Department of Biomedical Engineering

About Department

The department of Biomedical Engineering was established in the year 2012. The essence of education lies in translating opportunities into experiences of empowerment, in transcending 'what is' to 'what can be' and transforming limitations into limitless learning. The Kovai Medical Center and Hospital (KMCH) is 750 bedded multi specialty Hospital provides enrich clinical experience to the students. The students are given hands on clinical training in the attached Kovai Medical Center and Hospital. This is a multi disciplinary, super specialty hospital with wide facility of state of the art medical equipments. Students have excellent exposure to a wide range of equipments in all the departments of hospital. The department constitutes skilled faculty professionals with high academic records. Biochemistry & Human Physiology Laboratory, Pathology and Microbiology Laboratory, Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory, Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Equipments laboratory were constructed with higher end laboratory equipments and best infrastructure facilities which influences the learning abilities of the students. The department has regular interactions with Kovai Medical Centre and Hospital, Biomedical companies for training, internship, projects and research in the emerging fields of Biomedical Engineering. Apart from the regular curriculum and clinical program the knowledge of students are enriched by special lecture series by eminent doctors from the hospital and they learn skills of usage, service and repair the medical equipments in the hospital.

Vision

Implementation of science and engineering principles in the broad area of medical instrumentation to improve healthcare delivery to society in association with medical fraternity. To promote learning and innovation that integrates engineering and life sciences for the betterment of human health.

Mission

Training the students as knowledge based engineers, to meet the challenges in the field of medicine and electronics engineering areas primarily addressing healthcare. To exploit the acquired intelligence in designing of the medical equipment for cost effective diagnosis and total quality assurance.

Highlights of the Department

  • MoU signed with sister concerns , Kovai Medical Center and Hospital(KMCH), Dr.NGP Arts and Science College, KMCH College of Pharmacy.
  • Established the Professional chapter , "Biomedical Engineering Society of India" - (BMESI).
  • Organized a workshop on Design and Development of Hybrid systems.
  • Organized National Workshop on MATLAB and its Application
  • Organized ISTE sponsored National seminar on Recent Advancements in Biosignal Data Acquisition and Processing.

Best Practice

  • Periodical clinical visit to KMCH through alliances with Sister Medical Institutions
  • Special lecture series by specialists and doctors at KMCH
  • Used Equipment from KMCH for servicing practice
  • Demonstration & Installation of Medical equipment at KMCH
  • Motivating the students to do social welfare projects
  • Students' Intelligence corner in all classroom boards

