DEPARTMENT OF BIO-MEDICAL ENGINEERING
CENTER FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING
The DT Based curriculum – R2019 consists of Theory, Theory cum practical and Practical courses, with a total credit of 169 to be earned for the award of degree. The Bio Medical Engineering Program consists of Basic Science courses for 24 credits, Humanities and Management courses for 5 credits, Engineering Sciences courses for 20 credits, Program core for 51 credits, Program Elective and Open Elective courses for 30 credits, DT CFC / IIPC courses for 24 credits and DT SCD courses for 15 Credits. The mandatory courses are structured to impart the students with skills and knowledge required for the current industry requirements like soft skills, internships, latest trends in technology, capstone etc. The entire curriculum was structured keeping in mind the AICTE guidelines and the industry expectations from the graduates. The design thinking aspect was included in every course to make the students experience the five stages and imbibe the methodology and its solution-based approach.
TEACHING AND LEARNING
Various number of student development activities are constantly being practiced in each classrooms, enforced by our Center of Learning and Teaching.
Integration of technology into education has enhanced the teaching/learning process to a higher level. The effective use of ICT in pedagogy has helped in grabbing the attention of the student throughout the session. Teaching-learning through various best practices such as Flipped Classroom, Role Play, Case Study, Group Discussion, Small Group Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project Based Learning etc., has elevated the level of it.
Outbound Training given to students to keep them mentally fit
Implementing Design Thinking mode of Learning
Debate on Current Topics
ICT enabled Classrooms and Teaching
Well developed curriculum and advanced learning materials through an online platform Courseware
Technical game play in current topics
Demo models for practical exposure
Adopting Bloom’s Taxonomy for deep learning and understanding
Providing students with all materials needed to complete an assignment
Defining clear classroom and assignment expectations and procedures
Presenting the goal and objective for each assignment
Encouragement and positive feedback to students
Allowing students to keep track of their learning progress
Accessibility of students via electronic communication
Monitoring student work
Allowing students to progress through assignments at their own pace
Providing help to understand and practice new knowledge
Allowing students to ask questions during online courses/assignments
Solutions-based teaching to solve problems
Supported by a collection of strategies and methods
Develop empathy and understand the needs of the people we are designing solutions for better outcome from customer end.
Define problems and opportunities for designing solutions.
Generate and visualize creative ideas.
Evaluate and test their designed solutions.
Learning Through Argumentation
Class Room Delivery Structure Description with photos & Links for sample
Teachers Manual and Workbook
Project-Based Learning, Problem Based Learning, Activity Based Learning, Google Class
Room and Onsite Teaching
Gallery Walk, Game-Based Learning, Mind mapping chart, Industry based case study
DESIGN THINKING BASED EDUCATIONAL FRAMEWORK
INSTITUTIONAL DT COURSES
LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT
GLOBAL BUSINESS ETHICS AND LAW
ESSENCE OF GLOBAL CULTURE
PROGRAM DT COURSES
EMERGING MOOC COURSES
2 CODING LANGUAGES
2 DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC TOOLS
BASIC S&H COURSES
PROGRAM SPECIFIC ENGINEERING/ ARTS/ SCIENCE/ CORE/ ELECTIVE COURSES
5 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
CAREER DT COURSES
STUDENTS EXCHANGE PROGRAMME
4 CAREER TRACKS
NON-ACADEMIC DT COURSES
WEEKEND ONLINE PRACTICE
SUBJECT DOMAIN SPECIFIC
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
YOGA/ MEDITATION/ READING/ CLUB ACTIVITIES/ SPORTS/ TOP CONTEST PARTICIPATION
4 CAREER TRACKS
Design thinking is a novel approach of solving engineering and social problem from the customer perspective. All most all global corporate gaints are pioneering in design thinking and internationally recognized universities and institutions are also deploying design thinking in their curriculum. We are 1st institutions in India who has successfully implemented design thinking at our curriculum level and have also trained faculties and students in the process. Design thinking makes the students more inclined to the customer perspective to identify their need and employ technology to provide it.
