• Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering
  • Department Profile
    Virtual Tour of Department of Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering
    “To achieve excellence in imparting education, developing technical skills among women and to be recognized as a research-driven department in the field of Biomedical Engineering”
    • To provide educational opportunities to women and prepare them for a productive career in the discipline of Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering
    • To create infrastructure and Engineering knowledge base to achieve the vision.
    • To prepare the students to be the next generation leaders and entrepreneurs in the field of health care Instrumentation Engineering with societal concern.

    The department of Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering was established in 1996. Health Care is a very important part of todays’ society and requires more sophisticated instruments and technologies that assist doctors to diagnose, perform surgeries and take care of patients’ post-surgery complications. Physically challenged persons are using many assistive gadgets to lead a normal life. Biomedical Instrumentation Engineers are most wanted in the hospital and the society. The department has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with leading industries and multi-specialty hospitals. The department has an established AVIN-NI LabVIEW academy and is authorized by M/s. National Instruments (NI) to provide training for students, faculty and industry personnel of the region, and also to cater to the needs of research and academics. The academy imparts global competency to students going abroad for higher education.

      Thrust Areas of Research
    • Deep Learning in Signal and Image Processing
    • Assistive Technology
    • Smart Medical Textile
    • Diagnostic Devices with Embedded and IoT Sensors
  • Programmes Offered

    Programmes Offered
    • B.E   Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering
    • M.E   Medical Electronics
    • Ph.D   Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering
    • B.Voc.  Medical Equipment Technology

    • B.E Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering : As per AICTE norms
    • M.E Medical Electronics : As per AICTE norms
    • Ph.D Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering : • B.E/B.Tech with specialization in BiomedicalInstrumentation/ Biomedical Engineering/MedicalElectronics/Electronics and Instrumentation andM.E./M.Tech with specialization in BiomedicalEngineering/Medical Electronics/Instrumentation/AppliedElectronics

    • B.Voc Medical Equipment Technology : As per UGC norms
    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for B.E.
    Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) programme is based on Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education (OBE) pattern.
    The Biomedical Instrumentation Engineering graduates will be able to:
    PEO1: Define, establish, and lead the emerging discipline of biological Engineering, to address the societal challenges and opportunities.
    PEO2: Develop skills such as innovation, creativity, adaptability, and critical thinking ability to solve problems in the biomedical industry, medicine, academia, and consulting.
    PEO3: Develop ability and passion to work wisely, creatively and effectively for the betterment of humankind and rural community and engage lifelong learning opportunities throughout their careers.
    PEO4: Inculcate leadership skills in their chosen fields so that they will function effectively in multi-disciplinary team environments and communicate to a variety of audiences, and enhance their ability to make decision that is socially and ethically responsible.
    Programme Specific Outcomes for B.E.
    PSO1: Create engineers who can work in the field of Image Processing, Sensors & Actuators, Biomedical Instruments, Communication, MEMS and allied fields to develop innovative biomedical system for the public wellness and safety.
    PSO2: Develop skills for design, maintenance and testing of medical equipment.
    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for M.E.
    PEO1: Able to analyse and design medical equipment as well as carry out research in the area of Medical Electronics.
    PEO2: Able to work in a team and lead Biomedical projects in industry or as entrepreneur.
    Programme Specific Outcomes for M.E.
    PSO1: Achieve expertise in Signal Processing, Optimization techniques, Medical Imaging, Biological control systems and applications to Bio-Sciences.
    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for Bachelor of Vocation
    PEO1: To attain skill in diagnosing, servicing and maintaining specialised medical equipment.
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  • Facilities

    The department has well established laboratories, excellent infrastructure to cater to the needs of students of all programmes. The department has unique laboratories for imparting practical knowledge. All laboratories have an excellent ambience and with state of art equipment. Laboratories like Digital Image Processing Laboratory, Special Medical Equipment Laboratory, Biosensors and Transducers Laboratory, Diagnostic & Therapeutic Equipment Laboratory, Medical Electronics Laboratory and Virtual Instrumentation Laboratory are equipped with industry grade software and PC based clinical equipment.

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