Electrical Circuits Laboratory: EEE 106
EEE 106: Level 1, Term 2. Section: A1, B2.
(Semester: August, 2011, February, 2011, October, 2009.)
Lab Report Marks:
Exp. 1 to 8 lab report marks of section A1 are available now: Download
Exp. 1 to 8 lab report marks of section B2 are available now: Download
The students whose student numbers are highlighted in red have not submitted the required number of reports (5). The students who have submitted 5 reports are highlighted in green.
Instructions on writing Lab reports:
Students must submit 3 reports from each lab group through email. They are requested to send the reports in my gmail account (check: Contact Information). The report must be in pdf format. Students can use any free pdf converters available on the internet. The pdf file name should be of the following format:
106_(Experiment no. in 2 digits)_(Group no. in 2 digits)_(Student no. in 7 digits)
For the report of experiment 1, a student of group 3 and with student number 33 should have the file name: 106_01_03_0906033.
The subject of the email should be same as the pdf file name.
Note that MS Word files are not acceptable.
Deadline for submission is 12 hours before the next lab experiment.
Marks of the reports will be uploaded on the website.
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