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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 1000 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.

Long Term Goals

  • Contribution towards PG Programmes & Research activities
  • To Establish an R & D Centre focusing on "Emerging fields of Biomedical Engineering"
  • Promote interaction and collaboration with Industry, Hospitals and Reputed Foreign Universities
  • Facilitation to establish development Centers of various reputed industries at our department
  • Signing of MoUs with leading Biomedical Industries to develop innovative products.

Short Term Goals

  • Secure more university ranks within top 10 positions
  • Achieve more than 85% results & 90% Placements in core industries
  • Get 75% students admission with the academic score of 80%
  • Motivate students to pursue higher studies in premier Institutions
  • Collaborate with more industries

Vision

To produce quality biomedical engineers with strong technical knowledge and excellence in engineering design for providing solutions to healthcare problems.

Mission

The stated vision of the Department of Biomedical Engineering will be achieved by:

  • Integrating engineering and life sciences for the development of innovative biomedical products.
  • Imparting quality education through innovative Teaching - Learning methodologies.
  • Collaborating with healthcare industries for education, training, research and development.
  • Establishing state-of-the-art facilities to enhance the technical skills.
  • Providing sustainable solutions for challenges in global healthcare with ethical, social and moral values.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The graduates of B.E. Biomedical Engineering programme will:

  • Have successful career in Biomedical Engineering and other relevant disciplines.
  • Design devices, systems and processes for improving healthcare industries.
  • Engage in lifelong learning activities to become a member of globalized engineering teams with ethical values and standards.

Program Outcomes

After the successful completion of B.E programme in Biomedical engineering, students will be able to:

  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering services.
  • Design / Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively in complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) of Biomedical Engineering Programme

After the successful completion of B.E programme in Biomedical engineering, students will be able to:

  • Professional Skills: Design and develop diagnostic and therapeutic devices to support physician for enhancing the quality of life for the end user by applying fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: Solve complex Biomedical Engineering problems, using diagnostic and therapeutic equipments and software viz. DICOM Viewer, MIMICS, Bio-Virtual Instrumentation, MATLAB along with analytical skills to arrive cost effective and appropriate solutions for health care issues.
  • Social Relevance: Adapt to emerging information and communication technologies (ICT) to innovate ideas and solutions for current societal and scientific issues in healthcare.

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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: 18 yrs 1 month
Specialization: Medical Electronics, Bio Signal and Image Processing, Physiological Modeling and Simulation
Email: hodbme@drngpit.ac.in
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02. Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Raja Name: Dr.M.A.Raja
Designation: Professor
Qualification: M.E, Ph.D
Experience: 14 yrs 8 months
Specialization: Digital Signal Processing
Email: raja@drngpit.ac.in
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03. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Ramkumar Name: Dr.C.Ramkumar
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E., Ph.D.
Experience: 5 yrs 7 months
Specialization: Communication Systems
Email: ramkumar.c@drngpit.ac.in
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04. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Sharmili Name: Ms.S.Sharmili
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E
Experience: 12 yrs 5 months
Specialization: Medical Electronics
Email: sharmili@drngpit.ac.in
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05. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Hemapriya Name: Mrs.D.Hemapriya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E, (Ph.D)
Experience: 9 yrs 5 months
Specialization: Biomedical Instrumentation
Email: hemapriya@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: 5 yrs 8 months
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: 5 yrs 2 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: 3 yrs 10 months
Specialization: Nanobiomaterials, Diagnostic equipment
Email: nithya@drngpit.ac.in
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09. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Logesh Name: Mr.S. Logesh Kumar
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech., (Ph.D).,
Experience: 4 yrs 4 months
Specialization: Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering, Biosignal & Image Processing
Email: logeshkumar@drngpit.ac.in
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10. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Mohanapriya Name: Ms.A.Mohanapriya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E
Experience: 3 yrs 4 months
Specialization: Biomedical Instrumentation
Email: mohanapriya@drngpit.ac.in
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11. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - John Name: Mr.John Amose
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech
Experience: 3 yrs 5 months
Specialization: Biosignal Processing
Email: johnamose@drngpit.ac.in
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12. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Chamundeswari Name: Mrs.K.Chamundeswari
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech
Experience: 2 yrs 10 months
Specialization: Nanotechnology
Email: chamundeswari@drngpit.ac.in
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13. Assistant Professor
Dr.N.G.P. IT - Hariprasad Name: Mr.R.Hariprasad
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech
Experience: 1 yr 8 months
Specialization: Advance Biomechanics, Sports Biomechanics, Rehabilitation engineering, and Tissue Engineering
Email: hariprasad@drngpit.ac.in
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Funded Research

