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Report on One Day “Usage of Virtual Lab”

The Computer Science & Engineering has organized one day workshop for students for “Awareness and Usage of Virtual Lab” on 03/02/2021 and 04/02/2021 through Online mode. The students from different departments like Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical department have actively participated in the workshop. The summary of the workshop is as follows.

 Objective of the Virtual Lab Workshop

  1. To provide a complete Learning Management System around the Virtual Labs where the students can avail the various tools for learning, including additional web-resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self-evaluation.
  2. To enthuse students to conduct experiments by arousing their curiosity. This would help them in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation.
  3. To aware students about the use of modern techniques like simulation.

 

Broad Areas of Virtual Labs covered in workshop:

Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communications, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology and Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences 

Resource Persons

Ms. K. I. Chouhan (Virtual Lab Nodal Center Coordinator, SVERI’s College of Engineering, Pandharpur)

Workshop Schedule and Venue: Computer Centre, SVERI’s College of Engineering, Pandharpur (through Online Mode- Google Meet)

 

03rd Feb., 2021

Time Slot

Topic

11.00 AM- 11.30 AM

Introductory Session

11.30 AM-12.30 PM

Registration Process and Demonstration of

experiments

04th Feb., 2021

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Solving difficulties for the registration process

11.30 AM to 12.30 PM

Followup of utilized virtual labs experiments

12.30 PM to 01.00 PM

Feedback


Snaps during activities:
Introduction to VIRTUAL LAB and its usage by Ms. K. I. Chouhan, Virtual lab Nodal Center Coordinator, SVERI’s College of Engineering, Pandharpur.

Snap1: Workshop Banner.


Snap2: Introductory Session by Mr. P. G. Gaikwad



Snap3: Virtual Lab Registration Steps



Snap4: Virtual Lab Registration Demo




Snap5: Hands on session



Snap6: Hands on session



Snap7: Sample Feedback (feedback conducted through Google form)



Snap8: Sample Feedback



Snap9: Sample Feedback



Snap 10: Sample Attendance










Outcome:
  1. More than 80 students registered for virtual lab and trained to use it in their regular academics.
  2. Students can perform these experiments from home to get programming knowledge.
  3. Students find innovative way of learning through virtual lab.
  4. It Allows students more opportunities to practice experiments, particularly for those that may not be easily replicated due to resources, time and safety issues.



Sincere thanks to Dr. S. D. Agashe sir (Principal Investigator of Virtual Laboratory Project and Professor in Instrumentation & Control Engineering Department, College Of Engineering, Pune (COEP)) and Mr. A. A. Harankhedkar sir (Maintenance Engineer at College Of Engineering, Pune (COEP)) for their continues guidance and follow up for the virtual lab activities during this COVID19 pandemic.









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