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or other documentations will neither be provided nor allowed into the exam. ONLY PINOUT DIAGRAMS OF THE CHIPS USED - ON REQUEST. 2) After choosing your question, you have to write out a brief summary of your experiment on the answer book provided, which includes components to be used, their values and ratings, the circuit you will use, observations you will make and calculations to be made on the observations. No long stories, just the bare clear, technical facts. This part of your work will carry 30% of the marks. 3) You need not go to your tutor/TA for approval of your write-up. Complete your write-up and proceed with your experiment. You need to call the tutor/TA only in the end stage when your demo is ready. At that time, you will present your write-up as well. 4) You have to complete the experiment on your own: every time you seek help from the TAs for anything, or ask for clarifications, marks will be deducted appropriately. 5) Complete your experiment and DEMONSTRATE its operation to the TAs/tutor to their satisfaction. Make the calculations, plots etc, if any, in your answer book and submit it before the closing time of your slot. All this constitutes the conduct of the experiment and carries the remaining 70% of the marks. 6) Your marks will be decided when you submit your experiments to the tutor/TAs for final inspection. If you have any dispute, bring it up right there. The matter cannot be taken up for reconsideration once you leave the lab. 7) Irrespective of whether each student agrees fully pr partly with his/her marks or not, HE/SHE HAS TO COUNTERSIGN ON THE MARKS AWARDED ON HIS/HER ANSWER BOOK BEFORE LEAVING THE ROOM. NO COMPLAINTS OF MARKS FUDGING WILL BE ENTERTAINED LATER UNLESS THERE IS ANY STRIKING OUT OF THE MARKS. If you are still not satisfied with your marks, please leave a written note on the front page of the answer book before leaving. This is essentially a regrade request and will be considered later but we are not obliged to get back to you. 8) Communication during your exam with other students taking the exam will be considered a malpractice.
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