The function of Parul University’s engineering course laboratories is to manipulate materials, energy and information, thereby creating benefits for humankind. To do this successfully, curriculum and experiments at Parul University is designed in such a way that students can gain knowledge thoroughly that goes beyond mere theoretical knowledge that is traditionally gained in educational laboratories. Their experiments include areas of the design and building of analog/digital circuits, electrical motor drive control, experiments on the operating principles of microcontroller and advance microcontroller, power system, renewable energy, power quality, issues related to energy conservation, alternate energy systems, zero energy buildings and locomotion. Besides these gaining knowledge of alternate energy systems, power converters, PWM techniques and AC motor drives are also key features of laboratories. Experiments and projects in these labs include multilevel inverter topologies and control for high power drives, bond graph modelling for the design of switched mode power controllers. These experiments are designed in such a way that students apply their theoretical knowledge, analyze the details, design and test the circuits and can achieve the level which is beyond theoretical knowledge and can work on through research exercises such as data monitoring and analysis.