Scientific education has two main flavors. First is theory where you learn how things work and the second is lab work where you actually put the theories you've learned to practice. Laboratory experience, therefore, plays a key role in engineering and technology education. Students of this discipline learn as much from their classroom courses as they do through lab work.
At the Don Bosco College of Engineering and Technology (DBCET), Assam Don Bosco University, we understand the importance of introducing students to live lab experience. Our state-of-the-art science laboratories house all the necessary apparatus and equipment that students at DBCET require to conduct succesful experiments.
Our laboratories are meant to provide a stimulating environment to students where they can raise their level of understanding of what they learn in the classroom and develop scientific attitudes of curiosity, inquistiveness, objectivity, and inventiveness.
The laboratories at DBCET have been designed keeping in view the standard safety norms and can beat the best educational labs in the country in terms of quality and variety of equipment. Our labs are well-equipped to handle both research work and classroom training and cater to students enrolled in our Bachelor's, Master's as well as Ph.D. programs
In addition to science laboratories, the university also boasts of cutting edge computer labs. Tastefully and ergonomically designed to provide maximum comfort to the students, our computer labs are equipped with more than 500 machines networked under Windows 2003 Server and Linux.
Besides supporting lab work and reseach, our computer labs are designed to serve the day-to-day computing needs of our students through computing centers with Internet-enabled computers. We provide our students broadband access with static IP addresses to take care of their internal browsing requirements.
We also realize that communication skills are vital for success in any given profession. That's why we've set up two language labs equipped with student consoles, language lab software, and digitized audio and video material to help our students develop their interactive language skills.