Investigator Project Title Sponsoring
Agency
Date of
Sanction
Fund
Received
Status
Dr. Prabakar S Wearable Antidotal for Parkinson's and Geriatric Population DST Texas Instruments Dec 2017 Products worth Rs. 10,000 On going
Dr. Prabakar S Effectiveness of Multi-sensory Story Telling to  Improve the social Communication of Children with Special Needs TNSCST Jan 2018 10,000 On going
Dr. Ram Kumar C Sonar Street Assistance Walking Cane DST Texas Instruments Dec 2017 Products worth Rs. 20,000 On going
Dr. Ram Kumar C Automatic Horn Control for Automobiles DST Texas Instruments Dec 2017 Products worth Rs. 10,000 On going
Ms. Sharmili. S Antenatal Wellbeing Tracker - A portable Multipara Monitoring Device for Fetus DST Texas Instruments Dec 2017 Products worth Rs. 10,000 On going
Dr. Prabakar S
Dr. Ram Kumar C
Capsule Based Gastric Rhythym Analyser DST Texas Instruments April 2017 ₹5,00,000 On going
Dr. Ram Kumar C Capsule Based Gastric Rhythym Analyser DST Texas Instruments January 2017 ₹8,386 Module Completed
Dr. Ram Kumar C Capsule Based Gastric Rhythym Analyser DST Texas Instruments May 2017 ₹12,400 Module Completed
Ms.Gowri Priya N De Mute- A Dumb Assist Watch DST Texas Instruments January 2017 ₹8,800 Module Completed

Sponsored Research Events

Name of the Coordinator Scheme of proposals Sponsoring Agency Title of the Event Date of the event Fund Received
ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017
Dr. Prabakar S Conference Grants ICMR IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Green Energy and Healthcare Technologies- 2017 16-18 March, 2017 ₹50,000
ISTE ₹5,000
IEEE ₹4,500
BMESI ₹25,000
SEEE ₹7,500
Terumo Penpol ₹25,000
The Advanced Medical Systems ₹25,000
Shimadzu Medical India Pvt Ltd ₹34,300
India Medtronic Pvt Ltd ₹73,500
MM Corporation ₹25,000
Fuji Films ₹24,500
Carl Zeiss ₹25,000
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
Dr. Prabakar S Conference Grants ICMR Recent Advancements in Biomedical Engineering & Healthcare Technologies 2015 (RABEHT) 7th& 8th August 2015 ₹40,000
The Advanced Medical Systems ₹25,000
Bioimplants India Pvt Ltd ₹25,000
Getinge ₹25,000
Arjo Huntleigh ₹25,000
Terumo Penpol ₹25,000
Jesai Healthcare India Pvt Ltd ₹25,000
Indian Medical & Surgicals ₹25,000
MM Corporation ₹24,000
Maquet Medical ₹49,000
Vishal Surgicals ₹49,000
Atlas Copco India Pvt Ltd ₹49,000

Sponsored Skill Development Events

Name of the Coordinator Scheme of proposals Sponsoring Agency Title of the Event Date of the event Fund Received
ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017

Dr. S.Prabakar
Dr. Ram Kumar C

PMKVY – Healthcare Sector Skill Council

AICTE & NSDC

Medical Equipment Technician - Skill Development Course

Jan – May 2017

₹6,60,400

MoU's

S.No Year Industry Date
1 2017 Teknotruf Info Services Pvt. Ltd
14.06.2017
2 VI Solutions
19.06.2017
3 Helix Pvt Ltd
21.06.2017
4 2014 TMI Systems
13.07.2017
5 2014 Texas Instruments (India) Pvt Ltd
27.02.2014
6 2013 Kovai Medical Centre and Hospital
12.12.2013

Teaching Learning Practices

Innovative Teaching and Learning Practices and Instructional Methods

S.No Topic link
1 Butterworth filter - Flip flop class room activity
2. Chebyshev Filter - Flip Flop class room activity
3. Limit cycle oscillation, Subject: Principles of Digital signal processing – Role Play
4. FIR Filter Design Few facts – SOLE(self organised video lecturing)
5. Smart Specs Project