Faculty Details

01. Professor & Head
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Prabakar Name: Dr. S.Prabakar
Designation: Professor & Head
Qualification: M.E., Ph.D., MIEEE., MISTE
Experience:
Engineering: 14 yrs 5 months
Industry: 2 yrs 4 months
Specialization: Medical Electronics, Bio Signal and Image Processing, Physiological Modeling and Simulation
Email: hodbme@drngpit.ac.in
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08. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - priyadarshini Name: Ms.V.Priya Darshini
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E, (Ph.D)
Experience:
Engineering: 9 yrs 7 months
Polytechnic: 1 yr 3 months
Specialization: Medical Image Processing
Email: priyadarshini@drngpit.ac.in
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03. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Sharmili Name: Ms.S.Sharmili
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E
Experience:
Engineering: 7 months
Industry: 8 yrs 9 months
Specialization: Medical Electronics
Email: sharmili@drngpit.ac.in
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04. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Hemapriya Name: Mrs.D.Hemapriya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E, (Ph.D)
Experience:
Engineering: 6 yrs 11 months
Industry: 1 yrs 4 months
Specialization: Biomedical Instrumentation
Email: hemapriya@drngpit.ac.in
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05. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Ramkumar Name: Mr.C.Ramkumar
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E
Experience:
Engineering: 4 yrs 7 months
Industry: Nil
Specialization: Communication Systems
Email: ramkumar.c@drngpit.ac.in
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06. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Gowthami Name: Ms.S.Gowthami
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E
Experience:
Engineering: 2 yrs 11 months
Industry: 1 yr 1 month
Specialization: VLSI Signal Processing, Medical Image Processing
Email: gowthami@drngpit.ac.in
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07. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Saranya Name: Ms.R.Saranya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech
Experience:
Engineering: 2 yrs 6 months
Industry: 1 yr 8 months
Specialization: Biomedical Instrumentation, Medical Image Processing, Medical Physics
Email: saranya@drngpit.ac.in
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08. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Nithya Name: Ms.R.Nithya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph.D)
Experience:
Engineering: 2 yrs 7 months
Research: 11 months
Specialization: Nanobiomaterials, Diagnostic equipment
Email: nithya@drngpit.ac.in
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09. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Mohanapriya Name: Ms.A.Mohanapriya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E
Experience:
Engineering: 2 yrs 6 months
Industry: Nil
Specialization: Biomedical Instrumentation
Email: mohanapriya@drngpit.ac.in
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10. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - John Name: Mr.John Amose
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech
Experience:
Engineering: 1 yr 2 months Research: 7 months
Industry: 8 months
Specialization: Biosignal Processing
Email: johnamose@drngpit.ac.in
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11. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Chamundeswari Name: Mrs.K.Chamundeswari
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech
Experience:
Engineering: 1 yr 6 months
Industry: Nil
Specialization: Nanotechnology
Email: chamundeswari@drngpit.ac.in
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12. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Hariprasad Name: Mr.R.Hariprasad
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech
Experience:
Engineering: 7 months
Research: Nil
Specialization: Advance Biomechanics, Sports Biomechanics, Rehabilitation engineering, and Tissue Engineering
Email: hariprasad@drngpit.ac.in
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Value Added Courses

S.No Batch Semester Course No of Students
1. 2012 - 2016
III
NI LabView Core 1 and Core 2 Training
58
2. 2012 - 2016
V
MATLAB/Simulink Primer
57
3. 2013 - 2017
III
“Programming in C”
57

