Basic Electrical lab is introduced in first semester for chemistry cycle and in second semester for physics cycle. In this laboratory, students become familiar with making basic electrical measurements using digital multi-meters(DMMs) and bridges. Then the students begin learning how basic RLC components function and perform experiments related to Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's law. The student will be introduced to virtual lab where the plot of frequency and current characteristic of series and parallel RLC circuits are done virtually using simulator. By the end of their laboratory course, students should be able to design, assemble, and use basic electrical circuits.

Basic Electronics lab is introduced in first semester for physics cycle and in second semester for chemistry cycle. Basic Electronics lab is well equipped with the latest signal generators, oscilloscopes, and measuring instruments. Students of all the branches design and test their electronics circuits as part of their curriculum. Guidance is provided to the students by a team of expert faculty and lab technicians. The student will also be introduced to virtual lab where design of Half wave and Full wave Rectifiers are done virtually using simulator for the plot of input and output.

Analog Electronic Circuits Lab is an introductory experimental laboratory that explores the design, construction, and debugging of electronic circuits. The experiments investigate the performance characteristics of diodes, transistors, and op-amps, including the construction of a small audio amplifier and preamplifier. Thirteen weeks are devoted to the design and implementation of the experiments. Written and oral presentation of a project in an environment similar to that of engineering design teams in industry. The course provides opportunity to simulate real-world problems and solutions that involve trade offs and the use of engineering judgment.

Digital Electronic Circuit Lab provides a practical knowledge to support the theory that allows the students the opportunity to enhance their understanding of digital electronics in designing a system. Emphasis is placed on Boolean algebra, logic families, medium scale integration (MSI). The basic logic gates are the building blocks of more complex logic circuits.

These logic gates perform the basic Boolean functions, This lab is well equipped with the latest Digital IC trainer Kits and all the ICs required for the curriculum. Thirteen weeks are devoted to the design and implementation of the experiments in Didital Electronic Circuits Lab.

Network Analysis Laboratory is associated with the institute integrated course “Network Anlaysis”. This Lab runs in third semester for undergraduate B.E students. This laboratory is utilized to perform the experiments using discrete components.The experiments are related to the theoretical aspects which is included in their course like verification of Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem and design of series and parallel resonance, verification of two-port networks.This Lab lays a firm foundation of practical insight of circuit analysis and design, which will help them to analyze complex communication circuits in higher semesters.

Fundamentals of HDL Lab is a general introduction to the VHDL and Verilog language and its use in programmable logic design, covering the basic constructs used in both the simulation and synthesis environments. Fundamentals of HDL Lab is equipped with the latest version of Xilinx software. Xilinx is one of most popular software tool used to synthesize VHDL and verilog code. By the end of this course, students will have a basic understanding of the Verilog and VHDL module, data types, operators and assignment statements needed to begin creating your own designs, using both behavioral and structural approaches. In the hands-on laboratory sessions, students will get to practice the knowledge they have gained by writing simple but practical designs.

Signals and Systems laboratory is equipped with latest MATLAB software with various Tool boxes and Simulink. Students simulate here number of experiments in MATLAB.This lab introduces the students to various signal processing techniques using MATLAB®. MATLAB® - introduction, MATLAB environment; Arrays and vectors; Plotting graphs; Control statements; Matrices and vectors; MATLAB functions; Eigenvectors and singular value decomposition; Complex numbers. Students will practically visualize all theoretical concepts those are discussed in class room such as Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals, Signal Transformations, Continuous and Discrete Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems, Convolution Sum and Convolution Integral, Response of LTI systems, Fourier Series and Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform and Z -Transform

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab is renowned in the various fields of engineering applications for Electronics Engineer. Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab helps the students to understand the fundamental aspects of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers in practical about assembly level language and instruction set of microprocessor and microcontroller.Microprocessor lab helps the students to acquire practical knowledge about various processors such as 8086,microcontroller 8051 and also the interfacing devices.The features and facilities available in this lab will help the students to enhance their knowledge about the latest trends and technologies.

