Getting started with basic electronics is easier than you might think. This course will hopefully demystify the basics of electronics so that anyone with an interest in building circuits can hit the ground running. This is a quick overview into practical electronics. Everyone today is exposed to electronic devices in one way or another, the computer revolution is a good example. Everyone can benefit from additional knowledge of electronics. A study of electronics starts with electricity, magnetism and basic electronics. This includes Ohm's law and other basic principles of electricity. Basic electronics is the most important of all for newcomers without a thorough grasp of basic electronics you will never fully understand the later and much more complicated electronics gadgets and concepts in future. By the end of this course, anyone with an interest to learn basic electronics should be able to read a schematic and build a circuit using standard electronic components.


Electronics these days have become an integral part of our life almost all gadgets from a small flash light to complex techno-products like our smart phones where once a luxury has become a necessity for today’s survival . Based on current survey electronic engineers are considered as equal to the engineers in software or IT as they are the creators of all these gadgets where other software or IT engineers just dump applications on to them but most of the young students don’t have this awareness, So we are here to guide you where once you finish this course you will be able to understand the electronic gadgets surrounding us, will be able to design electronic project and If you are an student doing your engineering in electronics then this course will help you to see far ahead in terms of academics as it includes all the practical illustrations of what you are seeing in your textbooks.

  • Resistors Types, Functions, Characteristics

  • Capacitors Types Functions, Characteristics

  • Diodes Types, Functions, Characteristics

  • LED

  • Seven Segment

  • Timer 555 Astable and monostable circuits

  • Hands on exercise with Timer 555

  • Transistor as a switch

  • Relays

  • Op Amplifier in Comparator mode

  • Optocouplers

  • Hands on exercise with Resistors, Relays, Transistor and Op Amplifier

  • Construction of a minor project

  • Sensors – Types of sensor, working principle of sensor

  • List of Resistive & capacitive sensors

  • BJT,(Darlington)


  • Schottky Diode

  • FET

  • Varactor

  • Tunner

  • Heartbeat sensor project

  • Monostable trigger Circuit

  • Temperature controlled DC fan

  • Automatic street light system

  • Water level controller

  • Motor speed control using 555 timer

  • Burglar alarm system

  • PIR sensor based home security system

  • Timer based led blinking

  • Regulated DC power supply circuit

  • IR based automatic room light controller

  • Opto triac based lamp brightness control system