Agronomy lab of  School of Agriculture, NUJ  facilitates students for practical sessions pertaining to different courses.
  • Effect of sowing depth on germination and seedling vigour
  • Study of yield contributing characters and yield estimation.
  • Use of tillage implements (reversible plough, one way plough, harrow, leveller, seed drill).
  • Study of soil moisture measuring devices.
  • Measurement of field capacity, bulk density and infiltration rate.

The laboratory also consists of a seed museum exhibiting seeds of various field crops cultivated in India, A well-equipped laboratory and instrument room is available to cater the research needs of the faculty, UG and PG scholars of departments.

Horticulture lab lab of  School of Agriculture, NUJ  facilitates students for practical sessions pertaining to different courses.
  • Identification of garden tools, implements and plant protection items.
  • Plant propagation method of horticulture crops.
  • Prepare layout of different type planting system of orchard.
  • Preparation and application of growth regulators.
  • Layout of nutritional / kitchen Garden.

The laboratory also consists of a seed museum exhibiting seeds of various horticultural crops cultivated in India. A well-equipped laboratory and instrument room is available to provide the research needs of the faculty UG and PG scholars of departments

The Plant Pathology Laboratory (PPL) is responsible for identifying plant diseases and pests. PPL also collaborates with the other researchers to develop unified responses to new invasive plant diseases.
  • Isolation of plant pathogens from different resources
  • Different media and their preparation
  • Tools in laboratory (inoculation needle and inoculation loop, Bunsen burner (spirit lamp).
  • Identification of plant diseases symptoms.
  • Isolation and purification of plant pathogens from diseases plant tissue.

Plant Pathology Laboratory provides disease testing of seeds, plants and plant products for both Phytosanitary and Diagnostic purpose. The PPL can test for all types of plant disease organisms (bacteria, fungi, phytoplasmas, and viruses) using a range of techniques, including microscopy, culture/isolation, serological tests, and molecular tests. The PPL also collaborates with to homeowners and farmers with diagnosing disease problems.

The entomology laboratory is equipped for research on systematics, ecology of insects and biocontrol of insect pests.
  • To study the methods of collection and preservation of insects including immature stages.
  • To study about the Wing venation, types of wings and wing coupling apparatus.
  • To study the dissection of alimentary canal/nervous system in insects (Grasshopper/Cockroach).
  • To study the male and female reproductive systems in insects (Grasshopper).
  • To study of characters of order Lepidoptera and its families.

The department maintains an insect collection with more than 100 insects which serves as reference. Apart from the regular equipment the Laboratory has facilities such as Stereozoom microscope, Compound microscope, PCR (Applied Bio systems), Gel doc system, Electrophoresis, Lyophilizer, BOD incubator, Deep freezer, Centrifuges and Laminar flow chamber.The laboratory offer facilities for Doctoral and post-doctoral scholars in addition to postgraduate interns.

The aim of laboratory of Genetics & Plant Breeding is the provide education to the undergraduate and postgraduate students for understanding the modern conventional and biotechnological approaches on Plant Breeding and Seed production of Field Crops
  • Consequences of inbreeding on genetic structure of resulting populations.
  • Methods of calculating mean, range, variance, standard deviation, heritability.
  • Prediction of performance of double cross hybrids.
  • Emasculation and hybridization techniques in self pollinated crops.
  • To work out the mode of pollination in a given crop and extent of natural out-crossing.

Special emphasis is given at approaching plant breeding by a holistic viewpoint, including the employment of modern technologies and applications such as the marker-assisted selection, breeding for resistance, organic breeding, application of induced mutations, grafting in vegetable crops as well as production of transgenic (GM) plants. In addition, the laboratory covers all essential aspects of plant propagation technology, including seed physiology, ecology, technology and seed storage, artificial seed as well as seed improvement (priming, pelting) and processing (cleaning, scarification, sizing, and coating) techniques.

Soil analysis is a valuable tool for determination of the inputs required for efficient and economic production.  
  • Determination of cation exchange capacity of soil.
  • Determination of maximum water holding capacity (MWHC) of soil.
  • Determination of moisture content from soil and plant.
  • Determination of soil moisture moisture by Neutron Probe Method (indirect Method).
  • Estimation of bulk density of soil by pycnometer method

Soil, Plant, Water and Fertilizer testing is essential for several of reasons, including optimizing crop production, protecting the environment from contamination caused by runoff and leaching of excess fertilizers, assisting in the diagnosis of plant culture problems, improving the nutritional balance of the growing media, and saving money and energy by applying only the amount of fertilizer required.