Virtual Industrial Tour

  • Florida Hospital
  • Philips Innovation Centre

Association Activities

S.No Date Event/Programme Topic Chief Guest, Designation
ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017
01. 19.07.2016 Association Inaugaration Scope of Biomedical Mr.Karthikeyan
Senior Engineer Lakshmi Life sciences Coimbatore
02. 12.08.2016 Workshop Therapeutic devices - Surgical Diathermy and its accessories M.Sathish
Senior Manager Advanced Medical Systems
03. 12.08.2016 Workshop M.Prasanth
Advanced Medical Systems
04. 12.08.2016 Workshop J. VijayaLakshmi
Senior Biomedical Engineer KMCH
05. 22.09.2016 National Seminar Advancements in Nano Medicine and Biomaterials Engineering Dr.Rajendran J.C. Bose
M.Pharm.,Ph.D.(BME), advanced Biomaterials & Stem Cell engineering Lab (aBSCe), School of Integrative Engineering, Chung-Ang University, South Korea
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
01. 10.07.2015 Carrier Day Carrier aspects of Biomedical Engineering. Mr.V.Pragadheeswaran,
Managing Director, Aries Biomed Technology Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore
02. 10.07.2015 Carrier Day Advances in Biomedical Engineering Dr.G.Gopu,
Professor and Head, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore
03. 10.07.2015 Carrier Day Scope of Biomedical Engineering in Health Care” Dr.K.T. Manisenthilkumar
Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacology, KMCH College of Pharmacy, Coimbatore,
04. 10.07.2015 Carrier Day Clinical Research and Medical Devices Mr.A.Vijayakumar
KMCH- Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring Center (PvPI), Coimbatore
05. 9.10.2015 Guest Lecture Signals and Systems Dr.B.Sathish Kumar
ECE, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore
06. 7.8.2015 Conference Recent Advancements in Biomedical Engineering and Health care technologies Dr.Dulal Panda
Chair professor, Department of Bioscience and bioengineering IITB, Mumbai
07. 7.8.2015 Conference Ethics in Healthcare Business’ Mr. S. Manivannan
CEO, Emergeion, Chennai
08. 7.8.2015 Conference Role of Engineers in Healthcare Development’ Mr.T.Anbuselvan
Service Manager Wipro GE Healthcare Pvt Ltd Chennai
09. 7.8.2015 Conference Advanced Surgical Navigation & other Intra-Operative Technologies’ Mr.T.C.L.Narayana
Manager, Technical Services, India Medtronic Pvt Ltd, Chennai
10. 7.8.2015 Conference Recent Advancement in Emergency Care Patient Transport’ Mr.P.V.Kumaranvedivel
MD, M/s.Jesai Healthcare Pvt Ltd Chennai
11. 8.8.2015 Conference Robotic Surgery in Interventional Cathlab’ Dr. P. Mathew Cherian
Interventional Radiologist, KMCH, Coimbatore
12. 8.8.2015 Conference Cutting Edge Technology behind Philips Diagnostic Imaging Systems’ Mr.John Chavan
GM, Business and Marketing, Philips Healthcare India, Chennai
13. 8.8.2015 Conference Linking of Critical Care Equipment-EMR-Chatting Solution’ Mr.U. K. Anandapadmanaban
CEO, Rainbow Hospitals Hyderabad, Chennai
14. 8.8.2015 Conference Future of the Biomedical Industry in an Era of Globalization’ Mr.M.Sathiskumar
Director-India Operations
TriMedx India Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad
15. 8.8.2015 Conference Advances in Portable Medical Vision System’ Dr. G. Sai Narayanan
Senior Technical Specialist, HCL Technologies,Chennai
16. 2.12.2015 Inaugural address for Faculty development Program Principles of Digital Signal Processing Dr. S. N. Deepa
Deputy Director Anna University-Coimbatore
17. 2.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture DFT properties & Application Dr. V. R. Vijaya Kumar
Professor & Head, Anna University-Coimbatore
18. 2.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture FFT Algorithms & its use in Linear Filtering Dr. K. Srinivasan
Professor & Head, Department of EIE Sri Ramakrishna Engg College Coimbatore
19. 2.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Convolution & Correlation (Tutorial) Mr.U.Vinothkumar
Assistant Professor Department of ECE Dr. NGP IT
20. 3.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Multirate signal processing Dr. T. Balakumaran
Assistant Professor, Department of ECE Coimbatore Institute of Technology
21. 3.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture IIR Filter Design Dr. R. Sudhakar
Professor & Head, Department of ECE Dr. Mahalingam college of Engineering and Technology, Pollachi