Various instructional methods adopted by the faculty members

S. No Name of the Faculty Nature of Activity Name of the subject Topic Outcome
1. Dr.Porkumaran K CLG - Collaborative Learning Group Biocontrol Systems Linear models of physiological control system Students are able to solve the complex problems.
2. Ms. Subbu Lakshmi D EDUSAT Transforms and Partial Differential Equations One dimensional wave and heat equation Students are able to understand more clearly
3. Mr. Logesh Kumar S Flip Flop Class room Medical Informatics Genome Projects Creates awareness and interest for the students regarding the next day lecture
4. Dr. Raja M A Mindmapping Sensors and Measurements Kelvin Bridge Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
5. Ms. Sharmili S Mock it Up Diagnostic and Therapeutic Equipment Dialyzer Students are able to understand concept in-depth
6. Mr. John Amose Ted Talk Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks Artificial neural networks Students are able to get the real time exposure
7. Ms. Sharmili S Flip Flop Class room Medical Optics Laser in Ophthalmology Creates awareness and interest among the students regarding the next day lecture
8. Dr. Raja M A Flip Flop Classroom Computer Networks Routing Creates awareness and interest among the students regarding the next day lecture
9. Ms. Mohanapriya A Mind mapping Bio Informatics Hidden Markov Modelling Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
10. Mr. Hariprasad R Mock it Up Anatomy and Human Physiology Circulatory system Students are able to understand concept in-depth
11. Dr. Prabakar S Mind Mapping Telehealth Technology Satellite Communication Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them.
12. Mr. Ram Kumar C TWT (Teach - Write – Throw) Microprocessor and Microcontroller 8051 Programming Students are able to understand and solve the complex problems
13. Mr. Ram Kumar C TWT (Teach - Write – Throw) Signals and Systems Fourier Series Analysis Students are able to understand and solve the complex problems
14. Ms. Chamundeswari K TWT (Teach - Write – Throw) Nano Electronics SHM Schrodinger method Students are able to understand and solve the complex problems with more confidence
15. Ms. Gowthami S Case Study Hospital Management Biomedical Waste management Students are able to get the real time exposure on the process in hospitals
16. Ms. Gowthami S Collaborative learning (Lecture with video presentation on Simulation) Digital Image Processing Color models Students are able to analyze different color models on images
17. Ms. Mohanapriya A Mind mapping Biomedical Instrumentation Types of Electrodes Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
18. Ms. Chamundeswari K Mind mapping Biomaterials and Artificial Organs Wound healing process Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
19. Mr. Ram Kumar C Video Conferencing Micro Processor and Micro Controller Case studies on Traffic light controller Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
20. Mr. Ram Kumar C A View Micro Processor and Micro Controller Puzzles on Interfacing Modes Students are able to understand more clearly
21. Mr. Ram Kumar C TWT (Teach-Write-Throw-) Signals and system Analysis of transforms Students are able to understand and solve the complex problems with more confidence
22. Ms. Gowripriya N Mind Mapping Hospital Management Man Power Planning Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
23. Ms. Hemapriya D Analogy Bio Control Systems Advanced CS Module Students are able to obtain clear explanation or clarification
24. Mr. John Amose Mind Mapping Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks Pattern recognition and its applications Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
25. Ms. Chamundeswari K NPTEL Nano Electronics Simple Harmonic Motion Students were able to obtain clear explanation or clarification
26. Dr. Prabakar S Flip Flop class room Digital Image Processing Wavelet Transform Creates awareness and interest in minds of the students regarding the next day lecture
27. Ms. Sharmili S CLG – Collaborative Learning Group Sensors and Measurements Errors in measurements Students are able to understand with more confidence
28. Mr. Ram Kumar C EDUSAT Signals and Systems Classification of signals Students are able to understand more clearly
29. Mr. John Amose Mind mapping Basics of Electrical Engineering Power Factor - Basic Electrical Technology Students were able to capture the thoughts and bring them to life in visual form.
30. Ms. Mohanapriya A CLG – Collaborative Learning Group Biometric Systems Biometric Authentication Students are able to understand the complex problems with more confidence
31. Ms. Mohanapriya A Mind mapping Professional ethics Work Ethics Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them
32. Mr. Ram Kumar C TWT (Teach - Write – Throw) Principles of Digital Signal Processing Multirate System Students are able to understand and solve the complex problems with more confidence
33. Ms. Hemapriya D Flipped Class room Analog and Digital Communication Channels and their models Creates awareness and interest in minds of the students regarding the next day lecture
34. Ms. Sharmili S Analogy Radiological Equipment Myocardial Infusion Imaging Students are able to obtain clear explanation or clarification
35. Mr. Ram Kumar C SOLE - Self organizing Learning Environment Analog and Digital ICs Code Conversion Students are able to clarify the doubts whenever needed
36. Ms. Saranya S NPTEL Micro Processor and Micro Controller Interfacing Timer Students were able to obtain clear explanation or clarification
37. Ms. Mohanapriya A Analogy Biometric Systems Face Recognition Students were able to obtain clear explanation or clarification
38. Ms. Hemapriya D NPTEL Radiological Equipment Principles of SPECT and PET Students were able to obtain clear explanation or clarification
39. Ms. Nithya R Youtube Principles of Digital Signal Processing Approximation derivatives Students were able to understand and solve the complex problems with more confidence
40. Ms. Chamundeswari K Youtube Hagen-Poiseuille equation Biomechanics Students were able to understand and solve the complex problems with more confidence
41. Dr. Prabakar S Mind Mapping Assist devices Orthotic Device Students are able to capture the thoughts and visualize them

