APPLIED SCIENCES LABS
If you want a career where you can research and help solve important problems for developing a marketable product, the Applied Sciences Lab at LKCE is the place to start. The institute has established Applied Sciences Labs to focus on current advances in research, production and use of Engineering (Applied Sciences in particular) on their role in upgrading the academic level of students by applying classroom learning in solving the real life situations faced by them.
Workshop Practice will equip students with the necessary hand-skills, basic knowledge of health and safety policies, procedures and workplace methods. Workmanship contains subject outcomes which present an opportunity for students to attain enough trade specific skills, knowledge, attitudes and values so that students can perform at a basic level in the maintenance, repair and construction of manufacturing systems.
LKCE is having state-of-the-art workshops for imparting training to all the students of various branches. Students of all branches use workshop facilities for fabrication of their minor and major projects. Facilities also exist for the manufacture of components, parts and repair work. Central workshop comprises of following shops which are well equipped with latest tools and equipments. It has following workshops:
- Machine Shop and Turning Shop
- Foundry Shop
- Fitting Shop
- Welding Shop
- Sheet Metal Shop
- Carpentry Shop and Pattern Making Shop
- Smithy Shop
- Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
The electrical and electronics engineering course prepares students for a variety of careers in technology, such as computing, networking, communications, process control & automation, robotics, biomedical, energy management and transportation. The course develops knowledgeable and skilled technologists who can work with engineers and technicians to implement electronic designs and perform engineering tasks such as collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data, installing, maintaining and troubleshooting various electronic systems. The dynamics of technology changing by leaps & bound and to keep our students ahead of these changes, the BEEE Lab at LKCE offers unique opportunity & allows practical overview of theoretical concepts of basic Electrical and Electronics engineering skills. The lab is equipped with latest panels like single and three phase transformers, DC Motor, LVDT and basic electronic components.
- Physics Lab
The purpose of the Physics Laboratory is to develop scientific temper, analytical capability among the engineering students and to understand the general scientific concepts required for technology and apply the concepts in solving engineering problems. This laboratory also explains scientifically the new developments in engineering and technology and to familiarize with the concepts, theories and models behind many technological applications. Students can perform experiments on Uniform Bending, Torsion Pendulum, Spectrometer, Lasers, Optical Fiber, Potentiometer and general electronic circuits.
- Chemistry Lab
The Engineering Chemistry Lab has a wide range of equipments. The lab is aptly prepared to impart education in Chemistry in a neatly designed, spacious and well-ventilated laboratory. The facilities available in the laboratories include gas chromatograph, UV-visible spectrophotometer, electrochemical work station, flame photometer, melting point apparatus, high temperature programmable-furnace and high pressure reactor. It provides students with a practical approach towards the various techniques used in engineering application. Practical awareness is inculcated and students are trained both quantitatively and qualitatively during the lab sessions so that their understanding and problem solving abilities can be enhanced.
- Communication Skills Lab
Keeping pace with the present era of globalization and need for proficiency in English Language, the Institute has designed communication lab with twenty five terminals fully equipped with state of the art interactive learning tools with internet connectivity. It is extremely beneficial for language learning and enhancement of effective communication skills, which are required to compete with the highly competitive professional environment.
- Computer Labs
Our Central computing facility consists of 200 computer systems with latest configuration i.e. i5 with 3.2GHz processors. High speed internet connectivity is provided through leased line from BSNL and supported with secured LAN across different labs throughout the campus. Due to our state-of-the-art infrastructure, TCS officials signed an MoU and now we are official IT Infrastructure partner of TCS (Tata Consultancy Services). We feel proud to share that ours is the only campus in Punjab where TCS conducts its off campus recruitment drive. In addition to this AIEEE (JEE), CAT, IBPS, LIC and GATE examinations are being held at our campus through TCS.
|Dr. Munish Aggarwal||B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Physics)||H.O.D./Associate Professor|
|Dr. Pawanpreet Kaur||B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Mathematics)||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. Deepika Marwaha||B.Sc., M.Sc. (Mathematics)||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. Ramandeep Kaur||B.Sc., M.Sc. Mathematics, Ph.D. (pursuing)||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. Jagriti Dutta||B.Sc., M.Sc. (Chemistry)||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. Bani Dhaul||M.Com, PGDBA||Assistant Professor|
GUEST LECTURE BY Professor (Dr) Balbir Singh Kaith
Lyallpur Khalsa College of Engineering in commitment to enhance academic upliftment of students has organized guest lecture in Department of Applied Science by Professor (Dr) Balbir Singh Kaith, Chemistry, NIT Jalandhar. Dr. Kaith delivered lecture on the use of smart polymers in agriculture. In his lecture he provided an insight to different milestones in agricultural development of India and its ultimate effect on ecology and environment. Students were excited to here the use of smart polymers and hydrogels to overcome the problems related to overuse of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in agriculture. Director, Academic affairs, S. Sukhbir Singh Chatha and Director, LKCE, Dr. Y. S. Randhawa addressed media and students that Lyallpur Khalsa College of Engineering is committed towards students and will continue to organize such academic programs in future as well. Dr. Munish Aggarwal, Head of Applied Science Department, welcomes the guest. On this occasion faculty members Dr. Pawanpreet Kaur, Dr. Jaspeet Kaur Bhatia, Ms. Deepika Marwaha, Ms. Ramandeep Kaur and Ms. Kuljeet Kaur were also present. Dr. Munish Aggarwal encourages students to participate in academic programs and thanks management for providing opportunity to organise this learning academic session.
Independence Day Celebrations
Independence Day was celebrated in the Department of Applied Science on 14th August. Competition for various events like rangoli, collage making, poster making & poetry recitation was held. Many students participated in the various events. First two positions for each event were awarded by Dr. Y.S. Randhawa (Director, LKCE). Students were encouraged to make more participation in future. Director Dr. Y.S. Randhawa also congratulated the students for their commendable participation and inspired them to touch the peak of glory in their lives. He motivated them to make the best use of these opportunities to polish their personalities. He said that these events eventually build up a student's mind set as per the need of the era. He ensured them for every possible support required in such events in future as well.
GUEST LECTURE BY Professor (Dr) Arvinder Singh
Lyallpur Khalsa College of has organized guest lecture in Department of Applied Science by Professor (Dr) Arvinder Singh, Physics, NIT Jalandhar. Dr. Singh delivered lecture on the basics of electrodynamics and Maxwell' equations and its use in communication technology. In his lecture he provided an insight to different applications based on understanding of electromagnetism. Maxwell Equations are named after the physicist and mathematician James Clerk Maxwell, who published an early form of those equations between 1861 and 1862. He explained how we are able to create images of the body using MRI scanners in hospitals; how we've created magnetic tape, generated electricity, and built computers. Students were excited to hear the impact of these theoretical equations beyond electromagnetism in the discovery of the theory of relativity and, decades later, the field equations of quantum mechanics. He explained how the work of both Hendrik Lorentz and Albert Einstein in deriving the theory of relativity was directly founded on the constant speed of light from Maxwell's Equations. Even Einstein regarded Maxwell's work as "the most profound and the most fruitful that physics has experienced since the time of Newton." Director, Academic affairs, S. Sukhbir Singh Chatha and Director, LKCE, Dr. YS Randhawa encourages students to participate in academic programs. Dr Munish Aggarwal thanks management for providing opportunity to organise this learning academic session. He also thanks faculty for their active participation in such academic activities.