A regular advanced level trainings and on farm demonstrations in soil testing, plant analysis and water quality assessment is also imparted for the farmers, students and scientific and technical personnel associated with soil testing

The Chemistry Laboratory has all the equipment for preparing samples and standards for various analyses of liquid and solid samples.
  • A Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectrometer and microscope used for chemical analysis of materials including asphalt binders and hydrated silica gels in cementitious samples.
  • An x-ray diffractometer (XRD) used for the analysis of cement, concrete, fly ash, etc.
  • A dispersive Raman spectrometer and microscope used to study aggregates, nanomaterials, and alkali-silica reaction (ASR) gels.
  • An energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence spectrometer (XRF) used to determine the elemental composition of cement, aggregates, and asphalt binders.
  • A glow discharge spectrometer for the analysis of metals.

The laboratory houses traditional equipment, including glassware, fume hoods, a muffle furnace, centrifuges and ovens. More specialized equipment includes a nitrogen gas purged desiccator and glove box to provide an inert atmosphere for studying ASR (alkali-silica reaction) gels and other cementitious materials

This laboratory involves the preparation of samples and standards for various analyses of liquid and solid samples. The laboratory houses various traditional equipment including glassware, fume hoods, a muffle furnace, centrifuge, aggregate mill, and ovens. It allows students to explore chemical concepts, view changes in matter, and acquire scientific skills in an atmosphere that mimics a professional scientific environment. It includes:

The Botany Laboratory is accompanied by specimens, permanent slides, and charts to understand the basics of the algae, lichens, fungi, and plant kingdom
  • To learn how plants are classified on the basis of scientific botanical nomenclature
  • To review the aspects of the plant cell that distinguishes plants from other organisms
  • To know the important uses of plants by humans to their cellular structures and life history traits
  • To familiarize with the basic characteristics of and distinctions between the four major groups of plants
  • To sow seeds of various plant species for observations of plant development and morphology
  • To introduce and understand new ways & techniques to control complexities of plant structure

Botany laboratory has multiple compound and dissecting microscopes for students. Besides this, the laboratory has a pH meter, Spectrophotometer, Computer, Laminar Air-Flow, Autoclave, Incubator, Oven, and Centrifuge for various experiments. Botany laboratory activity also involves field visits/trips to study the important flora in the nearby regions.

The Botany Laboratory provides plant identification services, noxious weed distribution information, and biological support data to the county agricultural Commissioner’s offices, the general public, CDFA programs and various other State and Federal agencies. These activities function to help prevent the introduction and spread of serious weed pests and to identify host plants of insects, plant diseases, and plant parasitic nematodes. Plant identification is an integral part of weed pest exclusion, detection, control, and eradication. It is also important to other units of the Department, such as the Animal Health & Food Safety Services, Inspection Services and to County departments of agriculture, which require prompt and accurate botanical information in pursuit of their goals.

Besides this the laboratory has anemometer, psychrometer, luxmeter, Soil Thermometer, pH meter, spectrophotometer, potometer, computer, laminar air-flow, autoclave hi-speed centrifuge and microtome for specific experiments for undergraduate level. It includes:

The Zoology Laboratory provides a scientific study of the animal kingdom, its diversity and evolution.
  • Collection and preservation of animal species.
  • Dissection of vertebrate and invertebrates’ animals.
  • Exploration of the general anatomy of animals from different phyla through various slide examination and observation of animal specimens preserved in the laboratory.
  • Application of micro-techniques for slide preparation and staining through fixation, embedding and sectioning.
  • Slide identification of various histological slide tissues and organ sections.
  • Identification of embryological slides and embryological stages.

Zoology laboratory is well-equipped with the necessary infrastructure and equipments like Microscope, Hemoglobinometer, pH meter, Colorimeter, Haemocytometer, Centrifuge, and Incubator etc. Zoology laboratory has various specimens and is accompanied by charts to understand the basics of the animal kingdom easily.

The Zoology Laboratory provides the students with a suitable environment to develop a detailed understanding of the animal kingdom by exploring the physical, morphological and physiological characteristics of animals. The laboratory presents through its instruments an ideal place for undergraduate students to study the histology of various cells, tissues and organs.

