Building Electronic Circuits - ELECT 2301, Hands-on Online Course
Young-Scientist.in is happy to offer ELECT 2301 - Building Electronic Circuits, a hands-on DIY online course to develop skills in designing and building analog circuits on a breadboard.
The current generation is ruled by electronics. Right from desktops to cellphones, everybody is exposed to some electronic device or the other. It is crucial to understand the basic components that go behind in making these devices. How did these microscopic components revolutionize technology as we know?
1. All the necessary materials for project work will be sent as a kit by courier.
2. Classes will happen online using Zoom or Google Classroom
3. Simulations and webcam will be used for visual learning.
4. Students can interact with the facilitator through the mic.
Eligibility: Class VI and above
Code: ELECT 2301
Duration: 4 sessions, 8 hrs, 4 weeks
Starts: Aug 22nd
Time: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM IST
Course Fee: ₹2750/-
Once sufficient registrations are received, we will provide information on the payment process.
Thank you for your interest and patience.
(i) Equip the participants on the basic theory of electronic components
(The theory discussed will be sufficient to build circuits and age-appropriate)
(ii) Develop the participant's skills in designing & building circuits on a breadboard and troubleshooting.
This 4-week course is designed to give a rudimentary understanding of electronics circuits and their design.
Introduction to Electronic Circuits
Project: Infrared Detector
Introducing the Transistor
Project: Fading LED & Static Detector
Introduction to Integrated Circuit (IC) chips and Transducers
Project: Fire Alarm Circuit
Final Project and troubleshooting
Project: Darkness Detector
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Electronic Circuit Kit
City of Residence
Mailing address, where the electronics kit will be sent.
Has the student attended our past workshops on electronics? If yes, please specify.
Does the student have any experience with building electronic circuits, robotics? Any past projects or equipment that they own? (e.g. multimeter)
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