Engineering

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in 2002 with the objective to produce young and dynamic graduate engineers. The Department has signed an MOU with “Institution of Civil Engineers (India)” to facilitate the students for the smooth running of their projects and to run advanced courses. 

The Department has provided consultancy services to many government and non-government agencies in the areas of Concrete Mix Design, Structural Design, Material Testing, Soil Testing for roads and buildings, C.B.R. Test, Traffic Census Survey, Road Roughness Investigations, Design of Flexible Pavements using Benkelman’s Beam etc.

Key Features:

  • The department focuses on growing young professional to take part in the growth of our country in the field of Infrastructure such as Buildings, Roads & railway, irrigation, water supply and wastewater management.
  • Well furnished advanced labs are available which include Hydraulics Research Labs, Transportation Lab, Concrete Lab, Environmental Engineering Lab, Computer Simulation Lab, Fluid Mechanics, Surveying Lab and Soil Mechanics Lab.
  • Students are given training on software which they can execute on real time basis by giving emphasis on AutoCAD, STADD Pro, Primavera Contractor and Estimator.
  • In order to have better understanding of plotting of terrain topographic sheet, Survey Camp is organized after completion of the second year where students learn about advanced equipments like Total station and Theodolite.

The salient feature of the program is Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which provides flexibility to allow the students to select courses and move at an optimum pace suited to their interest, ability and capacity.

Subject Name

Description

Elementary Mathematics

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory. 

Applied Physics-I

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Engineering Graphics

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Engineering Mechanics

Students have practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Computer Programming

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

 

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Communication Skills

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

 

 

Subject Name

Description

Differential Equations

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Applied Physics -II

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elementary Biology

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

EVS (Through swayam)

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Material Science

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials. 

Business Communication & Preset Skill 

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Basic Simulation Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Advance Computer Programming Lab /SAP

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of c programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

 

Subject Name

Description

Optimized & Calculus of Variable

Application of abstract mathematical theory to optimization problems of calculus of variations and control theory. Abstract nonlinear programming and applications to control systems described by ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and functional differential equations. Dynamic programming.

Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions

Familiarizes the students about the analysis on Complex Number field; impart the understanding of techniques to evaluate integrals involving complex valued functions.

Building Material

To understand properties of various types of construction materials e.g. fire resisting materials and sound insulation materials.

Structure Analysis-I

To understand the concept of simple stresses, strains, the theory of simple bending, different beams with different loading conditions, various types of columns along with Euler’s critical buckling load and their slope and deflection with the help of moment area method, conjugate beam method, unit load method and by method of differential equations.

Fluid Mechanics

Introduce to the fundamental of fluid flow characteristics, its measurements techniques in various substantial fluid flows and its application in Civil Engineering.

Engineering Surveying-I

On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able to understand about the importance and need of Surveying in various Civil Engineering projects. Also the measurement of distances, angles, bearings, leveling, plane table Survey, Theodolite, Tachometry, Curves their types and Layout.

Structure Mechanics (P)

To understand the concept of various theorems to determine slope and deflection of beams, to analyze the trusses for horizontal and vertical deflection, the three hinged arches and behavior of struts.

Fluid Mechanics (P)

Acquaint with the fluid measurement apparatus and basic fluid mechanics principles through the practical approach.

Engineering Surveying-I (P)

To conduct chain surveying and chain traversing, compass surveying, and to perform plane tabling by using two points and three point problem, to do permanent adjustments of level and to prepare contour maps of any given location.

Building Material (D)

To understand the types of masonry constructions including various bond formations, concept of partition walls, cavity walls, various types of roofs, roof trusses, floors, doors, windows, staircases, plan and sections of a building.

Personality Devlopment

Ability to recognize self capabilities and their evaluation.  Ability to understand chosen career pathways through adherence to the codes of conduct and behavior.

 

Subject Name

Description

Complex Analysis

This course is an introductory course on Complex Analysis. It introduces students to the complex numbers system and varieties of operations, analyses and problems that may arise within the context. It also equips the students with mathematical techniques and skills to handles such cases.

Soil Mechanics

On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able to understand about engineering properties of soil by conducting various tests and to understand the concepts of permeability, compaction and consolidation of soil using various theories and their application.

Structure Analysis-II

To analyze the continuous beams and frames using slope deflection method as well as moment distribution method and in addition to analyze two hinged arches, three hinged stiffening girder, shear center, the forces and stresses on uniformly loaded cables.

Hydraulics and Hydraulics Machinery

The study of complex fluid flow and the principles through the practical approach by using flow measuring apparatus, boundary layer flow and hydraulic machinery.

Engineering Surveying-II

Student will acquaint yourself about basics & practical utility of Trignometrical leveling and Triangulation in Surveying. Also the types of error and their solution, Basic Astronomy & different time systems, Photographic Survey and GIS, GPS and Remote Sensing Techniques.

Engineering Geology & Rock Mechanics

Student will be able to understand about the geological features of rocks, their origin, classification and formation, bedding plane, faults and folds, dip and strike. Also the various types of testing for rocks, rock bolting etc, To analyze the suitability of an area for construction of various projects like dams, reservoirs, tunnels, bridges etc

Engineering Surveying-II (P)

To understand horizontal and vertical measurements using theodolite, calculate the horizontal distance and elevations using tachometry and to understand various curves at a given terrain.

Soil Mechanics (P)

On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able to understand about classification of soil and the tests methods like as proctor compaction test, unconfined compressive strength test and direct shear test related, to determine the physical properties of soil for engineering purposes.

Project

Planning and execution of appropriate engineering projects. These investigations may be assigned on an individual or a team basis and in most cases will involve experimental work.

 

Subject Name

Description

Discrete Mathematics

The purpose of this course is to understand and use (abstract) discrete structures. In particular, this course is meant to introduce logic, proofs, sets, relations, functions, counting, and probability.

Probability and Statistics

This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. The course emphasizes on probabilistic foundations required to understand probability models and statistical methods.

Transportation Engineering-I

To provide basic knowledge in transportation engineering so that students can understand and be able to solve problems related to cross sectional elements, highway alignment profile, traffic characteristics and road construction materials.

Reinforced Cement Concrete Design

To analyze rectangular and flanged beams with checks for shear, development length and deflection and also be able to design one way, two way slabs, isolated footings and columns.

Environmental Engineering-I

It gives an idea about the pollution control and the parameters that characterize their quality, and how their use alters their properties. It also gives an idea about the solid waste management.

Quantity Survey and Estimation

To study the various types of estimations along with their principles, the necessity of different specifications of works linked with PWD and to prepare detailed analysis of rates for various construction items.

Mathematics Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Transportation Engineering (P)

To provide experimental knowledge of aggregates and bitumen used in road construction as per Indian Standard Code.

Environmental Engineering-I (P)

The candidate will develop skills necessary to characterize waste waters and sewage and evaluate the performance of sewage treatment plants.

Survey Camp

To provide basic surveying exposure on a considerably difficult hilly terrain, to take up tasks such as setting up of traverse stations, base-line measurements, fly leveling, detailing, and contouring. Also to draw topographical sheets/maps and develop capability to work in groups.

 

Subject Name

Description

Fuzzy Maths

This course provides the fundamentals of classical set theory and fuzzy set theory.

Concrete Technology

Ability to understand the properties of concrete as well as to know about the ingredients of concrete. Understand the concrete design mix as well as to know about procedure of concreting. To explore the knowledge of cement different types cement and manufacturing of cement.

Design of Steel Structure

To analyze and design riveted, bolted and welded connections in the design of tension and compression members using simple and built up sections and to study about web buckling, crippling and diagonal buckling.

Water Resource Engineering

Students will acquaint with the hydrological process, crop water requirements, type of irrigation practices, canal distribution system and various losses and design principal of canal, river training works and its necessities.

Transportation Engineering-II

To provide basic knowledge of railway, airport and water transportation systems along with their design procedures.

Environmental Engineering-II

Introduction to water supply and wastewater treatment and systems, emphasizing fundamental biological, chemical, and physical processes related to protection of public health and water reuse. It will also give idea about treatment required by the different industrial effluents and suggest treatment units

Concrete Technology (P)

To understand the selection of appropriate equipment/machines for different construction activities with right choices of techniques for a given application.

Project

The purpose of the course is to develop an understanding of independent research through the study of a particular Civil Engineering topic of interest. The special project is an exercise in the professional application of specialist skills and experience developed in Civil Engineering program. Research topics will be mainly based on principal experimental, theoretical or applied, will be chosen in consultation with a project supervisor.

 

Subject Name

Description

Foundation Engineering

On completion of this course successfully, a candidate will be able to understand about investigation and sampling techniques, concepts of bearing capacity of soil and different types of foundations with its application.

Construction Planning Management

To provide basic knowledge of construction management for cost - time optimization of project.

Project

Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. Undertake problem identification, design, formulation and solution.

 

Subject Name

Description

Industrial Project (24 week)

Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of Civil engineering.

 

Subject Name

Description

Structural Dynamics

Ability to understand the basic knowledge of dynamic analysis of structures analyzes SDOF and MDOF with the help of numerical methods perform dynamic analysis of various structures.

Earthquake Engineering

Ability to find out the seismic forces of different structures according to the Indian Standards Repair and maintenance of earthquake effected structures and also find out the ductile detailing of the structures.

Advanced Design of Steel Structures

Ability to design of sections subjected to unsymmetrical bending to find out the review of loads on structures Dead, live, wind and seismic loads as per Indian standards. Utilize advanced computer software packages (SAP2000 and ETABS ) for the analysis of design of steel structures.

Advanced Design of RCC Structures

Ability to design and carry out the reinforcement detailing of building frames. With the help of yield line theory analysis and designing of slabs also design RCC elements domes and water tanks.

Pre-Stressed Concrete

Ability to find out the difference between pre -tensioning and post-tensioning. Also familiar to design of pre tension and post tension concrete beams and slabs by using working stress method and limits state method.

Construction Technology

To understand and apply construction principles, knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to broadly-defined engineering technology activities.

Advanced Construction Materials

Ability to know about commonly used materials and also knows the properties of various advanced types concrete understand the various form work and boring techniques. And also know about in which manner we used the construction materials with safety.

Bridge Engineering

To understand the different types of bridges with their different components with site investigation for bridge construction. Ability to understand the standard specification of bridge design with the knowledge of quality control and maintenance of bridges.

Building Maintenance and Repair

To understand the causes of failure of a structural member and to apply various maintenance and repair techniques as per requirement of the structural member in the building.

Pavement Management System

To introduce basic causes of pavement failures and their remedies. To perform structural design of pavement and their economic analysis.

Traffic Planning and Design

To provide basic knowledge of traffic planning and intelligent transport system along with their economic evaluation techniques.

Construction and Law

To provide exposure to prevailing laws applicable to various types of construction and to understand the legal implications related to construction projects.

Systems Approach to Civil Engineering

Linear programming and transportation related problems in accordance with the practical problem solution.

Water Resource System

Subject deals with the complex water resources practical oriented problems and the economics analysis of the project it deals with.

Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

The candidates with be well versed with the available solid waste management alternatives and design proper waste management scheme for potential solid wastes.

Environmnetal Impact Assessment and Audit

The candidate will be able to assess the environmental impacts of development projects and design mitigation measures so as to create a balance in ecology and economy.

Risk and Value Management

To provide basic knowledge of qualitative and quantitative methods in risk management and disaster recovery plan. Also to understand the concept of value management and document disaster recovery plan for a given project.

Soil Dynamics

Student will be able to understand about Theory of Vibrations, Dynamic stress Deformation and Strength Characteristics of Soil, Dynamic Earth Pressure Problems, and dynamic analysis of vertical and horizontal loads on machine foundation.

Advanced Foundation Engineering

Subject gives an idea on bearing capacity, Rankine’s, Terzaghi’s Meyerhof’s, Skempton’s bearing capacity theories, bearing capacity from SPT,SCPT,DCPT , types of Pile Foundations, types of Caisson with its utilization and physical parameters for Identification and Foundations on difficult Sub-soils

Geographic Data Analysis and Applications

Students will understand the importance and fundamental concepts of geographic information systems (GIS) and application in Civil Engineering and in modern industry. GIS software are learnt for practical application.

Construction Equipment and Materials

On completion of this course the students will have the knowledge of modern construction materials to be used in the field and to study and understand the various types of equipments used for earthwork, tunneling, drilling, blasting, dewatering, material handling conveyors and its applications in construction projects.

 

Subject Name

Description

Environmental Chemistry & Microbiology

To understand the atmospheric and water chemistry, biochemical effects of heavy metals and the role of microorganisms in biogeochemical cycles and bioremediation process.

Unit Processes & Operations

Able to understand various processes and operations involved in wastewater treatment and design aspects of various treatment units.

Fluid Mechanics

Introduce to the fundamental of fluid flow characteristics, its measurements techniques in various substantial fluid flows and its application in Civil Engineering.

Environmental Hydraulics Lab

Acquaint with the fluid measurement apparatus and basic fluid mechanics principles through the practical approach.

Microbiology-Lab

Able to isolate bacteria and fungi from soil, estimation of the number E-coli bacteria in wastewater, gram staining of lactobacillus bacteria from curd and gram staining of yeast.

Electives - I

Subject Name

Description

Environmental Ecology

To understand the structural and functional aspects of ecosystem, dynamics of population ecology, significance and conservation strategies of biodiversity.

Environmental Systems & Modelling

To understand various mathematical modelling and optimization technique, various theories pertain to decision analysis and economic aspect of system engineering.

Air Quality Modelling 

To understand the meteorological aspects of atmosphere, atmospheric diffusion of pollutants, their analysis and modeling and the air pollution effects on human health.

 

Subject Name

Description

Air Pollution & Control

To be able to identify different sources of air pollution, understand their causes, effects and provide practical solutions for air pollution control.

Environmental Pollution & Management

To be able to summarize the various sources of water, noise, thermal pollution and offer technologies for prevention and control.

Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

To be able to characterize, quantify solid waste and design proper solid waste management scheme including the collection, storage, transport and disposal of solid waste.

IWW-Lab (Industrial wastewater)

To be able to characterize physio-chemical parameters of industrial wastes; identify the level of treatment required, suggest treatment units and evaluate the performance of existing effluent treatment plants (ETP’s).

Electives - II

Subject Name

Description

Water Resources Planning & Management

To be able to understand issues pertaining to water resource management; use techniques, skills, and modern modeling tools to design water resource system components.

Ground Water Engineering

To able to understand groundwater aquifers; flow modeling, methods for groundwater extraction and artificial recharge of groundwater.

Advance Wastewater Treatment

To be able to devise engineered systems for waste water treatment based on advanced treatment using microbial activity; and access reliability and effectiveness of decentralized waste water treatment systems.

Industrial Waste Management

To be well- versed with the various tools for clean processes- reuse, recycle, recovery, source reduction, raw material substitution, toxic use reduction and process modifications and to offer treatment of industrial effluents.

 

Subject Name

Description

Environment Impact Assessments

To study the basic concepts of EIA and methodologies used for EIA; environmental auditing and various environmental Acts

Environmental Issues & Instrumentation

To study various environmental issues and problems, instrumentation principles and working of instruments used in environmental analysis

Numerical Methods

To study Eigen value, linear & non-linear equations, finite differences, numerical differentiation & integration, initial & boundary value and variation or dispersion

Computational Lab    

To study computing techniques and numerical methods used in environmental engineering application and modeling; solute transportation & pipe networking and application of artificial intelligence

Synopsis on Dissertation

Planning and execution of appropriate engineering projects. These investigations may be assigned on an individual or a team basis and in most cases will involve experimental work.

 

Departmental Electives - III

Subject Name

Description

Project Engineering and Management

To study concepts of project formulation, management, costing and appraisal, design and construction process.

Environmental Remote Sensing

To study principles of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System, application of RS and GIS in Water resources, Land resources, Forestry, Geological application and Urban studies.

Energy Systems and Environment

To study fundamental concepts of energy and energy conversion systems, energy management strategies and alternate source of energy.

 

Subject Name

Description

Dissertation

Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. Undertake problem identification, design, formulation and solution.

 

Subject Name

Description

Advanced Structural Analysis

To understand the concept of structural analysis and knowledge of matrix computations

Advanced R.C.C. Design

To evaluate and design ribbed slab , grid floor , shear walls and column and also understand the concept of beam column joint

Finite Element Method

To understand the concept of elasticity and plasticity and to built FEM models of physical problems.

Special Lab. Assignment-I (Concrete Lab)

To acquire knowledge about testing of materials and mix designs for various special requirements.

 

Subject Name

Description

Theory of Plates

To understand the concept of circular plate and small deflection of laterally loaded plates.

Structural Dynamics

Summarize the solution technique for dynamics of single and multi-degree freedom systems and understand the concept of damping in structure

Design of Pre-stressed concrete structures

To analysis and design pre-stress concrete members including end block, continuous beam and section for flexure

 

Subject Name

Description

Advanced Design of Steel Structures

To analyze and design beam-columns and determine their design strengths.

Design of Bridges

To understand the components and classification of bridges. Also to design RCC bridges, Steel bridges, piers and Abutments.

Earthquake Analysis & Design of Structures

To design RC structure with provision of IS codes and design of shear walls.

Special Lab. Assignment-II Computational Lab

To design the structure using STAADPRO  and draw detailing using the software AUTOCAD

Synopsis on Dissertation

Planning and execution of appropriate engineering projects. These investigations may be assigned on an individual or a team basis and in most cases will involve experimental work.

 

Subject Name

Description

Dissertation

Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. Undertake problem identification, design, formulation and solution.

 

Subject Name

Description

Modern Construction Techniques

To understand the concept of industrialized buildings and design of prefabricated elements with the lessons learnt from failures.

Analysis and Design of Shell Structures

To understand membrane analyses, bending analyses of shells of revolutions and analysis of translation shells

Advanced Concrete Technology

To design concrete mixes and understand special types of concrete required for different purposes in the construction industry.

Soil Structure Interaction

To understand the concept of soil parameters, soil structure interaction in framed structures and soil pile interaction.

Programming & Computer Aided Design of Structures

To design and draft structural elements of multistoried buildings and bridge components by using Auto CAD and Staad Pro softwares.

Advanced Numerical Analysis

To evaluate the numerical solution of linear and non linear system of equation, Bi-section method and Taylor series method

Re-Engineering of Structures

To understand the concept of materials required for repairs, rehabilitation and retrofitting of structures.

Constructional Management

To understand various methods of constructions by using project management techniques, estimating the cost of different construction projects and use of information technology in construction industry.

Structural Design of Pavements & Air fields

To design various types of pavement with their maintenance and rehabilitation techniques.

Advanced Foundation Engineering

To design and analyse various types of foundations required for different types of structures.

 

Sr. No.

Name of Lab

Description

1

Computer Application Lab

Students are given training on software which they can execute on real time basis by giving emphasis on AutoCAD, STADD Pro, Primavera Contractor & Estimators.

2

Concrete Lab

Properties of concrete materials and testing of concrete of various grades learnt students under the supervisor

3

Environmental Lab

Water Testing and Its impurities studies carried out

4

Fluid Mechanics Lab

The laboratory provides training to undergraduate and graduate students in flow measurements. It boasts of a considerable and diverse collection of imaging equipment, many of them developed within the laboratory itself. The areas of research include flow imaging, control, flow characteristics, metacentric height and notches.

5

Hydraulics Lab

Flow Characteristics of the water is studied under hydraulic lab and further results are utilising for designing of bridges pier.

6

Soil Lab

Bearing capacity of soil for the structure and various soil properties are study under Soil Mechanics Lab.

7

Surveying Lab

Topographic Plan is plot by the advance equipment like total station

8

Structural Mechanics Lab

Analysis of Truss, Beams, columns and other members of building frame is performs under this lab.

9

Transportation Lab

Students learnt the desirable properties of the road construction material and testing is done the pavement materials

 

Conferences

Name of Conference

Date

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/01/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/03/2017 & 10/03/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/03/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/01/2014 & 16/01/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

Expert Talks

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic

Date

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2016

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

9/03/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

9/03/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

8/03/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28/02/2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/01/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

05/08/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/07/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/05/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/02/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

03/02/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/01/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/01/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/09/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/08/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/08/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/08/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

6/02/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/01/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

02/04/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

07/02/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/01/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/01/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/09/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/07/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/04/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/03/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/02/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/05/2010

Workshops

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/02/2017 to 17/02/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06/02/2017 10/02/2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

09/02/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

07/01/2017 to 10/01/2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03/10/2016 to 07/10/2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/09/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17/09/2016 to 24/09/2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

01/08/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/03/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

06/02/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

02/02/2016 & 03/02/2016

Vedic Mathematics

05/11/2015 & 06/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/09/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23/02/2015 to 27/02/2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

03/03/2014 to 07/03/2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

04/03/2017 & 05/03/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

03/04/2012 to 05/04/2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/03/2011 & 22/03/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

08/03/2011 & 09/03/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

03/09/2015 & 04/09/2015

 

Name of Project

Description

Assessment of Municipal Solid Waste Generated in the Campus and Design of Lab Scale Aerobic Composter

Lab Scale Set-Up of Aerobic Composter for Converting Municipal Solid Waste into Organic Fertilizer. The students of civil engineering Department have set up a lab scale composter for managing the municipal solid waste (MSW) generated in the campus. The composter will convert biodegradable (dry + wet waste) under aerobic conditions in the presence of sunlight. The end product of composting will be an organic- eco friendly manure which can be used for gardening within the campus.