7+5 THRUST AREAS
The world as we know is is moving to greater heights with seven fields comprising Agriculture and Food Technology, Healthcare and Biomedical, Power & Energy, Aerospace and Defence, Automobile, Smart city and Fintech, being the fore runners in the world economy. There are five revolutionary technologies of Augmented Reality & Virtual Realty, Internet of Things, Data Analytics, Robotics and Automation and 3D Printing. The combination of the fields and the influencing technologies are framed as the 7+5 thrust areas. The institution focuses and works in these seven fields through the five technologies. Students and faculty as one are given opportunity to learn, practice and master over these areas.
- Agriculture & Food Technology
- Healthcare & Biomedical
- Power & Energy
- Aerospace & Defence
- Smart city
- Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality
- Internet of Things
- Data Analytics
- Robotics & Automation
- 3D Printing
BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS (BMC)
As a part of start-up culture, Aspiring Entrepreneurs should aware about Business Model Canvas (BMC) while pitching the startup idea to investors. Business Model Canvas (BMC) should be short, simple and compelling.
For that our curriculum is implemented with Design thinking. So every student exposure to different canvas model for business.
Every course teacher uploads his/her lesson plan, lecture notes, assignments, Puzzles, Question banks with answer keys, multiple-choice questions (MCQs), etc in the college web portal www.snscourseware.org which are accessible by the students anywhere at any time. All the contents shared in the classroom are also uploaded on the website for students’ reference. Online learning holds the promise of broadening access to higher education to more individuals, while also lowering costs for students
CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS
|1.||Humanities and Social Sciences including Management courses||12*||13|
|2.||Basic Science courses||25*||24|
|3.||Engineering Science courses including workshop, drawing, basics of electrical /mechanical /computer etc||24*||21|
|4.||Program core courses||48*||50|
|5.||Program Elective courses relevant to chosen specialization/branch/Tech/Tools||18*||25|
|6.||Open subjects – Electives from other technical and /or emerging subjects||18*||06|
|7.||Project work, seminar and internship / Industrial Training in industry or elsewhere||15*||31|
|8.||Mandatory Courses [Environmental Sciences, Induction Program, Indian Constitution, Essence of Indian Traditional Knowledge]||(non-credit)||(non-credit)|
|1 Hr. Lecture (L) per week||1|
|1 Hr. Tutorial (T) per week||1|
|1 Hr. Practical (P) per week||0.5|
|1 Hr. Field Work/ Project (J) per week||0.5|
|Course Code||Course||L||T||P||J||Contact hrs/week||Credit||Int/Ext||
|1.||19MAT101||Linear Algebra and Calculus||3||1||0||0||4||4||50/50||BSC|
|2.||19GET102||Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||ESC|
|3.||19CST101||Programming for Problem Solving||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||ESC|
|Theory Integrated Practical Courses|
|6.||19CSP101||Programming for Problem Solving Laboratory||0||0||4||0||4||2||60/40||ESC|
|7.||19GEB101||Design Thinking and Innovation||1||0||0||2||3||2||100/0||EEC|
|8.||Mandatory Course I -Induction Program||3 Weeks||MC|
|9.||19HST101||Mandatory Course II -Environmental science||2||0||0||0||2||0||100/0||MC|
|S No.||Course code||Course||L||T||P||J||Contact hrs/week||Credit||Int/Ext||Category|
|2.||19ITT102||Data Structures and Algorithms||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||ESC|
|Theory Integrated Practical Courses|
|3.||19MAB102||Integral Calculus and Laplace Transforms||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||BSC|
|4.||19CHB102||Engineering Chemistry For Electrical Sciences||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||BSC|
|7.||19ITP102||Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory||0||0||4||0||4||2||60/40||ESC|
|8.||19GEP101||Workshop Practices Laboratory||0||0||4||0||4||2||60/40||ESC|
|9.||19ECP102||Mini Project – I||1 week –During Vacation||1||100/0||EEC|
|10.||19HST102||Mandatory Course III-
