Introduction of unserviceable and obsolete items, Science

INTRODUCTION : You may find this exercise as a practical illustration for the procedure generally followed in the disposal of unserviceable and obsolete items in a laboratory. It is possible that a similar procedure exists in your laboratory or institution also. This is a mock exercise which involves role-playing by three of you and the Counsellor.

As a member of a group, you will be involved in preparing a report (Part I) on the disposal of any three unserviceable obsolete items in a laboratory.

At the individual level, you will carry out the entry in the stock register pertaining to the disposal of any one of these items (Part 11).

 

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