Study on Soil Cement Block

Soil cement blocks are cost effective and energy efficient alternative materials to the normal burnt clay bricks used for construction of buildings. Soil cement blocks are also known as stabilized mud blocks (SMB) or stabilized compressed earth block (SCEB). Ordinary Portland cement is the most usual stabilizer added 5 to 10% by weight to the soil. Other stabilizers like lime, puzzolana or a combination of cement and lime are also used. Soil cement blocks being usually 2½ times larger in size then normal burnt clay bricks. Over it construction is faster and the joints are consequently reduced. The less number of joints also result in cutting down the amount of mortar required. From the environmental considerations also, use of soil cement blocks in construction work result a substantial saving of energy as no fuel is required for its manufacture. While in general building construction, soil cement blocks may be used as a substitute for normal burnt clay bricks, their use should be avoided in the case of isolated load bearing columns, piers and such heavily loaded structures.

 

 

  • Flow Visualization
  • Improvisation of Concrete

The Department of Mechanical & Mechatronics Engineering is one of the largest and oldest Departments of M. M. Engineering College. Department has very rich strength of faculty and has expertise as per the subjects of course curriculum with an extensive experience in teaching and industries. The primary focus of Department is to provide industry oriented courses through the systematic up-gradation of course curriculum. The Department has the state-of-the-art lecture theatres and tutorial rooms as well as fully equipped laboratories and workshop facilities for extended hours. Department organize industrial visits on regular basis for students in reputed core companies. The Department takes major initiative to enhance the skill sets of students by encouraging them to conduct diverse live projects such as “All-Terrain Vehicle”, “Hybrid Go Kart”, “Electric Solar Vehicle”, “Robotics”, “Solar Urja Lamp” etc. Department provide hand-on training to students on various setups such as “Automobiles”, CAD/CAM”, “CAPP”, “Submerged Arc Welding”, “CNC Wire-cut EDM” etc.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)


The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are as follows:

  1. To impart knowledge of applied sciences and engineering subjects to the young mechanical engineering aspirants.
  2. To enhance analytical/design/development skills and ability to investigate industry related problems even beyond the mechanical engineering.
  3. To aware the students to latest advancement in mechanical engineering.
  4. To create awareness amongst the students towards social, ethical, environmental and energy related issues.
  5. To introduce the students to the professionalism and effective communication & managerial skills that meets the specific need of the industry, academia and research.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)


The Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) are as follows:

  1. An ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of the discipline to broadly defined engineering technology activities.
  2. An ability to implement knowledge of manufacturing, automobile and automation to industrial problems that require ability to apply the principles and procedures or methodologies.
  3. An ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined engineering technology problems appropriate to program educational objectives.
  4. An ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team.
     

 

The salient feature of the program is Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which provides flexibility to allow the students to select courses and move at an optimum pace suited to their interest, ability and capacity.

Subject Name

Description

Elementary Mathematics

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory. 

Applied Physics-I

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Engineering Graphics

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Engineering Mechanics

Students have to practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students are prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Computer Programming

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

 

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Communication Skills

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

 

 

Subject Name

Description

Differential Equations

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Applied Physics -II

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elementary Biology

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

EVS (Through swayam)

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Material Science

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials. 

Business Communication & Preset Skill 

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Basic Simulation Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Advance Computer Programming Lab /SAP

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of c programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

 

Subject Name Description

Optimized & Calculus of Variable

Application of abstract mathematical theory to optimization problems of calculus of variations and control theory. Abstract nonlinear programming and applications to control systems described by ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and functional differential equations. Dynamic programming. 

Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions

Familiarizes the students about the analysis on Complex Number field; impart the understanding of techniques to evaluate integrals involving complex valued functions.

Basic Thermodynamics

This course provides information about work, heat, energy & various laws of thermodynamics. It also imparts knowledge about various thermodynamic cycles and processes their applications in day to day life.

Solid Mechanics

This course imparts the knowledge of engineering properties of materials; fundamental concepts of stress and strain, strength and stiffness, deformations and displacements, strain energy, and load carrying capacity. The course also introduces students to the basic engineering approach of materials selection.

CAD & Computer Graphics

Introduction to computer-aided graphics & design. Applications of graphics software and hardware with mini- and micro-computer systems. Interactive computer graphic techniques. Extensive laboratory study of wire-frame and raster computer graphics. Static and dynamics graphic presentation methods.

Fluid Mechanics

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of mathematical models of the fluid motion, potential flow theory, turbulence, non-Newtonian fluids and lubrication and tribology.

Basic Thermodynamics Lab

Understand the construction and working of I.C. Engines, water tube boilers and fire tube boilers. Also study the working and various parts of steam engines.

Solid Mechanics Lab

Introduction to the behavior of materials when subjected to different loading conditions and demonstrate the material test procedure on commonly used equipment for material testing.

Fluid Mechanics Lab

Introduction to various applications of the basic fluid mechanics principles and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of the concept.

Personality Development

Ability to recognize self capabilities and their evaluation.  Ability to understand chosen career pathways through adherence to the codes of conduct and behavior.

Subject Name

Description

Complex Analysis

This course is an introductory course on Complex Analysis. It introduces students to the complex numbers system and varieties of operations, analyses and problems that may arise within the context. It also equips the students with mathematical techniques and skills to handles such cases.

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

Aims to give Mechanical Engineering students a deeper and more thorough grounding in principles and basic applications of fluid mechanics.

Engineering Materials

The course is framed to enhance timeless fundamentals of crystallography, solid state chemistry/ physics. It gives the basics to understand various materials, let it be fabric, plastic or steel. It helps understand how atoms/ molecules/ unit cells makeup the material and how their arrangement has affect on all the mechanical properties and need for engineering novel materials. More emphasis was put on Fe based materials and understands the importance of various processing methods for steel.

Mechanisms and Machines

Imparts knowledge to understand the fundamentals of the theory of kinematics and dynamics of machines and motion of machines and their components.

Primary Manufacturing

Impart knowledge and skills to the students of different methods of manufacturing a product and practical applications of manufacturing methods in production industry.

Advance Solid Mechanics

Aims to give Mechanical Engineering students a deeper and more thorough grounding in principles and basic applications of solid mechanics.

Mechanisms and Machines Lab

This laboratory has a good set-up for demonstrating aspects of both kinematics and dynamics of mechanism and machines. Experiments on cam mechanism, whirling of shafts, gyroscope, balancing vibrations etc. can be performed here.

Manufacturing Lab

To understand various types of lathe operations, surface finishing process and ability to understand gear making process.

Project

Planning and execution of appropriate engineering projects. These investigations may be assigned on an individual or a team basis and in most cases will involve experimental work.

Subject Name

Description

Discrete Mathematics

The purpose of this course is to understand and use (abstract) discrete structures. In particular, this course is meant to introduce logic, proofs, sets, relations, functions, counting, and probability.

Probability and Statistics

This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. The course emphasizes on probabilistic foundations required to understand probability models and statistical methods. 

Design of Machine Elements

Imparts knowledge to understand the basics of design and ability to design joints, shafts, levers, couplings and power screws.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Imparts knowledge to understand the application of refrigeration and air conditioning systems and to understand vapor compression, vapor absorption system and design of air conditioning systems.

Heat Transfer

Imparts knowledge to understand the concept of conduction, convection, radiation and various types of heat exchangers.

Mathematics Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Heat Transfer Lab

Imparts knowledge to understand and experimentally analyze the conductivity of different materials. To analyze free and forced convective heat transfer. Further imparts knowledge to experimentally analyze radiation heat transfer.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Subject Name

Description

Control Engineering

This course teaches the fundamentals of control theory with the addition of basic electronics theory.

Fuzzy Maths

This course provides the fundamentals of classical set theory and fuzzy set theory.

Industrial Engineering

Impart knowledge of optimizing the resources of industry by use of various methods of industrial engineering in various aspects of society.

Integrated Design & Manufacturing

Students will be introduced to topics in design and manufacturing, basic manufacturing principles, computer aided design, computer aided manufacturing, geometrical dimensioning and tolerance, and rapid prototyping. 

 

Tribology Lab

Imparts knowledge to understand different types of wear, the surface roughness and learn to measure the pressure profile, frictional torque and power transmission of lubricants.

Project

The purpose of the course is to develop an understanding of independent research through the study of a particular Mechanical Engineering topic of interest. The special project is an exercise in the professional application of specialist skills and experience developed in Mechanical Engineering program. Research topics, which may be principally experimental, theoretical or applied, will be chosen in consultation with a project supervisor.

 

Subject Name

Description

Optimization  Technique

It aims to understand the concept of linear programming technique, transportation, replacement models, simulation, decision theory, queuing theory and game theory.

Project

Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic. Undertake problem identification, design, formulation and solution.

Subject Name

Description

Industrial Project (24 Week)

Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of mechanical engineering.

Subject Name

Description

Power Plant Engineering

This course introduces students to the various components of thermal power plants and the related thermal and economical tools for effective engineering analysis of such plants.

 

Environmental Pollution and Abatement

This course deals with major problems of pollution of the atmosphere, water, the land surface and the food chain. It covers processes responsible for the occurrence and release of pollutants in the environment, dispersion mechanisms, the hazards associated with different types of pollutant.

Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics

The present course on Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics deals with in-depth theories of thermodynamics. Apart from classical theory, this course presents detail on kinetic theory as well as statistical theories

Turbo Machinery

 This course is designed to illustrate the application of basic principles of fluid dynamics and thermodynamics to various kinds of turbo machinery. Turbo machinery is a subject of considerable importance in a modern industrial civilization

Automobile Engineering

This course introduces students to design, manufacture and operate automobiles like buses, trucks, cars etc.

Nuclear Power Generation and Supply

Principal elements of pressurized water reactor nuclear power systems; overview of reactor physics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer; focus on systems with both function and interfaces stressed throughout; includes basic reactor physics, reactor heat generation, reactor plant systems, support systems, and reactor safety.

Theory of Combustion and Emission

Introduce the new concepts of combustion and emission control of Internal Combustion Engine. Provide an introductory of combustion simulation and diagnose technology. Provide experiences of group discussion on combustion and emission control in Internal Combustion Engine.

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Development of computational techniques for analysis of complex engineering processes by bringing together the knowledge gained in one or more of the following disciplines: fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat/mass transfer & numerical methods.

Vibration and Noise Control

This course aims to provide the fundamentals of engineering noise and vibration – basic principles and phenomena, analysis methods and control techniques to engineer quieter and less-vibrating vehicles, machines, products, operations and environment.

Advanced Mechanics of Solids

This course is designed to expand knowledge and skills in the field of linear and non-linear mechanics of solids and its application to structural analysis, machine design and material processing. The influence of non-linearity on the behavior of structures will be addressed.

Advanced Computer Graphics and Solid Modeling

This course aims to combine theoretical approaches with modern techniques of computer graphics, solid modeling and design automation for mechanical engineering applications. 

Finite Element Methods in Engineering

The finite element method and its applications to engineering problems: truss and frame structures, heat conduction, and linear elasticity; use of application software; overview of advanced topics such as structural dynamics, fluid flow, and nonlinear structural analysis.

Tribology

Tribology is an interdisciplinary course which deals with fundamentals of surface contact, friction, wear and lubrication. The course include description and modeling of engineering surfaces, popular surface contact theories, major modes of friction, wear, lubrication and adhesion.

Simulation of Mechanical Systems

In this course students will study the representation and simulation of physical systems using a range of mathematical formulations. There are many modeling techniques to describe system characteristics. Students will learn to develop typical mathematical models.  

Applied Elasticity and Plasticity

To study the classical theory of linear elasticity for two and three dimensional state of stress and obtain solutions for selected problems in rectangular and polar coordinates as well as torsion of prismatic bars. To understand the plastic stress strain relations, criteria of yielding and elasto- plastic problems

Design and Optimization

This course will cover basic concepts in Design and Optimization of Energy systems which is described as follows : 

Introduction to system design - Regression analysis and curve fitting - modelling of thermal equipment (very brief) - system simulation (successive substitution - Newton - Raphson method) - examples - economic analysis - optimization - Lagrange multipliers, search methods, linear programming, geometric programming- New generation optimization techniques - simulated annealing, Genetic Algorithms, Bayesian statistics.

 

 

Machine Tools & Machining

This course is a practical application of knowledge pertaining to the safe set-up and operation of standard metal cutting machine tools, the correct and safe selection of cutting tools, R.P.M., feed rates and machining processes. 

Non-Traditional & Computer Aided Manufacturing

An investigation of techniques useful in the mechanical design process. Topics include computer graphics, computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacturing, computer-aided analysis, and the influence of manufacturing methods on the design process.

Welding Technology

This course prepares students in oxy-fuel, shielded metal arc, gas metal arc, gas tungsten arc, flux core welding, carbon arc, plasma cutting, manual and radiograph cutting and oxy-fuel brazing processes. Students will learn the use of measuring instruments, hand tools, portable grinders, metallurgy, blueprint reading, electrical principles, layout and design and fabrication.

Non-Destructive Evaluation & Testing

This course is designed to acquaint students with major nondestructive evaluation disciplines: radiography, ultrasonic’s, eddy current, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant and visual inspection as well as provide students with an overview of less common Nondestructive Testing methods.

Technology of Surface Coating

This course is designed to learn the significance of Surface engineered materials in modern engineering application, surface dependent engineering properties (mechanical, chemical, thermal, electrical, electronic, and optical). Role of surface coating and surface modification technologies in obtaining required surface characteristics of a product. Various surface modification techniques (mechanically modified, thermally modified).

Mechatronics

This course is an introduction to designing mechatronic systems, which require integration of the mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines within a unified framework.

Robotics: Mechanics and Control

The course will consist of lectures including principles of engineering, physics, electronics, mechanics, and computer programming.

Project & Production Management

The main objective of the course is to give students an introductory understanding of production and operation management and its implications in both the public and private sector by conducting various mathematical models and techniques in real production systems.

Quality Assurance and Reliability

The aim of this course is to make students understand and appreciate the importance of quality control and reliability analysis in industrial system. Students can get acquainted with different reliability calculation models. The course is also aimed at making students aware of latest quality improvement methodology like Six Sigma.

Mechanical Handling Systems & Equipment

This course will teach student about how to safely identify, plan and perform manual handling tasks to maintain an injury-free workplace.

Quantity Production Methods

Design and operation of production systems, including lean production concepts, just-in-time / kanban, facility layout and material flow issues.

 

Subject Name

Description

Flexible Manufacturing Systems

 

 

 

The course will cover the practical integration of individual pieces of automation and various levels of electronic control to create stand-alone automated fabrication and assembly systems. The learner will integrate a variety of manufacturing equipment to create, program and operate an automated manufacturing cell and an automated material handling cell (AMHC). Students will evaluate the requirements of implementing an FMS.

Robotics

 

The course will consist of lectures including principles of engineering, physics, electronics, mechanics, and computer programming.

Machine Tool Engineering

 

This course is a practical application of knowledge pertaining to the safe set-up and operation of standard metal cutting machine tools, the correct and safe selection of cutting tools, R.P.M., feed rates and machining processes. 

CNC Lab

 

This course introduces the concepts and capabilities of computer numerical control machine tools. Topics include setup, operation, and basic applications. Upon completion, students should be able to explain operator safety, machine protection, data input, program preparation, and program storage.

 

Subject Name Description

Computer Control of Machine Tools

 

 

Emphasizes advanced calculations and machining operations on conventional lathes, milling machines, and surface grinders and their accessories. Introduces the basics of CNC programming and machining.

Finite Element Method

 

The finite element method and its applications to engineering problems: truss and frame structures, heat conduction, and linear elasticity; use of application software; overview of advanced topics such as structural dynamics, fluid flow, and nonlinear structural analysis.

Tribology

 

Tribology is an interdisciplinary course which deals with fundamentals of surface contact, friction, wear and lubrication. The course include description and modeling of engineering surfaces, popular surface contact theories, major modes of friction, wear, lubrication and adhesion.

Tribology Lab

This course will help students understanding different types of wear. Students will learn to measure the pressure profile, frictional torque and power transmission of lubrication.

 

Subject Name Description

Mechatronics

 

 

This course is an introduction to designing mechatronic systems, which require integration of the mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines within a unified framework.

Seminar

This course helps students to improve oral and written communication skills and to set the stage for future recruitment by potential employers.

 

Dissertation:

Emphasizes on off-the-shelf research to create new knowledge and explore future challenges. The researcher is expected to identify the research gaps, formulate objectives, and develop methodologies for finding solutions to real life problems.

 

 

S. No.

Laboratory Name

Description

1

Machine Shop

This lab emphasizes on hands-on practical machine shop skills. At the end of the lab, participants will learn basic machining theory, and will be able to accomplish basic machining tasks and other machine shop practices.

2

Foundry Shop

This lab is to acquaint the student interested in the production of metal castings, with the essential techniques required for the production of castings in ferrous and non-ferrous metals, from basic pattern making to molding and metal pouring.

3

Carpentry Shop

After going through this lab the student will be able to identify and select the right type of wood for various applications, acquire required in the knowledge and practical skills in wood cutting.

4

Fitting Shop

This lab provides students with the opportunity to acquire essential workshop bench skills. The candidates fabricate a job, using hand tools and pillar drills. The job requires the reading of drawings, marking out, sawing, filing, drilling and tapping and these skills are taught as the student progress through the project.

5

Welding Shop

This lab introduces basic welding and cutting. Emphasis is placed on beads applied with gases, mild steel fillers, and electrodes and the capillary action of solder. Upon completion, students should be able to set up welding and oxy-fuel equipment and perform welding, brazing, and soldering processes.

6

Theory of Machines Lab

This laboratory has a good set-up for demonstrating aspects of both kinematics and dynamics of mechanism and machines. Experiments on cam mechanism, whirling of shafts, gyroscope, balancing vibrations etc. can be performed here.

7

Strength of Materials Lab

Introduction to the behavior of materials when subjected to different loading conditions and demonstrate the material test procedure on commonly used equipment for material testing.

8

Thermodynamics Lab

Understand the construction and working of I.C. Engines, water tube boilers and fire tube boilers. Also study the working and various parts of steam engines.

9

Production Technology Lab

Ability to understand various types of lathe operations, surface finishing process and ability to understand gear making process.

10

Heat Transfer Lab

Imparts knowledge to understand and experimentally analyze the conductivity of different materials. To analyze free and forced convective heat transfer. Further imparts knowledge to experimentally analyze radiation heat transfer.

11

Fluid Mechanics & Machines Lab

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of mathematical models of the fluid motion, potential flow theory, turbulence, non-Newtonian fluids and lubrication and tribology.

12

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab

Ability to learn and perform the experiment on various vapor compression and absorption refrigeration systems. Study of centralized air-conditioning system and to find different psychometric properties.

13

Automobile Engineering Lab

Understand the different types of suspension system, working of transmission system, lubrication and braking system. Also to study the advance components of automobile systems.

14

CAD & Automation Lab

Ability to use parametric CAD software for geometric modeling of mechanical Designs. Ability to translate production drawings to 3D CAD models and to evaluate the mechanical design. Students will able to understand the assembly, simulation and drafting.

 

Conferences

Name of Conference

Date

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/01/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

09/03/2017 & 10/03/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/03/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/01/2014 & 16/01/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

Expert Talks

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic

Date

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2017

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

09/03/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

09/03/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

08/03/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28rd Feb 2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/01/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

05/08/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/07/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/05/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/02/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

03/02/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/01/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/01/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/09/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/08/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/08/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/08/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

06/02/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/01/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

02/04/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

07/02/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/01/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/01/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/09/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/07/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/04/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/03/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/02/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/05/2010

 

 

Workshops

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/02/2017 to 17/02/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06/02/2017 to 10/02/2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

09/02/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

07/01/2017 to 10/01/2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03/10/2016 to 07/10/2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/09/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17/09/2016 to 24/09/2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

01/08/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/03/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

06/02/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

02/02/2016 & 03/02/2016

Vedic Mathematics

05/11/2015 & 06/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/09/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23/02/2015 to 27/02/2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

03/03/2014 to 07/03/2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

04/03/2017 & 05/03/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

03/04/2012 to 05/04/2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/03/2011 & 22/03/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

08/03/2011 & 09/03/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

03/09/2015 & 04/09/2015

 

Name of Project

Description

ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE

Students of Mechanical Engineering Department had fabricated an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), also known as a quad, quad bike; three-wheeler, four-wheeler, or quadric-cycle. It is a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator, along with handlebars for steering control.

HYBRID GO KART

Students of Mechanical Engineering Department had fabricated a hybrid go-kart.It is a type of open-wheel car. Go-karts come in all shapes and forms, from motor less models to high-powered racing machines.

ELECTRIC SOLAR VEHICLE

Students of Mechanical Engineering Department had fabricated electric solar vehicle. The term "solar vehicle" usually implies that solar energy is used to power all or part of a vehicle's propulsion. 

 

THUNDER

Students of Mechanical Engineering Department had fabricated “THUNDER” a vehicle from the waste material.

TRIO

Students of Mechanical Engineering Department had fabricated “TRIO” a multi-fuel car.

 

 

  • Non-Conventional Machining
  • Industrial Tribology
  • Composites (Polymer Matrix and Metal Matrix)
  • Computer Aided Process Planning and Production Scheduling
  • Flexible Manufacturing Systems
  • CAD/CAM/CIM
  • Mechatronics
  • Sub Merged Arc Welding

 

 

The Department is one of the first Departments set up in MMU in the year 1995 and rightly claims to be a center of excellence in the field of electrical engineering by producing professionals who excel in Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Management. 

The Department runs UG, PG and PhD programs to cater to the ever challenging needs of technical excellence in all areas of electrical engineering.

What makes us different?

  • The labs are equipped with sophisticated equipment and have been designed to simulate the Industry exposure. A simulation lab has been established and also has modernized control system and electrical drives lab to serve the research needs of its UG and PG students. 
  • PSCAD software has been installed for providing much needed real world perspective on power system and electrical machines problems. 
  • The Department is renowned for its expertise in research and consultancy. Its prime focus research areas are power system and power electronics using advanced simulation tools and renewable energy and has center of Excellence with “National Instruments” and “Texas Instruments”.
  • In addition to this, the Department has established two societies “Resonance” and “Renewable Energy Club” for all round development of its students.

