DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

The Biomedical Engineering would be the combination of Biology or Medicine and Engineering.  Biomedical engineers are expected to integrate their engineering skills with their understanding of the complexity of the biological system in order to improve medical practice. Biomedical engineers are required to have a solid foundation in a more traditional engineering discipline such as electrical, electronics, mechanical, chemical, communication and computer science.

The biomedical engineer works in Industries, Academic Institutions, Hospitals and government agencies. They design, develop and manufacture mechanical devices, Electrical & Electronic circuits and computer software for medical instrumentation. These instruments may range from large imaging systems such as NMR, Computerized Tomography to small implantable assist devices such as a pacemaker and drug delivery systems. Biomedical engineers may use Chemistry, Physics, Mathematical models and Computer Simulation to develop new drug therapy. They may use mathematical models and statistics to study many of the signals generated by organs such as Brain, Heart, Skeletal muscle etc. Biomedical Engineers build artificial organs and dental implants for a better life of the society. Biomedical Engineers are also working to develop wireless technology that will allow patients and doctors to communicate over long distances. Biomedical engineers are involved in rehabilitation – designing better walkers, exercise equipment, robots and therapeutic devices to improve human performance.

Biomedical students can take internship, training, and projects in hospitals and industries.

Key areas of Biomedical Engineering

Instrumentation and Measurements
Biomedical Signal Processing
Imaging Techniques, Image Processing, and Radiology
Medical and Health Informatics, Genomics and Proteomics
Information Technology
Tele Medicine
Bio-Mechanics & Robotics in Medicine
Bio MEMS, Nanotechnology & Bio-materials
Biotechnology and Bio-fuels
Genetic Engineering and Synthetic Biology
Tissue Engineering, Cellular & Molecular Bio-Mechanics

.

Vision​

To provide world class education with Centre of Excellence in the field of Biomedical Engineering to cater the need of Medical Industries, Research and Technology Development for the benefit of society.

Mission

  • To offer quality education of international acclaim by imbibing critical and creative analysis in designing Biomedical Engineering solutions
  • To provide opportunities and conducive environment to the faculty members to enhance their skills and expertise in teaching, research and consultancy activities
  • To translate scientific discovery in medical technology for better health care
  • To foster the students to understand ethical, social and economic implication of their work for the improvement of society

DEPARTMENT ACCREDITED AND RECOGNIZED BY

Programme Offered

Type : Under Graduate
Student Intake:
60

Notice Board

Admission 2020

Contact: 9003655855

For 23 years, SNS has set the standard of excellence as a renowned institution in the field of education. 2020 admissions are open now! Grab your chance and start your journey with us.

You are just one click away from us!

Enquiry Now

GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES

DEPARTMENT OF BIO-MEDICAL ENGINEERING

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO 1:            Graduate will demonstrate their acquired knowledge in technical competence and professional skills to solve wide range of challenges in Biomedical Engineering and advanced contemporary areas.

PEO 2:            Graduate will communicate with multidisciplinary teams and engage in research, contribute to the society.

PEO 3:            Graduate will pursuit knowledge in the field of Biomedical Engineering to contribute to the profession and employability.

 PEO 4:            Graduate will design and develop the products using modern tools for the advancement of Biomedical Engineering and generate the employment through entrepreneurship.

 PEO 5:            Graduate will apply their professional knowledge in the human, social, ethical and environmental context

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO

PO-a Engineering Knowledge apply basic knowledge of Mathematics, Medical Science and Engineering Science to solve complex Biomedical Engineering problems.
PO-b Problem Analysis Identify, formulate, research, analyze and reach substantiated conclusions along with recommendations for complex Biomedical Engineering problems.
PO-c Design/Development of solutions design Biomedical Engineering systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, culture, society and the environment.
PO-d Conduct Investigations of complex problems conduct literature review, design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of results to provide valid conclusions
PO-e Modern Tool usage utilize techniques, skills and modern Engineering tools to model, simulate and solve complex Biomedical Engineering problem with the understanding of the limitations.
PO-f The Engineer and Society apply contextual Biomedical engineering knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues.
PO-g Environment and Sustainability understand the impact of Biomedical Engineering solutions towards society and the environment for sustainable development.
PO-h Ethics understand professional ethics and responsibilities in Biomedical Engineering practice.
PO-i Individual and Team Work function effectively, and as a team member or leader in a multi-disciplinary environment.
PO-j Communication communicate effectively on Engineering activities with both engineers and the community at large through discussions, reports and presentations.
PO-k Project management and finance demonstrate knowledge and understanding principles of management and finance in relation to Biomedical Engineering projects.
PO-l Life-long learning recognize the need to undertake life-long learning and possess the capacity to do so independently.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO’s

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1

  • Analyze, Design and Develop the systems to supplement and/ or assist the physiology of the human body.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2

  • Develop the Mathematical model to understand the inter-relation among various Physiological systems.

