Electrical and Electronics Engineering

About the Department

  • The department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in the year 1999-2000. The department offers B.E., (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) and M.E., (Control Systems) programs.
  • It is also being recognized as Research Centre by Anna University, Chennai, for offering Ph.D Programmes.
  • The department has tie up with leading industries like National Instruments and established LabVIEW academy. Best performing LabVIEW academy award for the year 2017 conferred by NI is one of the highlighting record of the department.
  • For the past more than decades, the department has been producing numerous outstanding engineers for the country.
  • Many of our alumni are extending highest contribution in various sectors like Industry, teaching and research.
  • The team of faculty members of EEE department will strive further towards outcome based education in the upcoming days.

Programmes offered

  • B.E. - Electrical and Electronics Engineering - 4 years
  • M.E. - Control Systems - 2 years
  • Ph.D. - Programme from Anna University

Vision & Mission


  • To produce globally competent Electrical and Electronics Engineers, entrepreneurs with cutting edge technologies


  • To impart technical education through effective teaching-learning process
  • To enhance students employability through mentoring various skill based activities
  • To promote research activities with a focus on excellence and innovation to meet the global challenges
  • To imbibe ethical and enterprising characters to become socially responsible citizens

PSOs, PEOs & POs

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The students will demonstrate the abilities

  • Understand and apply core domain knowledge of electrical engineering to analyze and solve complex engineering problems of machines, control systems, electronics and power systems.
  • Apply proficient innovative solutions in renewable energy for specific requirements
  • Create conducive environment to develop professionalism, entrepreneurial skills and leadership qualities with ethics.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The graduates of will be able to

  • Excel in professional career by applying the knowledge to meet the real time Challenges
  • Apply Electrical and Electronics expertise and research to solve interdisciplinary Issues
  • Exhibit soft skills, professional ethics and an ability for life-long learning to resolve Societal

Program Outcomes (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions 5
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change

Advisory Committee

Department Program Advisory Committee (DPAC)

S.No Member Designation
1 Dr.S.Umamaheswari Head, Department of EEE, Mahendra Engineering College
2 Dr.R.Anita Professor & Head  / Dept. of EEE, IRTT, Erode
2 Dr.M.Kannan Professor & Head, Department of  CSE
3 Dr.Vimal Kumar Eswarlal Mangla Smart Energy Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Tirupur
4 Dr.S.Sumathi Professor, Department of EEE,
5 Dr.P.Suresh kumar Professor, Department of EEE,
6 Prof.K.K.Selvam Dean ,Student Affaires 
7 Dr.V.Agalya Professor, Department of EEE
8 Dr.M.Muthuvinayagam Professor, Department of EEE
9 Dr.P.Umasankar Associate Professor, Department of EEE
10 Mr.S.Krishnan Assistant Professor, Department of EEE
11 Mr.P.Parathraju Assistant Professor, Department of EEE

Board of Studies

Members of the Board of Studies

S.No. Name of the Member Communication Address of the members BoS Designation
1 Dr.S.Umamaheswari Head, Department of EEE, Mahendra Engineering College. Chairman
2 Dr.I.Gnanambal Professor, Department of EEE, Government College of Engineering, Salem. University Nominee
3 Dr.S.Vasantharathna Professor &Head, Department of EEE, Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore. Academic Expert
4 Dr.Vimalkumar Eswarlal CEO, Mangla Smart Energy Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Tirupur. Industrial Expert
5 Dr.S.M.Kamali Professor, Department of EEE, Mahendra Institute of Technology. Academic Expert
6 Prof.K.K.Selvam Professor, Mahendra Engineering College. Academic Expert
7 Dr.S.Sumathi Professor, Department of EEE,
Mahendra Engineering College.
Academic Expert
8 Dr.P.Suresh kumar Professor, Department of EEE,
Mahendra Engineering College.
Academic Expert
9 Er.K.Saravanakumar Design Engineer(R&D), Megawin Switchgear Pvt. Ltd., Salem. Academic Expert
10 Ms.S.Nagapavithra    P.G Scholar – Control Systems
II Year Student,
Mahendra Engineering College.
11 Mr.R.Obuli Final year,
Department of EEE,
Mahendra Engineering College.


