Professional Course

Laboratory

Computer Based Numerical and Statistical Techniques Lab

Computer Based Numerical and Statistical Techniques Lab is used to optimize performance and minimize error in problem-solving application. Computer Based Numerical and Statistical Techniques are applied in Signal Processing that treats signals as stochastic process, dealing with their statistical properties (e.g.: mean, covariance)to build mathematical models of dynamical systems for data measurement & for optimal design of experiments.

Computer Based Numerical and Statistical Techniques Lab
CBNST
S.NOName of practicalObjective
01 Polynomial equation. To deduce error involved in polynomial equation Using C++.
02 Algebraic and Transcendental equations. To Find out the root of the Algebraic and Transcendental equations using C++.
03 Newton’s Forward and Backward Interpolation formula To implement Newton’s Forward and Backward Interpolation formula Using C++.
04 Gauss Forward and Backward, Bessel’s, Sterling’s and Everett’s Interpolation formula. To implement Gauss Forward and Backward, Bessel’s, Sterling’s and Everett’s Interpolation formulausing C++.
05 Newton’s Divided Difference and Lagrange’s Interpolation formula. To implement Newton’s Divided Difference and Lagrange’s Interpolation formulausing C++.
06 Numerical Differentiations To implement Numerical Differentiations using C++.
07 Numerical Integration using Trapezoidal, Simpson 1/3 and Simpson 3/8 rule. To implement Numerical Integration using Trapezoidal, Simpson 1/3 and Simpson 3/8 Rule using C++.
08 Least Square Method for curve fitting. To implement Least Square Method for curve fitting using C++.
09 Frequency chart like histogram, frequency curve and pie-chart etc. To draw frequency chart like histogram, frequency curve and pie-chart etc,Using C++.
Skills & Communication Lab

The Objective of communication lab is to develop in communication skills of the student which help students acquire their life skills so that they can be futuristic in their approach. Life skills are essential to promote mental health and competence in youth in order to help them face challenges and realities of work and life.

Skills & Communication Lab
Skills & Communication
S.NONAME OF EXPERIMENTOBJECTIVE
1 Listening to a recording of a telephone conversation for identifying specific information as well as details In this experiment, you check your pronunciation accuracy by graph of your recording match with standard
2 Listening to a recording of a railway / airport announcement for selective listening and identifying specific information. In this, you listen the story, announcement & check the strength of your listening skills
3 Listening to a recording of a radio / television news bulletin for identifying specific as well as over-all information All your work as a broadcast journalist leads ultimately to one thing - the time when your listeners hear what you have produced. This can be the news bulletin or a current affairs program. You have to use your on-air time effectively.
4 Listening to a recording of the description of a place, event or incident for note-taking, identifying details, descriptions and overall idea. Understanding the topic, the gist, or the larger conceptual framework of a textbook chapter, an article, a paragraph, a sentence or a passage is a sophisticated reading task. Being able to draw conclusions, evaluate, and critically interpret articles or chapters is important for overall comprehension in college reading.
5 Listening to a recording of a lecture / talk on for note taking and identifying facts and drawing conclusions Efficient note taking is necessary for students to have a record of lectures for future study and ...Listening Tips. You must learn to listen effectively because eighty per cent of what you know is acquired through listening. Listening is a skill that requires the ... Listen for ideas - main ideas, central facts, organizational patterns
6 Listening to a recording of a television panel discussion on any topic for identifying facts, analysing those drawing inferences and explaining the conclusion of the discussion in a logical manner. Listening to a recording of a lecture/talk on for note-taking and identifying facts and drawing conclusions. Listening to a recording of a television panel discussion on any topic for identifying facts, analysing those drawing inferences and explaining the conclusion of the discussion in a logical manner.
7 Listening to passages that are read out for practicing note taking and identifying general and detailed content. This packet contains specific recommendations to help you listen to a lecture more efficiently. Efficient note taking is necessary for students. Be prepared to listen by keeping up to date with your textbook reading. Read the chapter before the lecture carefully.
8 Listening to dialogues that are read out for identifying specific, general and detailed content. In the laboratory, learners listen to the text before reading it. To the left of each paragraph of the reading text is an audio icon button. By activating this button, students can read and listen to the text simultaneously.