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.


KMCH Medical Equipment Calibration Center

Need for the Center:

Testing and calibration of bio-medical equipment to assure the quality of medical equipment is becoming increasingly significant. In current scenario the accuracy in diagnosis and effectiveness in treatment cannot be compromised at all. Testing and calibration of equipment ensures accuracy, reliability, effectiveness and long life of the equipment, which ultimately enables one to achieve the highest degree of quality control in healthcare.

Testing and calibration is carried out at least once a year with the help of specialized equipment which ensures high standards. It can be done as per a range of national and international standards including – IEC60601, ISO 13485, ANSI/AAMI and more.

Objective

KMCH Medical Equipment Calibration Center (MECC) is a sophisticated laboratory which is equipped with state-of-the-art calibrating equipment, IEC standards, operating procedures and trained professionals guided by faculty experts to perform calibration of medical devices to ensure reliable performance for quality healthcare. After the testing and calibration the test results are generated and a calibration report is issued.

Facilities Available

KMCH Medical Equipment Calibration Center is almost established with wide range of medical test equipment including Defibrillators, Pulse Oxymeters SPO2, and Patient monitors etc. In addition electrical safety testers, infusion pumps, Patient simulators, Syringe pumps, electrosurgical analyzers, Ventilators and NIBP are also tested and calibrated in the center.

These models are versatile, available in various with numerous optional features that enable the user to perform testing comprehensively, accurately, effectively, in-depth with great efficiency. Provide the option of storing and printing test results with special software packages

Functions

The Center encourages various on-site and in-house testing and calibration of medical devices, Diagnosis of problems and recommendation for service, Quality Assurance check for radiological equipment as per AERB protocols and recalibration

Benefits

The students are able to gain knowledge about the importance of calibration to deliver accurate diagnosis, quality care to the patients, also learn to ensure that the products meet international standards and safety norms.

Students attend training/ Interns in companies and get Job offers by gaining this knowledge. These In-house calibrations minimize the transport error in equipment.

This is why it is incredibly important from a moral, technological, medical and legal standpoint that all medical equipment is in full working order, safe to use, and calibrated to the highest level of accuracy.

List of Equipment

S.No Manufacture Equipment Name Model Number
01. Fluke Corporation, USA
Electrical safety analyzer
ESA612
02.
SpO2 functional tester
SPOT LIGHT
03.
Vital signs simulator
ProSim 4
04.
Defibrillator calibration equipment
IMPULSE 7000 DP

Value Added Courses

S.No Batch Semester Course No of Students
01. 2014 - 2018
IV
Calibration of Medical Equipment
50
02. 2015 - 2019
III
Calibration of Medical Equipment
58
03. 2016 - 2020
II
NI LabView Training
60
04. 2012 - 2016
III
NI LabView Core 1 and Core 2 Training
58
05. 2012 - 2016
V
MATLAB/Simulink Primer
57
06. 2013 - 2017
III
"Programming in C"
57
07. 2012-2016
VIII
MIMICS Training
55

Virtual Industrial Tour

  • Florida Hospital
  • Philips Innovation Centre

BME Association

The Biomedical Engineering Engineers Students' Association was the inaugurated in the year 2013 and named as 'B-MEDIDIANS'. This Association is responsible for organizing Technical events, Workshops, Guest Lectures etc., The Association also played a vital role to form bridge between students and industry by organizing Industrial Visits, Field Visits to understand learning and understand the theoretical concepts. It develops student self analyze, project development, proposal submissions, industry interaction, intern-project collaboration activities.