Electrical Machines Laboratory (AC/DC Machines)

The Laboratory is equipped with conventional and latest electrical machinery to get wide exposure in handling any AC/DC Electrical machines.

Utilization of the Electrical Machines Laboratory

  • As Electrical Engineering and Control System laboratory for ECE students
  • As DC Machines and Transformers laboratory for EEE Students
  • As Electrical Engineering laboratory for Mechanical and Automation Engineering students

Electrical Engineering and Control System Laboratory

This Laboratory is well equipped with machinery and instruments to meet the latest trends and cutting edge technologies in control engineering.

Utilization of the Electrical Engineering and Control System Laboratory

  • As Synchronous and Induction Machines Laboratory for EEE Students
  • As Control and Instrumentation Laboratory for EEE Students
  • As Electrical Engineering Laboratory for Mechanical Engineering Students
  • As Electrical Drives and Control Laboratory for EEE Students

Instrumentation and Integrated Circuits Laboratory

Accurate measurements of quantities play a main role in analysis, control and monitoring of engineering assignments. This Laboratory has been designed to meet the precision measurement needs.

Utilization of the Instrumentation and Integrated Circuits Laboratory

  • As Power Electronics Laboratory for EEE Students
  • As Electrical Circuits Laboratory for EEE students

Electric circuits and Electronic Devices Laboratory

The electrical circuits and devices lab is well equipped with Cathode Ray Oscilloscope's, Regulated Power supplies, audio frequency oscillators, function generators, sufficient number of measuring instruments like ammeter, voltmeter, millimeters and components.

Utilization of the Electric circuits and Electronic Devices Laboratory

  • As Electronic System Design Laboratory for EEE Students
  • As Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory for EEE Students
  • As Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory for EEE Students

Power System Simulation Laboratory

This lab is utilized for hands on training in analytical modeling and simulation for Power System Analysis, design, planning, operation, control and automation. The lab is equipped with softwares like MATLAB and E-TAP to provide better understanding of power system analysis through digital simulation.

Utilization of the Simulation Laboratory

  • As Power System Simulation Laboratory for EEE Students

Engineering Practices Laboratory

To provide exposure to the engineering students with hands on experience on various basic engineering practices of different courses.

Utilization of the Engineering Practices laboratory

  • As Engineering Practices Laboratory for Non-Circuit Branch Students

Process control laboratory

The process control lab course is established to teach students how to operate cutting edge computer based system and integrate this knowledge with process control theory.