 

The salient feature of the program is Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which provides flexibility to allow the students to select courses and move at an optimum pace suited to their interest, ability and capacity.

Subject Name

Description

Elementary Mathematics

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory. 

Applied Physics-I

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Engineering Graphics

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Engineering Mechanics

Students have to practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students are prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Computer Programming

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

 

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Communication Skills

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

 

 

Subject Name

Description

Differential Equations

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Applied Physics -II

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elementary Biology

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

EVS (Through swayam)

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Material Science

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials. 

Business Communication & Preset Skill 

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Basic Simulation Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Advance Computer Programming Lab /SAP

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of c programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

 

Subject Name

Description

Optimized & Calculus of Variable

Application of abstract mathematical theory to optimization problems of calculus of variations and control theory. Abstract nonlinear programming and applications to control systems described by ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, functional differential equations and dynamic programming.

Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions

Familiarizes the students about the analysis on Complex Number field; impart the understanding of techniques to evaluate integrals involving complex valued functions.

Signals & Systems

This course develops an understanding to describe signals mathematically and to perform mathematical operations on signals and helps students to understand the system properties such as linearity, time invariance, with or without memory, causality, bounded-input bounded-output stability and inevitability.

Power Apparatus & Machine-I

This course provides basic knowledge and theories of Transformer, Three phase Transformer and DC machines. Also to understand the construction, operation, characteristics, starting of DC motors

Electronic Devices

This course introduces the basics of semiconductor devices such as diodes, transistors and FETs and teaches the applications of semiconductor devices such as amplifiers.

Network Analysis & Synthesis 

This course familiarizes students with network synthesis and filter design. Provides students the exposure to the electrical networks and analyzes passive networks and their parameters.

Network Analysis and Synthesis Lab

This course deals with the synthesis of an electrical network from a given Impedance/admittance function and also to apply mathematics in analyzing and synthesizing the networks in time and frequency domain.

Power Apparatus and Machine-I Lab

The main objective of the course is to co-relate the theory of transformer and DC machine with practical.

Electronic Devices Lab

The main objective of the course is to basic concepts of electric drive systems. Emphasis on system analysis and applications. Topics include: dc machine control, variable frequency operation of induction and DC machines, adjustable speed drives, adjustable torque drives

Subject Name

Description

Complex Analysis

This course is an introductory course on Complex Analysis. It introduces students to the complex numbers system and varieties of operations, analyses and problems that may arise within the context. It also equips the students with mathematical techniques and skills to handles such cases.

 

Digital Electronics

This course develops an ability to analyze and design combinational and sequential logic circuits. The course also provides an exposure to computer logic circuits design and practical digital circuit design.

Digital Signal Processing

This course is used to understand the meaning and implications of the properties of systems and signals, understand the Transform domain and its significance and problems related to computational complexity. This course also provide the knowledge of designing of linear digital filters FIR and IIR using different techniques and their associated structures, concept of Multi-rate signal processing and sample rate conversion.

Power Apparatus & Machine-II

This course provides the basic knowledge and theories of AC machines. Also it provides the  understanding including the construction, operation, characteristics, starting of AC machines

Measurements & Instrumentations

With this course students will be enable to get knowledge of various types of measuring instruments, their construction and working. The students will be able to measure Voltage, Current, Power factor, Power Energy, Strain, Displacement, Velocity, Angular Velocity, Temperature etc.

Electromagnetic Theory

This course visualizes the nature of electromagnetic field and helps to analyze complex circuits and transmission lines concept using circuit theory.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Digital Signal Processing Lab

This course introduces MATLAB for digital signal processing experiments and also to make students able to program digital signal processing algorithm in MATLAB, designing of butterworth and FIR filter.

Power Apparatus & Machine-II Lab

The main objective of the course is to co-relate the theory of AC machine with practical.

Digital Electronics Lab

This course develops the theoretical and practical aspect of Digital Electronics and to provide an overview of logic gates, Logic families, Registers, and Counters.

Subject Name

Description

Discrete Mathematics

The purpose of this course is to understand and use (abstract) discrete structures. In particular, this course is meant to introduce logic, proofs, sets, relations, functions, counting, and probability.

Probability and Statistics

This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. The course emphasizes on probabilistic foundations required to understand probability models and statistical methods.

Control System and Design

This subject deals with the control system which is used in almost every project in the industries these days and also in our day to day life.

Power Electronics

This course introduces the basic theory of power semiconductor devices and passive components, their practical application in Industrial electronics.

Power System

This course gives an overview of the power systems and its changing landscape. It makes the pupil to learn about ac transmission lines and cable systems.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Control System Lab

This course gives the practical knowledge of controller application on DC Motor, Servo Motor & Stepper Motor. The students understand the characteristics of various first & second order systems.

Power Electronics Lab

This course introduces the student to measurement of important operating characteristics of power electronic circuits and power semiconductor devices. Emphasis is on the whole range of power converters viz, phase control rectifiers, choppers, inverters and cycloconverters.

Power System Lab

This course gives the practical knowledge of operation of various kind of delays & transmission lines and to provide knowledge of practical aspects of transmission lines covering string efficiency of insulators and ABCD parameters.

Subject Name

Description

Fuzzy Maths

This course provides the fundamentals of classical set theory and fuzzy set theory.

Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications

This course introduces the basic building blocks of linear integrated circuits and teaches the linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers. In addition to that the course also introduced the theory and applications of 555 Timer, special ICs like 8038, Universal Active Filters, PLL and familiarization with the concept of ADC and DAC.

Communication Engineering

This course analyzes analog and digital modulation, demodulation techniques used in communication system. The course also develops knowledge about the FDM,TDM and sampling technique.

Microprocessor & Microcontroller

This course Introduces the fundamentals of microprocessors with the detailed description of 8-bit and 16-bit microprocessors, their architecture and programming. The course also introduces the concept of interfacing and various types of peripheral devices used with microprocessors.

This course provides understanding the basic operation of a microcontroller system and fundamental programming skills.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Power Electronics-II lab

This course contain the experiments related to cyclo converter, inverter & choppers and to plot the graph between average output voltage Vo Vs. speed of DC motor, using chopper ckt. (Variable pulse width control strategies).

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

This course deals with the strategies involved in the market for Microcontroller based systems and the industry's demand for highskilled experts in these areas is constantly increasing, So the objective of this lab is to make the students understand and gain knowledge about experiments with Microcontrollers kits and Software as per the industry requirements.

Subject Name

Description

Computer Method in Power Systems

This course covers methods of network modelling by graph theory and algorithmic approach, representation of three phase network elements, Kron reduction technique, Schemes of ordering, short circuit studies using Z bus, load flow equations, Gauss-Seidel and Newton-Raphson methods, fast decoupled methods, AC-DC load flow problems, transient stability solution using modified Euler’s method, sparsity techniques and state estimate of an AC network.

 

Transmission Line Design

This subject gives idea about the designing of the tranmismission line using various parameters of transmission line.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Computer Method in Power Systems Lab

This course introduces the student to investigate operatingcharacteristics of power systems through C++ program. Emphasis ison demand estimation, Y bus/Z bus formulation, load flow studies.

Subject Name

Description

Industrial Project

Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of electrical and electronics engineering.

Subject Name

Description

Non-Conventional Energy Sources

This subject introduces the idea of using  non conventional energy sources to be utilized as main source of energy in rural farmland and the concept of integrating the renewable energy with the grid

Utilization of Electrical Energy

The objective of this course is to train students on characteristics of various drives, Heating, Welding methodologies, Illumination methods and traction system. The subject gives insight knowledge about energy utilization along with applications of electrical energy such as lighting, heating, welding, fans and pumps, Refrigeration & Air conditioning, compressors etc.

Installation, Testing, Commissioning and Maintenance of Electrical Equipments

The course helps the student to understand the correct methodology and safe operation when working on electrical equipment, switchgear on electrical distribution systems and all of the associated electrical plant and to be aware of all the associated hazards. Besides, giving insight about the diagnostic testing and inspection, advanced fault detection techniques, critical components, and common failure modes. It also explains the study selection criteria, commissioning requirements, predictive and preventive maintenance, reliability, testing and cost.

High Voltage Engineering

The objective is to give idea about high voltage (HV) and to introduce HV problems and HV applications, secondly to teach analytical, numerical and experimental electrostatic field computation methods and to evaluate discharge phenomena at high electric fields.

Electrical Machine Design

Basic concepts of electric machine design, general concepts in machine design, cooling &general cooling circuits in rotating electrical machines electrical machines, Design of transformer core, overall design of transformers, Induction motors & alternators, choice of specific loadings, modern trends in machine design, computers approaches in designing of electrical machines

 

VLSI Design

This course deals with principles and operation of MOSFET with their types, Electrical behavior and fabrication. Scaling in VLSI with delay, Stick Diagrams, Design rules and Layout.

Image & Video Processing

This course provides the fundamentals of Digital Image Processing system and also the principles of image acquisition system and imaging technologies used in various fields.

FACTS

FACTS is one aspect of the power electronics revolution that is taking place in all areas of electric energy. A variety of powerful semiconductor devices not only offer the advantage of high speed and reliability of switching but, more importantly, the opportunity offered by a variety of innovative circuit concepts based on these power devices enhance the value of electric energy. This introduction is partly devoted to briefly conveying this perspective before discussing various specifics of Flexible AC Transmission,

Biomedical Engineering

Introduction of basic signal processing techniques for bio-medical signals. Familiarization with various medical equipments and their technical aspects and knowledge of physiological system of human body.

 

Electric Drives

Basic concepts of electric drive systems. Emphasis on system analysis and applications. Topics include: dc machine control, variable frequency operation of induction and DC machines, adjustable speed drives, adjustable torque drives.

 

Digital & Non-Linear Control

This subject gives idea about digital control system and non linear control such as sub harmonics, limit cycles, stability analysis using Lypanov stability

Fuzzy Logic & Neural Network

This course introdues about the study of various networks of the neural networks and fuzzy logic. To familiarize the students with fundamentals of Fuzzy systems, Fuzzy sets and Fuzzy Relations.

Mobile Communication & Network 

Introduction to fundamental concepts of mobile radio communication, Cognitive radios and Ultra wideband communication systems.

 

Fiber Optic Communication

This course makes familiarization with optical fibers, their structures and working. The various optical sources, the optical amplifier & their applications.

Microwave Theory & Techniques

This deals with the Practical study of microwave devices and components.It also helps in the Development of students and ability to handle microwave equipments and make measurements.

Multimedia Communication

Introduction to fundamental concepts of Multimedia communication and to understand various audio/video coding techniques.

 

Subject Name

Description

Elementary Mathematics

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory. 

Applied Physics-I

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Engineering Graphics

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Engineering Mechanics

Students have to practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students are prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Computer Programming

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

 

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Communication Skills

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

 

 

Subject Name

Description

Differential Equations

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Applied Physics -II

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elementary Biology

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

EVS (Through swayam)

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Material Science

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials. 

Business Communication & Preset Skill 

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Basic Simulation Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Advance Computer Programming Lab /SAP

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of c programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

 

Subject Name

Description

Optimized & Calculus of Variable

Application of abstract mathematical theory to optimization problems of calculus of variations and control theory. Abstract nonlinear programming and applications to control systems described by ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and functional differential equations. Dynamic programming.

Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions

Familiarizes the students about the analysis on Complex Number field; impart the understanding of techniques to evaluate integrals involving complex valued functions

Signals & Systems

This course develops an understanding to describe signals mathematically and to perform mathematical operations on signals and helps students to understand the system properties such as linearity, time invariance, with or without memory, causality, bounded-input bounded-output stability and invertibility.

Power Apparatus & Machine-I

This course provides basic knowledge and theories of Transformer, Three phase Transformer and DC machines.Also to understand the construction, operation, characteristics, starting of DC motors

Electronic Devices

This course introduces the basics of semiconductor devices such as diodes, transistors and FETs and teaches the applications of semiconductor devices such as amplifiers.

Network Analysis & Synthesis 

This course familiarizes students with network synthesis and filter design. Provides students the exposure to the electrical networks and analyzes passive networks and their parameters.

Network Analysis and Synthesis Lab

This course deals with the synthesis of an electrical network from a given Impedance/admittance function and also to apply mathematics in analyzing and synthesizing the networks in time and frequency domain.

Power Apparatus and Machine-I Lab

The main objective of the course is to co-relate the theory of transformer and DC machine with practical.

Electronic Devices Lab

The main objective of the course is to basic concepts of electric drive systems. Emphasis on system analysis and applications. Topics include: dc machine control, variable frequency operation of induction and DC machines, adjustable speed drives, adjustable torque drives

Subject Name

Description

Complex Analysis

This course is an introductory course on Complex Analysis. It introduces students to the complex numbers system and varieties of operations, analyses and problems that may arise within the context. It also equips the students with mathematical techniques and skills to handles such cases.

 

Digital Electronics

This course develops an ability to analyze and design combinational and sequential logic circuits. The course also provides an exposure to computer logic circuits design and practical digital circuit design.

Digital Signal Processing

This course is used to understand the meaning and implications of the properties of systems and signals, understand the Transform domain and its significance and problems related to computational complexity.

The design of linear digital filters FIR and IIR using different techniques and their associated structures, concept of Multi-rate signal processing and sample rate conversion.

Power Apparatus & Machine-II

This course provides the basic knowledge and theories of AC machines. Also it provides the  understanding including the construction, operation, characteristics, starting of AC machines

Measurements & Instrumentations

With this course students will be get knowledge of various types of meters, their construction and working. The students will be able to measure Voltage, Current, Power factor, Power Energy, Strain, Displacement, Velocity, Angular Velocity, Temperature etc.

Electromagnetic Theory

This course visualizes the nature of electromagnetic field and helps to analyze complex circuits and transmission lines concept using circuit theory.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Digital Signal Processing Lab

This course introduces MATLAB for digital signal processing experiments and also to make students able to program digital signal processing algorithm in MATLAB, designing of butterworth and FIR filter.

Power Apparatus & Machine-II Lab

The main objective of the course is to co-relate the theory of AC machine with practical.

Digital Electronics Lab

This course develops the theoretical and practical aspect of Digital Electronics and to provide an overview of logic gates, Logic families, Registers, and Counters.

Subject Name

Description

Discrete Mathematics

The purpose of this course is to understand and use (abstract) discrete structures. In particular, this course is meant to introduce logic, proofs, sets, relations, functions, counting, and probability

Probability and Statistics

This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. The course emphasizes on probabilistic foundations required to understand probability models and statistical methods.

Control System and Design

This subject deals with the control system which is used in almost every project in the industries these days and also in our day to day life.

Power Electronics-I

This course introduces the basic theory of power semiconductor devices and passive components, their practical application in Industrial electronics as rectifers. The course gives a complete insight of various schemes involving the protection, triggering and commutation of power electronic devices.

Power System

This course gives  an overview of the power systems and its changing landscape. It makes the pupil to learn about ac transmission lines and cable systems.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Control System Lab

This course gives the practical knowledge of controller application on DC Motor, Servo Motor & Stepper Motor. The students understand the characteristics of various first & second order systems.

Power Electronics Lab

This course introduces the student to measurement of important operating characteristics of power electronic circuits and power semiconductor devices. Emphasis is on the whole range of power converters viz, phase control rectifiers, choppers, inverters and cycloconverters.

Power System Lab

This course gives the practical knowledge of operation of various kind of delays & transmission lines and to provide knowledge of practical aspects of transmission lines covering string efficiency of insulators and ABCD parameters.

Subject Name Description

Fuzzy Maths

This course provides the fundamentals of classical set theory and fuzzy set theory.

Power Electronics-II

Semiconductor devices and passive components, their practical application in Industrial electronics as  power converters viz. phase controlled rectifiers, choppers, inverters, cycloconverters. The subject also gives brief application of power converters to  SMPS, reactive power control, speed control of ac and dc motors.

Communication Engineering

This course analyzes modulation, demodulation techniques used in communication system. The course also develops knowledge about pre-emphasis and de-emphasis circuits.

Microprocessor & Microcontroller

This course Introduces the fundamentals of microprocessors with the detailed description of 8-bit and 16-bit microprocessors, their architecture and programming. The course also introduces the concept of interfacing and various types of peripheral devices used with microprocessors.

This course provides understanding the basic operation of a microcontroller system and fundamental programming skills.

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Power Electronics-II lab

This course contain the experiments related to cyclo converter, inverter & choppers and to plot the graph between average output voltage Vo Vs. speed of DC motor, using chopper ckt. (Variable pulse width control strategies).

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

This course deals with the strategies involved in the market for Microcontroller based systems and the industry's demand for highskilled experts in these areas is constantly increasing, So the objective of this lab is to make the students understand and gain knowledge about experiments with Microcontrollers kits and Software as per the industry requirements.

Subject Name

Description

Computer Method in Power Systems

This course covers methods of network modelling by graph theory and algorithmic approach, representation of three phase network elements, Kron reduction technique, Schemes of ordering, short circuit studies using Z bus, load flow equations, Gauss-Seidel and Newton-Raphson methods, fast decoupled methods, AC-DC load flow problems, transient stability solution using modified Euler’s method, sparsity techniques and state estimate of an AC network.

 

Transmission Line Design

This subject gives idea designing the transmission line using various parameters of transmission line

Project

Students will develop and practice engineering design skills by working on a team based project. Students will experience all phases of the design process.

Computer Method in Power Systems Lab

This course introduces the student to investigate operatingcharacteristics of power systems through C++ program. Emphasis ison demand estimation, Y bus/Z bus formulation, load flow studies.

 

Subject Name

Description

Industrial Project

Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of electrical engineering.

 

Subject Name

Description

Non-Conventional Energy Sources

This subject introduces the idea of using  non conventional energy sources to be utilized as main source of energy in rural farmland and the concept of integrating the renewable energy with the grid

Utilization of Electrical Energy

The objective of this course is to train students on characteristics of various drives, Heating, Welding methodologies, Illumination methods and traction system. The subject gives insight knowledge about energy utilization along with applications of electrical energy such as lighting, heating, welding, fans and pumps, Refrigeration & Air conditioning, compressors etc.

Installation, Testing, Commissioning and Maintenance of Electrical Equipments

The course helps the student to understand the correct methodology and safe operation when working on electrical equipment, switchgear on electrical distribution systems and all of the associated electrical plant and to be aware of all the associated hazards. Besides, giving insight about the diagnostic testing and inspection, advanced fault detection techniques, critical components, and common failure modes. It also explains the study selection criteria, commissioning requirements, predictive and preventive maintenance, reliability, testing and cost.

High Voltage Engineering

The objective is to give idea about  high voltage (HV) and to introduce HV problems and HV applications, secondly to teach analytical, numerical and experimental electrostatic field computation methods and to evaluate discharge phenomena at high electric fields.

Electrical Machine Design

Basic concepts of electric machine design, general concepts in machine design, cooling &general cooling circuits in rotating electrical machines electrical machines, Design of transformer core, overall design of transformers, Induction motors & alternators, choice of specific loadings, modern trends in machine design, computers approaches in designing of electrical machines

 

Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications

This course introduces the basic building blocks of linear integrated circuits and teaches the linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers. In addition to that the course also introduced the theory and applications of 555 Timer, special ICs like 8038, Universal Active Filters, PLL and familiarization with the concept of ADC and DAC.

Intelligent Control in Power System

Introduction to the neural networks and fuzzy logic. To familiarize the students with fundamentals of Fuzzy systems, Fuzzy sets and Fuzzy Relations. Different optimization algorithm such as GA, PSO as applicable to power system

Biomedical Engineering                                                                                       

Introduction of basic signal processing techniques for bio-medical signals. Familiarization with various medical equipments and their technical aspects and knowledge of physiological system of human body.

 

Electric Drives

 

Basic concepts of electric drive systems. Emphasis on system analysis and applications. Topics include: dc machine control, variable frequency operation of induction and DC machines, adjustable speed drives, adjustable torque drives.

 

Digital & Non-Linear Control                    

 

This subject gives idea about digital control system and non linear control such as sub harmonics, limit cycles, stability analysis using Lypanov  stability

FACTS

FACTS is one aspect of the power electronics revolution that is taking place in all areas of electric energy. A variety of powerful semiconductor devices not only offer the advantage of high speed and reliability of switching but, more importantly, the opportunity offered by a variety of innovative circuit concepts based on these power devices enhance the value of electric energy. This introduction is partly devoted to briefly conveying this perspective before discussing various specifics of Flexible AC Transmission,

Materials, Components and Processes

The subject familiarizes about the fundamental science and engineering principles relevant to materials. It helps to Understand the relationship between nano/microstructure, characterization, properties and processing and design of materials. The subject also provides the experimental and computational skills for a professional career or graduate study in materials.

Power Generation and Control

The subject provides basic knowledge of various types of factors like load factor, diversity factor etc. along with power plant economics. It also provide detailed knowledge of various types of power plants for the generation of electricity, power station equipment’s and control for the control of real and reactive power in power system. The subject also gives knowledge of various types of various types of tariffs for metering billing purpose

 

System engineering and reliability

The subject provides insight of the model decision making problems using major modeling formalisms of operations research, including propositional logic, constraints, and linear programs. It also helps to evaluate the computational performance of search, satisfaction, optimization and learning algorithms. It provides ability to use statistical tools to characterize the reliability of an item, the working knowledge to determine the reliability of a system and suggest approaches to enhancing system reliability

 

Subject Name

Description

Advanced Power System Analysis

This course covers methods of network modelling by graph theory and algorithmic approach, representation of three phase network elements, Kron reduction technique, Schemes of ordering, short circuit studies using Z bus, load flow equations, Gauss-Seidel and Newton-Raphson methods, fast decoupled methods, AC-DC load flow problems, transient stability solution using modified Euler’s method, sparsity techniques and state estimate of an AC network.