22. 3.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture IIR Filter Design ( Tutorial) Dr. J. Rejina Parvin
Assistant Professor ECE department Dr. N.G.P. Institute of Technology Coimbatore
23. 04.12.15 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Fourier Series & Application Dr. A. Rajeswari
Professor & Head, Department of ECE Coimbatore Institute of Technology
24. 04.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture FIR Filter Design Dr. G.Naveen Babu
Professor and Head, ECE Department Dr. N.G.P. Institute of Technology, Coimbatore
25. 05.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Fixed point and floating point number representations ( Tutorial) Dr. M. A. Raja
Associate Professor Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Dr. N.G.P. Institute of Technology Coimbatore.
26. 06.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Principles of Digital Signal Processing Dr. B. Aruna Devi
Associate Professor Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering Dr. N.G.P. Institute of Technology Coimbatore
27. 07.10.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Finite Word Length Effects Dr. V. Chandrasekaran
Associate Professor,ECE department VCET, Erode
28. 08.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Advancements in Biosignal processing Dr. K. Porkumaran
Professor & Principal Dr. N.G.P. Institute of Technology,Coimbatore
29. 08.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Soft computing techniques for DSP Dr. M. DHIVYA
Assistant Professor Department of ECE Dr. NGP IT
30. 8.12.2015 Faculty development Program Special Lecture Adaptive Filters & its application Dr. N. Sathish Kumar
Professor & Head, ECE department SREC, Coimbatore
31. 15.02.2016 Guest Lecture Intellectual Property Developer Dr. Kannan Jegathala Krishnan,
Biomedical Engineering Melbourne, Australia
32. 23.02.2016 Association Inauguration Latest Trends in Biomedical Equipments Mr. Paresh Modh
Biomedical Engineering CEO, Pamptron, Mumbai
33. 26.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 Dialysis V.Elangovan
Territory Manager-. Fresenius Medical Care India Limited, Chennai.
34. 26.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 Dialysis N.Prabakar
Asst. Territory Manager –Fresenius Medical Care India Limited, Chennai.
35. 26.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 Demo of Skeleton scope & Defective Spares Types of Endoscopes& its clinical applications Insights of Endoscopes G.GowriSankar
Officer –Field service & CDS Specialist, Olympus Medical systems India Private Limited, Chennai
36. 26.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 Demo of Skeleton scope & Defective Spares G.Praveen Shankar
Senior Engineer –Field service , Olympus Medical systems India Private Limited, Chennai
37. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 OT Lights,OT Tables K.Gopal Rao
Sr. Product Manager Maquet, Chennai.
38. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 IABP M.Gokul Krishnan
Assistant Manager Clinical Application - ECMO & IABP Maquet, Chennai.
39. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 OT Tables Dr.Preethi
Vora Application Specialist-Surgical tables Maquet, Chennai
40. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 ECMO&NAVA P.S.Jaganathan
ManagerClinicalApplicationsMaquet,Chennai
41. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 IntraAorticBallonPump Heartlung Machine Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation K.R.Karthik
Service Executive Maquet,Chennai
42. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 HeartlungMachine Sinduja.R
Senior Executive-Academy Maquet,Chennai.
43. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 Anesthesiaworkstations M.RajendraPrakash
Lead Medicals-Service Engineer Wipro GEHealthcare, Bangalore
44. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 Anesthesia workstations Multiparameter Monitors HarishaD.S.
Zonal Technical Support Manager LCS Wipro GEHealthcare,Bangalore
45. 27.02.2016 MedZEST - 2016 Multi para meter Monitors MalavikaY.V
Customers Service engineer - LCS Wipro GEHealthcare, Bangalore
ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015
01. 29.09.2014 Seminar Recent Advancements in Biosignal and Data Acquisition Mr.Srikanth
Director - Graphic Devices
Novavid Systems, Bangalore