The Association Works with the Following Objectives:

  • To advance the education and social development of its members and students of the college as a whole.
  • To promote, encourage and co-ordinate student clubs, societies, sports and social activities.
  • To challenge members of the Dr. NGPIT Community to explore their own culture and the culture of others in the campus community in an effort to enhance greater multicultural awareness and promote dialogue exchange.
  • Students will have a variety of out-of-classroom learning, recreational and social opportunities.
  • To develop positive relationships with the general public through participation in community service and other related projects

Biomedical Engineering Society of India (BMESI)

Biomedical Engineering Society of India hence called BMESI is an all India, non-profit making professional learned body. Dr.N.G.P.IT is an Institutional Life Member of this society. The Headquarters of the Society is located at the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, India.

The BMESI Student chapter at Department of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. N. G. P. Institute of Technology was started during 2013-14 Academic year.

The Society engages in the following activities:

  • Publication of an official journal
  • Set up an advisory service
  • Organize symposia, conferences, lectures, study programs, etc.
  • Maintain contacts with other learned and professional organizations
  • Purchase, take lease of or otherwise acquire, hold, manage, let, sell, exchange, mortgage, or otherwise dispose of movable or immovable properties of the society
  • Borrow or raise money in such manner as the society may think fit and collect subscriptions and donations for the purpose of the Society
  • Invest money of the Society in such manner as be from time to time determined by the society

Goals

  • To encourage, promote and advance interdisciplinary co-operation amongst scientists, engineers, and medical doctors for the growth of teaching, research and practices of biomedical engineering
  • To disseminate knowledge in Biomedical Engineering
  • To stimulate and aid research and development in all aspects of Biomedical Engineering
  • To help the improvement of standards, terminology, equipment, methods and safety practices

Activities

  • National and International Conferences
  • Invited Talks, Guest Lecture, Industry Expert Lecture series and Seminar
  • Technical Symposium (HENOSIS)
  • MEDZEST-A Forum for Hands on Training and Quality Control of Medical Equipment (Maquet, India Medtronic Pvt., Ltd., Olympus Medical Systems-India, Vital Med Systems instrument display).

Society for Engineering Education Enrichment (SEEE)

Society for Engineering Education Enrichment (SEEE) is the nonprofit organization for the engineering profession in India. SEEE founded in 2016, major challenge by a group of young graduate engineers in India to serve the interests of the individual engineer in India across all the disciplines of engineering. SEEE's key areas of focus are Promoting and protecting the Professional engineer, Leadership, Developing future Professional Engineers. SEEE shall be one of the very best Engineering Professional bodies in the world. It is dedicated to providing quality service aimed at enhancing professional competence and development of its members at all times. The society looks after the professional needs of members through well structured programmes and regular interactions among the different cadre of membership, enhancing high professional standard and ethical practices.

Activities

The SEEE Student chapter at Department of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. N. G. P. Institute of Technology was started during 2016-17 Academic year. The Society engages in the following activities:

  • National and International Conferences
  • Invited Talks, Guest Lecture, Industry Expert Lecture series and Seminar
  • Technical Symposium (HENOSIS)
  • MEDZEST-A Forum for Hands on Training and Quality Control of Medical Equipment (Maquet, India Medtronic Pvt., Ltd., Olympus Medical Systems-India, Vital Med Systems instrument display).

