System Analysis Laboratory
2. EE47XX- Power System Protection Laboratory
Faculty-in-charge: Haobam Jaillendro Khuman (Assistant professor)
Co-ordinator: Deepak Kumar Asem (Lab technician), Wakambam Sandhyarani Devi (Lab technician) and Boicha Sorokhaibam (Lab attendant)

This electronics design lab is one of the most useful real-time experimental laboratories with varieties of scopes and facilities. It is utilized by students for their experimental as well as project-type courses. It explores the design, construction, and debugging of analog and digital electronic circuits. The lab provides an opportunity to print PCB to students and external students or companies as well.


  1. PCB Prototyping Machines
  2. Function Generator
  3. Temperature control SMD soldering station
  4. Arduino types
  5. Raspberry Pi 3
  6. Various sensor
  7. All in one Computers
  8. IoT Lab with all accessories

The following courses are offered by this laboratory.

  • Project: EE4726

Faculty-in-charge: Oinam Manganleiba Meetei (Assistant professor)
Co-ordinator : K Bidyabati Devi (Lab technical), Anita Devi Ningthoujam (Lab technical) and Thiyam Rajesh Meetei (Lab attendant)

The Department has 30 numbers of well-equipped computers with high-end software pertaining to the curriculum such as MatLab, PowerSim, Multisim, etc. All the PCs have advanced configurations: Intel i5, 8GB Ram, 3.2 Ghz clock speed, 1TB HDD. The systems in the laboratory have been loaded with Microsoft Windows10 and Internet connectivity is also provided in the laboratory for the benefit of students as well as faculty members.  The laboratory is fully air-conditioned with a power backup facility and is available to the B.Tech students of EE from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. A maximum of the laboratories such as Circuit Simulation, Power Electronics, Signal Processing, Control Systems, Programmable Logic Controller, Electric Drive lab, Communication Systems, Numerical Methods and Computer Programing etc. are performed in the Computer Lab using the various software. 

Computer Laboratory
Computer Laboratory

Faculty-in-charge: Tayenjam Jeneetaa (Assistant professor)
Co-ordinator : Toijam Priyangka Chanu (Lab technical ) and Thiyam Rajesh Meetei (Lab attendant)