Mr.Satish Jadhav
Senior Technical Consultant
TMI Systems, Bangalore

Mr.S.Kumar
Manager
Biomedical Application, TMI Systems, Bangalore
02. 24.09.2014 Special Lecture Anatomy of Heart & Cardiac Muscle function Mrs. Carolin Salomi,
Associate Professor, KMCH
03. 10.09.2014 Special Lecture Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory Management Dr.K.R.Muthuswamy,
Head, Department of Biochemistry, KMCH
04. 09.09.2014 Special Lecture Sterilization Mr. Balachandran, KMCH
05. 03.09.2014 Special Lecture Basis of Dialysis Mr. Prabhakar,
Fresenius Medical Care.
06. 02.09.2014 Special Lecture Patient monitoring Systems – Lecture & Demo Mr.K.Balasubramaniam,
M/S. SAM Enterprises,Coimbatore.
07. 26.08.2014 Special Lecture Computed Tomography Computed Tomography expert, KMCH.
08. 23.08.2014 Basic Life Support Training Demonstration of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Mr.K.Balasubramaniam,
Managing Director, Sam Enterprises, Coimbatore.
09. 22.08.2014 Association & BMESI Inauguration, Guest Lecture Key aspects in career opportunities and development Mr.M.Lakshmanan,
Chief Operating Officer, Kavin Engineering & Services Pvt Ltd.
10. 13.08.2014 Special Lecture Respiratory System & its Functions Professor A. Saradha,
College of Nursing, KMCH.
11. 12.08.2014 Special Lecture Therapeutic Equipment Head of Department, Biomedical Engineering,KMCH.
12. 22.07.2014 Special Lecture Diagnostic Equipment Head of Department, Biomedical Engineering,KMCH.
13. 03.07.2014 Clinical Visit Over view of Nuclear Medicine & Imaging Equipment Head of Department, Nuclear Medicine & Imaging Equipment, KMCH.
14. 02.07.2014 Clinical Visit Over view of Nuclear Medicine & Imaging Equipment Head of Department, Nuclear Medicine & Imaging Equipment, KMCH.
15. 01.07.2014 Clinical Visit Over view of Nuclear Medicine & Imaging Equipment Head of Department, Nuclear Medicine & Imaging Equipment, KMCH.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014
01. 19.04.2014 Special Lecture Lecture II – Techniques of Microbiology Mr.Gandhirajan,
Dept of Microbiology, KMCH.
02. 15.03.2014 Symposium HENOSIS '14 Dr. Arul Chakkaravarthi. Arjunan
Technology Manager, Sinmat Inc, USA
Guest of Honor:
Mr. Nithyananth K.G.
Manager - Human Resources, VWR Lab Products Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore.
03. 07.03.2014 International Conference on Green computing, Communication and Electrical Engineering Filmless Imaging Techniques Dr.Mathew Cherian
Consultant Radiology, KMCH, Coimbatore
04. 28.02.2014 Inauguration of Biomedical Engineering Society of India (BMESI) & Guest Lecture Scope and Advancements in Biomedical Engineering Mr.V.Pragadeeswaran,
Managing Director, Aries Biomed Ltd
05. 14.02.2014 Special Lecture Lecture I – Techniques of Microbiology Mr.Gandhirajan,
Dept of Microbiology, KMCH.
06. 01.02.2014 Guest Lecture Biomedical Engineering,  Evolution, Current Trends and Near Future Mr.K.Balasubramaniam,
Managing Director, Sam Enterprises, Coimbatore.
07. 30.10.2013 Guest Lecture Recent trends in stem cell therapy and Biochemistry Dr.S.Vijaya,
Associate Professor, Dept of BME, SREC.
08. 08.08.2013
Association Inauguration & Guest Lecture Insights and Scope of Biomedical Engineering Mr.S.Benedict Biju,
Senior Deputy Manager, Pricol Medical Systems.

Department Activities

S.No Date Event/Programme Topic Chief Guest, Designation
01. 29.09.2014 Seminar Recent Advancements in Biosignal Data Acquisition and Processing Mr.S.Kumar,
Manager Biomedical Applications, TMI, Bangalore.
02. 28.8.2014 Workshop MATLAB and its Applications Dr.J.Karpagam,
HOD/BME, NGPIT.
Mrs.D.Hemapriya,
AP/BME, NGPIT.
03. 05.08.2014 Workshop Design and Development of Hybrid systems Mr.A.S.Nageshwaran,
Director, Fyrsta Innovations Pvt Ltd, Chennai.