|19MAT201||Transforms and Partial Differential Equations||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||BSC|
|19BMT131||Human Anatomy and Physiology||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PCC|
|19BMT132||Biomedical Sensors and Measurement||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PCC|
|Verbal, Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning||2||0||0||0||2||2||50/50||HSMC|
Theory Integrated Practical Courses
|19EIB201||Basic Electron Devices||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||PCC|
|19BMB131||Biochemistry and Technology||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||PCC|
|Mini Project -II||1 Week – During Vacation||1||100/0||EEC|
|Mandatory Course IV -Essence of Indian Traditional Knowledge||2||0||0||0||2||0||100/0||MC|
|19MAT204||Probability Theory and Random Process||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||BSC|
|19BMT141||Biomaterial and Artificial Organs||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PCC|
|19BMT142||Analog and Digital ICs||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PCC|
|19BMT143||Introduction to IoT||2||0||0||0||2||2||50/50||PEC|
|Verbal , Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning||2||0||0||0||2||2||50/50||HSMC|
|Theory Integrated Practical Courses|
|19BMB141||Pathology and Microbiology||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||PCC|
|Introduction to German/Japanese Language||1||0||2||0||3||2||100/0||HSMC|
|Summer Internship/ Industrial
|2 Week – During Vacation||2||100/0||EEC|
|19BMT152||Medical Imaging Techniques||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PCC|
|Program Elective – I||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PEC|
|19BMT153||Introduction to Data Analytics||2||0||0||0||2||2||50/50||PEC|
Theory Integrated Practical courses
|19BMB151||Diagnostic and Therapeutic Equipment||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||PCC|
|19BMB152||Biomedical Signal Processing||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||PCC|
|Mini Project-III||1 week||1||100/0||EEC|
|Career Course – I||1||0||2||0||3||2||100/0||EEC|
|Career Course – II||1||0||2||0||3||2||100/0||EEC|
|Course Code||Course||L||T||P||J||Contact hrs/week||Credit||Int/ Ext||
|1.||Professional Elective – II||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PEC|
|2.||Open Elective – I||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||OEC|
|3.||19BMT162||Biomedical Image Processing||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PCC|
|Theory Integrated Practical Courses|
|5.||19BMB161||Microprocessor and Microcontrollers||3||0||2||0||5||4||60/40||PCC|
|6.||19BMP161||Biomedical Image Processing||0||0||2||0||2||1||60/40||PCC|
|7.||Summer Internship/ Industrial Training/Exchange||2 Weeks- during vacation time||2||100/0||EEC|
|8.||Career Course – III||1||0||2||0||3||2||100/0||EEC|
|Course Code||Course||L||T||P||J||Contact hrs/week||Credit||Int/Ext||Category|
|Biology for Engineers||2||0||0||0||2||2||50/50||BSC|
|Open Elective – II||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||OEC|
|Professional Elective -III||3||0||0||0||3||3||50/50||PEC|
|Life Skill Course||1||0||0||0||1||1||50/50||EEC|
|19BMP172||Project Phase – I||0||0||0||4||4||2||60/40||EEC|
|19BMP172||Hospital Training||1 week||1||100/0||EEC|
|Course Code||Course||L||T||P||J||Contact hrs/week||Credit||Int/ Ext||Category|
|19BMP182||Project Phase- II||0||0||0||24||24||12||50/50||EEC|
|Course Code||COURSES OFFERED||L||T||P||J||C||
|4.||Verbal ,Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning||2||0||0||0||2||III|
|6.||Verbal, Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning||2||0||0||0||2||IV|
|8.||Introduction to German/Japanese Language||1||0||2||0||2||IV|
|S.No||Course Code||COURSES OFFERED||L||T||P||J||C||Sem|
|1.||19MAT101||Linear Algebra and Calculus||3||1||0||0||4||I|
|3.||19MAB102||Integral Calculus and Laplace Transforms||3||0||2||0||4||II|
|4.||19CHB102||Engineering Chemistry for Electrical Sciences||3||0||2||0||4||II|
|5.||19MAT201||Transforms and Partial Differential Equations||3||0||0||0||3||III|
|6.||19MAT204||Probability Theory and Random Process||3||0||0||0||3||IV|
|7.||Biology for Engineers||2||0||0||0||2||VII|