Analog Communication laboratory focuses on training the Electronics students in the concepts ofvarious typeof modulation & demodulation. The recent communication techniques can be demonstrated with latest equipment. Students conduct experiments in a communication lab where they become familiar with oscilloscopes, signal generators and spectrum analyzers. Measurement of common signals such as sinusoids and periodic square waves are conducted in both the time and frequency domain. The training and experience that Electronic students gain in this laboratory enhance their understanding of Analog Communication systems.

Digital Communication Lab is introduced to Electronics students to enhance the digital Communication concepts. Digital Communication Labis renowned in the various fields of engineering applications for Electronics Engineer because it’s an important and ever growing field with various technical challenges and integral part of everyone’s day to day life. Digital Communication laboratory is to emphasize on the communication area fundamentals and provides practical hands-on exposure to digital communication experiments on modulation and demodulation like ASK,FSK,PSK, QPSK using discrete components and kits. Students are also exposed to modern tools such as Digital CROs and Scilab to implement the above modulation technics in virtual environment.

Digital Signal Processing laboratory is equipped with MatLab/Simulink software package version 2018a, TMS series based DSP kit. MATLAB is a software package for high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in Matrix notation. In this laboratory the students are introduced to the MATlab/Simulink tools and mathematical techniques necessary forunderstanding and analyzing both continuous-time and discrete-time systems. This helps students to carry out various experiments to learn Fourier Analysis technique, Sampling, Z-ansforms and Transfer Functions. Students also perform experiments on FFT and filter design techniques which are two fundamental techniques in DSP. DSP kits are used to perform hardware experiments to understand filter design.

Power Electronics Laboratory is associated with the course power electronics for seventh semester B.E students. This lab includes experiments on analysis of V-I characteristics of power semiconductor devices and analysis of various triggering circuits, speed control of induction motor, DC Motor and Universal motor, Commutation of thyristors.This lab lays the foundation for analyzing the working principle of power semiconductor devices and their practical importance like power generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy.

Data Communication Lab course provides students with hands on training regarding the design, troubleshooting, modeling and evaluation of computer networks. In this course, students are going to experiment in a real test-bed networking environment, and learn about network design and troubleshooting topics and tools such as: network addressing, Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), basic troubleshooting tools, IP routing, route discovery, TCP and UDP, IP fragmentation and many others. Student will also be introduced to the network modeling and simulation, and they will have the opportunity to build some simple networking models using the tool and perform simulations that will help them evaluate their design approaches and expected network performance.

Fundamentals of VLSI lab allows the students to understand theoretical concepts studied as part of subjects CMOS VLSI Design, Microelectronics Circuits and HDL, to experience in practical with the help of Cadence tool framework. The lab introduces the complete custom IC design flow, ASIC design flow and AMS flow for Analog circuits, Digital circuits design respectively. The analog design involves schematic (standard cell), test schematic capture and symbolic representation of circuit topologies using Virtuoso schematic editor/ Composer. Simulation of the test circuit to perform various analyses such as transient, DC and AC is facilitated by Multimode Simulator/Spectre.

In the era of development in space technology, miniaturization plays a vital role to perform cost effective space mission. In this regard student satellite-2(STUDSAT-2A/2B) is Twin Nano-Satellites project undertaken by under graduate students of seven consortium college students in association with ISRO and few research agencies to demonstrate inter satellite communication. Nagarjuna College of Engineering and Technology is one of the seven participating institutes in STUDSAT-2 project. To implement the projects students are exposed to advanced technologies in space and satellite design concepts to enhance their skills

Project e-Yantra is an initiative to spread education in embedded systems and Robotics by IIT Bombay sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India through the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT). The objective is to provide hands-on learning for engineering students who have limited access to labs and mentors. The goal is to create the next generation of (Embedded systems) engineers in India with a practical outlook to take on challenging problems and provide solutions. Under this project Nagarjuna college of engineering and technology has set up Robotics laboratory with advanced robotic kits and equipments, where students design and execute projects.