Extension Activity

S.No Date Extension Activity Outcome Beneficiary
Academic Year 2015-2016
01.
11-03-2016
Health Awareness Camp using mobile apps and medical equipments Awareness about the health parameters Government Higher Secondary School, Kalapatti, Coimbatore
02.
22-08-2016
Health Camp for non communicable diseases Awareness about the non communicable diseases Residents of Veeriampalayam,Coimbatore
03.
28-08-2016
Health Camp for non communicable diseases Awareness about the non communicable diseases Residents of Veeriampalayam,Coimbatore
04.
04-09-2016
Health Camp for non communicable diseases Awareness about the non communicable diseases Residents of Veeriampalayam,Coimbatore
05.
11-09-2016
Health Camp for non communicable diseases Awareness about the non communicable diseases Residents of Veeriampalayam,Coimbatore
06.
18-09-2016 to 20-09-2016
Health Camp for non communicable diseases Awareness about the non communicable diseases Residents of Veeriampalayam,Coimbatore
07.
27-09-2016 to 04-10-2016
Health Camp for Hepatitis screening Awareness about Hepatitis Emerald Jewel Industry India Ltd in Narasimhanaickenpalyam,Coimbatore

Students Achievements/Activities

Prizes and Awards won by students

S.No Student Name Details of Event Organizer/Venue Price
Academic Year 2015-2016
01. Sneha Prabhakaran BIOFENIX 16 - Paper Presentation Salem College of Engineering and Technology, Salem
II
02. J.S.Pavithra BIOFENIX 16 - Paper Presentation Salem College of Engineering and Technology, Salem
II
03. S.Keerthana EKKLESIA 16 - Paper Presentation Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore
I
04. P.V.Srinidhi EKKLESIA 16 - Paper Presentation Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore
I

Prizes won in paper presentation / project contest / Best paper award / Symposiums

S.No Student(s) Name Event /Project Title Organizer/ Venue Price
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
01 Gayathri. K iTalk 2015 Tamilnadu College of Engineering, Cbe
I
02 Maria Francis Henna
03 Nagavenkateswari M
04 Maria Francis Henna Paper Presentation Adithya College of Engineering, Cbe
I
05 Nagavenkateswari M
06 Tharangini. G National Symposium SANUS’15 SNS College of Engineering, Cbe
Participation
07 S.Sathishkumar Workshop on Practical Introduction to PCB design using simulation tools AVS college of Technology, Salem
Participation
08 B.Ranoji
09 M.Kamali Shree SNS Art fest-KREYONS’15 SNS College of Technology,Coimbatore
I
10 Amrudha Shree K
11 Srinidhi.P.V
12 Hanitha.R
13 Jayanthi.N SANUS’15-Workshop on Digital Image Processing SNS College of Engineering, Chennai
Participation
14 R.Agalya
15 V.Nishanthi
16 C.Maheswari
17 K.Kausika
18 Keerthana S
19 M.Monica  
20 V.Vishnupriya
21 Tharanya.T Workshop on basic Programming on Signal & Image Processing SSN College of Engineering
Participation
22 Keerthana S
23 S.Sruthi Youth Present KIT ,Coimbatore
Participation
24 J.S.Pavithra
25 Hanitha.R Biomedical fest-BIOYANTRA SRM University, Chennai
Participation 
26 Reshma.A VIBRANTZ 2K15-symposium Paavai Engineering College,Namakkal
Participation 
27 Sujana.V.S
28 Ramesh P Workshop – Signal & Image Processing using MATLAB Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai
Participation 
29 Durgadevi N Robotics Hacking Dr. N.G.P. IT
Participation 
30 Priyadarsini R
31 Ranjana M R
32 Ramesh P
33 Selton E
34 Sivadharani P
35 Umadevi R

S.No Student(s) Name Event /Project Title Organizer/ Venue Price
01. S.SubhaRanjitha Innovative idea presentation presentation Bannari Amman Istitute of Technology
II
02. R.Perumalsami Innovative idea presentation presentation BannariAmman Istitute of Technology
II
03. S.Nagavenkateswari Innovative idea presentation presentation BannariAmman Istitute of Technology
I
04. Maria Francis Henna Innovative idea presentation presentation BannariAmman Istitute of Technology
I

