We Have 2 Physics labs with 30 Students Capacity Of Each Lab With All Safety Measures Like First Aid Box & 2- Fire Fighting Box,Fire Fighting Cylinder, Fire Fighting Extinguisher, .
Physics is an experimental science. The theoretical concepts and relationships introduced in the lecture part of the course describe the general nature and behavior of real phenomena. They were, appropriately, discovered by (or inducted from) careful observation and thoughtful analysis of actual experiments. Genuine understanding entails being able to relate the abstract ideas to the particular facts to which they correspond.
The premise of the scientific method is that (observation of) nature is the ultimate judge of the truth of any physical theory. Indeed, experiments designed to prove certain ideas have often ended up showing them to be wrong. Consequently, all physical concepts must be verified experimentally if they are to be accepted as representing laws of nature.
Accordingly, the introductory physics laboratories have the following purposes and goals:
To provide an experimental foundation for the theoretical concepts introduced in the lectures. It is important that students have an opportunity to verify some of the ideas for themselves.
To familiarize students with experimental apparatus, the scientific method, and methods of data analysis so that they will have some idea of the inductive process by which the ideas were originated. To teach how to make careful experimental observations and how to think about and draw conclusions from such data.
To introduce the methods used for estimating and dealing with experimental uncertainties, including simple ideas in probability theory and the distinctions between random (statistical) and systematic “errors.” This is essential in understanding what valid conclusions can be deduced from experimental data and that, properly obtained, these conclusions are valid, notwithstanding the uncertainty of the data.
To learn how to write a technical report which communicates scientific information in a clear and concise manner.
To introduce new concepts and techniques which have a wide application in experimental science, but have not been introduced in the standard courses. These may require that the student consult additional textbooks.
The laboratory is not a contest whose object is to get the “right answer.” The purpose is to learn how to gain knowledge by looking at reality, not an attempt to make reality conform to preconceptions. The important thing is to learn how to be observant, to really see what happens, and to deal with this information with the strictest integrity. And to understand, or learn to understand, the meaning of what happens.
Even if you get results totally at variance with theory (as may happen due to a mistake, or a systematic uncertainty) you will get a high grade if you report it honestly and demonstrate that you understand what you did and how your results occurred. (If you have trouble interpreting your results, contact your TA for help.) On the other hand, if you get perfect agreement with theory by faking your data you will fail.
Practical ability to do experiments and analyze data is usually acquired through practice and experience. Practice is very important in learning any new discipline; such as, for example, a new language. A good lecture may be very helpful but not fully useful without actual practice. In experimental science, practice involves solving many problems (i.e. homework) and performing a variety of experiments (i.e. labs). Practice is essential to being able to make the connection between theory and experience.
A test tube is a glass tube with one end open and the other end closed. The closed end is rounded. Test tubes are used to hold small samples. They are primarily used for qualitative assessment and comparison. A common place to see these is the biochemistry lab. When a large number of samples need to be tested and compared, test tubes are used to make this easier. They are also easily capped with a rubber or glass stopper.
They are generally held in a test tube rack specifically designed for the purpose. If the test tubes become unsafe to touch with bare hands (whether due to heat or another reason), test-tube tongs can be used to move them.
Never heat a capped test tube
We Have 1 Mathematics Lab Science with 30 Students Capacity Of Each Lab With All Safety Measures Like First Aid Box & 2- Fire Fighting Box,Fire Fighting Cylinder, Fire Fighting Extinguisher, .
The mathematics laboratory is a place where anybody can experiment and explore patterns and ideas. It is a place where one can find a collection of games, puzzles, and other teaching and learning material. The materials are meant to be used both by the students on their own and with their teacher to explore the world of mathematics, to discover, to learn and to develop an interest in mathematics. The activities create interest among students or in anybody who wants to explore, and test some of their ideas, beliefs about mathematics.
