Electronics is a branch of physics concerned with the design of circuits and the study of electrons under a variety of conditions. The main objective of this club is to introduce students to the field of Electrical & Electronics, to stimulate their interests in electronics, electrical and engineering. Nava Vision helps to facilitate students’ skills and attitudes for analysing and operation of circuits. By building different circuits, students learn the working of different circuits related to real world.
Levels of Electrical & Electronics Club – Foundation, Basic Level, Intermediate and Advance
Why Electrical & Electronics Club for students?
- • The main purpose of introducing Electrical & Electronics Club in education, it provides complex-problem solving skills and a methodical mind for students.
- • By connecting the components according to the circuit diagram, students get critical thinking skills, when they don’t get the appropriate output.
- • This club helps students to turn their frustration into creativity and innovation, by creating new circuits and testing the same.
- • By assembling the components in group activity as teams, students learn to communicate as a team and express their ideas to craft the best end result. By working as a team, students learn Team-work skills and Presentation skills.
During this course, students will be required to gradually complete the set of experiments. Nava Vision teaches Electrical & Electronics to students by providing the following:
Teacher: Well trained teachers are provided by Nava Vision, to teach Electrical & Electronics for students.
E&E Kit: The kit provided by Nava Vision consists of all the components required for each level.
E&E Science Manual: Following the instructions and objectives mentioned in the manual for completing the experiments.
Online Videos: Each level videos can be accessed online through our official website www.navavidya.com. Our company provides a good opportunity.
Initial Levels of Electrical & Electronics Club
In this level, at first students are taught the basic difference between Electrical and Electronics. Students are taught how to use the breadboard, what is a circuit diagram? How to read and do the connections based on the circuit diagram. They are introduced to basic electronic components such as Capacitors, Resistors, Transistors, LEDs, etc. Here simple experiments are taught, like Homopolar Motor, Electronic Gas tank, Touch Switch, Burglar Alarm etc.
Syllabus - What is Electrical & Electronics? || Introduction to basic components || What are ICs? || What is a breadboard? || What is a Circuit Diagram? || Testing an electric circuit || Electric Money || Homopolar Motor || Electronic Gas Tank || Electronic Raindrops || Blinking LED || Electricity from sound || Automatic Street Light || Electronic Cat || Electromagnetic Train || Burglar Alarm || Touch Switch || Water Level Indicator || Electroscope || Electronic Dice || Conductors & Insulators || Electronic Alarm || Group Activities.
Note: Two Group Activities in Foundation level to improve team-building skills of students.
Age Group: 11+
In this level, students are taught how Electricals and Electronics are related to each other. They are introduced to different types of electronic components such as Variable Resistors, Buzzers, Diodes, Multimeter, etc and the uses of these components. Here, the circuit diagram would be a little complex than the previous level. Some of the experiments in this level are, Electric Pencil Sharpener, Clap Switch, Current detector, fridge Door alarm etc.
Syllabus - What is the use of studying Electrical & Electronics? || Introduction to basic components || What is a Circuit Diagram? || Testing an electric circuit || Electric Pencil Sharpener || Emergency Light || Current Detector || Clap Switch || Room Noise Detector || Fridge Door Alarm || Temperature Monitor || Bike Strobe Light || Touch ON Touch OFF Switch || Driving a Motor || Blinking 2 LED’s || Metal Detector || Electronic Letter Box || Dimmer Circuit || Mains Finder || Light Activated Siren || Group Activities.
Note: Two Group Activities in Basic level to improve team-building skills of students.
Age Group: 12+
Intermediate Level of Electrical & Electronics Club
In this level, students are taught What is Electricity? Difference between Alternating Current (AC) and Direct Current (DC). Students are taught about the types of circuits (Series & Parallel). They are introduced to different types of Timers, IC (Integrated Circuits), Sensors, etc. Some of the experiments in this level are, Toy Piano, Ticking Bomb, Marching LED, Touchless Door Bell, etc.
Syllabus - What is Electricity? || What are circuits? || Introduction to basic components used || LED Indicator Light || Police Light || Toy Piano || Ticking Bomb || Water Switch || Marching LED || Touchless Door Bell || Mobile Indicator || Smoke Detector || Christmas Light Circuit || Air flow Detector || Police Siren || Latch Switch || Crystal Tester || Flame Sensor || Traffic Light || Group Activities.
Note: Two Group Activities in Intermediate level to improve team-building skills of students.
Age Group: 13+
Advance Level of Electrical & Electronics Club
In this level, students are taught about the basic principles, working principles of the electronic components such as LED, LDR, Diodes, 555 Timer ICs, Sensors, etc. In this level students will be dealing with complex circuits to test different kind of outputs. Some of the experiments in this level are, Plant Moisture Monitoring circuit, Ding Dong sound generator circuit, LED Knight Rider circuit, Battery Charge Indicator circuit, etc.
Syllabus - What is Electrical & Electronics? || Introduction to basic components || Basic Principles and theories || Curtain Opener and Closer Circuit || Battery Charge Indicator || Security Alarm || Puff to OFF LED || Measuring Magnetic Field || Electronic Thermometer || LED Knight Rider Circuit || Speed Detection || Plant Moisture Monitoring System || IR Remote Sensor || LED Lamp Dimmer Circuit || FM Transmitter Circuit || 555 Timer IC Testing Circuit || Ding Dong Sound Generator || Up Down Fading LED || Light Activated Alarm || Group Activities.
Note: Two Group Activities in Advanced level to improve team-building skills of students.
Age Group: 14+