Biomedical engineering is the branch which combines medical and biological sciences with engineering principles to design and create equipments, devices and software used in healthcare. It brings together knowledge from various sources of medicine and engineering to conduct research needed to solve clinical problems.
Biomedical engineers with in depth understanding of living systems and technology may design electrical circuits, software to run medical equipment or computer simulations to test new drug therapies. Besides, they propose and construct artificial body parts, such as hip and knee joints. They develop the resources needed to make the replacement body parts. The course curriculum consist of clinical engineering, genetic engineering, medical imaging, anatomy and physiology, bio-mechanics & bio-materials etc.
A variety of opportunities are there for a Biomedical engineer like they may absorb in hospitals, where therapy occurs or in laboratories for research. Still others work in manufacturing units, where they design biomedical engineering products.
B.Tech. – Biomedical Engineering (BME)
Candidates must have passed 12th Standard or equivalent examination, recognized by State or Central Education Board. It is required to score at least 50% aggregate in PCM/PCB in the qualifying examination i.e. XII Board Exam. Candidates must have taken five subjects in 12th Standard. He/she must have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics / Biology as core subjects in 12th Standard.
Value Added Courses
- Personality Development
- Value Education
|Dr. Arpana Vibhuti||Assistant Professor & Head|
|Dr. Archana Gupta||Assistant Professor|
|Dr. Anjali Priyadarshini||Assistant Professor|