Power Electronics Devices

This course deals with the Operating characteristics of power semiconductor devices such as Power Diode, Bipolar Junction Transistors, IGBTs, MOSFETs ,Thyristors, DIAC, TRIAC, GTO etc. SCR rating and Commutation and also fundamentals of power converter circuits as phase controlled rectifiers and AC Regulators.It also deals with the Practical issues in the design and operation of converters and fundamentals of power converter circuits as choppers.

Microprocessor & Digital Signal Processors

This course describes different signal classes and identify the relevant spectral representation and also explain and apply properties of discrete time signal processing systems and Fourier series properties to compute the spectrum of a signal and the difference among various transforms like Fourier, Laplace, Z, Discrete Fourie, discrete time signal processing system and calculate associated transfer functions and also help to understand the concept of sampling and reconstruction processes and determine the relevant parameters in specific applications, also to deduce and determine how the discrete and fast Fourier transform can be applied for computation of signal spectra and in filtering operations.

Digital control System

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of Control systems and mathematical modelling of the system and also time response and frequency response of the system. It also gives the knowledge of the basics of stability analysis of the system, of state variable analysis, conventional PID controller and some control components like synchros, dc-ac techogenerator, servomotor, magnetic amplifier, stepper motor

System Modelling & Optimization

This course gives an idea about the Model decision making problems using major modelling formalisms of operations research, including propositional logic, constraints, linear programs and also able to evaluate the computational performance of search, satisfaction, optimization and learning algorithms.

 

Subject Name

Description

Power Apparatus & Machines

Students will be able to study the equivalent circuit and mathematical representation of Transformer, speed control methods of D.C motors, equivalent circuit and mathematical representation of AC machines and also study of speed control methods of induction and synchronous machine.

Information Security

This course deals with the study of the security systems in computer networks and various types of attacks in computers and networks and also idea about the various encryption and decryption techniques and speed various security systems in computer networks.

Electric Drives

This deals with the basic knowledge of the electrical drive systems and also the knowledge about stability control circuits in rotating electrical machines and also to make the students familiar with the computer approaches for speed controls of electrical machines.

AC CONTROLLER

It gives the idea about the fundamentals of power converter circuits, inverters, cycloconverte AC voltage regulator and the Performance characteristics Practical issues in the design and operation of converters and Harmonic mitigation techniques.

Power System Operation & Control

It gives an overview of power system operations and control and principal analytical aspects of power system operations, optimization and optimal power flow, Economic Operation of Power System, Automatic Generation Control, Load Frequency Control, Economic Sharing of Loads between Different Plants Coordination between LFC and Economic Dispatch and Resource scheduling and unit commitment, loadforecasting, Load modelling and role of reactive power in system operations and Reactive Compensation

Subject Name

Description

Computer Aided Design Of Electrical Machines

It helps to provide the basic knowledge to the students about designing of transformers & rotating electrical machines, knowledge about cooling & heating in electrical machines and to make the students familiar with the computer approaches for designing of electric apparatus.

Power system dynamics & stability

This course covers methods of network modelling by graph theory and algorithmic approach, representation of three phase network elements, short circuit studies, load flow equations, fast decoupled methods, transient stability.

Intelligent Control

To understand basic significance of artificial intelligence in the area of decision making, recognition, similarity matching etc and also the concepts of artificial neural network and its models, various learning algorithms in supervised and unsupervised mode, fuzzy logic and fuzzy logic system and to study the concept of genetic algorithms and genetic operators, hybrid structure ANN-GA, ANN-fuzzy, GA-Fuzzy

 

Dissertation Work 

Emphasizes on off-the-shelf research to create new knowledge and explore future challenges. The researcher is expected to identify the research gaps, formulate objectives, and develop methodologies for finding solutions to real life problems.

 

Sr. No.

Name of Lab

Description

1

Power Systems Laboratory

Power system Laboratory comprises of protection, simulation, power transfer, oil testing of transformer and machine related experiments. Many protection relays facilities are available such as IDMT overcurrent and differential relays. Power system Simulation packages like PSCAD is also available.

2

Electrical Machines Laboratory

Electrical Machine laboratory is conducted for the undergraduate students in their third and fourth semesters. In this laboratory students perform the experiments on Transformers, DC machines, single and three phase Inductions motors and Synchronous machines. Major equipments in this lab are AUTO- TRANSFORMER (3-PHASE , 40A, 415 V), DC Supply Unit, DC Motor - Induction Generator Set, DC Series and Compound Motor sets, Synchronous Motor Generator Sets with DC exciter, Three Phase – Angle Shifter, Power Scope (1 KV), Harmonic Analyzer (Fluke), Harmonic Analyzer (MECO), Arbitrary Function Generator (1 MHz, Tektronix) etc.

3

Electrical Drives Laboratory

This lab provides a great learning platform for Electric Drives and Machines. It comprises of the various machines like Thyristor speed control of Three phase AC Induction motor, Vector Control Drives for BLDC, PMSM and AC motors etc.

4

Control Systems Laboratory

Control systems lab is a Departmental core teaching lab used by 3rd year Electrical Engineering students. It contains a permanent magnet dc motor control setup, servo motor, first, second and higher order linear simulator set up, synchros, relay control system, Function generator and oscilloscope etc.

5

Power Electronics Laboratory

Power Electronics laboratory is used by UG and PG students with the basic course on Power Electronics Converters. This lab has oscilloscopes, Mixed Signal Oscilloscope (200MHz), signal generators, multimeters, and power electronic modules to carry out experiments.

6

Simulation Laboratory

Simulation Lab is set up with many softwares like MATLAB, LABVIEW, TORA, SCILAB etc. The students use this lab for simulation based work. The experiments done in other laboratories are also performed on simulation and compared.

7

Measurement & Instrumentation Lab

Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory is equipped with various transducers and instrumentation trainers; resistive, capacitive and inductive measurement systems; LVDTs and strain gauges; thermocouples and RTDs etc. The lab also contains many basic electrical variables and time and frequency measuring equipment such as signal generators, stopwatches, digital multimeters and oscilloscopes.

8

Electrical Engineering Lab

All the first year B.Tech students perform experiments in Electrical Technology laboratory. This lab has all necessary apparatus like motors, generator (both A.C and D.C.), transformers, rheostats, capacitors, inductors, lamps all measuring instruments such as multimeters, voltmeters, ammeters, wattmeters and energy meters etc to conduct the experiments.

 

Conferences Organized

Name of Conference

Date of Conference

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/1/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/3/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

 

 

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

 

 

Guest Lectures

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines

Date of Lecture

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2017

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

9/3/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

9/3/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

8/3/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28rd Feb 2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/1/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

5/8/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/7/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/5/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/2/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

3/2/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/1/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/1/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/9/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/8/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/8/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/8/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

6/2/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/1/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

2/4/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

7/2/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/1/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/1/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/9/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/7/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/4/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/3/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/2/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/5/2010

 

 

Workshop's Organized

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06th to 10th February 2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03-07 Oct. 2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/9/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17th ,24th September, 2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

1/8/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/3/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

6/2/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

2/2/2016 & 3/2/2016

Vedic Mathematics

5/11/2015 & 6/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/9/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23rd to 27th February 2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

3rd to 7th March 2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

4/3/2017 & 5/3/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

3rd -5th April 2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/3/2011 & 22/3/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

8/3/2011 & 9/3/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

3/9/2015 & 4/9/2015

 

Name of Project

Description

Electronic voting machine with use of microcontroller

The project is aimed to make an unsupervised Electronic voting machine, with no controls required from the polling officer

Multisource Battery Charger

The project incorporates two different ways  of charging a battery

Witricity

To provide wireless power transfer for supplying power to devices

Electric Bike System

To design an electric hub motor running a bike that incoroporates two different ways of charging a dry battery with wall outlet and solar power

  1. Forecasting issue in Electrical Engineering
  2. Power system stability improvement in deregulated environment using FACTS devices
  3. Robust Control of Time Delay Systems

 

Computer Science & Engineering

The Department came into existence in 1995 to provide quality education & training in the field of Computer Science & Engineering. Since its inception, the CSE Department has contributed in various research works and has been consistent in imparting Quality Technical Education.

  • The Department offers B. Tech and M. Tech programmes in Computer Science & Engineering.
  • The Department has state-of-the-art infrastructure and well maintained computing facilities i.e. Chromebook Lab, iOS Lab, Cloud Computing Lab and Research Lab.
  • The experienced and highly qualified faculty with good ratio of PhD Degree and strong research orientation that helps them to impart quality technical education and exposure to the students. Collectively, the list of achievements and awards received by the faculty includes research publications in Scopus Indexed International journals, patents, copyrights and reviewer of International Journals/Conferences of repute.
  • The Department provides exposure of live Projects in emerging technologies like Mobile Apps development, Big Data and Analytics that provide an ideal platform to produce excellent professional, i.e. Software Developers, IT-Managers and Computer Engineers, for the IT -Industry.
  • The Department has produced 20 PhDs in niche areas of Computer Science & Engineering including Cloud computing, Image processing, Ad Hoc Networks, Network Security, Grid Computing, Distributed databases and Wireless Sensor Networks
  • The Department has a growing list of Scopus, SCI Publications and Citations by the faculty and PhD scholars.
  • The Department has many MoUs signed with Industry to meet global challenges for industry ready manpower, i.e. Campus Connect Programme with Infosys, CISCO Academy, Google Learning Centre of Excellence, Centre of SAP Excellence, Apple University Developer Program.
  • The Department has a special cell for Women in Engineering to uplift and enhance the visibility of girl students and faculty in research and academics.
  • The Department enhances the students knowledge and skills at a professional level and provides them the best opportunities in major companies i.e. Infosys, Tech Mahindra, Capgemini, KPIT, Click Labs, LG Software, R System,  Kony labs, Code brew Labs, Unisys, Hexaware and many more.
  • After the completion of the course, the students are competent to enter the Global IT- world as well as the fields of Research & Development at prestigious institutions in India and abroad.

 

PSOs of Computer Science & Engineering

  1. Able to apply knowledge of basic and engineering sciences to provide solution of given problem.
  2. Ability to use modern IT tools on specified real life problems.
  3. Ability to use managerial skills not only for managing of projects in multidisciplinary environment but also to communicate effectively with both engineers as well as community at large.
  4. Acquired in-depth technical competence in computer science and engineering discipline.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    The Program Educational Objectives of B. Tech Computer Science & Engineering program is:

  1. To provide graduates with the in-depth technical knowledge and skills related to Computer Science & Engineering so that they can create novel products and solutions for real life problems.
  2. To nurture the graduates with encouraging environment that builds innovative thinking for their successful professional career.
  3. To meet the training and development needs of local, regional, national and international employers.
  4. To participate in Ex-President Late (Dr.) A.P.J.Abdul Kalam’s VISION 2020 Goal to make India a developed nation and center for education.

The salient feature of the program is Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which provides flexibility to allow the students to select courses and move at an optimum pace suited to their interest, ability and capacity.

Subject Name

Description

Elementary Mathematics

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory. 

Applied Physics-I

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Engineering Graphics

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Engineering Mechanics

Students have practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Computer Programming

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Communication Skills

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

Subject Name

Description

Differential Equations

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Applied Physics -II

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elementary Biology

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

EVS (Through swayam)

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Material Science

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials. 

Business Communication & Preset Skill 

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Basic Simulation Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Advance Computer Programming Lab /SAP

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of C programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

Subject Name

Description

Optimized & Calculus of Variations

It uses the theory, methods and techniques of the mathematical terms to solve problems, formulate important results and theorems covered by the course. Students will understand concepts of linear algebra, calculus& static optimization, differential equations & calculus of variation.

Data Structures & Algorithms

It helps in understanding the concept of Static & Dynamic memory management, data types, algorithms & also basic data structures such as arrays, linked lists, stacks and queues.

SAP

SAP helps to understand key business processes in an organization and identify the main integral points. It tells how to effectively use SAP, ERP to configure, test and execute standard business processes.

Java Programming

To study its syntax, idioms, patterns, and styles and to become comfortable with object oriented programming & also to write programs using object-based techniques including classes, objects and inheritance. To develop applets & to create java server pages.

Discrete Mathematics

Able to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Statistics to solve various problems & also to use logical notation to define and reason about fundamental mathematical concepts such as sets, relations, functions and integers.

 

Data Base Management Systems

The course defines Database Management System and give its description. It also defines basic foundational terms of Database and the applications of Databases. It also compares relational model with the Structured Query Language.

Data Structures & Algorithms Lab

This Course Develop an understanding to create Stack, Queue & Implement Linked List also can be used to implement Tree, Graphs.

OOP Lab

This Course Familiarizes students with concepts of Class, Objects ,Inheritance, polymorphism & teaches students about Virtual classes & Abstract classes.

Data Base Management Systems Lab

This Course help students to use SQL Queries, Connect Databases, use Microsoft Access & use to support data on the back end.

Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions

Ability to understand standard concepts and tools at an intermediate to advanced level that will serve them well towards tackling more advanced level of mathematics and applications.

Computer Organization & Design

To have a thorough knowledge of the basic structure and operation of a digital computer & discuss in detail the operation of the arithmetic unit including the algorithms & implementation of fixed-point and floating-point addition, subtraction, multiplication &division.

Operating Systems (Unix Programming)

Able to understand the difference between different types of modern operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and applications. The main focus is on UNIX File system including advanced file processing and practice pipelining and IO redirecting.

Formal Languages & Automation Theory

Ability to describe the language accepted by automata or generated by a regular expression or a context-free grammar. It also acquires a fundamental understanding of the core concepts in automata theory and formal languages.

Mobile Apps Development

Explain the differences between Android and other mobile development environments, tap into location-based services, geo-coder, compass sensors, and create rich map-based applications that utilize the power of background services, threads and notifications. Use Android's communication APIs for SMS, telephony, tune, package, and deploy Android Application

Computer Networks

To develop an understanding of network architectures from a design and performance perspective. It helps us to study different topologies, different connecting devices. By using the concepts of computer, preparing the student for entering Advanced courses in computer networking.

Design & Analysis of Algorithms Lab

This course visualizes the nature of different types of searching techniques & applies different asymptotic notations to get better results.

Java Programming Lab

This course describes how to write programs including classes, objects and inheritance & to develop applets & to create java server pages.

Computer Networks Lab

This course helps students to get a detailed knowledge about Computer Networks Lab Including Simulators like Boson & Cisco Packet Tracer. Students will be able to learn concepts of switches, bridge & Routers.

Project

To enhance students knowledge to use modern tools necessary to develop computer projects. Students will be able to make comprehensive use of the technical knowledge gained from previous courses.

Subject Name

Description

Probability and Statistics

It helps us to understand basics of probability tells how to differentiate between different types of probability also helps to understand the application of Random variable and various distribution functions. This concept is widely used in wireless sensor network.

Internet Web Programming

To develop web pages by the use of languages such as html, xml, java scripts & also use to create high level dynamics web contents.

Design & Analysis of Algorithms

It provides basic ability to analyze algorithms and to determine algorithm correctness and time efficiency class. Problems like worst cases can be analyze using asymptotic notations.

Cryptography and Information Security

Identify factors driving the need for network security & types of attacks. Compare and contrast symmetric and asymmetric encryption systems and their vulnerability to attack  and explain the characteristics of hybrid systems.

Microprocessor & Interfacing

This helps to demonstrate programming proficiency using the various addressing modes and data transfer instructions of the 8085, 8051 and 8086 assembly language & able to apply knowledge of the microprocessor’s internal registers and operations by use of a PC based microprocessor simulator for 8085.

Operating Systems (Unix Programming) Lab

This course teaches students about Di resources._x000B_fferent Operating types along with resource allocation, memory utilization, deadlock, Fragmentation with the inclusion of different Unix operating system commands.

Mobile Apps Development Lab

This course helps students to get familiarize with creation of Mobile apps, how to use them & how to update them.

Project

To provide students knowledge to use modern tools necessary for computer projects. Students will be able to make comprehensive use of the technical knowledge gained from previous courses.

Subject Name

Description

Complex Analysis

Demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge and ideas of complex differentiation and complex integration in a coherent and meaningful manner and use appropriate techniques for solving related problems and for establishing theoretical results.

Ad Hoc Network

An ability to understand the routing concept of mobile Ad Hoc network & also to understand the reliable and unreliable communication in mobile Ad Hoc network, creates the security mechanism for mobile Ad Hoc network & understand the solutions to improve the quality of service in mobile adhoc network.

Cloud Computing

Understand various basic concepts related to cloud computing technologies, the architecture and concept of different cloud models & and techniques, cloud virtualization, cloud storage, data management and data visualization.

Big data and Analytics

The course covers Big Data Fundamentals, including the characteristics of Big Data, the sources Big Data (such as social media, sensor data, and geospatial data), the challenges imposed around information management, data analytics, privacy and security, as well as platforms and architectures.

Internet Web Programming Lab

Student will be able to develop websites using various web technologies like PHP, HTML, Javascript and CSS.

Project

Student will undergo Application based project according to current running technologies.

Subject Name

Description

Fuzzy Mathematics

Helps to learn the unified and exact mathematical basis as well as the general principles of various soft computing techniques with detailed theoretical and practical aspects of intelligent modeling, optimization and control of non-linear systems. Prepare the students for developing intelligent systems through case studies, simulation examples and experimental results.

Software Engineering

It Provides ability to gather and specify requirements of the software projects. It Provide design software requirements with existing tools.

Business Intelligence

It helps in developing skills & training to work in data rich environments & enable you to develop capabilities in business intelligence & analytics. After studying, will be able to bring together information technology, data science & business so that able to analyze communicate the value of the data

Software Engineering Lab

Students will be able to develop DFD, ERP Systems and able to test software using various software testing techniques.

Project

Students will develop high level industry oriented project using industry oriented technologies.

Subject Name

Description

Industrial Project

Provide vital experimental learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links professional knowledge and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work group like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of Computer Science &Engineering.

Subject Name

Description

Elective-I (a) Introduction to Virtualization & Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a type of Internet-based computing that provides shared computer processing resources and data to computers and other devices on demand. It is a model for enabling ubiquitous, on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources which can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort.

Elective-I (b) Big Data & Analytics: Scalable storage

Helps to understand two basic types of big data analytics—synchronous and asynchronous—but both have big data storage appetites and specialized needs. The term big data analytics has crept into the IT vernacular to represent our fixation on what might be called the "big data assumption”.

Elective-I (c) Dynamic Paradigm in Cyber Security

Describe and analyze the hardware, software, components of a network and the interrelations. Explain networking protocols and their hierarchical relationship hardware and software.

Elective-II (a) Cloud Computing Architecture

Helps to understand Architecture of various models used in the cloud computing.

Elective-II (b) Hadoop& Streaming Concepts

It helps a user to Understand Big Data and Hadoop ecosystem, work with Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) & write MapReduce programs and implementing HBase.

Elective-II (c) Digital Forensics

Able to Conduct digital investigations that conform to accepted professional standards and are based on the investigative process, identification, preservation, examination, analysis and reporting.

Elective-III(a) Cloud Deployment Model

Able to understand different types of models like public clouds,community clouds, private clouds, hybrid clouds & also other deployment models.

Elective-III(b) Distributed Processing

Able to learn the differences among concurrent, networked, distributed, and mobile, Resource allocation and deadlock detection and avoidance techniques.

Elective-III(c) IT Security & its Applications

Analyse, design and document computer network specifications to meet client needs. Perform help desk functions to answer user questions and provide user training on application software and fundamental operating systems functions.

Elective – IV(a) Service Oriented Architecture

This course gives knowledge of Service-Oriented Architecture, the entities involved and the roles defining their interactions,Current technologies used to implement a SOA, in particular Web services, which is founded on standards.

Elective-IV(b) Hadoop Cluster Monitoring

Hadoop makes it practical to work with large data sets and customize the outcome without having to outsource the task to specialist service providers. Keeping operations in house helps organizations be more agile, while also avoiding the ongoing operational expense of outsourcing.

Elective – IV(c) Information security Audit & Monitoring

The course provides the need of information security audit, Categories of information security audit, Scope of information security audit and expected outcomes of Network security assessment and Role of information security.

Elective – V (a) Cloud Performance Tuning

Usually the clouds provide good performance, but something was simply overlooked and that causes the problems. The path to good cloudcomputing performance is fairly rudimentary. However, as enterprise IT hastens the move to cloud, many key steps are overlooked.

Elective – V(b) Distributed Analysis

It helps user learn to develop distributed data analysis algorithms within the prominent Map/Reduce paradigm.

Elective – V(c) Security in Cloud

To apply various security methods to ensure security in cloud computing &Students will understand and appreciate the legal and ethical environment impacting individuals as well as business organizations and have an understanding of the ethical implications of IT legal decisions.

Elective -I Introduction to Virtualization & Cloud Computing Lab

It enables students to use current technical skills and tools necessary for computing practices to critically analyze case studies to derive the best practice model to apply when developing and deploying cloud based applications.

Elective -I Scalable Storage Lab

Students will be able to verify HDFS in running and to check the health of the HDFS file system from the command line.

Elective -I Dynamic Paradigm in Cyber Security Lab

Students will be able to apply security in cyberspace, learn to increase cyber defence and cyber speed and to protect against virus, worms and spyware, data and information hiding.

Elective –III Cloud Deployment Model Lab

This course will help students to develop and deploy cloud applications using popular cloud platformsby creating and configuring virtual machines on the cloud and building private cloud.