Utilization of the Engineering Practices laboratory

  • Used for P.G.Control System Laboratory

Faculty & Staff

S.No Name of the Faculty Designation
1 Dr.S.Umamaheswari Professor and Head
2 Dr. B.S.Viswanath Professor
3 Dr.S.Sumathi Professor
4 Dr.P.Sureshkumar Professor
5 Dr.M.Muthuvinayagam Professor
6 Dr.V.Agalya Associate Professor
7 Dr.P.Umasankar Associate Professor
8 Mr.S.Krishnan Assistant Professor
9 Ms.G.Jayanthi Assistant Professor
10 M.Sidheswaran Assistant Professor
11 Mr.P.Parathraju Assistant Professor
12 Mr.B.S.Rajan Assistant Professor
13 Mrs.M.Thenmozhi Assistant Professor
14 Mr.R.Prasannakumar Assistant Professor
15 Mr.M.Sakthikumaran Assistant Professor
16 Mr.G.Sivashankar Assistant Professor
17 Mr.P.Devi priya Assistant Professor
18 Mr.C.Nanthakumar Assistant Professor
19 Mr.V G. Vinesh Assistant Professor
20 Mr.S.Raja Assistant Professor
21 Mr.G.Dinesh Assistant Professor
22 Mr.C.Boopalan Assistant Professor
23 Mr.C.Gowthaman Assistant Professor
24 Ms.K.Geetha Assistant Professor
25 Mr.A.Navin Assistant Professor
26 Mr.K.Karthikeyan Assistant Professor
27 Mr.J.Prabhakaran Assistant Professor
28 Mr.M.Malukannan Assistant Professor
29 Mrs.S.Nagapavithra Assistant Professor
30 Mr.P.C.Sivakumar Assistant Professor
31 Mr.M.Dharmalingam Assistant Professor
32 Mrs.I.R.Suganya Assistant Professor
33 Mr.R.Ramarajiv Assistant Professor
34 Mr.N.Anandhakumar Assistant Professor
35 Mr. Kadar Muhaideen Assistant Professor
S.No Name Qualification posting
1 T.Sivakumar Dip EEE Lab technician
2 M.Sekar Dip EEE Lab technician
3 R.Boopathi Dip EEE Lab technician
4 G.Murali BE EEE Lab technician
5 M.Dinesh BE EEE Lab technician
6 S.Karthikeyan BE EEE Lab technician
7 M.Sathishkumar Dip EEE Lab technician
8 M.Rameshkumar BE EEE Lab technician
9 S.Prakasam BBA Lab technician
10 Kabilan ITI Sr.Technician
11 N.Rajasekar BA Admin Assistant


Credentials of the Department

  • Established with recognized LabVIEW Academy center for conducting Certified Labview Associate Developer (CLAD) and Certified Labview Developer (CLD) exam in association with National Instruments through which Internship and placement are offered.
  • Conferred with Best Performing LabVIEW Academy for year 2017
  • Through established NPTEL Local Chapter, our students and faculty members are appearing for NPTEL course online examination.  
  • Through established IIT Bombay – Remote centre for training the faculty members and students, department has trained more than 150 faculty members and students  in latest technologies.
  • Technical publications by our faculty members: 164 in the last three academic years 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17.
  • Faculty members are playing vital role in professional societies like IEEE, ISTE chapters.
  • Best secretary award and Best Women Engineer Award from ISTE and IE (I) for the year 2016-17
  • Undertaken students’ projects funded by Tamil Nadu State Council for Science & Technology, Chennai.
  • Our Students have undergone Internship in various Government / reputed Private Industries / Organizations.
  • Organized IEEE Conferences and published more than hundred quality technical research papers in IEEE Explore
  • IEEE – Hardware project design contest have been conducted periodically.
  • Sanctioned fund under Department of Science and Technology – Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure in Higher Educational Institutions (FIST)
  • Got sanctioned for process control lab modernization under AICTE -MODROBS
  • Seminar / Conference partial financial support received from CSIR, DST (SERB)


LabVIEW Academy

Mahendra Engineering College jointly with National Instruments (India) has set up MEC-NI LabVIEW Academy for Mahendra Educational Institutions. This Academy is an initiative of NI under their Planet NI (Nurturing Innovation) framework which strives to increase the employability of Indian engineering graduates by creating 'Centre of Excellence' in Engineering Colleges and Universities which will provide cost effective access to world class latest technology through classroom teaching-learning.

The LabVIEW Academy is an acclaimed ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 29990:2010 certified training centre to provide hands on training in LabVIEW for engineering students, faculty and industrial personnel in south India.

ThThe Academy also provides facilities for students to carry out their under graduate and post graduate projects. The Academy is actively involved in conducting short-term training courses for faculty and students from various engineering colleges. The centre has highly skilled Faculty/Engineers duly trained by National Instruments, India and certified by National Instruments, US under 'Train the Trainer' program to conduct the classes under these training programs at the centre... View more

Short-Term Courses

Short-Term & Value-Added Courses organized in the last three academic years 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17

  • KONARK : Students skill development training program powered by  National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) an autonomous Institution of Ministry of Renewable Energy (MNRE) conducted for 15 days.
  • SURYAMITRA : Students skill development training program –  National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) an autonomous Institution of Ministry of Renewable Energy (MNRE) conducted for  3 months.  
  • Industrial Co- Teaching Course (I–COT) is offered as value added course.
  • Embedded system design / Panel Board Design are conducted in association with Industry.