The Physics Laboratory at NUJ plays a vital role in the education and training of students at various academic levels, including diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate. It provides students with hands-on experience in conducting experiments, making measurements, and analysing data, allowing them to apply theoretical concepts to real-world scenarios. The laboratory activities enhance students' understanding of fundamental principles and develop their skills in scientific inquiry and critical thinking
  • Light
  • Mechanics
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
  • Electricity and magnetism
  • Condensed matter physics
  • Electronics
  • Sound

It is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment in the field of Pure and Applied Physics. General Physics Laboratory exposes the students to basic physical measurement & methodologies. At the diploma level, we focus on introducing students to basic experimental techniques and measurements. Students learn to handle laboratory equipment, such as ammeters, voltmeters, galvanometers, vernier callipers, spherometers, etc. They perform experiments related to topics such as mechanics, electricity, optics, and thermodynamics. At the undergraduate level, it becomes more advanced, with experiments covering a wider range of topics and concepts. Students are exposed to more sophisticated equipment and techniques, including interference, diffraction, polarisation, and electronics. They engage in experiments related to classical mechanics, electromagnetism, solid-state physics, etc. At the postgraduate level, the work in the physics laboratory is more research-oriented, with an emphasis on advanced experimental techniques and instrumentation. At this level, it is focused on the specialization in condensed matter physics. The laboratory activities involve designing and implementing experiments, analysing complex data sets, and contributing to cutting-edge research projects.

Overall, the physics laboratory assist students in enhancing their understanding of fundamental concepts, and fostering their development as scientific researchers. The laboratory experiences complement theoretical coursework and enable students to bridge the gap between theory and practice, preparing them for successful careers in academia, industry, or research.

Our highly organised physics laboratory includes experiments from a wide range of categories, such as:

Biotechnology is the branch of engineering that deals with the industrial processing, in laboratories and pilot plants, of raw materials for the purpose of obtaining high-value products from the action of microorganisms, animal and vegetable cells, enzymes and cell components.

Biotechnology provides farmers with tools that can make production cheaper and more manageable. For example, some biotechnology crops can be engineered to tolerate specific herbicides, which make weed control simpler and more efficient. 

This laboratory allows the students to prepare therapeutically and diagnostically important proteins, to manipulate the gene and their expression to improve quality and quantity of the plant and animal products. It includes:

  • Use the plants as production systems by altering the plant hormones for growth and development.
  • Employ different methods for the development of transgenic plants.
  • Understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying biotic and abiotic stress tolerance
  • To explore naturally available biomaterials and synthetic nanomaterial
  • To study the role of various micro RNA’s
  • To conduct biofuel production from wastes, micro-algal cultivation for water treatment, and fuel synthesis
  • Design of new bio-active molecules using molecular modeling techniques
  • Modelling of small organic molecules, proteins and protein-ligand interactions, Generation and screening of large virtual combinatorial compound libraries, etc.

The Pharmacy Lab consists of various equipment’s that are used to practice for the study of various communicable and non-communicable diseases and conditions

The Laboratory is used by students to practice and master their drug compounding and preparation skills in various dosage forms like Tablet, Capsule, Syrup, Suspension, Emulsion, Creams, and Ointments etc. including the Parenteral (Injections) before entering the workforce. The labs feature innovative spaces and creative curriculum that enrich the learning experience and prepare students for real-world work on rotations and in their future careers. This Lab includes

  • To provide practical exposure to the budding pharmacists on Physical Pharmaceutics, Manufacturing Operations, Pre-formulation Screening Tests, Designing, Evaluation and Pharmacokinetic study of solid, liquid, semisolid dosage forms including Novel Drug Delivery Systems for ocular, nasal, transungual, transmucosal, translabial, transnabhi, soft palatal drug delivery systems etc.
  • To provide practical exposure to Students on techniques of tissue culture, sterilization, antibiotic assay, microbial Screening, microbial sensitivity, microbial resistance, etc.
  • To analyze the organic and inorganic compounds as per Pharmacopoeial Standards along with practical experience for synthesizing Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients etc.
  • To provide experience regarding Identification of Medicinal Plants & herbs, with Cultivation & Collection techniques.

The school offers Bachelor's and Master's programs in Geography, the syllabus for both programs offers Laboratory and theory courses covering basic concept in various Sub-discipline of Geography (Physical, Human). Students study about places and the relationships between people and their environments in geography, for this, practical knowledge is required so that the theoretical knowledge can be understood well. Geography lab plays a pivotal role in enriching geographical base of a student. To accomplish all, school has maintained a well-equipped lab which helps the students to understand and explore both physical properties of Earth's surface and the human societies spread across it. Our lab contains cartographic equipments e.g. Pantagraph, Plani Meter, Computer and Geographical Information System and Remote Sensing tools and softwares, and best tracing table is part of our lab. Our lab keeps physical as well as political maps, topographical maps, charts, globe are to know geographical and political features the world. 3D models facilitate the study of this subject and enhance the comprehension of students. Surveying instruments Plain table, Theodolite, Prismatic Compass, Clinometer and etc make our lab rich to study and conduct research in geography. Very important things is our University is located in laps of Aravalli Hills which provides a space to understand the tropical environment and its geographical features. Through such practical approach geographical information becomes more meaningful and relevant to the student day to day experience and the total effect upon learning could be over lasting

Nirwan University Jaipur

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Nirwan University

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