Elective-III Distributed Processing Lab

Using this course, students will be able to write Map Reduce programs in Java and other languages and to write a streaming Map Reduce job in Python.

Elective- III IT Security & its Applications

This course enables students for remote scanning of systems to detect vulnerabilities, Watching for anomalous traffic and compromised systems on the networks, deployment of anti-virus and other security-related desktop system software, assessing IT security and assisting in development of local architectures and solutions.

Elective –V Cloud Performance Tuning Lab

This course teaches students how to increase Interoperability by reducing risks associated with business continuity of Provider or vulnerability of Platform.

Elective –V Distributed Analysis Lab

This course enables students to learn to collect, manage, store, query, and analyze various forms of big data and gain hands-on experience on large-scale analytics tools to solve some open big data problems.

Elective –V Security in Cloud

This course enables students to learn to develop more secure APIs to maintain the availability and security of a cloud service, how to detect DoSattacks,how to reduce malicious threats and about Reduction on impacts of shared resources

Subject Name

Description

Programming Paradigms

Able to apply and develop in-depth knowledge of functional, logic, and object-oriented programming paradigms. Understand design/implementation issues involved with variable allocation and binding, control flow, data types, subroutines, parameter passing etc.

Advanced Data Structures & Algorithms

It helps in understanding the concept of high level Static & Dynamic memory management, data types, algorithms and basic data structures such as arrays, linked lists, stacks and queues.

Mathematical Concepts for Computer Science

Able to apply knowledge of Statistics to solve various problems & mathematical concepts such as sets, relations, functions etc. Also describes the language accepted by automata or generated by a regular expression or a context-free grammar.

Advanced Operating Systems

Able to understand the difference between different types of Advanced  operating systems, virtual machines and their structure of implementation and applications. The main focus is on UNIX File system including advanced file processing and practice pipelining and I/O redirecting.

Advanced Computer Architecture

To have a detailed knowledge of the Advanced structure and operation of a digital computer & discuss in detail the operation of the arithmetic unit including the algorithms & implementation of fixed-point and floating-point addition, subtraction, multiplication & division.

Programming Paradigms Lab

Students will be able to work practically over various programming paradigms like imperative, object-oriented, functional and logical.

Advanced Data Structures Lab

It helps to apply various data structures like array, linked list, stack, queue, trees and graphs in projects.

Subject

Description

Advanced Computer Networks

To Study High level computer network which includes Cisco, packet tracer, boson Simulators perspective. It helps us to study different technical and connecting devices.

Elective I(A)

Modeling & Simulation

Simulation modeling is a versatile technique well suited for the study of some complex problems, to tackle previously untouched, often apparently unmanageable problems.

Elective I(B)

Distributed Computing

Able to learn the high level distributed computing  differences between concurrent, networked, distributed, and mobile, Resource allocation and deadlock detection and avoidance techniques.

Elective I(C)

Genetic Algorithms

The ultimate goal of a multi-objective optimization algorithm is to identify solutions in the optimal set. Therefore, a practical approach to multi-objective optimization is to investigate a set of solutions that represent the Pareto optimal set as well as possible.

Elective II(A)

Fault Tolerant Systems

The Aim of Fault tolerance is to maintain the working in case of failure of the system or some of its components. . If its operating quality decreases at all, the decrease is proportional to the severity of the failure, as compared to a naively designed system in which even a small failure can cause total breakdown.

Elective II(B)

Management Information  System

An integrated user-machine system for providing information to support operations, management and decision making functions in an organization. The system utilizes computerized and manual procedures; models for analysis, planning, control and decision making; and a database.

Elective II(C)

Object Oriented Software System Design

 

Enables to apply various concepts of object oriented programming in the development of large scale and efficient software systems. 

Elective III(A)

Ubiquitous Computing

In ubiquitous computing, the main objective is to provide users the ability to access services and resources. Ubiquitous  computing  is recent paradigms with a goal to provide computing and communication services anytime and everywhere

Elective III(B)

Software Project Management

It describes how to develop project by the use of Software Engineering & also the ability to gather and specify requirements of the software projects. It Provide design software requirements with existing tools.

Elective III(C)

Multimedia Technology

 

It enables to identify and use the elements and principles of design in multimedia & also identify terminology associated with the concepts, techniques, and processes used throughout the multimedia environment.

Elective III(D)

Pervasive Computing

 

In Pervasive computing, the main objective is to provide users the ability to access services and resources all the time and irrespective to their location.

Advanced Computer Network Lab

Able to Implement various routing protocols. Working over networking and inter – networking devices. Able to understand client – server programming using TCP and UDP sockets.

Genetic Algorithms Lab

Students will be able to apply and implement various Genetic Algorithms concepts like cross-over, mutation over various application and research oriented programs.

Subject Description

Elective –IV(A)

Mobile Computing

Discuss the characteristics and attributes of mobile computing and m-commerce & Describe the drivers of mobile computing. Understand the technologies that support mobile computing & Describe wireless standards and transmission networks.

Elective –IV(B)

E-commerce & ERP

 

Help to understand why information systems are so important today for business and management & Evaluate the role of the major types of information systems in a business environment and their relationship to each other & Assess the impact of the Internet and Internet technology on business electronic commerce and electronic business.

Elective –IV(C)

Advanced Java

 

It describes the high level concepts of java Programming which includes Servlets, syntax, idioms, patterns, and styles and to become comfortable with object oriented programming & also to write programs using object-based techniques including classes, objects and inheritance. To develop applets & to create java server pages.

Elective-V (A)

Ad Hoc Networks

 

 

Able to understand the routing concept of mobile Ad Hoc network & also to understand the reliable and unreliable communication in mobile ad hoc network. Creates the security mechanism for mobile Ad Hoc network & understand the solutions to improve the quality of service in mobile Ad Hoc network.

Elective –V(B)

Network Programming

 

 

 

The goal is to introduce the basics of computer networks and internet programming. Also describes the multi-tier application development and RPC technologies including: RMI, CORBA, EJB, and Web Services.

Elective –V(C)

Neural Networks

 

It provides a comprehensive foundation to Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Leaning with applications to Pattern Recognition and Data Mining. Learning processes: supervised and unsupervised, deterministic and statistical. Clustering, Least-Mean-square, back propagation.

Elective –Vi(A)

Network Security & Cryptography

Identify factors driving the need for network security & types of attacks. Compare and contrast symmetric and asymmetric encryption systems and their vulnerability to attack.F

 

Elective- Vi(B)

Digital Signal Processing

It introduces the basic concepts and techniques for processing signals on a computer. It covers digital filter design, transform-domain processing and importance of Signal Processors.

Elective –V(C)

Embedded Systems

 

It describes the differences between the general computing system and the embedded system. Also recognize the classification of embedded systems. It became aware of interrupts, hyper threading and software optimization.

Network Programming Lab

It enables to use network programming concepts to develop and implement distributed applications, to develop and implement next generation protocols required for emerging applications models and evaluate performance of networking systems.

Project

Student will undergo a research oriented project in a particular research area which will help them for performing further research activities.

Subject Description

Dissertation & Comprehensive Viva- Voce

Master the critical ideas of computational thinking and algorithmic approaches for problem solving. Demonstrate broad knowledge of a particular research field. Critically analyze published research in the particular interested area..

Sr. No.

Name of Lab

Description

1

Mobile Apps Development Lab

This laboratory helps students to get familiarize with creation of Mobile apps, how to use them & how to update them.

2

Cloud Computing Lab

This laboratory will help students to develop and deploy cloud applications using popular cloud platforms by creating and configuring virtual machines on the cloud and building private cloud.

3

Chrome Operating System Lab

This lab enables students to gain knowledge about an online showroom of web browser based experiments, interactive programs, and artistic projects. It is also used to test the limits of JavaScript and the Google Chrome browser's performance and abilities.

4

Big Data & Analytics Lab

It helps students to understand Big Data and Hadoop ecosystem, work with Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) & write MapReduce programs and implementing HBase.

5

C++ Programming Lab

This laboratory familiarizes students with concepts of Class, Objects, Inheritance, and polymorphism & teaches students about Virtual classes, Abstract classes.

6

iOS Lab

This laboratory aimed at developing innovative software that meets the requirements for the iOS app market.

7

Data Structure Lab

The aim of this laboratory is to familiarize students to create Stack, Queue & implement Linked List. It is also used to implement Tree, Graphs for real time problems.

8

Computer Programming Lab

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of C programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

9

Computer Algorithm Lab

This laboratory visualizes the nature of different types of searching, sorting and techniques & applies different asymptotic notations to get better results.

10

Java Programing Lab

This laboratory helps to demonstrate how to write programs including classes, objects and inheritance & to develop applets & to create java server pages. This laboratory helps students to get familiarize with creation of Mobile apps, how to use them & how to update them.

11

Microprocessor Interfacing Lab

This laboratory helps to students to gain knowledge about programming proficiency using the various addressing modes and data transfer instructions of the 8085, 8051 and 8086 assembly language.

12

Web Technology Lab

Student will be able to develop websites using various web technologies like PHP, HTML, Javascript and CSS.

13

UNIX & LINUX Shell programming Lab

This laboratory teaches students about different operating types along with resource allocation, memory utilization, deadlock, Fragmentation with the inclusion of different UNIX operating system commands.

14

Computer Network Lab

This laboratory helps students to get a detailed knowledge about Computer Networks Lab Including Simulators like Boson & Cisco Packet Tracer. Students will be able to learn concepts of switches, bridge, Routers, VLAN, Inter-VLAN, and firewall.

15

Software Engineering Lab

Students will be able to develop DFD, ERP Systems and able to test software using various software testing techniques.

16

Operating System Lab

Students will be able to understand and gain practical experience with designing and implementing concepts of operating systems such as system calls, CPU scheduling, process management, memory management, file systems and deadlock handling using C language in Linux environment.

17

Project Lab

To enhance students knowledge to use modern tools necessary to develop computer projects. Students will be able to make comprehensive use of the technical knowledge gained from previous courses.

18

Oracle Lab

This laboratory help students to use SQL Queries, Connect Databases to implement normalization, concurrency control and recovery based algorithm to support data on the back end.

19

Switching Theory & Digital Design Lab

This laboratory helps to impart the concept of digital logic circuit, sequential circuit, combinational logic circuit and synchronous state machines using flip-flops to students.

20

Neural Network Lab

The aim of this laboratory is to familiarize students with the use of learning strategies to enhance visual performance.

21

Computer Graphics Lab

The aim of this laboratory is to familiarize students with the concepts underlying modern Computer Graphics and Machine Vision.

 

 

Conferences Organized

Name of Conference

Date of Conference

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/1/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/3/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

 

 

Guest Lectures

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines

Date of Lecture

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2017

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

9/3/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

9/3/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

8/3/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28rd Feb 2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/1/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

5/8/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/7/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/5/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/2/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

3/2/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/1/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/1/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/9/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/8/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/8/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/8/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

6/2/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/1/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

2/4/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

7/2/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/1/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/1/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/9/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/7/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/4/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/3/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/2/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/5/2010

 

 

Workshop's Organized

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06th to 10th February 2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03-07 Oct. 2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/9/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17th ,24th September, 2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

1/8/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/3/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

6/2/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

2/2/2016 & 3/2/2016

Vedic Mathematics

5/11/2015 & 6/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/9/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23rd to 27th February 2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

3rd to 7th March 2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

4/3/2017 & 5/3/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

3rd -5th April 2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/3/2011 & 22/3/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

8/3/2011 & 9/3/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

3/9/2015 & 4/9/2015

 

Name of Project

Description

Doc Assist

Doc Assist is an android based application which helps in utilizing the time wasted during emergency. It consists of three modules Hospital, Doctor, & Person. Any person can report the emergency case so that any hospital and doctors can prepare themselves before the arrival of patient to the hospital. Hospital can be prepared for the upcoming needs of the patient.

Feel Free

Feel Free is a supporting network, where people may share the light and dark moments of their life with this helpful community. Basically it is a social networking website of sympathisers.

Android Based Smart Parking System

A smart parking system has been designed using the time driven sequence method which solves the problem of parking using slot allocation method. This app is used to implement a prototype of Smart Parking System based on Reservation (SPSR) that allows drivers to effectively find and reserve the vacant parking spaces with the help of IoT (Internet of Things) with slot allocation method and performs automatic billing process.

 

  1. Cloud Computing
  2. Grid Computing
  3. Image Processing
  4. Software Engineering
  5. Wireless Sensor Network
  6. Ad Hoc Network
  7. Network Security

The ECE Department came into existence in 1995 to provide quality education & training in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. Since its inception, the ECE Department has contributed in various research works and has been consistent in imparting Quality Technical Education.

The Department has always kept pace with current technological trends and encouraged students to broaden their horizon, innovate and implement their ideas. 
Major Strengths
  • The department utilizes its state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities to the fullest to provide best learning environment to the students. The facilities include Wi-Fi Campus, air-conditioned ICT equipped lecture theaters, and Computer Labs with all the latest industry orientated software like VHDL, MATLAB, Xilinx, VisSim, LABVIEW, MULTISIM etc.
  • The experienced and highly qualified faculty has strong research oriented inclination, which helps them to impart quality technical education and exposure to the students. Their expertise aims to play pivotal role in development of budding Engineers and emphasize on critical thinking.
  • The Department maintains a great rapport with industries and R&D organizations. The Department has an MOU with AICTE-BSNL under “Employ-ability Enhancement Training Program (EETP)” and has collaboration on “Virtual Labs” with IIT Delhi. Department has established “Centre of Excellence” in collaboration with National Instrument (NI), Bangalore. In addition to that the Department has also established Texas Instruments Innovation Centre (TIIC) (A partner of Texas Instruments India University Program). These collaborations have created ample opportunities in various Public sector undertaking like BSNL, BEL, DRDO, ISRO etc. 
  • The Department has been arranging various academic refinement activities like National Conferences, Short Term Courses, Faculty development Programs, sponsored by MHRD/AICTE/ISTE. The Department is also the Nodal center for ICT based FDP/workshops in collaboration with NITTTR, Chandigarh under MHRD.
  • The Department focuses on the overall development of budding engineers and emphasize on critical thinking, communication skills, creativity, ethical and professional behavior. Due to these efforts students are getting placements in core companies as well as IT companies like Infosys, Microsoft, Click Labs, RRB energy, Cognizant, J K technosoft, IBM, Genpact, e-Clerx, KPIT, Lava, Oasis Electronics etc.
  • It has more than 500 publications in various reputed International and National journal and conference proceedings.
  • The Department involves students to work on live projects in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. Students have designed various projects like Touch based controlled wheel chair, blind stick FEEL FREE (social network of sympathizer) for the well being of society.

The salient feature of the program is Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which provides flexibility to allow the students to select courses and move at an optimum pace suited to their interest, ability and capacity.

Subject Name

Description

Elementary Mathematics

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory. 

Applied Physics-I

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Engineering Graphics

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning.

Engineering Mechanics

Students have practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Computer Programming

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Communication Skills

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

Subject Name

Description

Differential Equations

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations.

Applied Physics -II

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elementary Biology

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

EVS (Through swayam)

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Material Science

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials. 

Business Communication & Preset Skill 

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Basic Simulation Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Advance Computer Programming Lab /SAP

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of c programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

Subject Name

Description

Optimized & Calculus of Variable

Application of abstract mathematical theory to optimization problems of calculus of variations and control theory. Abstract nonlinear programming and applications to control systems described by ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and functional differential equations. Dynamic programming.

Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions

Familiarizes the students about the analysis on Complex Number field; impart the understanding of techniques to evaluate integrals involving complex valued functions.

Electronic Devices

This course introduces the basics of semiconductor devices such as diodes, transistors and FETs and teaches the applications of semiconductor devices such as amplifiers.

Analog Electronics

This course introduces the basic building blocks of linear integrated circuits and teaches the linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers. In addition to that the course also introduced the theory and applications of 555 Timer, special ICs like 8038, Universal Active Filters, PLL and familiarization with the concept of ADC and DAC.

Signals and Systems

This course develops an understanding to describe signals mathematically and to perform mathematical operations on signals and helps students to understand the system properties such as linearity, time invariance, with or without memory, causality, bounded-input bounded-output and stability.

Networks Analysis & Synthesis

This course familiarizes students with network synthesis and filter design. Provides students the exposure to the electrical networks and analyzes passive networks and their parameters.

Personality Development

Ability to recognize self capabilities and their evaluation. Ability to understand chosen career pathways through adherence to the codes of conduct and behavior.

Analog Electronics Lab

This course familiarizes the students with the knowledge of various Integrated circuits and develops the designing skills in the students. It also makes the students able to simulate the circuit with the help of Multisim software.

Electronic Devices Lab

This course intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET etc for performing various functions. The course also provides the practical exposure on existing or future analog circuits.

PCB Designing Lab

This course aware the students with the software available for simulation and PCB designing and teaches students about the PCB designing, component mounting and soldering.

Subject Name

Description

Complex Analysis

This course is an introductory course on Complex Analysis. It introduces students to the complex numbers system and varieties of operations, analyses and problems that may arise within the context. It also equips the students with mathematical techniques and skills to handles such cases.

Computer Organization & Architecture

This course familiarizes students with the basic knowledge of computer organization, CPU concepts with instruction fetching and decoding. Make students to understand and built the concepts of microprogramming control, memory system, addressing modes and I/O organization sets.

Digital Signal Processing

This course is used to understand the meaning and implications of the properties of systems and signals, understand the Transform domain and its significance and problems related to computational complexity.

The design of linear digital filters FIR and IIR using different techniques and their associated structures, concept of Multi-rate signal processing and sample rate conversion.

Digital Electronics

This course develops an ability to analyze and design combinational and sequential logic circuits. The course also provides an exposure to computer logic circuits design and practical digital circuit design.

Principles of Communication

This course familiarizes students with analog modulation schemes and working of different analog transmitters and receivers. Make students aware about the noise and its impact over communication system.

Electromagnetic Theory

This course visualizes the nature of electromagnetic field and helps to analyze complex circuits and transmission lines concept using circuit theory.

Digital Signal Processing Lab

This lab introduces basics of MATLAB programming, make students able to program digital signal processing algorithm in MATLAB.

Digital Electronics Lab

This course will impart the concepts of digital electronics practically and train students with all the equipments which will help in improving the basic knowledge. It also provides students basic experimental experiences in the operation of various families of digital circuits.

Project

To introduce students a knowledge to use modern tools necessary for electronics projects. Students will be able to make comprehensive use of the technical knowledge gained from previous courses.

Subject Name

Description

Discrete Mathematics

The purpose of this course is to understand and use (abstract) discrete structures. In particular, this course is meant to introduce logic, proofs, sets, relations, functions, counting, and probability.

Probability and Statistics

This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. The course emphasizes on probabilistic foundations required to understand probability models and statistical methods.

Control Systems

This subject deals with the control system which is used in almost every project in the industries these days and also in our day to day life.

Introduction to Digital Communication

To study the analog and digital transformation through sampling and quantization process, the essential digital communication concepts by understanding the elements of Digital Communication System.

Fiber Optic Communication

This course makes familiarization with optical fibers, their structures and working. The various optical sources, the optical amplifier & their applications.

Mathematics Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Communications Lab

It demonstrates Digital Communication concepts by hands-on experience using kits and using simulation environments such as MATLAB/Simulink/VisSim.

Project

The purpose of the course is to develop an understanding of independent research through the study of a particular Electronics Engineering topic of interest. The special project is an exercise in the professional application of specialist skills and experience developed in Electronics Engineering program. Research topics will be mainly based on principal experimental, theoretical or applied, will be chosen in consultation with a project supervisor.

Subject Name

Description

Fuzzy Maths

This course provides the fundamentals of classical set theory and fuzzy set theory.

VLSI Design

This course deals with principles and operation of MOSFET with their types, Electrical behavior and fabrication. Scaling in VLSI with delay, Stick Diagrams, Design rules and Layout.

Antennas and Wave Propagation

This course is meant to orient the students to take off in the areas of Antenna & wave propagation with concise description of different types of antennas. The course also provides various techniques involved in various Antenna Parameter measurement.

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

This course Introduces the fundamentals of microprocessors with the detailed description of 8-bit and 16-bit microprocessors, their architecture and programming. The course also introduces the concept of interfacing and various types of peripheral devices used with microprocessors.

It also provides understanding the basic operation of a microcontroller system and fundamental programming skills.

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab

This course makes the students to understand and gain knowledge about experiments with Microprocessor and Microcontrollers kits and Software as per the industry requirements.

Project

Project involves integration and implementation of knowledge and skills acquired during the degree program. It involves group work with hands on experience on some live projects in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Subject Name

Description

Mobile Communication & Networks

Introduction to fundamental concepts of wireless communication technologies and its applications. Familiarize the students with the concepts and the issues involved in the design of wireless networks.

Project

Students will develop and practice electronics engineering design skills by working on a team based project.

Communication Networks Project Laboratory

This course familiarizes students with transmission media, connector, Hubs, Switches, Implementation of client server applications with TCP/UDP Socket Programming in a standalone Machine.

Subject Name

Description

Industrial Project (24 Week)

Provide vital experiential learning opportunity, an educational strategy that links classroom learning and student interest with the acquisition of knowledge in an applied work setting like a company, industry, non-profit, governmental, or community-based organization related to the field of Electronics & Communication Engineering.

Subject Name

Description

Information Theory & Coding

This course understand the concept of Probability and Random Processes, analyze the source coding techniques and Construct the various channel coding schemes such as block codes, cyclic codes and convolutional codes.

IC Technology

This course aims at understanding the manufacturing methods and their underlying scientific principles in the context of technologies used in VLSI chip fabrication.