|S.No||Course Code||COURSES OFFERED||L||T||P||J||C||Sem|
|1.||19GET102||Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering||3||0||0||0||3||I|
|2.||19CST101||Programming for Problem Solving||3||0||0||0||3||I|
|3.||19CSP101||Programming for Problem Solving Laboratory||0||0||4||0||2||I|
|5.||19ITT102||Data structures and Algorithm||3||0||0||0||3||II|
|6.||19ITP102||Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory||0||0||4||0||2||II|
|8.||19GEP101||Workshop Practices Laboratory||0||0||4||0||2||II|
|S.No||Course Code||COURSES OFFERED||L||T||P||J||C||Sem|
|1.||19BMT131||Human Anatomy and Physiology||3||0||0||0||3||III|
|2.||19BMT132||Biomedical Sensors and Measurement||3||0||0||0||3||III|
|3.||19EIB201||Basic Electron Devices||3||0||2||0||4||III|
|4.||19BMB131||Biochemistry and Technology (B)||3||0||2||0||4||III|
|5.||19BMT141||Biomaterials and Artificial Organs||3||0||0||0||3||IV|
|6.||19BMT142||Analog and Digital ICs||3||0||0||0||3||IV|
|7.||19BMB141||Pathology and Microbiology (B)||3||0||2||0||4||IV|
|8.||19BMB142||Medical Instrumentation (B)||3||0||2||0||4||IV|
|9.||19BMT151||Medical Imaging Techniques||3||0||0||0||3||V|
|11.||19BMB151||Diagnostic and Therapeutic Equipment (B)||3||0||2||0||4||V|
|12.||19BMB152||Biomedical Signal Processing (B)||3||0||2||0||4||V|
|13.||19BMB161||Microprocessor and Microcontrollers (B)||3||0||2||0||4||VI|
|14.||19BMT162||Biomedical Image Processing||3||0||0||0||3||VI|
|15.||19BMP161||Biomedical Image Processing Lab||0||0||2||0||1||VI|
All the faculties are having culture to constantly enrich their knowledge by attending faculty development courses and Short term courses organised under ATAL , TEQUIP, QIP, Guest Lectures, seminars, conference and much more programs in various International universities, IITs, NITs, IIITs and other government institutions during their summer and winter vacation. The Emerging domains like Iot, Data Analytics, AR /VR, 3D printing, Robotics and Automation are the major topics that chosen by the faculties that can be matched with our institute thrust area. All the faculties are mandated to get NPTEL certificates for every academic year. Besides 11 faculties earned Autodesk certification program and 02 faculties get their ANSYS certificate for inhouse training to the student’s community.
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
- Dr. K.Yasoda, Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Recent Trends in Biomedical Engineering -Research Perspective” organised by Dr.NGP.Institute of Technology, Coimbatore from 26th April 2020 to 30th April 2020.
- Dr. K.Yasoda, Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “STTP on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Sector” organised by Karpaga Vinayagar College of Engineering and Technology, Kanchipuram from 8th July 2020 to 10th July 2020.
- Dr. K.Yasoda, Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Recent Technologies in Cloud computing and IOT” organised by SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai from 8th July 2020 to 11th July 2020
- P.Arunkumar, Assistant Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Recent Trends in Biomedical Engineering -Research Perspective” organised by Dr.NGP.Institute of Technology, Coimbatore from 26th April 2020 to 30th April 2020.
- P.Arunkumar, Assistant Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “E-Content development in education sector ” organised by Dr.NGP.Institute of Technology, Coimbatore from 20th April 2020 to 24th April 2020.
- V.S.Jagathish, Assistant Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Teaching Learning Tools for the Digital Era” organised by Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore from 11th May 2020 to 16th May 2020.
- A.Diana Chris, Assistant Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on ”Artificial Intelligence” organised by Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Oddanchatram from 22nd May 2020 to 26th May 2020.
- A.Diana Chris, Assistant Professor of BME Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on ”Recent Innovations in Electrical,Electronics,Instrumentation,,Automation and Teaching Pedagogy ” organised by Sri Sairam Engineering College ,Chennai from 18th May 2020 to 30th May 2020.