Intership

S.No Date Duration Industry Name & Address No. of the Students
2012 - 2016 Batch
01. 02.6.2015 - 06.06.2015
05 Days
UNIQ Technologies, Chennai
03
02. 27.05.2015 - 10.06.2015
14 Days
Helix Corporation, Bangalore
06
03. 26.05.2015 - 13.06.2015
22 Days
EBENEZER Medical Systems, Coimbatore
03
04. 03.06.2015 - 07.06.2015
05 Days
EDAPPAL Hospitals, Malapuram
01
05. 29.5.2015 - 07.06.2015
10 Days
EDAPPAL Hospitals, Malapuram
01
06. 27.05.2015 - 06.06.2014
10 Days
Trichur District Co-Operative Hospital, Trichur
01
07. 1.6.2015 - 11.6.2015
11 Days
Believers Church  Medical College Hospital, Thiruvalla
01
08. 3.6.2015 - 07.6.2015
05 Days
Sri Manikam Hospital, Rasipuram
01
09. 6.6.2015 - 13.06.2015
08 Days
MAAS TECH, Chennai
11
10. 5.6.2015 - 9.06.2015
05 Days
Ganga Medical Centre & Hospital, Coimbatore
03
2013 - 2017 Batch
01. 11.6.2015 - 20.06.2015
10 Days
KMCH, Coimbatore
06
02. 17.06.2015 - 19.06.2015
03 Days
KMCH, Erode
04
03. 21.05.2015 - 27.05.2015
08 Days
Venus Medical Systems, Trivandrum
02
04. 25.05.2015 - 30.05.2015
06 Days
Vijaya Hospital , Coimbatore
02
05. 09.06.2015 - 11.06.2015
03 Days
N.G Hospital Pvt.Ltd, Coimbatore
04
06. 10.06.2015 - 12.06.2015
03 Days
Meenakshi Mission Hospital & Research Centre, Madurai
03
07. 21.05.2015 - 25.05.2015
06 Days
Meenakshi Mission Hospital & Research Centre, Madurai
04

Industrial Training & Industrial Visits

S.No Date Semester Factory Visited No. of the Students
ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017
01. 06.02.2016   PASTEUR INSTITUTE, COONOOR
54 Students
02. 06.02.2016   PASTEUR INSTITUTE, COONOOR
57 Students
03. 29.04.2016   SITRA
33 Students
04. 27.09.2016   PASTEUR INSTITUTE, COONOOR
51 Students
ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015
01. 26.06.2014 to 28.06.2014
IV
Meenakshi Mission Hospital, Madurai
3 Students
02. 26.06.2014 to 27.06.2014
IV
Ortho Rahavendar Hospitals, Madurai
8 Students
03. 25.01.2014
IV
Paster institute of technology, coonoor
All II BME students
04. 23.06.2014 to27.06.2014
IV
VI Microsystems, Chennai
6 Students
05. 16.06.2014 to 25.06.2014
IV
Kovai Medical Centre and Hospital, Coimbatore
10 Students
06. 09.06.2014 to 12.06.2014
IV
CPC Diagnostics Pvt. Ltd, Chennai
9 Students
07. 06.09.2013
III
Sitra, Coimbatore
All II BME students

Sports Activities

S.No Sports Student(s) Name Organizer/Venue Price
Academic Year 2015-2016
01. Football Hassan.T KCT College of Technology, Cbe
Winners
02. Football Sudev. P KCT College of Technology, Cbe
Winners
03. Shotput Kavipriya.S KCT College of Technology, Cbe
I
04. Shotput Kavipriya.S Dr.N.G.P.IT
I
05. 4*100 m relay M.Kamali Shree Dr.N.G.P.IT
II
06. 4*100 m relay K.Amrudha Shree Dr.N.G.P.IT
II
07. 4*100 m relay P.Sudev Dr.N.G.P.IT
II
Academic Year 2014-2015
01. University Zone 9 Football Tournament T.Hassan Dr.NGP.IT
Runner up
02. KEMT Football T.Hassan Karunya University
Fairplay award
03. University Zone 9 Football Tournament  P.Sudev Dr.NGP.IT
Runner up
04. KEMT Football  P.Sudev Karunya University
Fairplay award
05. University Zone 9 Football Tournament  M.A.Fayas Ahmed Dr.NGP.IT
Runner up
06. KEMT Football M.A.Fayas Ahmed Karunya University
Fairplay award