Speech & Audio Processing

Introduction to basic characteristics of speech signal in relation to production and hearing of speech by humans. Description of basic algorithms of speech analysis common to many applications.

Image & Video Processing

This course provides the fundamentals of Digital Image Processing system and also the principles of image acquisition system and imaging technologies used in various fields.

Mixed Signal Design

This course develops a basic understanding of active semiconductor devices. Focuses on building an understanding of BJT and CMOS devices in both digital and analog applications.

Industrial Electronics

This course introduces the basic theory of power semiconductor devices and passive components, their practical application in Industrial electronics.

Adaptive Signal Processing

This course introduces real life applications involve both analog and digital circuits; this course aims to introduce the problems in implementing both in a single silicon wafer.

Embedded System

Introduction to the basic concepts of embedded systems with different peripheral interfaces to embedded systems.

Robotics

This course covers fundamentals of robot working, programming and integration in a manufacturing process.

HDL

This course is an introduction to the HDL language. The emphasis is on writing synthesizable code and enough simulation code to write a viable test-bench.

Multimedia Communication

Introduction to fundamental concepts of Multimedia communication and to understand various audio/video coding techniques.

Microwave Theory & Technique

This course gives an understanding of microwave components and circuits in terms of scattering parameters, electrical characteristics of waveguides and transmission lines.

Biomedical Engineering

Introduction of basic signal processing techniques for bio-medical signals. Familiarization with various medical equipments and their technical aspects and knowledge of physiological system of human body

Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic

Introduction to the neural networks and fuzzy logic. To familiarize the students with fundamentals of Fuzzy systems, Fuzzy sets and Fuzzy Relations.

Telecommunication Switching & Networks

Introduction to fundamental concepts of electronic switching and to familiarize the students with the working of electronic exchange and gain knowledge about other telecommunication concepts.

Subject Name

Description

Advanced Optical Communication

This course makes familiarization with optical fibers, their structures and working. The various optical sources, the optical amplifier & their applications.

Advanced Digital Signal Processing

This course is used to understand the meaning and implications of the properties of systems and signals, understand the Transform domain and its significance and problems related to computational complexity.

The design of linear digital filters FIR and IIR using different techniques and their associated structures, concept of Multi-rate signal processing & its Applications.

Data Communication Networks

This course develops an understanding of modern digital networks, data communication technologies and how to use them to: Implement, Operate, Manage networks.

Advanced Optical  Communication Lab

This Lab provides information about various types of fibers, setting up of fiber optical links for digital and analog transmission and study of fiber connectorisation kit.

Advanced Digital Signal Processing Lab

 

This Lab deals with practical implementation of  properties of systems and signals, Transform domain and its significance and problems related to computational complexity using MatLab software.

Subject Name

Description

Multimedia Communication System

Introduction to fundamental concepts of Multimedia communication and to understand various audio/video coding techniques.

Satellite Communication

Introduction to fundamental concepts of Evolution and Growth of Satellite Communication, Space Segment, Earth Segment, Space Link, Satellite Applications.

Optical Networks

Develop an understanding of Three Generation of Digital Transport Network, Architecture of Optical Transport Networks (OTNs), WDM   Networks, Network Topologies and Protection Schemes, Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) in Optical Networks.

Advanced Communication Lab

This lab provides students the concept of modulation and demodulation of various analog and digital modulation techniques using MATLAB.

Simulation Lab-I

Enable the students to model, simulate and test the Electronics & Instrumentation based design and provide a design flexibility using graphical programming language.

Subject Name

Description

Digital Image Processing

This course provides the fundamentals of Digital Image Processing system and also the principles of image acquisition system and imaging technologies used in various fields.

Research Seminar

Involves delivery of seminar by student on any current and advanced topic in technology related to the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Project

The Project involves integration and implementation of knowledge and skills acquired during the degree program. It involves group work with hands on experience on some live projects in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Simulation Lab-II

Design and analyze various modulation schemes using Vissim software.

Subject Name

Description

Dissertation

The candidate has to demonstrate a technical presentation of their selected project topic using three steps: Problem formulation, work methodology and results.

 

Subject Name

Description

Any Two of the following Elective Papers for 1st Semster

Network Security

This course develops an understanding of Security Trends, Cryptography, encryption and decryption and Authentication basics.

Wireless and Mobile Communication

Introduction to fundamental concepts of wireless communication technologies, mobile radio propagation and its applications. Familiarize the students with the concepts and the issues involved in the design of wireless networks.

Advanced RADAR system

This course familiarize the students with Radar Transmitter & receiver, target detection and estimation techniques used in radar communication.

Electronic System Design

This course develops an ability to analyze and design combinational and sequential logic circuits. The course also provides an exposure to computer logic circuits design, PAL, PLA testing and practical digital circuit design.

Information Theory and Coding

This course understand the concept of Probability and Random Processes, analyze the source coding techniques and Construct the various channel coding schemes such as block codes, cyclic codes and convolutional codes.

Hardware Description Language(HDL)

This course develops the concept of VHDL basics, basic language elements, behavioral modeling, dataflow modeling, structural modeling, verilog basics and programming using verilog.

Any Two of the following Elective Papers for 2nd Semster

Biomedical Engineering

Introduction of basic signal processing techniques for bio-medical signals. Familiarization with various medical equipments and their technical aspects and knowledge of physiological system of human body.

Digital VLSI Design

This course deals with principles and operation of MOSFET with their types, Electrical behaviour and fabrication. Scaling in VLSI with delay, Stick Diagrams, Design rules and Layout.

Wireless Networks

This course deals with principles and operation of Wireless Communication, Cellular Wireless Networks and Wave propagation, Wireless LAN and Modulation Techniques, Wireless System operations and Application.

Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic

Introduction to the neural networks and fuzzy logic. To familiarize the students with fundamentals of Fuzzy systems, Fuzzy sets and Fuzzy Relations.

Detection and Estimation Theory

Develop an understanding of the methods of probability and statistics which are used to model engineering problems.

Speech Processing

Introduction to basic characteristics of speech signal in relation to production and hearing of speech by humans. Description of basic algorithms of speech analysis common to many applications.

Any One of the following Elective Papers for 3rd Semster

Advanced Antenna System

Introduction about basic principles of antennas, their fundamental characteristics, parameters and microstrip antenna structures.

Embedded Systems

Introduction to the basic concepts of embedded systems with different peripheral interfaces to embedded systems.

Nano Electronics

Introduction to fundamental concepts of Nano-electronics and to familiarize the student with the working of nano materials, nano devices and nanofabrication techniques.

Soft Computing

Introduction to basic concepts of soft computing, various types of soft computing techniques, applications of soft computing, neural networks, fuzzy systems and genetic algorithm concepts.

Research Methodology

An Introduction Objectives of Research, Types of Research, Research Design,  Need for Research Design, Measurement and Scaling Techniques,  Methods of Data Collection and Analysis.

Advanced Microprocessors

This course deals with various types of microprocessors, coprocessors, their working and types of memories associated with them.

S. No.

Name of Lab

Description

1

Analog Electronics Lab

This laboratory familiarizes the students with the knowledge of various Integrated circuits and develops the designing skills in the students. It also trains the students in designing and assembling analog electronic circuits for practical applications.

2

Electronic Devices Lab

This laboratory intends to provide an overview of the principles, operation and application of the analog building blocks like diodes, BJT, FET etc for performing various functions.

3

PCB Designing Lab

This laboratory teaches students about the PCB designing, component mounting and soldering and also awares the students with the software available for simulation and PCB designing.

4

Digital Signal Processing Lab

This Laboratory aims to teach students about Digital Signal Processing, implementing various signal processing algorithms on the computer as well as on DSP trainer kits. This lab also makes students able to program digital signal processing algorithm in MATLAB software.

5

Digital Electronics Lab

This Laboratory provides a platform for the students to have hands on experience with digital ICs. The students will be able to have a better understanding about the concepts learned and they will gain experience in designing, testing and realizing digital circuits.

6

Communications Lab

This laboratory gives exposure to various modulation, demodulation techniques used in communication system. It also develops knowledge about pre-emphasis and de-emphasis circuits. It also demonstrates digital communication concepts by hands-on experience using kits and using simulation environments such as MATLAB/Simulink/VisSim.

7

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab

This laboratory makes the students to work and gain knowledge about industry oriented advanced processors and controllers using embedded kits and softwares.

8

Communication Networks Project Laboratory

This laboratory makes students familiar with wireless networks and their design challenges. It also enhance the student knowledge about mobile networks: GPS, GSM, CDMA, Bluetooth .

9

Project

Project laboratory involves integration and implementation of knowledge and skills acquired during the degree program. It involves group work with hands on experience on some live projects in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

 

Conferences Organized

Name of Conference

Date of Conference

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/1/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/3/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

 

 

Guest Lectures

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines

Date of Lecture

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2017

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

9/3/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

9/3/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

8/3/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28rd Feb 2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/1/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

5/8/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/7/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/5/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/2/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

3/2/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/1/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/1/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/9/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/8/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/8/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/8/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

6/2/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/1/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

2/4/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

7/2/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/1/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/1/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/9/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/7/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/4/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/3/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/2/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/5/2010

 

 

Workshop's Organized

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06th to 10th February 2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03-07 Oct. 2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/9/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17th ,24th September, 2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

1/8/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/3/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

6/2/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

2/2/2016 & 3/2/2016

Vedic Mathematics

5/11/2015 & 6/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/9/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23rd to 27th February 2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

3rd to 7th March 2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

4/3/2017 & 5/3/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

3rd -5th April 2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/3/2011 & 22/3/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

8/3/2011 & 9/3/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

3/9/2015 & 4/9/2015

 

Name of Project

Description of Project

GUI Controlled Robotic Arm

GUI Controlled Robotic Arm consists of a robotic arm with 2 degree of freedom can be controlled independently by the MatLab graphic user interface  and is able to pick any object from the ground plane. This robotic arm contains high torque DC motors that are able to climb upto 45o inclined plane and are able to pick 1kg of object.

FEEL FREE (social network of sympathizer)

Feel free is a supportive network where people may share the light and the dark moments of life with our helpful community. Here people find a path connecting you to kind people and helping you develop new skills to solve one’s problem.

Wheel chair

The chair is used for patients with moving controls on hand. Touch based controls are on arm of chair, so patient can control movement of chair by hand.

Blind stick

It has functions of object detection, water sensor and light sensors. Visually impaired person can detect the presence of objects or human beings.

Thermoelectric refrigerator

It depends on thermoelectric effect. Temperature controls by sensor and degrades by itself from 24 to 16 degree celcius.

Arduino based GSM Controlled Robotic Car

The function of project is to control the vehicle from anywhere in the world. The main movement is controlled by Arduino which gets the signal through GSM module. Its applications are in defence, industries, health care etc.

 

The ECE Department offers strong research programmes leading to M.Tech in ECE and Ph.D degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering. A large number of Ph.D scholars are currently engaged  in cutting edge research in the Department.  In addition to the well equipped curriculum related laboratories, the Department has many states of art facilities for assisting research and development.

The broad thrust areas of research in ECE Department are:

  • Antenna Designing
  • Wireless Communication Networks
  • Soft Computing
  • Signal Processing

 

The Department came into existence in the year 2007. Since then, the department has made a rapid progress in the field of research and teaching. Most of the faculty members are Ph.D.s from renowned universities. The Department has a credit of more than 230 research papers published in international and national journals of repute and a number of books from renowned publishers.

Key Features:

The Department is:

  • Enhancing communication skills through multimedia language lab.
  • Grooming personality through training.
  • Enriching Managerial skills like interpersonal/leadership/motivation/attitude.
  • Providing quality research to a number of Research scholars and through a no. of quality publications.
  • Disseminating research through BRICS Journal of Education.
  • Developing national and international network by organizing state level, national level and international level conferences and seminars.
  • Inculcating social and moral values through Yoga Club/Women Cell/Gender Sensitization Committee/Cleanliness Drive.
  • Imparting knowledge of current and general issues through Literary Club activities like paper presentations/quiz/essay writing/debates/group discussions/etc. at university/state/national level.

 

Lab Name

Description

Multimedia Language Lab

There are two computerized language labs fully based on software at M.M. Engineering, Mullana. The purpose of the language lab is to improve the communication skills of the students which further develops their overall personality. The emphasis is on spoken English through various activities like daily pronunciation and speaking practice, role play, review exercises, audios and self study. The objective is achieved through a combination of alternating Grammar and Vocabulary sessions.

The concept of learning English language through software is entirely new as it makes teaching-learning process very interesting. The Words Worth Software used in the language labs is a combination of Instructor Led Training(ILT) and Computer Based Training(CBT). The topic introduced in one session through ILT is further provided to the students for practice in the form of CBT. The software is divided into three levels -- Basic, Intermediate and Advanced comprising various topics based on listening, reading, speaking and writing. These activities help the students in acquiring good knowledge of English language for professional success. However, the role of the teachers in this process cannot be ignored as they play a vital role between the software and the students.

 

Conferences Organized

Name of Conference

Date of Conference

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/1/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/3/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

 

 

Guest Lectures

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines

Date of Lecture

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2017

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

9/3/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

9/3/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

8/3/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28rd Feb 2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/1/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

5/8/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/7/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/5/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/2/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

3/2/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/1/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/1/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/9/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/8/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/8/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/8/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

6/2/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/1/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

2/4/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

7/2/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/1/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/1/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/9/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/7/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/4/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/3/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/2/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/5/2010

 

 

Workshop's Organized

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06th to 10th February 2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03-07 Oct. 2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/9/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17th ,24th September, 2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

1/8/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/3/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

6/2/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

2/2/2016 & 3/2/2016

Vedic Mathematics

5/11/2015 & 6/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/9/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23rd to 27th February 2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

3rd to 7th March 2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

4/3/2017 & 5/3/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

3rd -5th April 2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/3/2011 & 22/3/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

8/3/2011 & 9/3/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

3/9/2015 & 4/9/2015

 

No Project

  1. Poetry/Drama/Fiction in English Literature
  2. Postcolonial/Poststructuralist/Diasporic Studies
  3. Gender and Culture

The  Department of Mathematics came into existence in 2008 to provide quality education in the field of Mathematics. Department is enriched with renowned publications and distinguished faculty members. Most of the faculty members are doctorates from renowned universities. Presently, the Department offers Ph.D. Programme and M.Sc. (Mathematics). The Department has credit of publication of more than 270 papers in National and International journals of repute. The Department is committed to foster creative and innovative research in various fields of Mathematics.

M.Sc Mathematics

Subject Name Description

Advanced Abstract Algebra

This course will provide information about groups,sub groups,characteristics of a field, prime subfield and ideal theory in the polynomial ring. It also imparts knowledge about modules.

Real Analysis

This course will provide information about the properties of  real numbers, series of real numbers. It also imparts knowledge about convergence and divergence of series,  differentiability of real functions and related problems.

Topology

 This course will provide information about basic concepts of topological spaces. Students will become competent in writing proofs and to apply special imagination to theory.

Complex Analysis

This course will provide information about real numbers and to learn techniques of complex analysis that make practical problems easy to learn.

Differential Equations

This course will provide information about  Ordinary differential equation and its applications in different fields.

Subject Name

Description

Measure theory and Integration

This course will provide information about  main properties of the measure theory. It also imparts knowledge about lebague integration.

Differential Geometry

This course will provide information about geometric quantities such as length, curvature and Torsion associated to planar and spatial curves.

Partial differential Equations

This course will provide information about importance of Partial differential equation and its applications in different field  of science.

Discrete Mathematics

This course will provide information about basic concepts of set theory,logic,proof techniques, binary relations, graph and trees. It also imparts knowledge about effective use of appropriate technology, produce convincing arguments, conceive and/or analyses basic mathematical proofs and discriminate between valid and unreliable arguments.

Analytical Mechanics and Variational Methods

This course will provide information about the variational techniques and mechanics that exists in different fields of science.

Subject Name

Description

Functional Analysis

This course will provide information about bounded linear maps between topological linear spaces of various kinds. This provides the basic tools for the development of such areas such as quantum mechanics, harmonic analysis and stochastic calculus.

Integral Transforms

This course will provide information about Integral transforms so that the knowledge can be used in different fields of Science.

Optimization Techniques

This course will provide information about solution of real life problems related to business using various optimization techniques.

Subject Name

Description

Integral Equation

This course will provide information about the integral equation that exists in different fields of science.

Operation Research 

This course will provide information how to solve real life problems related to business using various optimization techniques.

Theoretical Seismology

This course will provide information about basic concepts in Theoretical Seismology, including plane waves, harmonic wave, P-waves, SV-waves, progressive waves and stationary waves. This course will present and emphasize those topics in order to aid the student in his future mathematical studies.

Subject Name

Description

Any Two of the following Elective Papers for 3rd Semster

Mathematical Statistics

This course will prepare students for life long learning and successful careers using their mathematical and statistical skills.

Solid Mechanics

 This course will provide information about stress and strain of materials, properties of area, principal axes and moments of inertia, tension and compression, strain  energy, torsion.

Commutative Algebra

This course will provide information about algebraic structures.It also imparts knowledge about Noetherian and Aritinian rings and modules over such rings.

Fuzzy Sets

This course will provide information about Fuzzy Sets,Fuzzy logic,Fuzzy decision,Fuzzy logic technology and Fuzzy system design methodologies there by better preparing them for rapidly  evolving high tech information based on financial market and modern Industry.

Mathematical Finance and Insurance

This course will provide information about theoretical and practical aspects of Mathematical models and Analytical methods.

Sepherical Trigonometry and Astronomy

This course will provide information about the Spherical easel technology tool to form different Geometric objects on the surface of a sphere and give knowledge about some objects in Spherical Geometry.

Any Two of the following Elective Papers for 4th Semster

Fluid Mechanics


This course will provide information about nature of a fluid, general analysis of fluid motion, the analysis of the behavior of fluids is based on the fundamental laws of mechanics which relate continuity of mass and energy with force and momentum together with the familiar solid mechanics properties.

Theory of vibration with applications

This course will provide information about Mathematical Models and solution methods to study vibration of the mechanical systems.

Programming and its Applications 

This course will provide information how to express programming concepts and choose among alternative ways to express things.

Cryptography

This course will provide information about the techniques and some of the foundations of the cryptographic methods .

Wavelets

This course will provide information how to pursue the more theoretical aspects such as Fourier Analysis.

Graph Theory

This course will provide information about graphs as a powerful tool that can be used to solve practical problems in various fields.

Number Theory

This course will provide information about basic concepts of number theory. Students are able to apply theoretical knowledge to problems related to computer security.

 

Conferences Organized

Name of Conference

Date of Conference

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/1/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/3/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

 

 

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

 

 

Guest Lectures

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines

Date of Lecture

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2017

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

9/3/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

9/3/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

8/3/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28rd Feb 2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/1/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

5/8/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/7/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/5/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/2/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

3/2/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/1/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/1/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/9/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/8/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/8/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/8/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

6/2/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/1/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

2/4/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

7/2/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/1/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/1/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/9/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/7/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/4/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/3/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/2/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/5/2010

 

 

Workshop's Organized

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06th to 10th February 2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03-07 Oct. 2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/9/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17th ,24th September, 2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

1/8/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/3/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

6/2/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

2/2/2016 & 3/2/2016

Vedic Mathematics

5/11/2015 & 6/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/9/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23rd to 27th February 2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

3rd to 7th March 2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

4/3/2017 & 5/3/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

3rd -5th April 2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/3/2011 & 22/3/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

8/3/2011 & 9/3/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

3/9/2015 & 4/9/2015

 

No Project

  1. Scheduling Theory
  2. Queueing Theory
  3. Fixed Point Theory
  4. Fluid Mechanics
  5. Solid Mechanics
  6. Information Theory
  7. Non Linear Partial Differential Equations

Overview of Department

The Department of Chemistry was established in 1995 as one of the Department under Applied Sciences. Department focuses to impart academic training as per the current industry and research environment in the interdisciplinary areas of chemistry. The Department offers undergraduate (B.Sc. Medical and Non-Medical), post graduate (M. Sc. Chemistry (Major in Organic and Physical Chemistry and MSc Pharmaceutical Chemistry, BSc-MSc integrated programme) and PhD programmes. It also caters to first year engineering, nursing, DMLT, Biotechnology and BSc in Agriculture Science and Business management students.

 

 

 

Course Title

                       Course Objective

Biodiversity(Microbes, Algae, Fungi andArchegoniate)

The course objective is to develop an understanding of diversity of microorganisms including virus, bacteria, algae and fungi. Students should be able to understand the habitat, morphological features and reproduction and also classification of the microbes specified in the syllabus.

Biodiversity- Botany Practical

This course helps to  familiarize the students with :

The basic concept of T-Phage and TMV, Types of Bacteria from temporary/permanent slides/photographs and Gram staining of bacteria.Specimen of algae, fungi, bryophytes, pteridophytes and gymnosperms

Biodiversity-Animals

The course aims to enlighten the students about wide range of animals and their similarities, differences, and environmental adaptations. This course gives an overview of the invertebrate and vertebrate animals, including sponges, cnidarians, flatworms, nematodes, annelids, molluscs, arthropods, echinoderms, minor protostome and deuterostome groups, invertebrate chordates, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.

Biodiversity-Animals Lab

Laboratory practical work mainly emphasizes on observational and investigatory approaches to study the features (characteristics, taxonomy and phylogeny of the most important animal phyla) of animals using live and preserved specimens. Field excursions will further allow students to observe animals in their natural environments.

 

 

Course Title

                       Course Objective

Plant Ecology and Taxonomy

The aim of thiscourse is to familiarize the students with :

The  basic concept of  Ecosystem  its structure and functions. The basic concepts of taxonomy, rules of nomenclature, ranks and names and role of palynology cytology phytochemistry and molecular data in taxonomy.