- A Webinar on “Satellite IoT Connectivity for LoRa Technology” by Dr.M.Arun, Associate Professor & Head, Embedded systems, VIT University, Vellore was conducted on 08.05.2020. Around 82 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Introduction to Smart Grids” by Mr.Raman Raguraman, Amist University, Malaysia was conducted on 09.05.2020. Around 94 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Career Opportunities in Instrumentation Field” by P. Muthukumar, Project Engineer, Wintex engineering Pvt. Ltd. was conducted on 14.05.2020. Around 33 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Artificial Intelligence” by Mr. M. Vivek Anand, Proprietor, Airavata Technology Solutions was conducted on 15.05.2020 . Around 102 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Industry 4.0 conceptualization for manufacturing enterprises” by Mr. Thinaharan Ramachandran, Director, JOSLAB Technologies, Malaysia was conducted on 16.05.2020. Around 78 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “TRIZ techniques for a new invention” by Mr.Vignesh Swaminathan, Production Engineer, Joacbi Carbons, Coimbatore was conducted on 18.05.2020. Around 60 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Business Intelligence Predictive Analysis” by R. Rachielin Sujae, Process Lead, Koka Technology, Chennai was conducted on 20.05.2020. Around 54 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Agile Software development” by Mr.Vidiya Prasanth, Technology lead, Infosys Ltd., USA was conducted on 22.05.2020 . Around 70 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Adaptive Signal Processing” by Mr.N. Prabhakaran, Specialist in Audio Engineering, Tata Elxsi, Chennai was conducted on 23.05.2020 Around 80 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Career in Biomedical Instruments” by Mr. S. Arun, Operation and Maintenance Engineer, General Electric, Gadag was conducted on 24.05.2020. Around 84 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Cybersecurity Overview-Application security” Pradeep Ponnuswamy, Cyber security-Technical Lead, Infosys Limited, Mysore was conducted on 27.05.2020. Around 46 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the sessi
- A Webinar on “Robust Engineering using Taguchi Method” by Dr. Sean Tan Koon Tatt, MAHSA University, Malaysia was conducted on 29.05.2020. Around 54 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- An International Webinar on “Study at France” by Ms.Neelufur Shaikh, Student Manager, College de Paris, Paris, France was conducted on 23.06.2020. Around 63 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- An International Webinar on “Scopes and Challenges for Biomedical Engineers in Healthcare Industry” by Mr.K.Srinivasamoorthi, Operations Head, Magna Meditech Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was conducted on 17.06.2020. Around 36 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A National Webinar on “The winning formula in today’s changing healthcare job market ” by Dr. Jessy Christin, Vice President, HR & Operations, Convate Consultancy Services Pvt.Ltd, Bangalore was conducted on 13.06.2020. Around 40 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- An International Webinar on “Study at Lithuania” by Ms.Dovile Jodenyte, International studies Centre chief coordinator, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania, Europe was conducted on 12.06.2020. Around 50 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A National Webinar on “Career Prospects in Biomedical Engineering ” by Mr. Dhinakaran Durairaj, Application Specialist, Siemens Healthineers was conducted on 08.06.2020. Around 47 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A National Webinar on “Process automation & Instrumentation” by Saravanan Madhavan, Senior Software test Specialist (R & D), Siemens Technology and services Pvt.Ltd, Bangalore was conducted on 06.06.2020. Around 35 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- An International Webinar on “Study at New Zealand” by Susan. F. Stvenson, President(Academics & Research), Freedom Institute of Higher Education, New Zealand was conducted on 05.06.2020. Around 59 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- An International Webinar on “Lasers in Surgical and Dermatology Applications” by Mr.S.Jayakrishnan, Product Specialist – Dermatology Division, Lase-Tech LLC, Dubai, UAE was conducted on 26.06.2020. Around 57 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- An International Webinar on “Am I a General Maker or an Engineer?” by Ricardas Lescinskas, Head of VGTU LinkMenu fabrikas prototyping Laboratory, Vilinus Gediminas Technical University creativity and innovation Center, Vilinus, Lithuania was conducted on 29.06.2020. Around 40 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- An International Webinar on “Scope of latest Technologies and opportunities at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS” by Mr.P.ArunMozhi Devan, Post Graduate Researcher, Institute of Autonomous Systems, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS was conducted on 30.06.2020 . Around 44 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “The Magic of Thinking Big with STAC (Self talk, Attitude, Character)” by Mr.B.Bala Senthil Kumar, Founder and CEO of ZEBANCARIO, Coimbatore was conducted on 23.7.2020. Around 17 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Technology & COVID 19” by Shiva sundharan.S SRF, CSIR-IMTECH Chandigarh Area of research – Microbiology and Human Micro biome was conducted on 23.07.2020. Around 17 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
- A Webinar on “Role of Biomedical Engineering in COVID 19”, by Mr. Motlak Al Anazi, Biomedical Maintenance project manager, Head of Biomedical Engineering Department in Tayma General Hospital was conducted on 30.06.2020. Around 146 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
1.All facultys attended webinar by MHRD’s Innovation Cell series and NPTEL webinar series in Live regularly during the month of April 20201.
