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Overview | Electrical Engineering

Getting a degree in Electrical Engineering from Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University) is your passport to the world and a bright future. Come to MM(DU) for a degree in Electrical Programs if you want to broaden your skill sets.

The world-famous and well trained technical experts at MM(DU) have maintained elite standard of education and their knowledge in existing and emerging technologies.

The Department of Electrical Engineering is one of the oldest departments set up in 1995. The Department offers degree program to cater the ever challenging needs of technical excellence and claims to be a centre of excellence in the field of electrical engineering by producing professionals who excel in Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Management. The course and curriculum is based on Model curriculum prescribed by AICTE and GATE and Engineering Services Examination.


  • Accredited by NAAC with Grade A
  • NIRF RANKINGS 2020- Ranked 93 rd Amongst Top 100 Universities of India
  • 1st University in North India to be Awarded QS Five Stars Global Rating for Employability, Teaching, Facilities & Social Responsibility


  • University Grants Commission(UGC)
  • All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE)

What makes us different?

  • Sophisticated labs equipped with high-tech equipments to simulate Industry exposure. A simulation lab has also been established along with modernized control system and electrical drives lab
  • PSCAD software for providing much needed real world perspective on power system and electrical machines problems
  • Expertise in research and consultancy focusing on power system and power electronics using advanced simulation tools and renewable energy
  • The Department also has centre of Excellence with National Instruments and Texas Instruments
  • The Department has established two societies Resonance and Renewable Energy Club for all round development of its students

Research Outcome

Total Publications: 155, Total citation 1084, Cumulative Impact factor~24, h-Index~13, i10-index = 20

Innovative projects

The Department has attracted extramural funding by the central government of Approx Rs 21 lakhs for research work for the students and faculty

Courses | Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University), Mullana

The Department of Electrical Engineering strives continuously for excellence in education and research through its vision to meet the challenges of new technological advances and to provide update knowledge in the state of the art technology

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The vision of Electrical Engineering Department of M.M. (Deemed to be University) is to lead in the creation and development of intellectual and human capital in electrical engineering and their applications in order to foster the technological, economic, and social enrichment of the nation and the world.

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Academic Activities | Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University), Mullana

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Name of Conference/



1 National Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics 30/1/2017
2 International Conference on Innovative Trends in Mathematics, Computer and Information Sciences (ITMCIS-17) 9/3/2017 & 10/3/2017
3 International Conference on Contemporary Social Issues 11/11/2016
4 National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences 11/11/2016 & 12/11/2016
5 National Conference on Contemporary Social Issues 31/3/2015
6 International Conference on Newest Drifts in Mechanical Engineering 20/12/2014 & 21/12/2014
7 National Conference On Emerging Trends In Applications of Electronics and Communication Technology (ETAECT-2014) 15/1/2014 & 16/1/2014
8 Renewable Power Technology and Electric Drives (RPTED-2013) 19/12/2013 & 20/12/2013
9 2nd National Conference on River Hydraulics 22/03/2012 & 23/03/2012
10 HYDRO 2010 16/12/2010 & 18/12/2010





Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017



06th to 10th February 2017


One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"



Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017


Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"



Workshop on Brain Power



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



MS Office Workshop

17th ,24th September, 2016


Advances in Computer Aided Drug Design & Discovery



Cyber Crime Investigation & Ethical Hacking



Mendeley For Researchers



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



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



Sustainable Environment Management

23rd to 27th February 2015


Lab Safety in Chemistry



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



"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 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.


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.



Prof in Mathematics, Kurukshertra University, Kurukshetra

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


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


Dr.Anil Raina English, Punjab University Chandigarh

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


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.


Kumaresan N.


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.


Prof. Ravi Bhushan

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee

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


Prof. A. K. Sharma

Professor & head, Biotechnology, MMEC, MM(DU) Mullana

Seminar on Scientific Report Writing.


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.


Dr. Rakesh Kumar Mahajan

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

Electrochemical sensors for cation/anion recognition.


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.


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.


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.


Prof. M. R. Maurya

Professor, Chemistry Department, IIT Roorkee



Dr. Bonapali Pal

Professor, Thapar University, Patiala

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


Dr. Alok Verma

Professor, Old Dominion University, US

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


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).


Dr. Jonathan Joshi

CEO, Eduvance Technologies, Mumbai

Embedded Technology.


Dr. S. P. Harsha

Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee

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


Prof. P.K Joshi

TIFR, Mumbai

Nuclear Physics Experiments and its applications.


Prof. Sarbjit Singh

Ex Scientist H, Radiochemistry Division, BARC, Mumbai

Nuclear Radioactivity, its applications and nuclear waste.


Dr. J. S. Saini

Professor, EED, DCRUST

Research Motivation.


Dr. L. M. Saini

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

Renewable Energy Sources Based Technologies.


Prof. Mahavir Singh

Professor Department of Physics Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

Fabrication and Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles.


Dr. G. N. Pillai

Professor, IIT, Roorkee

Advancement in Neural Network along with its Applications.


Mr. Jaswinder Singh

NexGen Consultancy

Power Automation System.


Dr. Dheeraj Joshi

Associate Professor, DTU, Delhi

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Electrical Engineering.


Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Professor, EED, NIT, KKR

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


Naveen Kumar

CEO, EMTECH Foundation

Embedded System Technology.


Dr. D. R. Panda

Sr. Manager, QA, Ranbaxy Lab, Ponta Sahib

Analytical Techniques.