Plant Ecology and

Taxonomy- Practical

The main objective of this paper is to help the students to understand the taxonomy and characteristics of plants species.

Comparative Anatomy and Developmental Biology

 

The course aims to enlighten the students about fertilization and embryo development.

They will be able to understand the functioning of different germ layers and their fate.

Students will be aware with their body system like nervous system, skeleton and excretory system.

Comparative Anatomy and Developmental Biology- Practical

This practical course will enable the student to understand the evolutionary aspects between the body parts of various organisms of different species. Furthermore, it will confer the understanding of concepts of living structures and morphology (the study of the forms and their variations).  The genetic bases of development and evolution of different species will also be discussed. Therefore, without comparative anatomy, naming and understanding of organisms seems to be impossible. In addition to this descriptive embryology, causal embryology, phylogeny, palaeontology and systematics biology based practical would be conducted so as to understand both biology as well as evolution of species.

 

Course Title

                       Course Objective

Anatomy and Embryology of Angiosperms - Practical

The course will enable the students to understand the basic concept of meristems through permanent slides and photographs, Tissues (parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma). Along with the basic anatomy of stem, root and leaf of monocot and dicot through permanent slides.

Mushroom Culture Technology

The knowledge of useful and harmful mushrooms in the nature, and as the source of human nutrition and medicaments is essential. The students will be able to define the introduction mushroom science, to spawn-making and handling and mushroom cultivation.

 The course will enable the students to grow healthy mushrooms and able to manage the mushroom growing cycle for continuous production.

Physiology and Biochemistry

The student will be able to define and describe basic terms in animal biochemistry and physiology.The student will describe and explain metabolism of animal cell and basic physiological processes such as carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism and protein metabolism.

Physiology and Biochemistry - Practical

The course aims to provide an understanding of the core principles and topics of biochemistry and physiology with their experimental basis, and to enable students to acquire a specialized knowledge and understanding of selected aspects by means of a lecture and practical series on the following topics Viz; Identify the classes of polymeric biomolecules and their monomeric building blocks, the specificity of enzymes (biochemical catalysts), and the chemistry involved in enzyme action, the metabolism of glucose leads ultimately to the generation of large quantities of ATP.

 

Course Title

                       Course Objective

Plant Physiology and Metabolism

This course will train students in plant physiology and metabolism who are able to work in all related areas of plant science.

Plant Physiology and Metabolism - Practical

The course aims to familiarize the students with :

  1. The  basic concept of  osmotic potential, stomatal index and stomatal frequency. The basic concept of hill reaction  and Separation of amino acids by paper chromatography, RQ.

Genetics and Evolutionary Biology

Students will be able to define biological evolution,  could have sound knowledge of  evolutionary ideas before Darwin's book was published, geological theorists' and Malthus's ideas on population regulations.

Genetics and Evolutionary Biology - Practical

After studying this lab the students will be sound practically in Mendelian Inheritance and gene interactions, Chi-square test, Linkage, gene recombination and mapping. The students will be able to get the practical knowledge of normal and abnormal human karyotypes. The students will be able to differentiate homologous and analogous organs in different animals and their functions.

Public Health and Hygiene

Students will gain knowledge of nutrition, vitamins and health hazards. They will inform with communicable and non communicable human diseases, their cause, precautions and treatments. They will develop interest in public health and hygiene  and could pursue their carrier in research field also.

 

Course Title

                       Course Objective

Economic Botany and Biotechnology

The main objective of the paper is to understand the difference between old and modern biotechnology, concept of recombinant DNA technology or genetic engineering, DNA fingerprinting and restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and their applications.

Economic Botany and Biotechnology- Practical

The main objective of the course is to help students to understand practical applications of biotechnology and advances in different areas like medical, microbial, environment etc

Biotechnology

This paper will help to understand the difference between old and modern biotechnology,  concept of recombinant DNA technology or genetic engineering, DNA fingerprinting and restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and their applications

Biotechnology – Practical

This paper will help students to understand practical applications of biotechnology and advances in different areas like medical, microbial, environment etc

 

Course Title

                       Course Objective

Cell and Molecular Biology

The course aims to elucidate the major importance of biochemistry in plant biotechnology. Students will gain the knowledge of biochemistry of the molecule involved in the plant growth. The course also discuss the microbe involvement in daily life and its application in the development of transgenic plant.

 

Cell and Molecular Biology- Practical

my

Students are able to learn botanical description of various food crops, pulses, vegetables and fibres. Students will be able to find the economical useful plant part, cultivation and

Reproductive Biology

hs

Reproductive Biology covers a variety of topics on reproductive physiology, endocrinologyrelated diseases, receptor studies, andrology, embryology, infertility, assisted reproduction, contraception, obstetrics and gynecology, animal breeding and animal reproduction. This course certainly highlights the various approaches of diagnosis and management of reproductive physiology associated diseases by utilizing modern equipment’s.

 

Reproductive Biology – Practical

 

In present scenario, the issues of fertility and its control, population growth and family planning, induced abortion and sexually transmitted diseases have been increased. Therefore, a course of lectures and practical have been designed which would cover the major aspects of reproductive biology including control of reproduction; sexual differentiation and gonadal development; fertilisation and early embryonic development and lactation.

 

Subject Name

Course Objective

Mechanics

The subject includes the laws of mechanics that are essential to describe motion.

Electricity, Magnetism & Electromagnetic Theory

This paper provides deeper understanding of electrostatic laws and  electromagnetic waves.

Physics practicals

In this lab students will get the exposure with the experiments of mechanics.

Inorganic Chemistry I

The objective of the course is to develop an understanding and appreciation of both structure and chemical transformations of organic molecules. Students will acquire basic concepts of stereochemistry, reactivity patterns and synthesis.

Organic Chemistry I

The main objective of the paper is study the concept of bonding and stereochemistry, and mechanism of different name reactions.

Physical Chemistry I

The main objective of the paper to study the different states of matter and solutions with their colligative properties.

Chemistry Practicals I

The objective of the course is to study the preparation and purification of simple organic compounds and volumetric analysis using different methods of titrations.

Higher  Algebra

The students can understand the concept of Matrices, and solving cubic and biquadratic equations with the help of various methods.

Coordinate Geometry

The students will develop the ability to analyse and solve problems involving one, two and three dimensional objects such as lines, angles, circles, triangles, polygons, cylinders, prisms, and spheres;  analyze the relationship among three dimensional figures and related two dimensional representations and use these representations to solve problems.

Calculus

On successful completion of this theory paper, the students should be able to recognise properties of functions and their inverses and use the algebra of limits, and L'Hospital’s rule to determine limits of simple expressions perform accurately.

Students are able to calculate definite and indefinite integration, using parts, substitution, inverse substitution and calculate the volumes of solid objects, the length of arcs and the surface are by performing Cartesian to polar conversions.

English

The objective of this paper is to improve the communication skills of the students. During the course, they will learn about listening, reading, speaking and writing skills in English. Moreover, the essentials of grammar will also be introduced to them.

 

Subject Name

Description

Optics

Optics gives the exposure of interference, diffraction and polarization.

Thermodynamics &

Statistical Physics

This paper deals with Maxwell thermodynamics relationship and also provides knowledge of Maxwell-Boltzmann, Bose Einstein and Fermi- Dirac Statistics.

Physics Practical

Students will get exposure to optical fiber communication and also learn in the depth study of optical sources and receivers.

Inorganic Chemistry II

This paper will help the students to impart sound knowledge of S & P block elements.

Organic  Chemistry II

This paper deals with the study of alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides ,aryl halides, dienes and concept of aromaticity.

Physical Chemistry II

This paper imparts the complete  knowledge of Kinetics and electrochemistry.

Chemistry Practicals II

Chemistry practical II covers the experiment related to paper chromatograpy, viscosity surface tension, specific refractivity and one step organic synthesis.

Vector Calculus

Students are able to describe about vectors, They can determine and apply the important quantities associated with vector fields such as the divergence, curl, and scalar potential. They can also evaluate line and surface Integrals, and use these integrals to verify the seminal integral theorems (Green’s theorem in the plane, Gauss’ divergence theorem and Stokes’ theorem)

Ord. Differ. Equations

The students are able to understand the methods for solving different types of Linear, Non-Linear and Higher order ordinary differential equations

Linear Algebra

The student are able to understand a group, Subgroups, cyclic groups, Cosets, Left and right cosets, Index of a sub-group, Coset decomposition, Lagrange’s theorem and its consequences, Normal subgroups, Quotient groups,Eigen values, Eigen vectors, Power of matrices diagonalization of linear mappings, diagonalization of square matrices. Quadratic forms, of quadratic form, canonical or normal form, nature of quadratic form, reduction of quadratic form. Euclidean space, Orthonormal sequences and bases, orthogonal digitalization of a real symmetric matrices

Environmental Science

This paper explain the importance of environment for the wellbeing of living beings. This subject also explains the duties of human being towards environment and various means to protect all the living and non-living moieties present in our surroundings

 

Subject Name

Description

Semiconductor Devices

This paper deals with the physics of various   semiconductor devices and their application.

Solid State Physics

This paper provide information of crystallography, crystal diffraction and super conductivity.

Physics Practical

Student will able to learn the experiments related with semiconductor devices and solid state physics in this lab.

Inorganic Chemistry III

Knowledge of properties of coordination compounds and non-aqueous solvents can be gained through this paper.

Organic  Chemistry III

This paper deals with the study of alcohols, epoxides,  phenols, carboxylic acids with their derivatives and UV spectroscopy.

Physical Chemistry III

This paper deals with the study of thermodynamics-I & II, chemical equilibrium and distribution law.

Chemistry Practicals III

This practical paper covers the systematic identification of the simple mono and bi functional organic compounds along with colorimetric and gravimetric analysis of certain metal ions and complexes.

Complex Analysis

Complex analysis covers the basic mathematical operations (arithmetics, powers, roots) with complex numbers in Cartesian and polar forms; determine continuity/ differentiability/ analyticity of a function and find the derivative of a function; work with functions (polynomials, reciprocals, exponential, trigonometric, hyperbolic, etc) of single complex variable and describe mappings in the complex plane; work with multi-valued functions (logarithmic, complex power) and determine branches of these functions;•evaluate a contour integral using parameterization, fundamental theorem of calculus and Cauchy’s integral formula; find the Taylor series of a function and determine its circle or annulus of convergence

Modern Algebra

The student are able to understand rings, subrings, integral domains and fields, Characteristics of a ring. Ring homeomorphisms, ideals and Quotient rings, Field of quotients of an integral domain. Homomorphisms, isomophisms, automorphisms and inner automorphisms of a group. Automorphisms of cyclic groups, Permutation groups, Cayley’s theorem, Center of a group and derived group of a group.Vector space , Subspace, linear dependence and independence, Bases and dimensions, Linear mappings, Quotient space and its dimensions, Orthogonal mapping,  Examples,   Image and kernel, Rank and nullity, Matrices of linear mappings, Change of base

Metric Space

The main aim of the course is to focus on Cartesian product, relations and their properties, equivalence and partial order relations , metric space,  open sphere, neighborhood, open set , limit points, closed set. , boundary set, diameter of a set, closure of a set. Subspace, sequence in metric space, convergence, completeness, Continuity in metric spaces, uniform continuity, homeomorphism, isometry, Lipschitzian mapping, contraction mapping, Banach fixed point theorem. Compactness, Heine-Borel theorem, Finite intersection property, Lebesgue number, Continuous images of compact spaces, connectedness, components of metric space, properties of components. Continuous images of connected spaces, Separable metric spaces

 

Subject Name

Description

Computational Physics

The main objective of this paper is to helps to develop the programming skills of the students using the language Fortran.

Vibrations and Waves

This paper deals with wave motion including simple Harmonic motion, Damped and forced harmonic oscillation.

Physics Practical

In this practical students will learn to make and execute the programs.

Inorganic Chemistry IV

This subject develop an understanding of the range in chemistry of periodic table and their compounds and also provide an understanding of chemical methods employed for identification of cations and anions present in the compounds.

Organic  Chemistry IV

This paper deals with study of amines diazonium salts, nitro compounds, aldehydes and ketones and IR spectroscopy.

Physical Chemistry IV

This paper deals with study of Thermodynamics I &II and Electrochemistry I &II

Chemistry Practicals IV

This practical paper deals with the systematic identification of the  bi functional organic compounds and inorganic preparation.

Advanced Calculus

This theory paper covers  the   concepts   of   limit   ,continuity , differention   of   function   of   two variables  Partial   differentiation, Multiple integrals and their applications. These concepts will apply to solve the various physical system in different field of sciences.

Integral Transforms

Students are able to solve Laplace and Fourier transform of one variable. Students will gain a range of techniques employing the Laplace and Fourier Transforms in the solution of ordinary and partial differential equations. They will also have an appreciation of generalized functions, their calculus and applications.

Statics and Dynamics

After completing this course the students will develop. An understanding of the analysis of distributed loads. A knowledge of internal forces and moments in members. An ability to calculate centroids and moments of inertia. A knowledge of kinematic and kinetic analyses and energy and momentum methods for particles and systems of particles.

 

Subject Name

Description

Atomic Spectroscopy

Atomic spectroscopy inculcates the understanding of hydrogen-structure, helium atom spectrum and hyper fine structure of spectral lines.

Quantum Mechanics- I

This paper enables  the students to learn simple principles / Techniques of Quantum mechanics and apply them to understand atomic spectra, quantization conditions and Schrodinger wave equation with application.

Physics Practical

Student will understand the experimental techniques to apply the principles of optics and quantum physics.

Inorganic Chemistry V

This paper gives a detail of the spectral and magnetic properties of metal atoms and ions

Organic  Chemistry V

This paper provides information about basics of NMR spectroscopy, Carbohydrates, its structure, uses, Organometallic compounds, mechanism of organic reactions and impart knowledge about utility  of organometallic compounds in industry.

Physical Chemistry V

Ohysical chemistry V deals with principles of quantum mechanics and physical spectroscopy.

Chemistry Practicals V

This practical deals with semi micro qualitative analysis of mixture containing not more than four radicals and conductometrically and potentiometrically titrations.

Numerical Analysis

This theory paper helps the students to understand use of numerical methods in modern scientific computing and with numerical interpolation they can  approximate the functions. The course will develop numerical methods aided by technology to solve algebraic, transcendental, and differential equations. Students will be familiar with numerical integration and differentiation and They can also solve ordinary differential equations by using numerical methods.

Partial Diff. Equations

This paper enables the students to understand the methods for solving different types of Linear, Non-Linear and Higher order partial differential equations

Special Functions

This course will provide information about some special functions so that the knowledge can be used to solve practical problems

 

Subject Name

Description

Quantum Mechanics -II 

This paper deals with principles of quantum mechanics at higher level. 

Nuclear & Particle

Physics

This paper helps the students to understand the nuclear properties, nuclear models and detectors.

Physics Practical

In this practical the students will do experiments related to  nuclear  and  quantum physics.

Inorganic Chemistry VI

This paper helps the students to understand  the importance of bio molecules and coordination compounds. Reaction mechanism various inorganic compound can be implemented in inorganic reactions.

 

Organic  Chemistry VI

  The aim of this paper is to bring a realistic approach to the study of mechanisms and important heterocyclic ring in organic chemistry, and also to provide an emphasis on  the chemistry of biological molecules

Physical Chemistry VI

This paper provides information about basics of NMR spectroscopy, Carbohydrates, their structure, uses, Organometallic compounds, mechanism of organic reactions and impart knowledge about utility  of organometallic compounds in industry.

 

Chemistry Practicals VI

This practical covers the study of different laboratory techniques viz.; Steam distillation, Column chromatography, TLC etc and two step organic preparations.

 

L.P.P.

After completing this paper  the students will be able to understand the mathematical theory underlying LP and the simplex algorithm as a method of solution. The ability to solve real life problems using optimization techniques like transportation problem, assignment problems etc

Discrete Mathematics

This paper helps the students to understand the truth value, truth table, propositional functions in mathematical logic, Boolean algebra, Boolean functions and min terms, disjunctive & conjugate normal form, K-maps, generating functions and recurrence relation.

Number Theory

 Students will be able to write a rigorous mathematical proof and will have developed a repertoire of proof techniques. They will also know how to solve linear Diophantine equations  and Solving linear congruence's and systems of simultaneous linear congruence's.

 

Subject Name

Description

Inorganic Chemistry I

This paper helps to impart knowledge of  molecular symmetry, Group Theory, Electronic Structure, Spectra Spin, Magnetism of Transition Metal Complexes,  Metal-Ligand Bonding and Metal π-complexes.

Organic Chemistry I

This paper helps to impart advanced knowledge of  nature of bonding in Organic molecules,reactive Intermediates, reaction mechanism, structure and reactivity, aliphatic nucleophilic substitution  and aliphatic electrophilic substitution of  organic compounds.

Physical Chemistry I

This paper helps to impart knowledge of advanced electrochemistry, classical and statistical thermodynamics. And to acquire knowledge of the quantum chemical description of chemical bonding, reactivity and their applications in molecular spectroscopy and inorganic chemistry.

Bio Sciences/

Basic Mathematics for Chemists

This paper helps to introduce structure, function and organization of various bio-molecules present in the living cell./ To study Vectors, Matrices and Determinants, Logarithm, Graphical Representation of Equations, Partial Differentiation, Differential Calculus .

Inorganic Chemistry Practical I

This paper helps to study the synthesis of inorganic complexes and their characterization with instrumental techniques.

Organic Chemistry Practical I

This paper aims to develop experimental skills of various separation and purification techniques in organic chemistry

Physical Chemistry Practical I

This practical helps students to have hand-on experiences of techniques for verifying physical and chemical properties.

Subject Name

Description

Inorganic Chemistry II

This paper  explain the importance Chemistry of Lanthanides and Actinides, Metal ions in biology, Molecular mechanism of ion transport across membrane, Ionophores, Photosynthesis, Photo system I and Photo system II, nitrogen fixation, oxygen uptake proteins, cytochromes, and ferrodoxins

Organic Chemistry II

This paper impart knowledge of mechanisms of Aromatic Electrophilic substitution, Aromatic Nucleophilic substitution, Free Radicals, Elimination Reaction, Neighbouring group participation, Carbocation rearrangement, Addition to Carbon-Carbon Multiple Bond, Addition to Carbon-Heteroatom Multiple Bond in organic chemistry.

Physical Chemistry II

THe main objective of this paper to impart good knowledge of electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, Quantum machenics, and UV,IR and Raman spectroscopy.

Spectroscopy and its Application in Organic Chemistry

This paper helps the students to hacve sound  knowledge of spectroscopic techniques (UV,IR,NMR, C13 and Mass) for structural analysis of organic compounds.

Inorganic Chemistry Practical II

This practical teaches the synthesis of inorganic complexes and

their characterization with instrumental techniques.

Organic Chemistry Practical II

This practical helps the students to hacve sound  knowledge of laboratory techniques for organic synthesis and characterization.

Physical Chemistry Practical II

This lab covers different techiniques of titration viz.; conductometry: Potentiometry/ pH metry Viscosity,  Chemical Kinetics, Spectrophotometry and Calorimetry.

*The students will be required to undergo six week industrial/research training after complition of second semester examinations.

 

Specialization in Organic Chemistry

Subject Name

Description

Industrial and

Environmental

Chemistry

The main objective is to  impart knowledge of industrial chemistry and environmental

chemistry and its applications.  The importance of water

and green chemistry along withchemical processes taking place

in earth’s atmosphere and hydrosphere, and to learn air pollution

control methods

 

 

Analytical Techniques

This paper introduces basic concepts of various analytical techniques,  Role of analytical

chemistry, classification of analytical methods – classical and

instrumental. Types of instrumental analysis

and study of  errors in quantitative analysis

Photo Chemistry and

Pericyclic Reactions

The main objective of this paper is to give sound knowledge of photochemistry and

pericyclic reactions in organic chemistry

and their applications on simple and macromolecules.

Heterocycles and

Natural

Products

This paper introduce synthesis and reactivity of aliphatic, aromatic heterocyclic compounds, and importance of some natural products.

 

Organic Special

Practical- I

Organic special particle-1 covers the systematic analysis of a binary organic mixture (solid+sold; solid+liquid; liquid+liquid) including  separation by chemical analysis It also include extraction of Organic compounds from natural sources.

 

 

Specialization in Physical Chemistry

Subject Name

Description

Electro and surface

chemistry

Electro and surface chemistry helps to study the importance of Ion solvent interactions, electrolysis, Thermo dynamic parameter, Calculations of heats of hydration of ions and the concept of hydration number. Electrolysis: Decomposition potential: calculations and determinations Polarization, corrosion and micelle classification.

Solid state and

spectroscopy

Solid state and spectroscopy helps to  impart the knowledge of Perfect and imperfect crystals, intrinsic and extrinsic defects – point defects, line and plane defects, vacancies-Schottky and Frenkel defects. semiconductors, doping semiconductors, p-n junctions, super conductors, Fullerenes, fullerenes as superconductors. Description of the procedure for an X-ray structure analysis, absolute configuration of molecules, Ramchandran diagram.

 

Physical Special

Practical -I

Physical special practical -1 helps students to have a sound knowledge of Ternary Phase diagram of a water, benzene, and acetic acid., Phase diagram of a binary organic system ( Naphthalene and Diphenyl) etc.

 

Physical Special

Practical -II

In this lab students will work on Ternary Phase diagram of a water, reaction dealing with chemical kinetics and  refracrometry.

 

 

Specialization in Organic Chemistry

Subject Name Description

Organic Special

Practical –II

Organic special particle-II covers the systematic analysis of a ternary organic mixture their structures elucidation with help of UV, IR, NMR and Mass spectral data.