2.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Role of Network Enablers in driving I&E in HEIs – A Case of TiE, India on 1.5.2020
3.NPTEL Webinar on “Privacy and Ethics in Software Industry” on 2.5.2020
4.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Hangout with Successful Startup Founder and Learn Design thinking Approach for Hardware Innovation” on 4.5.2020
5.NPTEL Webinar on “Use of Technology in Educational Content Development” on 4.5.2020
6.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “”Entrepreneurship, Business Idea and Business Model Canvas on 5.5.2020
7.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “How to Identify Right Problem and Solution using the Double Diamond Approach in Design” on 6.5.2020
8.NPTEL Webinar on “Delivery Devices in Pharmaceutical Innovation” on 6.5.2020 ”
9.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Intellectual Property (IP) Management at Early Stage of Innovation and Start-ups on 7.5.2020″
10.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Understanding Angel and Venture Capital Funding – What is there for Early Stage innovator & Entrepreneurs” on 8.5.2020
11.21st century communication skills by artificial intelligence, CIT, Coimbatore on 8.5.2020
12.NPTEL Webinar on “Employability – a Startup Perspective” on 8.5.2020
13.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Legal and Ethical Steps – Productive Entrepreneurship and Startup” on12.5.2020
14.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Innovating Self- Screen and Identify right opportunities”
15.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Understanding Role and Application of Marketing Research at Idea to Startup Stage – Foundation Level” on 14.5.2020″
16.MHRD Innovation Cell Webinar on “Innovation Risk Diagnostic – PIR” on 15.5.2020
17.Role of Robotics in Healthcare organized by Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engineering on 16.5.2020
18.Six days webinar series for “Teaching learning tools for the digital era” from 11th May 2020 to 16th May 2020 organised by Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts & Science for Women, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu, India
19.Transgenic Plant Production At Vinayaga Mission Kripananda Variyar Engg College on 18.5.2020
20.MHRD Innovation Cell webinar on the topic ” Idea, business model and business plan” on 19.5.2020
21.MHRD Innovation Cell webinar on the topic “Entrepreneurship Development: Use of Market Data and Application of Marketing Research Tools and Methodology – Advance Level” on 20.05.2020
22.MHRD Innovation Cell webinar on the topic webinar titled ” Frugal Innovations and Social Entrepreneurship” on 21.05.2020
23.MHRD Innovation Cell webinar on “Interaction with Student Innovators and Entrepreneurs from Smart India Hackathon” on22.05.2020
24.Biosignal Processing using Neural Network by Muthayammal Engineering College on 23.5.2020
25.Biomechanics with MATLAB Tool by Department of Biomedical Engineering, Kalasalingam Academy on 24.5.2020
26.Data Science for Engineers by Dr. R. Joseph Manoj, Data Scientist, Hexaware Technologies, Chennai on 30.5.2020
27.Webinar on “Design thinking for Innovation” Organized by Department of Management Studies, Dr.N.G.P.IT. on 10.06.20
28.Webinar titled “ Patent Act, Drafting, Filing system and challenges in India ” Organized by IQAC, R.M.D. College of Engineering on 10.06.20
29.Webinar on “Application of ICT tools in Research” by Dr.Sanjay Sonar, Associate Professor, School of Engineering and applied science, Rai University on 11.06.2020
30.Webinar on “Blockchain Technology ” by Pantech solutions on 11.06.2020
31.Webinar titled “Future – Proof ERP Strategy” by Mr. Anil Lakhan Director & Chief Architect, Capgemini on 12.06.2020
32.Webinar “The Winning Formula in Today’s Changing Healthcare Job Market” by Dr.J.Jessy Christin, Vice President, HR & Operations, CONVATE Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore on 13.6.2020