Association Activities

S.No Date Event/Programme Topic Chief Guest, Designation
ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018
01. 16.6.2017 to 22.6.2017 Faculty Training & Development Program on Digital Image Processing Introduction to Digital Image Processing Dr.P.Visalakshi
Professor, ECE PSG College of Technology
Noise Models, Notch Filter, Inverse Filtering, Weiner Filtering Dr.S.Poornachandra
Professor and Dean, BME SNS College of Technology
Image Compression, Lossy and Lossless Coding Techniques Dr.A.Vasuki
Professor, ECE Kumaraguru College of Technology
Image Enhancement – Frequency Domain, Histogram – Basics of Spatial Filtering Dr. R. Vanitha Mani
Associate Professor, BME Faculty of Engineering, Avinashilingam University
Wavelets, Problems on wavelet Coding Techniques Dr K Srinivasan
Professor and Head, EIE Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College
Practical Applications in Digital Image Processing Dr V R Vijayakumar
Professor and Head, ECE Anna University Regional Centre, Coimbatore
02. 08.07.2017 Career Day Emerging Healthcare Trends for 2020 Mr. Dinesh Easuwaran,
Sales Manager, Philips Healthcare, Coimbatore.
Career Opportunities in Medical Equipment Manufacturing Industry Mr. G. Shajan,
Director, Maestro Meditech Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore
03. 20.07.2017 Guest Lecture Innovating in Healthcare Dr S.R.Sathish Kumar,
Scientist, R&D Lab, Caprienzymes, Ranipet, Chennai.
04. 26.07.2017 Association Inauguration & Guest Lecture Nutraceuticals – A Unique and Traditional Supplements for Health Mr. Siddharth Nair,
Co-Founder & Managing Director,Fyrsta Innovations (India) Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
05. 09.08.2017 Training Program Understanding ICMED Certification and New Medical Device Rules, 2017 for Medical Device Manufacturers Mr.Srinivasa Reddy
Senior Manager, Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone(AMTZ), Visakapatnam, Andhra Pradesh

Mr. Mrutunjay Jena
Joint Director, Quality Council of India – NABCB, New Delhi.
06. 03.08.2017 Expert Lecture Series Pharmacogenomics -The way to drug design and development Dr P. K. Krishnan Namboori
Associate professor-Computational Engineering and Networking Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Coimbatore
07. 09.06.2017 National Workshop Enhancing Energy Efficiency of HVAC Systems In Hospitals, Hotels and Educational Institutions Mr U K Aananthapadmanabhan,
Director, Tenxhealth Technologies, Bangalore
08. 11.09.2017 Personality Development Programme Becoming from Being an Engineer Dr S.Palanivel,
International Training Fellow, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Kamaraj College, ViruduNagar, Tamil Nadu
09. 20.09.2017 Workshop Hands-on Fire Safety Training Mr. Arumuga Poomala,
Ex. Army, Fire Safety Officer, Kovai Medical Center and Hospital, Coimbatore.
S.No Date Event/Programme Topic Chief Guest, Designation
ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017
01. 14.07.2017 Career Day Career opportunities in Bio Tech Industry Mr. Michael Joseph,
Asst. Manager – HR, VWR Lab Products Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore Plumule Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., Virudhunagar
02. 30.12.2016 Faculty Development Program on Rehabilitation Engineering Rehabilitation Dr. Edumund M.D'Couto,
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, KMCH, Coimbatore.
03. 30.12.2016 Faculty Development Program on Rehabilitation Engineering Occupational Therapy
04. 30.12.2016 Faculty Development Program on Rehabilitation Engineering Therapeutic Exercising Techniques Dr. Titu Thomas James,
Assistant Professor, KMCH College of Physiotherapy
05. 30.12.2016 Faculty Development Program on Rehabilitation Engineering Recent trends in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Dr. Anandhakumar. P. R,
Clinical Education Manager, DJO Global India, Chennai
06. 24.01.2017 Seminar on Biotechnology Ignition Grant Funding Opportunity Through BIG Dr. Anil Wali,
Managing Director, Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer, IIT,-Delhi, New Delhi
07. 24.01.2017 Seminar on Biotechnology Ignition Grant Making a Healthcare Product Innovation Hub Using miBEAT Shri Abhinav,
Managing Director & CEO, Cardea Labs and Cardea Biomedical Technologies, New Delhi
08. 02.02.2017 & 03.02.2017 National-Workshop on MedZEST-2017, A Forum for Hands-on Training and Quality Control of Medical Equipment Clinical Aspects of Ventilation & Servo Ventilators Mr. Jaganathan Sridharan
Clinical Manager – Critical Care, Getinge Group, Chennai
09. 02.02.2017 & 03.02.2017 National-Workshop on MedZEST-2017, A Forum for Hands-on Training and Quality Control of Medical Equipment Technical aspects of Servo ventilator Ms. Gayathri Iyer
Service Executive, Getinge Group, Chennai
10. 02.02.2017 & 03.02.2017 National-Workshop on MedZEST-2017, A Forum for Hands-on Training and Quality Control of Medical Equipment Ultrasound Mr. Balaji Gadala
National Sales Manager- Ultrasound.Government Business – South Asia Wipro GE Healthcare
11. 02.02.2017 & 03.02.2017 National-Workshop on MedZEST-2017, A Forum for Hands-on Training and Quality Control of Medical Equipment Patient Monitors Mr. Balasubramaniam.K
Managing Director, Sam Enterprises, Coimbatore
12. 02.02.2017 & 03.02.2017 National-Workshop on MedZEST-2017, A Forum for Hands-on Training and Quality Control of Medical Equipment Blood Bank Equipments Mr. Dhanakumar.V
Zonal Service Manager - South & Mr. Subash Baiju Assistant Service Manager Terumo Penpol, Trivandrum
13. 16/03/2017 to 18/03/2017 IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Green Energy and Healthcare Technologies- 2017 (ICIGEHT-2017) Impact of Electromagnetic Radiation Prof. Dr.A.Alphones,
Professor and Programme Coordinator (Research), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
14. 16/03/2017 to 18/03/2017 IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Green Energy and Healthcare Technologies- 2017 (ICIGEHT-2017) Telemedicine in Ophthalmology Dr. Parag K. Shah,
Ophthalmologist. Department of Pediatric Retina and Ocular Oncology
15. 16/03/2017 to 18/03/2017 IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Green Energy and Healthcare Technologies- 2017 (ICIGEHT-2017) Machine Vision Dr. G. Sai Narayanan,
Senior Technical Specialist, HCL Technologies, Chennai
16. 16/03/2017 to 18/03/2017 IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Green Energy and Healthcare Technologies- 2017 (ICIGEHT-2017) Role of Sensors in Wireless sensors & Networks Dr. P. Manivannan,
Assistant Professor, Manufacturing Engineering Section, IIT-Madras, Chennai
S.No Date Event/Programme Topic Chief Guest, Designation
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 Biomedical 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
S.No Date Event/Programme Topic Chief Guest, Designation
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.
S.No Date Event/Programme Topic Chief Guest, Designation
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.