Advance organic

Synthesis

Advance organic Synthesis helps to impart knowledge of different reagents in organic synthesis, rearrangements, disconnection approach and principles of protection of different groups viz.; alcohol, amine, carbonyl and carboxylic groups.

Bio-organic

and medicinal Chemistry

Bio-organic and medicinal chemistry covers some aspects of bioinorganic chemistry viz.; Electron transfer,  Photosynthesis and Respiration Roles of metal ions in biology Biochemistry of Non-metals Medicinal Chemistry.

Organic Special

Practical- III

Organic special particle-III covers the systematic analysis of a ternary organic mixture their structures elucidation with help of UV, IR, NMR and Mass spectral data. It also include organic preparations involving some important names reactions (two or more than two steps): Fischer Indole reaction ,Friedal Crafts reaction, Sigmatropic Shifts, Fries rearrangement, Riemer Tieman reaction, etc

 

Specialization in Physical Chemistry

Subject Name

Description

Statistical

thermodynamics

and

advanced Kinetics

 This theory paper provides knowledge of Phase space, Stirling approximation: Configuration and weights, Ensemble averaging postulates of ensemble averaging. Maxwell-Boltmann statistics,  Boltmann distribution along with its derivation and distribution expression. It also involves study of advance kinetics and kinetics of fast reactions.

Macromolecules

and Biophysical

This course includes detailed description of various types of crystal defects, organic solids and solid state reactions. It also covers the description of metals, insulator and semiconductor on the basis of band theory and optical and magnetic properties of solids. X-ray diffraction techniques and their applications for structure determination are included in 3rd unit. Principle and instrumentation of X-ray Fluorescence (XRF), Electron spin resonance (ESR), Mossbauer and Photoelectron spectroscopy covered in the last unit.

 

Physical Special

Practical –III + IV

Physical special practical III involves the different methods of titration including conductometry , ,Spectrophotometric, Potentiometric, Fluorimetry Titration along with the experiment to study  surface tension of different liquids.

 

 

S.No

Name of Lab

Description

1

Inorganic Chemistry Lab

Inorganic Chemistry lab is well equipped to carry out experiments on qualitative analysis of insoluble inorganic metal salts, rare elements, cerimetric titrations and synthesis of some celebrated transition metal complexes.

2

Organic Chemistry Lab

Organic chemistry lab deals with 2,3 and 4 step organic synthesis and separations of binary organic mixtures.

3

Physical Chemistry Lab

This laboratory provides hand on experience of physical experiments viz.; chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, conductometry, polarimetry etc.

4

Chemistry Lab for Undergraduates

This laboratory helps to train undergraduate students about Industry based applications of chemistry in  various fields such as polymers, lubricants, wastewater treatment technologies etc.

5

Research Lab

Research lab is well equipped to carry out experiments on different thrust areas of chemistry viz.; heterocyclic chemistry, natural products, biosensor, nanotechnology etc.

6

Project Lab

This lab was prepared for M.Sc students to carry out their research project as a part of their course curriculum.

 

 

Conferences Organized

Name of Conference

Date of Conference

National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics

30/1/2017

International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17)

9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017

International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

11/11/2016

National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences

11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016

National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues

31/3/2015

International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering

20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014

National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014)

15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014

Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013)

19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013

2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics

22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012

 

 

HYDRO 2010

16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010

 

 

Guest Lectures

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker

Designation of the speaker

Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines

Date of Lecture

Mr. Ravi Shankar Joshi

GM North India Division, IVEX Paper Chemicals Ltd

He has highlighted the significance of yoga in our routine life. He encouraged all to do yoga in order to make themselves physically and mentally fit.

15/10/2017

Dr. Kusumdeep

Prof. In Mathematics, IIT Roorkee

She discussed the innovative trends in the field of Mathematics. She explained her points in a very simple and effective manner.

9/3/2017

Dr.AnilVashisth

Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

He gave his views on the importance of Mathematics in professional as well as personal life.

9/3/2017

Er. Rajat Chauhan

Zonal manager, CAD DESK INDIA, PTTS Pvt. Ltd, Ambala

Matlab & its Applications: He told the students about the importance of Matlab Software in Electronics and Communication Engineering field. He also discussed importance of AutoCAD software.

8/3/2017

Mr. Madhukar

IBM, Bangalore

Smart India Hackathon 2017: Online guest lecture was organized by CSE Department on 28rd Feb 2017. Two teams of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Engineering College are selected for the Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2017, to fulfill the Vision for Digital India of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji.

28rd Feb 2017

Er. Ankur Malhotra

Assistant Manager, IISCO Steel Plant, (Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)) at Burnpur, West Bengal

He motivated the students for self-study and shared his experience in the industry.

23/1/2017

Dr. Satnam Kaur

Prof. In English, Jammu University, Jammu

She presented her views about Women Empowerment. She said that women empowerment is the need of the hour. Moreover, she exhorted women very clearly that they must develop their power of independent decision making.

5/8/2016

Dr. Tejinderkaur

Director, Daisporic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

She gave an expert talk on Communication Skills in English and expressed her views on the importance of English in our day to day life. She encouraged the students to learn the basics of English in order to improve their communication skills.

25/7/2016

Ms. Manisha

Student from MIT

Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship: The talk was a perfect blend of innovation and the social causes that affect each and every one of us. The society has many issues which one sees everyday, and despite having solutions for them do not take action. The speaker encouraged the students to take a stand and do what is right by using what they have that is, their technical skills and the hunger to do more.

22/07/2016

Dr.Anil Raina

Prof.in English, Punjab University Chandigarh

He suggested some very useful and valuable tips to improve communication skills in English.

26/5/2016

Prof. K. Sreeniwas

Professor, Deptt. of Physics & Astrophysics Director, Univ. Science & Inst. Centre (USIC), Delhi University, Delhi

Research and applications of Magneto-Electric Effect, Materials & Devices.

29/2/2016

Kumaresan N.

TCS

Webinar was based on Quality assurance using Agile Software. The process of software testing was discussed in the webinar which was very beneficial for the students.

3/2/2016

Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

Less Known Features of Stereochemistry of Racemic Pharmaceuticals in the Market.

28/1/2016

Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MMU Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.

21/1/2016

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

Professor, IIT Roorkee

Six Sigma: Data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.

16/11/2015

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

Professor & Dean (Colleges) Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar-143005 India

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.

14/9/2015

Mr. E. V. Gireesh

Dynamic Trainer and Inspirational Speaker

Green The Environment, Clean the Mind, Positive thinking, Psychology of Winning, Self-Management, Values in Education and Power of Meditation.

10/09/2015

Mr. Kamod Mishra

Human Resource Head Simplex Infrastructures Limited

Mr. Mishra share his views about the basic necessary requirement of the students how to face an interview. He talks about the necessity of growing good communication skills.

31/8/2015

Mr.VivekSheelDutt and Mr.Nitin Tiwari

Manager & Design Engineer, DKOP labs Pvt. Ltd., Noida

Expert talk on VLSI DESIGN flow and its FPGA Implementation using Verilog.

26/8/2015

Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

IRON AND COPPER: GOOD OR BAD BIOMETALS.

22/8/2015

Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

Concept of Impact of Nanoscience on the improved physiochemical properties of materials.

6/2/2015

Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

Lean Manufacturing: Systematic method to eliminate wastes in the industry.

30/1/2015

Mr. Rajesh Kumar; MrsShubhangi; Mr Kumar Rohi

Deputy General Manager; Assistant Manager(Tech); Assistant Manager(Tech); National Small Industries Corporation(NSIC), Rajpura

Entrepreneurship Orientation Program (EOP).

14/10/2014

Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.

2/4/2014

Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

Mechanics of Materials: Deals with the behavior of solid objects subject to stresses and strains.

7/2/2014

Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.

31/1/2014

Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.

20/1/2014

Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.

20/12/2013

Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.

19/12/2013

Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.

24/9/2012

Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.

29/07/2011

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.

28/07/2011

Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.

27/7/2011

Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Available Transfer Capability (ATC) Determination in Deregulated Electricity Markets to improve the reliability of the power system.

25/07/2011

Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.

12/4/2011

Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.

17/3/2011

Prof. S.K. Chakarvarti

Dean Research ManavRachna International University, Faridabad

What is Research? How can get entered into it. What are opportunities and how you can avail those?

14/2/2011

Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.

25/10/2010

Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.

13/10/2010

Prof. O.P. Pandey

School of Physics & Material Science Thapar University Patial

Nano Science and its craze. Physical, Chemical, electrical and Biological properties of Nanomaterial.

14/5/2010

 

 

Workshop's Organized

Topic

Date

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06th to 10th February 2017

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Induction Training Program through ICT On "Web based Content Development using Moodle

03-07 Oct. 2016

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

30/9/2016.

MS Office Workshop

17th ,24th September, 2016

Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery

1/8/2016

Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking

10/3/2016

Mendeley For Researchers

6/2/2017

Two days' workshop on "Vision Robotics" by Rob sapiens in association with IIT Delhi

2/2/2016 & 3/2/2016

Vedic Mathematics

5/11/2015 & 6/11/2015

Cloud Computing

19/10/2015

One day workshop on Virtual Labs in Collaboration with IIT, Delhi

24/9/2015

Sustainable Environment Management

23rd to 27th February 2015

Lab Safety in Chemistry

12/11/2014

Environmental Engineering Management through ICT, NITTTR Chandigarh

3rd to 7th March 2014

Two Day workshop on Physics and Astronomy

4/3/2017 & 5/3/2017

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

3rd -5th April 2012

Phoenix Training Program

11/10/2011

"Tech. Fest"

21/3/2011 & 22/3/2011

"Overhauling of Maruti Suzuki Car Engines" Collaboration

8/3/2011 & 9/3/2011.

ICT based two days' workshop on "2G & 3G

3/9/2015 & 4/9/2015

 

Not Available

  1. Heterocyclic Chemistry
  2. Natural Products
  3. Chemical Sensors and Bio-sensors
  4. Medicinal Chemistry
  5. Solution Thermodynamics
  6. Environmental Chemistry
  7. Analytical Chemistry
  8. Nanotechnology

 

The Department of Biotechnology was established in 2008 to contribute in captivating and emerging areas of biological sciences. The Department has teaching and research facilities which encompass undergraduate (B.Tech. and B.Sc), postgraduate (M.Tech. & M.Sc) and Ph.D. academic programmes. The main objective of the Department is to impart academic training as per the current industry and research environment in the interdisciplinary areas of biotechnology.

Key Features

  • The major thrust of the Department includes Bioprocess Engineering, Cancer Biology, Metal Homeostasis Metabolism, Nanomedicine, Industrial Biotechnology, Computational Biology, Plant Tissue Culture and Drug Resistance.
  • The Department has been consistently striving to become a Centre of Excellence for R&D activities through its industry-academia linkage. The Department has published high-quality research articles in various journals of international repute.
  • The experienced and highly qualified faculty at the Institute has strong research oriented inclination, which helps them impart quality technical education and exposure to the students. The faculty also holds a variety of corporate experience and exposure.
  • Our focus is to prepare the students as per the Industry requirement; hence we also train our students on Bio-Safety, Regulatory and Intellectual Property related issues in broader social context and sustainable development, Professional ethics, communication skills, team work skills, leadership and multidisciplinary approach.
  • The Institute utilizes its state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities to the fullest to provide best learning environment to the students. The facilities include WiFi Campus, air-conditioned lecture theaters, and Computer Labs.


  1. Research Outcome: Total Publications: 200, Cumulative Impact factor~180, h-Index~18, i10-index = 40; Publications having more than 3.0 impact factor~40
  2. Patents filed: 05, Published: 02
  3. Gene Sequences with Accession Numbers in GenBank, NCBI, USA: 80
  4. Department is running a Biannual Research Journal “Current Trends in Biotechnology and Chemical Research” indexed in many reputed databases
  5. One of the key strengths of the Department is having research collaborations and MOUs with prestigious organizations such as National Dairy Research Institute Karnal; Directorate of Wheat Research (ICAR) Karnal, Central Soil Salinity Research institute, Karnal (Haryana), Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre (BMHRC) Bhopal, India, IBI Solutions, Panchkula, Haryana, Institute of Pathology and Pathophysiology, Moscow, Russia, and ONIOSOME Health Care Pvt. Ltd., Mohali, Punjab, India.
  6. Innovative projects: The Department has attracted extramural funding to the tune of INR 50 Lakhs and currently engaged in some innovative projects.

 

The salient feature of the program is Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) which provides flexibility to allow the students to select courses and move at an optimum pace suited to their interest, ability and capacity.

 

Subject Name

Description

Elementary Mathematics

Provides the knowledge of differential and integral calculus and enables understanding of linear algebra, linear programming and set theory. 

Applied Physics-I

Provides understanding of waves, optics, superconductivity and its applications and focuses on the physics behind optics and sound in our daily life.

Engineering Graphics

Inculcate the knowledge of basic geometries, geometric tools, shapes and procedures used for engineering drawings and different concepts of theory of projections, development, sectioning

Engineering Mechanics

Students have practice in applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering and to expand this knowledge into the vast area of “rigid body Mechanics”. Students prepared for higher level courses such as courses in Mechanics of Solids, Mechanical Design and Structural Analysis. Analyze various machining processes and calculate relevant quantities such as velocities, forces, powers etc.

Computer Programming

To gain fundamental knowledge on basics of computers hardware and number systems. Understand general principles of computer languages such as loops (while/for), conditional branching (if/switch), block structure, functions (including parameter passing, prototypes and recursion), input/output, arithmetic rules Develop problem-solving skills to translate 'English' described problems into programs written using the C language. Understand how to use and manipulate variables and types to change the program state, including numeric, character, array and pointer types, as well as the use of structures. Understand the purpose of pointers for parameter passing, referencing and dereferencing, and linking data structures.

 

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of electricity and electronics that involve direct current, alternating current, series and parallel resistive circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, motors, electronic components, and various types of test equipment found in industry.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Communication Skills

To converse fluently, without strain with international speakers of English in an accent and lexis that is widely understood across the globe They will be able to produce on their own texts that are coherent and clear and hence make them communicative at workplace. It is a diagnostic and remedial activity integrated with communication practice. Use vocabulary productively. Profitably use the grammar while producing language for communication.

 

 

 

Subject Name

Description

Differential Equations

Provide the knowledge of various ordinary, partial differential equations and in-depth understanding of various analytical and numerical methods needed for solving different differential equations

Applied Physics -II

Provides the insight of basic physics principles to be applied in engineering courses.

Elementary Biology

Elaboration of biological concepts with emphasis on effective utilization of biological principles for technology development by engineering students.

EVS (Through swayam)

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Material Science

An introduction to materials science with emphasis on general properties of materials. Topics will include crystal structure, extended and point defects, and mechanical, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, electronic materials, composites and organic materials. 

Business Communication & Preset Skill 

This course aims to help you develop the proficiency needed to succeed in today's technologically enhanced workplace by focusing on the development of professional oral and written communication skills.

Applied Physics Lab

Provide exposure about optical and atomic physics phenomenon through experimental observations and focuses on interpretation and analysis of technical data.

Basic Simulation Lab

Gain practical exposure through different types of scientific programming problems and mathematical modeling. Students will able to solve wide range of engineering problems.

Advance Computer Programming Lab /SAP

Introductory experimental laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of c programming. Develop students understanding about the core building blocks of a development framework.

 

Subject Name Description

Fundamentals of Microbiology

Introduce microorganisms and methods for their study. Introduce microbial processes of environmental and geochemical significance. Provide detailed information on the most up to date methods for the study of microbial communities. Introduce the analysis of microbial datasets.

Biochemistry

The course aims to provide students with a basic understanding of Biochemistry involved in living system. The course aims to provide an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of Biochemistry and their experimental basis, and to enable students to acquire a specialised knowledge and understanding of selected aspects by means of a stem/branch lecture series and a research project.

Cell Biology

Students will understand the structures and purposes of basic components of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, especially macromolecules, membranes, and organelles. They will understand how these cellular components are used to generate and utilize energy in cells. They will understand the cellular components underlying mitotic cell division. They will apply their knowledge of cell biology to selected examples of changes or losses in cell function. These can include responses to environmental or physiological changes, or alterations of cell function brought about by mutation.

Genetics

This course covers genetics, the science of heredity, from its basic principles to the most recent advances in the field. By the end of the course, you will have a working knowledge of classical (transmission) and molecular genetics. You should be able to analyze and solve genetics problems and you will have a good understanding of most of the laboratory techniques employed in modern molecular genetics labs.

Microbiology Practical

To impart practical knowledge of microorganisms and methods for their study. Introduce microbial processes of environmental significance. Provide detailed information on the most up to date methods for the study of microbial communities.

 

Bio-chemistry Practical

The practical course aims to provide students with a basic understanding of Molecular Biochemistry involved in living by experimentation.

Cell Biology Practical

The practical course Cell Biology aims to provide students the knowledge of cytology and all the molecular machinery involved in its proper function.

Genetics Practical

This practical course provides hand on experience in genetics, the science of heredity, from its basic principles to the most recent advances in the field.

Fermentation Technology Practical

This course is aimed at introducing the students to the basic concepts of fermentation; aerobic and anaerobic fermentation, alcoholic fermentation resulting in the production of bread, beer, wine and vinegar. Acid fermentation resulting into the production of cheese, butter, yoghurt etc. Malolactic fermentation processes.

 

Subject Name Description

Molecular Biology

The objective of this course is to explain the structure of nucleic acids and proteins and modulate the specificity of binding between them.

Immunology

The objective of this course is to learn about the structural features of the components of the immune system as well as their functions, but the primary emphasis of this course will be on the mechanisms involved in immune system development and responsiveness.

Bio-analytical Techniques

The primary objectives of this course are to develop the skills to understand the theory and practice of bio analytical techniques. To provide scientific understanding of analytical techniques and detail interpretation of results.

Industrial Microbiology

To highlight the importance of microorganisms in the production of useful human products. To dispel the age long fear that microorganisms can only cause sicknesses and diseases.

Thermodynamics of Bio-process

The field of biotechnology is developing very rapidly and needs skilled engineers with bioprocess engineering background to design, build, control, and operate bioreactors and fermenters. This course provides students with basic concepts and prepares them to meet the challenges of the new and emerging biotechnology industry.

Bio Analytical Techniques & Molecular Biology

To develop skilled manpower in the field of Bioanalytical Sciences. Exploration of  traditional systems of medicine (ASU) with the help of modern scientific instruments Generating new avenues for biosciences using modern techniques like Proteomics And Genomics, Bioinformatics.

Industrial Microbiology Practical

Introduction to Different aspects of Industrial Microbiology and provide hand on experience of microbiology practical.

Immunology Practical

The major immunology experiments will allowed the elucidation of these mechanistic features will be featured to help understand how immunologists think and work.

Subject Name Description

Stem Cell Culture Technology

This course aims to impart in students an understanding of the primary cell culture and methods that convert them to long term established cultures. They will be exposed to all the factors which could impact cell culture and equipment requirements for propagation. Awareness is generated about recent advances in the area of stem cell technology, organ culture, tissue engineering etc.

Hormones & Neurotransmitter

Identify and discuss the role of neurotransmitters on behavior. Describe the chemical nature of hormones and neurotransmitters and their function in cell communication. Explain the modes of action of hormones and neurotransmitters and describe how drugs can be used to alter their action.

Recombinant DNA Technology

This course allows students the understanding for genetic manipulation of organisms by incorporating DNA sequences from different sources into a single recombinant molecule. They will understand the revolutionary technology of several applications in plant genomics and clinical research.

Genetic Engineering

The objective of this course is to discipline to students knowledge of main engines of implementation and transmission of a genetic material at molecular and cellular levels, and also methods of change of a genetic material and constructioning of transgene organisms with the given properties.

Genetic Engineering Practical

The module provide hand on experience of applications of genetic engineering in biotechnology and demonstrates the influence of Recombinant DNA technology in the production of mammalian products (such as human growth hormones and insulin) and vaccines, gene therapy, transgenic plants and animals, food processing as well as environmental bioremediation.

Subject Name Description

Design & Production of Vaccines

The course aims at imparting knowledge on viruses, vaccine, vaccine types, vaccine development and production and factors affecting production.

Nano-Biotechnology

The course aims at providing an understanding about biological systems as templates in the development of nano scale products and their biological responses, understanding of emerging Nanotechnologies, nanolebels, nanobiosencers and nanomedicine , techniques and synthesis of nanobiomolecules and their applications in biomedical field.

Instrumental Methods of Analysis

The course aims at providing background of useful instruments, their handling, principles and applications, in the field of Molecular Biology and biotechnology.

Instrumental Methods of Analysis Practical

The advent of dedicated Bioinstruments has facilitated progress in the instrumental methods of analysis in Biology. Large number of Biological data points can be collected, stored, manipulated and analyzed at a high precision with the help of instruments having high sensitivity, selectivity, and extremely low detection limit. This course aims at providing background of useful instruments, their handling and applications, in the field of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.

Subject Name Description

Biostatistics and Computer Application

The basic objective of this course is to get familiar with Biostatistics and computers. Provides students with an understanding of probability concepts, distributions of random variables, nonparametric methods, and other statistical methods used in pharmaceutical, and health care research.

Diagnostic Technology

The course aims at imparting technical knowledge to biomedical and immunodiagnostics procedures, Monoclonal antibodies, HLA TYPING, Transplantation, Genetically engineered therapeutic agents, DNA-Diagnostic systems, Multi-drug resistance, Diagnosis of genetic diseases, Detection of mutation in DNA.

Diagnostic Technology Laboratory

The course aims at giving practical training to diagnostic techniques imparting technical knowledge to biomedical and immunodiagnostics procedures, Monoclonal antibodies, HLA TYPING, Diagnosis of genetic diseases, Detection of mutation in DNA.

B Tech Thesis on- Campus BT -G -402