SCOPE & OPPORTUNITIES:
With a degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology, students are prepared for entry-level jobs trouble shooting, diagnosing, repairing and calibrating biomedical equipment. The evening program allows them to continue their education without compromising with their job responsibilities. This will not only provide them with ease of mind but also enable them for self-sustainability.
Graduates of Biomedical Engineering Technology will be able to work in the Pharmaceutical industries, Hospitals, Patient care facilitation center, health practitioner offices, and Doctor’s offices with medical testing equipment.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)
Consistent with the Department of BME Vision and Mission, the Program Educational Objectives of the study program BS Biomedical Engineering Technology are:
PEO 1: To produce graduates who will be equipped with the knowledge of Science, Technology, mathematics, modern tools and skills to propose ideas and solutions, culminating into a technology or equipment in health care system.
PEO 2: To produce graduates able to monitor, repair and calibrate the products using modern tools for the maintenance in biomedical engineering technology and generate employment through entrepreneurship.
PEO3: To produce graduates who will be able to manage and communicate multidisciplinary teams and assist in research and development.
PLOs BS BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY:
PLO 1: Knowledge: Graduates will gain and apply knowledge of biomedical engineering technology, Science and technology concepts to solve problems related to field of biomedical engineering technology.
PLO 2: Problem Analysis: Graduates will be able to identify, analyze and understand problems related to biomedical engineering technology and finding valid conclusions with basic knowledge in biomedical engineering technology.
PLO3: Design/Development of Solutions: Graduates will be able to design and develop solution to biomedical engineering technology problems by applying appropriate tools while keeping in mind safety factor for environmental & society.
PLO 4: Investigation: Graduates will be able design, perform experiments, analyse and interpret data for investigating complex problems in biomedical engineering technology and related fields.
PLO 5: Modern Tool Usage: Graduates will be able to decide and apply appropriate tools and techniques in biomedical engineering technological manipulation.
PLO 6: Technologist and Society: Graduates will be able to justify societal, health, safety and legal issues and understand his responsibilities in biomedical engineering technological practices.
PLO 7: Environment and Sustainability: Graduates will be able to understand the need and impact of biomedical engineering technology solutions on environment and societal context keeping in view need for sustainable solution.
PLO 8: Ethics: Graduates will have knowledge and understanding of related norms and ethics in biomedical engineering technology technique development.
PLO 9: Individual and Team Work: Graduates will be able to undertake any responsibility as an individual and as a team in a multidisciplinary environment.
PLO 10: Communication: Able to communicate effectively and broadly defined technical activities. Also, able to comprehend and write effective reports and documentation to give and receive clear instructions.
PLO 11: Project Management: Graduates will have thorough knowledge in biomedical engineering technology and will also be ready to engage themselves in lifelong learning.
PLO 12: Lifelong Learning: Graduates will be motivated and have the preparation ability to engage in lifelong learning for technological change.
|Semester – I|
|ET—114||Linear circuit analysis||2+2|
|Semester – II|
|MT-153||Basic Mechanical Technology||2+1|
|Semester – III|
|Semester – IV|
|ET240||Introduction to Embedded System||2+1|
|ET246||Electrical Machine Transformer||2+2|
|Semester – V|
|BE302||Bio-Ethics and Bio safety||3+0|
|HS221||Technical Report writing||3+0|
|BE312||Biomedical signal analysis||2+1|
|Semester – VI|
|BE313||Radiology Equipment and Instrumentation||3+1|
|BE382||Medical Image Processing||2+1|
|ET364||Data and Computer Communications||2+2|
|Semester – VII|
|BT482||Supervisor Industrial Training||0+15|
|Semester – VIII|
|BT482||Supervisor Industrial Training||0+15|
- At least 50% marks in DAE/Intermediate (Pre-engineering/ Pre-medical) or an equivalent examination
- Applicants are required to appear for a written test and interview.
The fee structure will be provided by the Finance Department