University Rank Holders

S.No Name of the Student University Rank Batch
01.
Jareena Begam.J
23
2012 - 2016
02.
Ms Kavipriya S
3
2013 - 2017
03.
 Ms R Hanitha
14
2013 - 2017
04.
Ms T Hemapreetha 
17
2013 - 2017
05.
Ms  Keerthana S 
23 
2013 - 2017
06.
 Ms Hemalatha B
25
2013 - 2017
07.
 Ms Sujana V S
27
2013 - 2017
08.
 Ms Keerthana S
29
2013 - 2017

Best Outgoing Students

S.No Name of the Student Batch
01.
Jareena Begam.J
2012 - 2016
02.
Kavipriya.S
2013 - 2017

Students Achievements/Activities

Prizes won in paper presentation/Project Contest/Best Paper Award/Symposiums

S.No Student(s) Name Event /Project Title Organizer/ Venue Prize
Academic Year 2017-2018
01. S. Durga Nandhini Paper presentation on 'Breathe Analysis of lung Cancer using Electronic Nose Detection', in the National Seminar on Innovations in Biomedical Devices Avinashilingam University
I
02. Marwana Syed
Preethi. T
Paper presentation on 'Design of Finger Print Recognition in Voting Machine', in the National Seminar on Innovations in Biomedical Devices Avinashilingam University
I
03. Rakshana. B
Sai Swathi
Saranya. B
Idea Camp - Product Development Fund FORGE
Rs. 30,000
04. Salmaan Rasheed B,
Sathya Sooraj B,
Poornesh. P
Idea Camp - Product Development Fund FORGE
Selected for Boot camp and Entrepreneur camp (Prize Worth of Rs. 60,000/-)
S.No Student(s) Name Event /Project Title Organizer/ Venue Prize
Academic Year 2016-2017
01. Gokul. T
Durgadevi. N
Buvaneshwari. N
Ramya Shanmuga Vadivu. V
DST & Texas Instruments Inc. India Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2016 DST & Texas Instruments Inc.
Selected as Finalists
02. S. Durganandhini Paper Presentation SNS College of Technology
I
03. B. Harinishri Paper Presentation SNS College of Technology
I
04. K. Renupriya Paper Presentation SNS College of Technology
III
05. S. K. Ramya Paper Presentation SNS College of Technology
III
S.No Student(s) Name Event /Project Title Organizer/ Venue Prize
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
05. Gayathri. K iTalk 2015 Tamilnadu College of Engineering, Cbe
I
06. Maria Francis Henna
07. Nagavenkateswari M
08. Maria Francis Henna Paper Presentation Adithya College of Engineering, Cbe
I
09. Nagavenkateswari M
10. Tharangini. G National Symposium SANUS'15 SNS College of Engineering, Cbe
Participation
11. S.Sathishkumar Workshop on Practical Introduction to PCB design using simulation tools AVS college of Technology, Salem
Participation
12. B.Ranoji
13. M.Kamali Shree SNS Art fest-KREYONS'15 SNS College of Technology,Coimbatore
I
14. Amrudha Shree K
15. Srinidhi.P.V
16. Hanitha.R
S.No Student(s) Name Event /Project Title Organizer/ Venue Prize
ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015
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
VI
PASTEUR INSTITUTE, COONOOR
54 Students
02. 06.02.2016
VI
PASTEUR INSTITUTE, COONOOR
57 Students
03. 29.04.2016
VI
SITRA
33 Students
04. 27.09.2016
VI
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 2017-2018
01. Hockey Jaiganesh M Anna University Zone IX
I
Academic Year 2016-2017
01. Table Tennis Navin Balaji V Anna university zone tournament
Park college of technology
I
02. Foot Ball P.Sudev Anna university zone tournament
Park college of technology
 