33.Webinar on Research Article Writing and Publishing in Good Impact Journal “by IFERP on 13.06.2020″
34.Webinar on “LARGE-SCALE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESS (LAMP) FOR BIOCHIP” by Dr. Gyoujin Cho, Professor,Department of Biophysics,Institute of Quantum Biophysics, Sungkyunkwan University,South Korea on 17.6.2020
35.Webinar on “Scopes And Challenges For Biomedical Engineers In Healthcare Industry” on 17.6.2020
36.Webinar on ” Recent Trends in Healthcare” by Mr. Sudhakar Mairpadi, Head (Quality / Regulation) Philips India Limited India on 20.06.2020
37.An International Webinar on “Opportunities and Guidance for Higher Studies at France” on the Higher Studies Opportunities on 23.06.2020
38.Webinar titled “”Creating and Growing New Ventures in the Post – COVID Scenario”” by Dr. Manoj K Mondal Assistant Professor, RMSoEE, IIT Kharagpur on 24.06.2020
39.Webinar on the topic “Post-COVID Supply Chain Network: Opportunities and Challenges ” by Dr. Manoj K Tiwari Professor, ISE, IIT Kharagpur and Director, NITIE on 25.06.2020
40.Webinar on the topic “Power Electronic Converters for LED Applications” organized by dept.of EEE, St.Mother therasa college of Engineering on 26.08.2020
41.A 2 days online International Webinar session held at Dr.NGP Institute of Technology organized by the Department of Biomedical Engineering, on “Quality Education and Opportunities” during 27th & 28th June 2020.
42.Webinar on“Frugal Innovation in Bio Medical Engineering for Healthcare Industry as an Investment” by Dr.NGP- MHRD on 12.7.2020
43.Webinar on “Importance of Electrocardiogram in Clinical Diagnosis “conducted by B. V. Raju Institute Of Technology on 17.7.2020
44.Webinar on the title ” AI and Speech Disorder – challenges of Learning Machine” organized by KCT, Coimbatore on 17.7.2020
45.Webinar on ” Significance of Artificial Neural Network and Deep Learning in Image Classification” Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Kumaraguru College of Technology on 18.7.2020
46.Webinar on “Innovation in Education” on 21.07.2020
47.Webinar on “AI in healthcare” organized by ECE, KCT, Coimbatore on 22.7.20
48.Webinar on the topic “Last time – First time Approach to groom your Knowledge and Skills”,by Kumaraguru College of Engineering, Coimbatore on 23.7.202048.
49.Webinar on the topic “AI in healthcare” organized by ECE, KCT, Coimbatore on 22.7.20
50.Webinar on the topic “Last time – First time Approach to groom your Knowledge and Skills”,by Kumaraguru College of Engineering, Coimbatore on 23.7.2020
51.Webinar on the topic “Career scope & opportunities in the core Electronics field” Presented by, Renjith CV,Electrical Architect – Medical Imaging at Philips Healthcare,Pune, Maharashtra, India on 23.7.2020
52.Webinar on “MAGIC OF THINKING WITH STAC” on 23.07.2020
53.Webinar on “Lung Sonogram and COVID 19” on 24.07.2020
54.Webinar on ” Outcome Based Education (OBE) – Competency profile mapping with courses and Course Outcomes (COs)” from Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, TamilNadu on 30.7.20
55.Webinar on “Create A Stand Out Resume In 45 Minutes” on 31.7.2020
56.Webinar “Digital Business Leadership” Presented by,Dr.Kabaly P Subramanian,Founder – International Theory Building Research Forum on 31.07.2020
57.Webinar on ” Data Driven Innovation” by Mr. Mukesh Jain, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer & Vice President, Capgemini on 04.08.20
58.Webinar on ” RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION ETHICS ” organized by St Thomas College Autonomous, Thrissur on 06.08.2020
59.Webinar on “ Innovation by Design”, Dr.B.K.Chakravarthy, Professor, IDC School of Design, IIT Bombay on 07.08.2020
60.Webinar on “Smart Sensors and IoT Application” on 14.8.2020
NPTEL / MOOC COURSE
- Dr. K.Yasoda ,Professor of BME Department has completed three MOOC courses with grade achieved above 90%. on ”AI For Everyone” , ”MRI Fundamentals” and ”Introduction to the Internet Of Things And Embedded Systems”.
