Coimbatore based PSG College of Technology has chosen Agilent's range of integrated curriculum-based solution kits to enrich its electronics labs and train its electronics engineering students in testing and measurement. Agilent's curriculum-based courseware is designed to help educators get the most out of their equipment and time through the mix of teaching slide sets, problem-based student labs and industry-standard measurement equipment.
"We have experienced firsthand the benefits of using Agilent equipment," said professor S. Jayaraman, PSG College's head of Electronics and Communication Engineering department. "We believe in the value proposition of the Agilent Education Program and the Multipurpose Lab Station (MPLS). Its easy-to-use bundled solution gives us the flexibility to design, develop and conduct our own innovative lab experiments. The MPLS will greatly aid our students' learning and will be used extensively in our education and research curriculum."Since the purchase of 20 units of the MPLS, the PSG College of Technology has integrated the MPLS into various classes, including digital electronics, communication engineering and integrated circuits courses.
"Our success with PSG College reinforces our commitment to create better solutions for educators worldwide," said Mike Kawasaki, Agilent's education program manager. "Our products give aspiring scientists the opportunity to work with the latest equipment and reiterates Agilent's proposition to deliver value to our customers - regardless of their budgets."