Seminars, Conferences & Workshops conducted through Professional Societies

Events organized in last three academic years:
S.No. Type of Events Professional society Date Name of the Events
1 Seminar IEEE 07.07.2017 Industrial Trends and Innovation Scope
2 Short Term Training Program ISTE 10.07.2017 to
Two week ISTE STTP on
 “ Electric Power System”
3 Technical Training ISTE 11.08.2017

Protection Issues in Transmission and Distribution

4 Inaugural function EWB 25.10.2017

MEC-EWB India Student Chapter

5 Awareness Program ISTE 14.07.2016 Kaaya Kalpam
6 Guest Lecture ISTE 15.07.2016 Innovations for societal sophistication from the insignt of elec_tric_tronic Engineeirng
7 Awareness Program ISTE 19.07.2016 Women as Role Model
8 Mahendra International Lecture Series(MILES) IEEE 20.07.2016 Fundamental Concepts of electrical power systems and its Industrial Applications
9 Seminar ISTE 22.07.2016 Self Branding with key skill set
10 Awareness Program ISTE 23.07.2016 Sky Yoga
11 Workshop IEEE 26.07.2016 Bio- Energy : Sustainability & Technology Perspective
12 Mahendra International Lecture Series(MILES) IEEE 01.08.2016 Define Fully Logic Controller Using MATLAB
13 Workshop ISTE 01.08.2016 to
Electrical Machine Winding Practices
14 Seminar ISTE 22.08.2016 Industrial Trends and Innovation Scope
15 Mahendra Alumni Interactive Lecture Series (MAILS) IEEE 22.08.2016 How to improve their Interview skills & Behavioral Skills
16 Project Contest IEEE 29.08.2016 National Level Project Expo
17 Workshop ISTE 27.12.2016
Energize Bode and Mind
18 Workshop cum National Level Competition IEEE 07.02.2017
Industrial Automation PLC & SCADA
19 Hands-on Training ISTE 16.02.2017
Hands-on Training Program using MATLAB in Engineering Applications
20 Project Contest IEEE 28.02.2017 National Level - Project Contest’17 (PDCON -17)
21 Technical Training ISTE 01.03.2017 Electrical Engineering - Overview
22 National Seminar ISTE
&CSIR Sponsored

Smart sensors for Sustainable Smart Healthcare
23 Technical Training ISTE 08.03.2017 Power System Analysis  - Overview
24 National Conference ISTE& DST Sponsored 12.04.2017 &
Future research directional to mitigate the climatic changes and its effects related to energy sector
25 Seminar ISTE 11.07.2015

Health Issues

26 Workshop ISTE 14.07.2015

Electrical Machines Winding Practices

27 Workshop IEEE 16.07.2015

Solar PV system

28 Seminar IEEE 25.07.2015


29 Circuit Debugging ISTE 29.07.2015

Circuit Debugging

30 Training ISTE 05.08.2015

Hands on Training for control Systems using MATLAB / SIMULINK

31 Workshop ISTE 12.08.2015

Electrical Machines -Winding Practices

32 Workshop IEEE 20.08.2015

Solar PV System

33 Seminar ISTE 27.08.2015

Programming and Training on Embedded System Design

34 Guest Lecture IEEE 28.08.2015

Recent & Future Trends in VLSI / Embedded Systems

35 Seminar ISTE 18.09.2015

Intellectual Property Rights.