- V.S.Jagathish, Assistant Professor of BME Department has completed eight MOOC courses with grade achieved above 90%. on ”Data Scientist’s Toolbox”, ”R Programming”, ”Introduction to Data Analysis Using Excel”, ”Financial Markets”, ”Basic Data Descriptors, Statistical Distributions, and Application to Business Decisions”, ”Business Applications of Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Interval Estimation”, ”Linear Regression for Business Statistics ”and ”Business Statistics and Analysis Capstone” .
- P.Arunkumar, Assistant Professor of BME Department has completed four MOOC courses with grade achieved above 90% on ”AI for Everyone”, ”VR And 360 Protection”, ”Introduction to Augmented reality and AR core” and ” Introduction to Internet Of Things and Embedded Systems”
- P.Arunkumar, Assistant Professor Of BME Department has completed one NPTEL course on ”Robotics” conducted by Mr.Adrijit Goswami, Professor from IIT Kharagpur.
- A.Diana Chris, Assistant Professor Of BME Department has completed four MOOC courses with grade achieved above 90% on ” Introduction to Augmented Reality and core” , ”AI for Everyone” ,”Introduction and Programming with IOT boards”, and ”IOT and Introduction to Embedded Systems ”
- A.Diana Chris, Assistant Professor Of BME Department has completed one NPTEL course with ”Elite ” grade on ”Introduction to Internet Of things ”conducted by Mr.Adrijit Goswami, Professor from IIT Kharagpur.
- A.Gokulalakshmi, Assistant Professor Of BME Department has completed one NPTEL course with ”Elite ” grade on ”Introduction to Internet Of things ”conducted by Mr.Adrijit Goswami, Professor from IIT Kharagpur.
- A.Gokulalakshmi, Assistant Professor of BME Department has completed two MOOC courses with grade achieved above 90%. on ”Introduction to AR/VR” and ”VR & 360 Degree Production ”
- A.Rasheedha, Assistant Professor of BME Department has completed two MOOC Courses with grade achieved above 90%. on ”VR and 360 Degree Production ” and ” Introduction to IOT & embedded systems ” .
Every student right from the first year are given personal care through tailored activities with a specially assigned mentor. Talent search and personality identification of each student is done at large and they are taught, trained, challenged and guided in a systematic progression. From the first year onwards, students are encouraged and guided to be globally competent through various competition and challenging forums. The capable students are also given the opportunity to customise the courses that they learn by hand picking electives. There are also means by which the student can even choose who would teach a specific course to increase the faculty-student interaction and understanding. Through personal mentorship programme, each student is given special and individual care to help them grow and mature in academic, social and personal skills and talents. At the end of the four years, it is made sure that every student progress in systematic, customized and challenging manner in all need knowledge and skills to sets.
The student progression is monitored by keeping a record of all the activities like attendance & assessment for each course by the respective faculty. Apart from the mentoring system, the students’ progress is monitored through class tests, online quizzes, assignments, development of teaching material for specific topics, submission of journal abstracts of current status of the technology, by making them attend conferences/seminar/webinars on relevant topics. This exercise makes them involve themselves and makes them proceed beyond communication barriers, rural/ urban background and get a sense of team work. Slow and fast learners are identified and special work or coaching are given.
- Biochemistry and Technology : Topic : Microscopes :A microscope is an instrument that can be used to observe small objects, even cells. The image of an object is magnified through at least one lens in the microscope. This lens bends light toward the eye and makes an object appear larger than it actually is.
- Human Anatomy and Physiology : Human System -The torso or trunk is an anatomical term for the central part or core of many human bodies from which extend the neck and limbs. The torso includes: the thoracic segment of the trunk, the abdominal segment of the trunk, and the perineum.
- Pathology and Microbiology : Microtome – A microtome is a tool used to cut extremely thin slices of material, known as sections. Important in science, microtomes are used in microscopy, allowing for the preparation of samples for observation under transmitted light or electron radiation.
1.A mini project on “Design Thinking Based Fall Detection For Elderly People” was done by Ajai Karthik B (17BM002)
2.A mini project on “Smart Infant Surveillance” was done by Ms. Harini T (17BM008) And Ms.Varnika Ramesh (17BM050)