One of the most frequently applied relationships in current electricity is known as Ohm’s Law. This experiment is aimed to investigate and determine the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance. The relationship was determined by measuring the current, while the voltage remains constant, and the resistance is varied. The experiment was performed by taking all the necessary precautions, such as all the connections were kept tight, and the range of voltmeter was greater than the applied voltage, etc. Students acquired knowledge about practical applications of Ohm’s Law; for example, in electronic circuits, there are many purposes where intentional voltage drop is required to supply specific voltage across different electric elements.