36 Faculty Deeper Learning Programme (FDLP) ISTE 18.11.2015

A Gist to Just My Core

37 Awareness Program ISTE 09.02.2016

You are What You Eat

38 Workshop ISTE 11.02.2016

Residences Wiring  Practices

39 Guest Lecture IEEE 26.05.2016

Electrical Machine-II

40 Mahendra Alumni Interactive Lecture Series (MAILS) IEEE 07.06.2016

New Horizon and Exploration Scope in Electrical Domain

41 Faculty Development Programme ISTE 13.06.2016

Program on Teacher Tuning (ProteTune)

42 Guest Lecture IEEE 21.06.2016

Power System Operation &Control

43 Workshop IEEE 01.08.2014 Overview of PLC & SCADA
44 Workshop IEEE 06.08.2014 Power System Analysis Using MATLAB
45 FDTP ISTE 6.08.2014
Transmission & Distribution
46 Workshop ISTE 11.09.2014 Hands on practice on house holding
47 Guest Lecture ISTE 11.09.2014 Digital Signal Processing
(phase-I) & phase -II
48 Seminar IEEE 30.12.2014 Opportunities and Challenges for an Electrical Engineer
49 Seminar IEEE 28.01.2015 Integrated Wind and solar Energy systems
50 Workshop ISTE 23.01.2015 Power Quality Issues and Challenges in FACTS Devices
51 Mahendra Alumni Interactive Lecture Series (MAILS) ISTE 27.01.2015 Engineering students and IT opportunities
52 Workshop IEEE 07.02.2015 Control by Computational Intelligence by using MATLAB Programming
53 Mahendra Alumni Interactive Lecture Series (MAILS) IEEE 26.02.2015 Trends in Electronic Design and Automation
54 Workshop IEEE 19.02.2015
MALTAB/Simulink Hands on Training
55 Conference IEEE 27.03.2015 National conference on grid and energy management
56 Workshop ISTE 04.05.2015 It Is Teaching alone enough for present say situation


Academic research activities in last three academic years 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-2017

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is approved Research Centre by Anna University, Chennai (Code: 4260908) for carrying out research activities in various domains

Number of research publications of the faculty members

  • Academic Year  2014-2015 : 42
  • Academic Year  2015-2016 : 54
  • Academic Year  2016-2017 : 68

Faculty members guiding Ph.D. research scholars

S.No Name Area of Specialization Number of Research scholars 
Progress Awarded
1 Dr.S.Umamaheswari Control System, Soft Computing Techniques 02 -
2 Dr.S.Sumathi Bio signal Processing
Soft Computing Techniques
03 -
3 Dr.P.Sureshkumar Power System ,
Signals and Image processing
11 -
4 Dr.P.Umasankar Power Converters,
Power Electronics
Intelligent systems
01 -

Faculty members to whom Ph.D.  Degree awarded during the last three academic years 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-2017

  • Dr.V.Agalya - Academic year 2016-17
  • Dr.M.Muthuvinayagam - Academic year 2015-16

Sponsored Research, Funded research from outside

Project Title Funding Agency Amount in Rupees (INR) Duration
Fund for Improvement in S&T Infrastructure(FIST 2000) DST-FIST 21,62,000/- 5 Years

The following initiatives are taken in association with various funding agencies like DST, IIT, CSIR, IE (I), IEEE etc. towards developing the research in various domain.

S.No Project Title Funding Agency Amount
In Rs.
1 Evaluation and Research Directions of Nanotechnology in Biomedical Applications IE(I), Salem Local Centre 30,000/- 2 days
2 Two-Week ISTE STTP on CMOS, Mixed Signal and Radio Frequency VLSI Design IIT, Kharagpur 1,81,000/- 14 days
3 Two Week ISTE STTP on Electric Power System IIT, Kharagpur 1,25,450/- 14 days
4 National Seminar on “Climate Change & its Effects on Energy Sector- Research Directions & Remedial Measures Council of Science and  Industrial Research 20,000/- 2 days
5 Design of robot for climbing on tree and grabbing fruit using Lab View Tamilnadu state council for science and technology (TNSCST) 10,000/- 6 Months
6 National Conference on    " Future Research Directions to Mitigate the climate Change and its Effects Related to Energy Sector" Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)
(statutory body) Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India.
75,000/- 2 days
7 Seminar on “ Smart sensors for sustainable smart health care” Council of Science and  Industrial Research 30,000/- 2 days
Total Amount          26,33,450/-

Product Development Initiatives

Innovative ideas of the faculty members are developed as project with the help of students and few are listed. Through the intiative of "Thought to Product" students are motivated to develop product. Our students are developing the product in association with Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing (IIITDM), Kancheepuram. Our department faculty members are working in association with MSME - Incubation center for developing the product.

