R&D Centre, MS Engineering College, Bangalore started the initiative on developing virtual platform that can provide online interactive access and support for students to learn design, modeling and simulation of electronic circuits. As part of this initiative MSEC current offers three virtual platforms such as VLSI design, Nanoelectronics and Embedded systems. The platform is unique in its approach as it provides support for learning while performing experiments.
The virtual labs have the advantages for students to learn and carry out experiments online without their physical presence in the labs. The licensed software’s and hardware’s that are of industry standards can be accessed by student’s online and carryout experiments. The labs combine animations, case studies, illustrations, video lectures, FAQ’s, e-books and tutorials providing the required information for students to engage and develop expertise in VLSI design.
MSEC, Bangalore is working on research and development activities that are very much industry relevant and societal benefits. Over the last three years VTU, Belgaum is keenly observing the activities of this institution and I am proud as one of our affiliated institutions is working on developmental activities that are meeting the needs of students and faculties members across the country. Virtual Labs which is another such initiative of MSEC that provides remote access to students to learn VLSI design, embedded system design and signal processing and gain hands on expertise. I congratulate the R&D team and MSEC Management for this initiative and VTU whole heartedly supports this noble program.
R&D centre at MSEC, Bangalore in association with leading MNCs and research organizations has created state of the art facility for electronic product design. With the initiative of virtual labs MSEC provides access to these resources online. This is first of its kind in Karnataka under VTU, I congratulate the team for making this lab operational. The resources and course materials are meticulously developed in association with leading industries and has been reviewed by subject experts. In the last three years more than 1500 participants have been trained with the facility created in-house. Before making this facility available virtually, MOUs have been signed with leading MNCs under University Program with their support and encouragement Virtual Labs are currently made available in the field of VLSI and Embedded System Design. We have plans to extend this facility in electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.