• Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering
  • Vision, Mission, PEOs and PSOs

    To achieve excellence in imparting education, developing technical skills among women and be recognized as a research-driven department in the field of Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering

    • To provide educational opportunities to the rural women and prepare them for a productive career in the discipline of Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering
    • To be the driving force in creating engineering knowledge and novel biomedical technology that improves the human condition
    • To address the major concerns of our society through quality education and new teaching and learning methodologies
    • To prepare the students to be the next generation leaders and entrepreneurs to advance the field of biomedical instrumentation engineering with societal concern

    The Programme educational objectives of the department are as follows:

    PEO1: To define, establish, and lead the emerging discipline of biological engineering, to address the societal challenges and opportunities.
    PEO2: To provide students with an education that combines rigorous academic study and the excitement of discovery with the support and intellectual stimulation of a diverse campus community.
    PEO3: To develop skills such as innovation, creativity, adaptability, and critical thinking ability to solve problems in the biomedical industry, medicine, academia, and consulting.
    PEO4: To inculcate leadership skills in their chosen fields so that they will function effectively in multidisciplinary team environments and communicate to a variety of audiences, and enhance their ability to make decision that is socially and ethically responsible.
    PEO5: To develop in each member of the biomedical instrumentation engineering department ability and passion to work wisely, creatively and effectively for the betterment of humankind and rural community and engage themselves in learning opportunities throughout their careers.
    PSO1: Graduates shall be able to troubleshoot the faulty medical equipment used in health care industry.
    PSO2: Graduates will be able to make measurements on and interpret data from living systems and address the problems associated with the interaction between living and non-living materials and systems.
  • Department Profile
    About the Department
    • The Department of Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering was established in 1996.
    • It offers B.E. (Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering), M.E. (Medical Electronics) and Ph.D (Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering)
    • The curriculum keeps abreast with the latest developments in this domain and endeavours to develop graduates of high calibre.
    • It provides the students with the ability to design instruments and medical devices for adopting novel approaches in research.
    • Rigorous training in leading hospitals and electronics industries imparts practical knowledge of techniques involved in clinical and engineering equipment.
    • It also equips the students with latest allied techniques.
    • Students are successful in pursuing higher studies in leading Universities in India and abroad.
    • MoUs are signed with leading industries.
    • The Department has an authorized AVIN-NI LabVIEW academy to provide training for students and faculty and, caters to the needs of research and academics.
    • The academy imparts global competency to students going abroad for higher education.

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  • Laboratories

    The department has well equipped state of art laboratories for exploring the practical skills of the students.


  • List of seminars organized:


    One day National Seminar on Innovation in Biomedical Devices on 12.7.17 - Keynote address by Dr. Upendra Kumar Singh, Director-DEBEL, DRDO, Bengaluru

    One Day National Conference on Recent Innovations in Healthcare Technologies 10th April 2017


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