S.No. Project Title Project
Duration / Period
In progress)
Number of
Academic Year 2017-18
1 Pick and place Robort January  – March   2018 Institution Sponsored Completed 2
2 Solar powered blue tooth operated remote control vehicle January  – March     2018 Institution Sponsored Completed 2
3 Automatic chalk piece machine January  – July       2018 In association with
General Electrical and Electronic Solutions
In progress 3
Academic Year 2016-17
1 Analysis of cardiac ejection and retinal function of human body in home monitoring system April 2017 Centre for Energy Systems Completed 2
2 Design of robot for climbing on tree and grabbing fruit using LabVIEW April 2017 Tamilnadu State Council  for Science and Technology
Completed 2
3 Wireless power transfer system with an asymmetric six-coil resonator April 2017 Centre of Excellence -  LABVIEW Completed 2
4 Advanced digital energy meter and online energy monitoring system with power factor control using Rasberry PI April 2017 Centre of Excellence - Green Energy Technologies Completed 2
5 Maximum power point tracking for concentrating solar photovoltaic system April 2017 Centre of Excellence - Green Energy Technologies Completed 2
Academic Year 2015-16
1 Optimized Hybrid power generation using DC-DC sepic converter March2016  Industrial Automation Completed 2
2 Sensor less drive for high speed BLDC motor based on the virtual neutral voltages March 2016 Industrial Automation Completed 2
3 Automatic attendance system using FACE recognition March 2016 Industrial Automation Completed 2
Academic Year 2014-15
1 Design and development of new advanced landline for 2020 June 2014 International Society - Scientific Research and Development (ISSRD) Completed 2
2 Solar water pump control using microcontroller June 2014 Centre for Excellence - Green Energy Technologies Completed 2
3 Modeling of DC-DC converter by using fuzzy logic for SMPS June 2014 Centre for Excellence - Green Energy Technologies Completed 2

Instructional Materials

Instructional  Material

Industrial Co Teaching Course(ICOT)related course materials
Green Energy  Technologies
Module 1: Design of Solar Energy System for Domestic Applications
Module 2: Design of Renewable Energy System for Agriculture and Industry Applications
Module 3: Energy Planning for Smart Cities
LabVIEW training course materials
Embedded system design materials
Panel board design study materials
Process control station study materials
Suryamitra Skill Development Training Material


Memorandum of Understanding signed during last three academic years 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-2017

S.No. Date of MoU Signed Company Name& Location Guest Invited
13.07.2016 General Electrical and Electronics Solutions Mr.G.Kannan,
Chief Executive Officer, Salem.
2 15.05.2015 Mangla Smart Energy Solutions Pvt Ltd Dr.Vimal Kumar Eswarlal,
Chief Executive Officer, Tirupur
3 27.04.2015 Live Wire Mrs.Hareni,
 Division Manager, Salem
4 27.04.2015 KCP Solar industry Mr.P.Ashok kumar,
Chief Executive Officer, Salem
5 09.02.2012 Yokogawa India Ltd, Bangalore Mrs.R.Mahalakshmi,
Academic Manager
Yokogawa India Ltd., Bangalore.
6 13.02.2012 NI Systems (India) Pvt.Ltd, Bangalore- 560 037 Shri.Solaikutty Dhanabal
Academic Manager, NI, Bangalore


Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Mahendra Engineering College (Autonomous),

Salem- Thiruchengode Highway, Mahendhirapuri,



Phone: 04288-238777

E-Mail id: hodeee@mahendra.info