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Practicals? Don't worry!

Added on , Posted by AnsuKumari


Well in a nutshell, practicals aren't something to worry about. The whole idea is that you should know the aim, theory and procedure of all the 8 experiments you have performed. Just having a fair idea is enough not asking to cram up things, and the easiest way to do that is to attend labs and you won't have to put any effort. While you can always perform the experiments, just watching your friends or teacher do that is fairly enough too, and you are good to go.
While completing your experiments as you perform and get them checked on time is as good as it sounds, however you can be a lazy lad and do all the experiments around the end of semester and get them collectively checked at the cost of a couple of lectures from your teachers. Not to miss the fact that it depends on teacher to teacher as well, for instance, Vishnu sir is extremely lenient and the physics sir will treat you like you are a good for nothing moron who doesn't deserve to be here.
As far as the viva is concerned, your experience solely depends on the mood of the external and marks completely on internal! You can be lucky enough to be asked just your name and asked to leave thereafter ( not at all exaggerating) or you might have seen your enemy's face in the morning to have the external ask you special cases of the most difficult experiments. Like we were asked what will happen if we put a piece of black paper on half of the lens in Newton's rings experiment. (I mean who cares to study that much in viva? ._.) However, the good news is, it doesn't have much to do with your marks, just be polite to your teachers, DO NOT get into any arguments with them, maintain a decent image, obey them during experiments (even if you are just pretending to obey and not actually doing it, it's fine as long as you don't get busted).
Last but not least, move united! Like, if you are planning to submit your experiments collectively in the end but your classmates are getting it regularly checked, you are more likely to be screwed up. Although you can get past it with little less marks and a few more lectures, it's still better to do things together.
Good luck :smile:


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College: Govind Ballabh Pant Engineering College(GBPEC)


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Posted by Pradeep123,

Very nice... thankyou