Vikrant Virtual Lab

Vikrant Virtual Lab

Another proud moment for the Vikrant Group of Institutions, Gwalior as it becomes the only Nodal Center at Gwalior for Virtual Labs,IIT Delhi. Virtual Labs is an initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development,Govt of India under the aegis of National Mission on Education through ICT. Being the nodal center for Virtual Labs will help enhance us the quality education we depart by making it more interactive and beneficial for the faculties and students.

Physical distances and the lack of resources make us unable to perform experiments, especially when they involve sophisticated instruments. Also, good teachers are always a scarce resource. Web-based and video-based courses address the issue of teaching to some extent. Conducting joint experiments by two participating institutions and also sharing costly resources has always been a challenge. With the present day internet and computer technologies the above limitations can no more hamper students and researchers in enhancing their skills and knowledge. Also, in a country such as ours, costly instruments and equipment need to be shared with fellow researchers to the extent possible. Web enabled experiments can be designed for remote operation and viewing so as to enthuse the curiosity and innovation into students. This would help in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation.Today most equipment has a computer interface for control and data storage. It is possible to design good experiments around some of this equipment which would enhance the learning of a student. Internet-based experimentation further permits use of resources, knowledge, software, and data available on the web, apart from encouraging skillful experiments being simultaneously performed at points separated in space (and possibly, time).

  • Vikrant's Virtual Lab Objectives:

    1. To provide remote-access to Labs in various disciplines of Science and Engineering. These Virtual Labs would cater to students at the undergraduate level, post graduate level as well as to research scholars.

    2. To enthuse students to conduct experiments by arousing their curiosity. This would help them in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation.

    3. To provide a complete Learning Management System around the Virtual Labs where the students can avail the various tools for learning, including additional web-resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self evaluation.

    4. To share costly equipment and resources, which are otherwise available to limited number of users due to constraints on time and geographical distances.

    Silent Features

    1. Virtual Labs will provide to the students the result of an experiment by one of the following methods (or possibly a combination)
      • Modeling the physical phenomenon by a set of equations and carrying out simulations to yield the result of the particular experiment. This can, at-the-best, provide an approximate version of the ‘real-world’ experiment.
      • Providing measured data for virtual lab experiments corresponding to the data previously obtained by measurements on an actual system.
      • Remotely triggering an experiment in an actual lab and providing the student the result of the experiment through the computer interface. This would entail carrying out the actual lab experiment remotely.

    2. Virtual Labs will be made more effective and realistic by providing additional inputs to the students like accompanying audio and video streaming of an actual lab experiment and equipment.

    Faculty Development Program

    Faculty Members:

    1. Prof. Sandeep Tiwari
    2. Prof. Anand Singh Bisen
    3. Prof. Upendra Singh Tomar
    4. Prof. Anu Parmar
    5. Prof. J.S. kushawah
    6. Prof. Promise Mittal
    7. Prof. Ambar Agarwal and Other Faculty Members...

    Trainer : Mr. Akshat Agarwal (IIT Delhi)

    Training Details
    Department of Electrical and electronics engineering, VITM Gwalior organized a one day FDP on Virtual lab on Monday, 20 may 2019. Virtual lab is an initiative of ministry of human resources development under the national mission on education through ICT. In this FDP expert Mr. Akshat Agarwal explain about Virtual lab and benefits of using Virtual lab. There is a hands-on session also, in which participants perform practicals in virtual lab.

    Broad Areas of Virtual Lab

    1. Electronics & Communications

    2. Computer Science & Engineering

    3. Electrical Engineering

    4. Mechanical Engineering

    5. Civil Engineering

    6. Fire & Technology Engineering

    7. Management

    Vikrant's Solar Vehicle


    1. Ambar Tomar
    2. Vikrant Prajapati
    3. Sweta Jain
    4. Devendra Shukla
    5. Deepak Rajput
    6. Ram Raja S. Bhadoriya
    7. Raju Keshwar
    8. Manish Jain


    Yet another leap towards future by Vikrant Group of Institutions, Gwalior where Department of electrical & Electronics engineering feels proud to announce that Vikrant's Solar Vehicle has been designed by our students. This hybrid vehicle is a three seater environment friendly. The solar plates charges the batteries while running the vehicle & it can also be charged by AC supply. The running cost is zero , this vehicle can run at the speed of about 30-40 KM/Hr & its loading capacity is 450 kgs.

    Feedback System


    1. Shivangi Bhadoriya
    2. Pankaj Bamoriya

    Project Guide: Prof. Anand Singh Bisen

    Vikrant Group of Institutions Gwalior's students contributed a Student Feedback System for the betterment of college.
    The system is developed and designed by students Pankaj Bamoriya and Shivangi Bhadouria of CSE Department VITM, Gwalior.The system uses Android as platform and aims to rate and analyse faculty’s teaching performance. The purpose is to provide periodical feedback by students about the course conduction. It reduces the work of physically examining the feedback pages This system also reduces the efforts,cost and security for the maintenance of manual base.

    Arduino Based Hand Guesture Wheel Chair


    1. Rijwan Ahmed, BTech EE,VITM Indore


    Vikrant Group of Institutions,Indore is proud of the social endeavours by its students.The student Rijwan Ahmed of BTech EE,VITM Indore, designed an "Arduino Based Hand Gesture Wheel Chair". This wheel chair is a basic wheel chair which can work both manually and with motion of hands. This type of chair is designed for those patients who are unable to move their limbs and are dependent on care takers for their movement.

    Leave Management System

    Team MEMBERS:

    1. Mahendra Singh Tomar
    2. Prateek Mishra

    PROJECT GUIDE: Prof. Anand Singh Bisen

    Vikrant Group of Institutions Gwalior's students for the betterment of the Institution contributed "Employee Leave Management System".
    The project is developed by Mahendra Tomar and Prateek Mishra students of CSE Department. The system is cloud based and simplify the process of leave application by the employee and also reduces the efforts required by the management to maintain and sanction the leaves of employees.