A two days Workshop on “Electronic Gadget Designing” was organised by Department of Physics, Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences at Ganpat University on 1st and 2nd May, 2017. The main purpose of two days’ workshop was to supplement the understanding and clarify the concept of Electronics, Circuit Designing and Fault finding in some usual as well as advanced level Electronic gadgets.
After discussing with the Resource Persons and the Advisory committee a series of Talks and a Technical session was planned for this workshop. Dr. Darshan Vyas, Head, Department of Physics, Hemchandra Acharya North Gujarat University, Patan, graced and handled the two days event as the Resource Person. On the first day after formal inauguration the workshop started with great enthusiasm. Dr. R. K. Patel, Dean, Faculty of Science and Pharmacy, Dr. Amit Parikh, Principal, Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences, Dr. Devang Shah, Head, Department of Physics and Cordinator of this Workshop was present along with the Resource Person during the inaugural. The participants and resource person were welcomed and the idea behind the workshop was explained to them. The workshop started with the best wishes and messages from the distinguished seniors. The workshop began with a keynote lecture about the Basics of Electronics and Circuit Elements, by Dr. Darshan Vyas. During the post lunch session participants received the kits for designing the electronic gadgets. Two different gadgets were designed by various groups of participants: Regulated power Supply and Digital Clock.
Next day the participants continued with their gadgets and also learned the technique of fault finding in the gadgets. The participants were students of B.Sc. sem. 6, M.Sc. sem. 2 and M.Sc. sem. 4 from Physics Department. All the Resource Person and the Participants were facilitated with souvenirs and certificates by Head of the Institute.
As workshop outcome the participants had a wonderful opportunity to understand some amazing aspects of Electronic Gadgets, Fault finding and their remedial. The satisfaction of the participants was evident by their positive feedback received at the end of the workshop.