With the help of neat diagram describe how you can generate induced current in the circuit.

The generation of an induced current when a conductor is placed in the region of changing magnetic field is called Electromagnetic Induction. The current will only induce in the conductor coil if the magnetic field around the coil changes. This can only happen when:

Magnet moves towards the coil or move away from it.

Coil move toward the magnet or move away from it.

Both move towards each other {or we can also say loop and magnet move in opposite direction with same speed. For example, magnet moving in +x direction and coil moving in -x direction.}


In the given diagram all those five conditions can be shown. And the galvanometer will detect the presence of electric current in the conductor loop. Those five conditions are the only condition when current will induce in the conductor coil.