Our Faculty Team

Dr. N.J.R. Muniraj
Dr. N.J.R. MunirajB.E., M.E., Ph.D
Professor and Dean
Dr.K.Yasoda
Dr.K.YasodaB.E, PGDMIT,M.Tech,P.hD
Professor
Mr. V. S. Jagadhish
Mr. V. S. JagadhishB.E., M.E.
Assistant Professor
Mr. G. L. KARTHIK
Mr. G. L. KARTHIKB.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D.)
Assistant Professor
Mr. P. Arun Kumar
Mr. P. Arun KumarB.E.,M. Tech.,(Ph.D)
Assistant Professor
Ms. A.Diana Chris
Ms. A.Diana ChrisB.E., M.E
Assistant Professor
Mr. R.Anandhakumar
Mr. R.AnandhakumarB.E., M.E
Assistant Professor
Mr. A.Rasheedha
Mr. A.RasheedhaB.E.,M.E
Assistant Professor
Mrs. A. Gokulalakshmi
Mrs. A. GokulalakshmiB.E.,M.E
Assistant Professor

Supporting PM Initiatives Mapped with AICTE

Redesigning Common Mind And Business Towards Excellence

DESIGN THINKING BASED CURRICULUM & FRAMEWORK

Design Thinking in Education: A way beyond! We adopt to a curriculum, structured based on the design thinking strategy that supports to build character, skills and curiosity in you to learn more.

5 PILLARS APPROACH

Our 5 growth building centers focuses on building a culture, focusing on effective teaching and learning, innovation, skill and entrepreneurship development, industry connect and social responsibility initiatives.

CURRICULUM ALIGNED WITH PM AICTE & MHRD INITIATIVES

Our Curriculum and Practices are mapped and aligned with PM, AICTE and MHRD initiatives like Startup Policy, Internship Policy, Skill India, Outcome Based Education, National Educational Policy, etc.,

4 CAREER TRACKS

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Employment
  • Government Jobs
  • Higher Education

DT ACTIVATION HOUR

  • 30 minutes of class time is dedicated to teach students about the ancient holy books, practicing Meditation and Yoga on daily basis.

PARTNERSHIP / MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL BODIES

All the students of the Biomedical Department is having their membership with ISTE chapter

MEGA EVENTS

The Department of Biomedical Engineering organised the International level RESEARCH CONCLAVE on 02.02.19.

The speakers were

1. Dr. Upendra Kumar Singh

2. Dr.K.Purushothaman ,

3. Dr.K. Kathirvelu

4. Mr.U.Chandra Mohan.

NOTABLE DEPT ACHIEVEMENTS

NOTABLE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

  • Lingesh K. of IV BME attended All India Thal Sainik Camp (TSC) DTE TRG – I from 20.09.2018 to 28.09.2018 and Secured Gold Medal in the camp held at New Delhi.
  • Sinduja R of III Year Biomedical Engineering along with their team members participated in Grand Final of Smart India Hackathon, conducted by IIT Kanpur from 08/07/2019 to 12/07/2019.
  • Sinduja R. of III Year Biomedical Engineering got selected for State level world skill as Runner up on 05.02.2020.

PATENTS

  • System and method for Auto immune disease diagnosis
  • Blood Donor Tracking Interface and a Method Therefore
  • News Paper Vending Machine”

OTHERS

  • Global Immersion Program @ AIMST University, Malaysia
  • Start up in association with Banashree Renewable Energy system Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore
S.No Data Counts
1 University Rank Holders NA
2 Number of Students Placed 24
3 Industry Projects 10
4 MoU Signed 11
5 PhD Holders 02
6 Faculty Awards Nil
7 FDP Conduted Nil
8 Books Published 02
9 Patent 03
10 Publications 20
11 Grants/Funds 1
12 Consultancies Nil
13 Google Citations 155