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?


Dr. Pawan Kumar

Professor, Chemistry Department, Kurukshetra University

NMR Spectroscopy and its application.


Dr. Rameshwar Dass

Professor, Guru NanakKhalsa College, Yamunanagar

UV Spectroscopy and its application.


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.




Sr. No. Name of Lab Description
1 Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory 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, energy meters, etc. to effectively conduct experiments.


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.
3 Electrical Machines Laboratory Electrical Machine laboratory is conducted for UG students in their third and fourth semesters. In this laboratory students perform experiments on Transformers, DC machines, single and three phase Induction 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.
4 Electrical Drives Laboratory This lab provides a great learning platform to students to learn about 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, AC motors, etc.
5 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, oscilloscope, etc.
6 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.
7 Simulation Laboratory Simulation Lab is set up using an array of software like MATLAB, LABVIEW, TORA, SCILAB, etc. Students use this lab for simulation based work. The experiments done in other laboratories are also performed on simulation and compared.
8 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.
9 Research Laboratory Research lab is setup in the department with various advanced instruments for research work for the students of Electrical Engineering of UG, PG, and Doctorate level.

Research & Publications

  • Forecasting issue in Electrical Engineering
  • Power system stability improvement in deregulated environment
  • Robust Control of Time Delay Systems

Frequently Asked Questions

The department is one of the first departments set up in MMDU 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 Ph.D. programs to cater to the ever challenging needs of technical excellence in all areas of electrical engineering.

Electrical Engineering graduates have a wealth of favorable job opportunities. They can create a flourishing career in aerospace, power generation, materials and metals, oil and gas, defence, telecoms, railways, electronics, automotive or marine industry. There are ample job opportunities in pharmaceuticals, construction, and utility sector as well.

Students can handle various professional assignments as Junior Engineer, Embedded Engineers and Power System Engineers in electrical and IT industry. Government, semi-government and private sectors like IOCL, BPCL, IPCL, SAIL, NTPC, etc. have very good openings for Electrical Engineers. Students can also work in fields like Engineering and Business consulting firms or with manufacturers of electronics, industrial machinery, scientific instruments, computer, and office equipment.

Those who are academically-oriented can also take up teaching and research and development in one of the many Engineering Colleges in India or abroad.

There are varieties of companies overseas looking for highly skilled and knowledgeable electrical engineers. As these companies have their firms and factories outside India, they look for candidates who can relocate them abroad for a reputed job with a handsome package. Candidates having great knowledge of control and power systems are preferred by these companies situated in Japan, Germany, Korea, Australia, the USA, etc.

There are options for studying abroad to pursue an MBA, M. Tech, MS, etc. after completing B. Tech.

No, there is no one -year diploma or certificate course offered by the Department of Electrical Engineering.

In addition to the core curriculum, personality development classes are also conducted in the Department of Electrical Engineering for improving communication skills, reasoning, vocabulary, analytical skills, and mathematical tools for the enhancement of a student to survive in a global society.

Participation in technical events like elocution, quiz, debate, sports, and cultural activities organized by the departmental clubs and societies help the students in their holistic development.

Campus placement is a regular feature of MM Engineering College. Our placement department is always ready to guide students about their future. The placement department provides opportunities for the students to be a part of the public as well as private sectors. Also, the students in our department can apply in the IT sector as well.


The student of our department got a job in merchant navy company ‘Anglo-Eastern’ where the pay package is more than INR 10 Lakhs p.a. after the training period.

Yes, the Department of Electrical Engineering arranges for training and internship sessions with industries for enhancing the practical skills among the students.

The Industry Immersion Programme (IIP) is our internship program designed to give students first-hand experience of the work environment. They will have the opportunity to apply knowledge, skill sets, and techniques that they have gained from the classroom in real-life situations. Summer training, full-term optional/compulsory internships, ‘On-the-job’ training, study tours, and skill enhancement events and workshops are extensively integrated into the MMDU curriculum.

Yes, the Department of Electrical Engineering runs the mentoring programme for the students. In the mentorship program, faculty acts as mentors and students as mentees. The programme is conducted at all levels of study. Student mentoring has proven to improve student retention, boost job placement rates, and increase alumni engagement. Both Advanced and Weak learners are identified based on their performance in Academic, Sports, Cultural & other Co-curricular activities.

Students with an innovative mind can put their idea in an incubation center and all the assistance is provided to them under the guidance of experts.

Yes, Workshops and seminars are regularly organized in the department which helps the students to develop a new skill set for their better future. It provides a chance to interact with experts from the specific field. Students tend to learn about the latest information and new skills related to the concerned subject.

There are lots of extra-curricular activities happen in the department of Electrical Engineering such as Seminars, Workshops, Quiz, Debates, Cultural, sports, etc.

Students are always welcome to participate in the activities organized by other departments as well as institutes within or outside the campus.

After the admission process is complete, an ID card is issued to the student. Then students fill the membership form in the library and get the books issued from there.

Thrust area of the department includes forecasting issues in Electrical Engineering, Power system stability improvement in deregulated environment, and Robust Control of Time-Delay Systems. Students who have done a Ph.D. from the Department are doing excellent in their field of choice.

Yes, a Welcome party is organized every year for the new students joining the department. This party is organized to welcome newcomers in a friendly atmosphere and to encourage their creative impulses to boost their confidence.



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