Today, many of our daily appliances and equipment use electronics, sensors and sophisticated computer technologies. Circuit Designing is an integral part of any Electronic Gadget or Robotics. If you know how to design any circuit & logic behind it then you can do any innovation with your creative ideas.

You might be surprised at what you can design - you just have to have a 'problem' to utilize your knowledge. Even with some basic knowledge you can do some pretty cool things. A lot can be done with some transistors, op amps and logic gates.

When designing a circuit, think about what you want it to achieve. Then how do you think the circuit will do this? Start simple. What power source will you be using? A 9V battery? Sketch it down.

Then what? A status led? Draw that down, but remember it needs a resistor to 'protect' it. Does the circuit need to count for a certain amount of time after some sort of trigger? If so, think what you can use.

See how by taking little steps you can create your own circuit? It may not be a super-dooper all-singing all-dancing circuit with a hundred ICs and crystals and bluetooth and all that stuff, but it's a circuit that you have made.

Topics to be Covered in this Workshop  

 Session I: Introduction to Basic Electronics 

  • Basic Electronics Components
  • Resistor (Ohms Law, Voltage & Current)
  • Capacitors
  • Diode
  • Integrated Circuit
  • LEDs
  • Transistor
  • LDR’s
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Breadboard
  • Logic Gates.
  • Practical Use of Electronics Components like Resistor, Capacitor & Diode. 

Session II: Introduction to Circuit Designing (My First Circuit) 

  • Introduction
  • Breadboard Description
  • Hands on Session
  • Circuit 1: Designing basic Circuit for LED Glowing on breadboard.
  • Circuit 2: Buzzer Testing on breadboard.
  • Circuit 3: LDR based Light Operating System.
  • Circuit 4: Water Tank Full Alert

Session III: Advanced Circuit Designing

Circuit 5: Dancing Light using Transistor & Six LEDs.
Circuit 6: Musical Bell (UM66)
Circuit 7: Morning Alarm depend on Light.
Circuit 8: Fire Alarm using IC.
Circuit 9: Siren (Ambulance, Police, Fire) using IC.
Circuit 10: Logic Gates (AND, OR & NOT) Gate. 

Session IV: Quiz & Competition

At the end of the workshop a small competition will be organized & winning team will get the certification of excellence.

 Duration: The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive days, with six hours session each day in a total of twelve hours.

Certification Policy

  • Certificate of Merit for all the workshop participants from Innovians Technologies.
  • At the end of this workshop, a small competition will be organized among the participating students and winners will be awarded with a 'Certificate of Excellence' from Innovians Technologies.
  • Certificate of Coordination for the coordinators of the school workshops from Innovians Technologies.

Eligibility: The pre-requisite for joining this workshop is zero. This Workshop is best suited for IX to XII Standard Students.