03. Foot Ball Fayas Ahamed Anna university zone tournament
Park college of technology
 
04. Shotput Kavipriya S Anna university Zonal Sports Meet
K.P.R Institute of technology
I
05. Shotput Kavipriya S CENTIES
Coimbatore Institute of Technology
 II
06. Hockey Jaiganesh M CIT- ALUMNI TROPHY
Coimbatore Institute of Technology
II 
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

Foreign University Collaborations & Students Internship Details

Name of the Student NAME OF UNIVERSITY PROGRAM NAME PROJECT TITLE SUPERVISOR DURATION

KeerthanaSreenivasan
(Batch 2013-2017)

KeerthikaAlagappan
(Batch 2013-2017)

Florida Atlantic University, Florida, USA

Summer Research Internship Programme (SRIP)

"Wearable monitoring device for children with Autism"

Dr.Bassem Alhalabi,
Associate Professor,
Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, FAU, Florida, USA

3 months Aug-Oct 2016


S.No Name of the
Student
Name of the
University
Program
Name
Project
Title
Duration
1 DurgaNandhini S
(Batch 2015-19)
UniversitiTeknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia Research Attachement Programme (RAP) "Wireless Testing of Vital Parameters in Saliva of Neonatal and premature Babies using Baby Nipple" in Process during May & June, 2018
2 Pradeep M
(Batch 2015-19).
3 Rakshana B
(Batch 2015-19)
"Medibin"
4 Sai Swathi B
(Batch 2015-19)
5 Saranya B
(Batch 2015-19)
6 J.K. Krithika
(Batch 2016-20)
"Design of Finger Print Recognition in Voting Machine"
7 Sudharshana N
(Batch 2016-20)
8 Duwaraka J
(Batch 2016-20)

Industry Visit/Field Visits

S.No. Industry Name Incorporation Status Date Duration No of Students with Year of Study / Faculty Outcome
Academic Year - 2017-18
01. Pasteur Institute of India, Coonoor Private 05.08.2017 1day 58 Students II Year/ 3 faculty Students Motivated for Project work
Academic Year- 2016-17
02. Kochin In lab Equipment India PvtLtd Private 11.03.2017 1 day 54 students II Year /2 Faculty Students are benefitted for their placement activities by the industrial training
03. Kochin In lab Equipment India PvtLtd Private 11.03.2017 1 day 54 students III Year /2 Faculty
04. Pasteur Institute of India, Coonoor Private 27.09.2016 1 day 51 Students II year/3 faculty Students are benefitted for their placement activities by the industrial training
Academic Year- 2015-16
05. Pasteur Institute of India, Coonoor Private 06.02.2016 1day 50 Students II year/3 faculty Students Motivated for Project work
06. Pasteur Institute of India, Coonoor Private 06.02.2016 1day 53 Students III year/3 faculty
07. SITRA&Centre of Excellence in Medical Textiles Central Government 29.04.2016 1 day 33 students III Year /3 faculty Students Motivated for Project work

Extension Activity

S.No Date Extension Activity Outcome Beneficiary
Academic Year 2017-2018
01.
12.08.2017 to 14.08.2017
General Health Camp Screening of various health parameters Residents of Nallampatti Village, Erode
02.
20.08.2017
03.
27.08.2017
04.
03.09.2017
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