Center for Medical Equipment Systems

What, Why & How

  • At the Centre for Medical Devices and Systems, our approach to training is "learning through doing". The training sessions will be highly interactive and based on real problems and scenarios with the medical devices.
  • Three different levels of courses have been designed, related to the safety, servicing and testing of a range of biomedical equipment including: electro-cardiovascular, ventilation, anesthesia and dental.

Core I- Basic level

  • To provide students with a good understanding of biomedical equipment principles, applications and maintenance procedures.
  • Students are given a clear idea of the different blocks in an equipment, its functionalities and designing, electric and electronic controls.

Core II- Structured level

  • Assess the performance and safety of medical equipment
  • Assess possible hazards associated with the use and maintenance of biomedical equipment and describe measures for minimizing such risks
  • Understand the knowledge and skills required to interpret the regulatory requirements related to manufacturing medical devices

Core III- Kinesthetic level

  • Students are allowed to work with the equipment, perform circuit analysis and troubleshoot.
  • To provide the underpinning knowledge required in order to safely and competently undertake servicing activities on a range of medical equipment and to provide practical experience of direct relevance to the servicing of equipment.

Key supporting elements for a professional experience

  • To provide students with a good understanding of biomedical equipment principles, applications and maintenance procedures.
  • To provide basic idea of the equipment, operating principle, its specifications and applications.
  • To describe the operating principles of a wide range of biomedical equipment.
  • Clear Exposure on the different blocks in an equipment, its functionalities and designing, electric and electronic controls.
  • Assess possible hazards associated with the use and maintenance of biomedical equipment and describe measures for minimizing such risks
  • Understand the knowledge and skills required to interpret the regulatory requirements related to manufacturing medical devices
  • To provide the underpinning knowledge required in order to safely and competently undertake servicing activities on a range of medical equipment and to provide practical experience of direct relevance to the servicing of equipment.
  • Facts to experience the process and principle involved in inventions.
  • To offer a hands-on experience
  • To understand the Transition or Evolution of Medical Equipment in hand to hand with technology and its need
  • Early info to the learners on Concept - Production - Utilization - Effectiveness - Cause for transition
  • Enhanced training on
    - Soldering
    - DC/AC components in a circuit
    - Electrical & Electronic Principles
    - Equipment Blocks & Circuitry
    - Trouble shooting methods
    - Biomedical Equipment Practicum
    - Medical Instrumentation Technology

VISUAL & AUDITORY

Auditory learners tend to benefit most from traditional teaching techniques. Many teachers use a lecture-style forum, presenting information by talking to their students. Regulating voice tone, inflection, and body language will its help all students maintain interest and attention. Auditory learners succeed when directions are read aloud, speeches are required, or information is presented and requested verbally.

STRUCTURED

Some students rely upon a visual learning style: "Show me and I'll understand." Visual learners benefit from diagrams, charts, pictures, films, and written directions. These students will value to-do lists, assignment logs, and written notes. Many of these techniques, however, also benefit kinesthetic learners.

KINESTHETIC TRAINING

Kinesthetic learners are most successful when they are totally engaged with the learning activity. They acquire information fastest when participating in a science lab, presentation, trip or other active activity. Because of the high numbers of kinesthetic learners, education is shifting toward a more hands-on approach; manipulative and other "props" are incorporated into almost every school subject, from physical education to language arts. Hands-on teaching techniques are gaining recognition because they address the challenging needs of kinesthetic learners, as well as the diverse needs of auditory and visual learners.