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Engineering Practices Laboratory

Engineering Practices Laboratory

The Engineering Practices Laboratory in the Mechanical Engineering Department was instituted in the year 1994 at Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College. The Engineering Practices Laboratory consists of the Carpentry, Fitting section and sheet metal section. 


It caters to the requisites of the Engineering Practices Laboratory as per the Autonomous Syllabus and curriculum of the College. First year B.E. and B.Tech. Students of the college perform Carpentry experiments in the Engineering Practices Laboratory. Experiments performed in the Carpentry shop include T lap joint, Dove tail lap joint, Mortise and Tenon joints. Students are illustrated with demonstration experiments in the Sheet Metal Shop as part of their syllabus. Content beyond their Syllabus, students perform Square filing, V-fitting and Square fitting experiments in this Laboratory.


The Engineering Practices Laboratory is also used for fabrication of projects by the students for their Mini Project pursued in their 6th Semester, B.E. Mechanical Engineering course and also for the fabrication in Project works ensued in the 8th Semester, B.E. Mechanical Engineering course. The facilities available are also utilized by the students belonging to the other branches for their Project work in their 8th Semester, B.E./B.Tech courses. The Engineering Practices Laboratory gets into limelight when the students make the most of it for the fabrication and development of the BAJA AUTO CAR every year successfully.