The activities in the maths lab should be appealing to a wide range of people, of different ages and varying mathematical proficiency. While the initial appeal is broad-based, the level of engagement of different individuals may vary. The maths lab activities listed here have been done with students and teachers of different grade levels. The activities are intended to give children an experience of doing mathematics and not merely for the purpose of demonstration.
The maths lab provides an opportunity for the students to discover mathematics through doing. Many of the activities present a problem or a challenge, with the possibility of generating further challenges and problems. The activities help students to visualize, manipulate and reason. They provide opportunity to make conjectures and test them, and to generalize observed patterns. They create a context for students to attempt to prove their conjectures.
It is important to note that while in science experiments provide evidence for hypotheses or theories, this is not so in mathematics. Observed patterns can only suggest mathematical hypotheses and conjectures, not provide evidence to support them. (Sometimes, they may help to disprove a conjecture through a counter-example.) Mathematical truths are accepted only on the basis of proofs, and not through experiment.
Mathematics laboratory is a place to enjoy mathematics through informal exploration. It is a place where anyone can generate problems and struggle to get a answer. It is a space to explore and design new mathematical activities. So, the maths lab should not be used to assess students’ knowledge of mathematics. Often mathematics lab takes students knowledge beyond the curriculum.
Mathematics laboratory is a self-explanatory lab with activities, in which students could come anytime (free to them) and engage in the work, continue working on the problems/tasks, and use teachers as and when they are stuck. In this way, the role of the teacher is not to teach how to progress in the activity but to facilitate inquiry with the mathematics in it. The facilitation could be done either by probing questions, giving an extra resource or asking to follow or discuss with peers.
Earth Science lab
We Have1 Earth Science with 30 Students Capacity Of Each Lab With All Safety Measures Like First Aid Box & 2- Fire Fighting Box,Fire Fighting Cylinder, Fire Fighting Extinguisher, .
Earth Science lab is a supplementary to the Earth science lecture class. The class meets every other day. Students will perform laboratory activities either in small groups or on their own. In lab class students will be expected to read and follow the lab given to them. They will be active in their learning and are responsible for all their lab reports. Labs are state mandated and all students taking a Regents Science class must take and perform each lab satisfactorily. A lab folder must be maintained with evidence of the students work for the entire year. To be available to take the Regents Exam, students must complete 1200 minutes of satisfactory lab activities.
We Have 1 Botany Science with 30 Students Capacity Of Each Lab With All Safety Measures Like First Aid Box & 2- Fire Fighting Box,Fire Fighting Cylinder, Fire Fighting Extinguisher, .
What is Botany?
Much of the earth is covered with plant life that gives us oxygen, food supplies, and many other necessities. This teeming greenery all over the globe carries an unimaginable variety of designs, colors, lifestyles, and uses, and the botanist studies all of those things. In this lesson, we will discuss the definition of botany, the history of botany as a science, and the practical applications of botanical knowledge.
Botany is the scientific study of plant life, including the life of some things, such as fungus, which aren’t really considered plants anymore. The structure, properties, life processes, classifications, diseases, and environmental impacts and interactions are all included in botanical science. Botany is a branch of biology, which is the study of living organisms
To abide by the state of the-art Infrastructure, Aryabhatta College of Engineering and Research Centre has made available highest number of personal computers equipped with the latest soft wares and connected to the latest accessories and services and other gadgets under one roof. The Labs are equipped with latest soft wares which include different Language Compilers, Operating Systems, Visual Studios, and packages for academics and administrative Purposes.
Aryabhatta has high-end servers with high-speed processor and colored monitors.. All the technological resources at Aryahatta Group of Institutions are upgraded frequently to ensure that students are finely tuned to current trends in the World of technical advancements. In fact, every student gets ample time per week for hands-on computing experience as part of a guided learning session under the supervision of an expert faculty member. In addition to this session, each student is free to pursue computing activities at his or her preferred time, for the duration of his or her choice.