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The Department of Biomedical Engineering is established in 2020-2021 to cater to the growing demands for biomedical devices and procedures. The program is duly approved by AICTE and affiliated to Anna University with an intake of 60. The demand for engineers with background in biology and medicine is growing rapidly that too in the recent COVID-19 pandemic and due to the current modern lifestyles. The Department has well qualified and experienced faculty members and technically competent supporting staff on its role. The Biomedical Engineering department aims to impart the students with necessary skills and knowledge related to human health; along with educating them on the uses and application of the modern biological principles in their engineering design process to develop new diagnostic tools and medical equipment’s.

VISION

The Department of Biomedical Engineering envisions to create the best biomedical engineers to excel in the field of biomedical technology to improve healthcare system for the benefits of the human society with the help of strong engineering knowledge.

MISSION

  • To attain the academic excellence and technical knowledge through innovative teaching learning process.
  • To inculcate the students with modern biological principles in healthcare, medicine and diagnostics.
  • To transform students into technically competent professionals for uplifting the society with global standards.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs):

Engineering Graduates will be able to: 

PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences. 

PO3. 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. 

PO4. 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.

PO5. 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. 

PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice. 

PO7. 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. 

PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice. 

PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on 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.

PO11. 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. 

PO12. 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 EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):

 PEO1 – To enable the graduates to demonstrate their skills in solving challenges in their chosen field through the core foundation and knowledge acquired in engineering and biology. 

PEO2 – To enable the graduates to exhibit leadership, make decisions with societal and ethical responsibilities, function and communicate effectively in multidisciplinary settings.

 PEO3 – To ensure that graduates will recognize the need for sustaining and expanding their technical competence and engage in learning opportunities throughout their careers.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PSOs): 

PSO1 – To design and develop diagnostic and therapeutic devices that reduces physician burnout and enhance the quality of life for the end user by applying fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering.

PSO2 – To apply software skills in developing algorithms for solving healthcare related problems in various fields of Medical sector. 

PSO3 – To adapt to emerging information and communication technologies (ICT) to innovate ideas and solutions for current societal and scientific issues thereby developing indigenous medical instruments that are on par with the existing technology.

REGULATIONS & SYLLABUS - 2017

REGULATIONS & SYLLABUS - 2021

DEPARTMENT LABORATORY

S.No Name of the Laboratory
1 Bio Chemistry Laboratory
2 Pathology and Microbiology Laboratory
3 Devices and Circuits Laboratory
4 Human Physiology Laboratory
5 Integrated Circuits Laboratory
6 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
7 Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory
8 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Laboratory
9 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Equipment Laboratory
10 Digital Image Processing Laboratory

 

SOFTWARE LIST

S.No List of Softwares
1 MATLAB
2 PSPICE

 

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY

S.No. Description of Equipment
1 CRO (30MHz)
2 Function Generators (3MHz)
3 Dual Regulated Power Supplies ( 0 – 30V)
4 Standalone desktop PCs with SPICE software
5 Standalone desktop PCs with SPICE software
6 Kits for Signal Sampling, TDM, AM, FM, PCM, DM and Line Coding Schemes

 

DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LABORATORY

S.No. Description of Equipment
1 CRO (30MHz)
2 Function Generators (3MHz)
3 Dual Regulated Power Supplies ( 0 – 30V)
4 Standalone desktop PCs with SPICE software

 

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY

S.No. Description of Equipment
1 Embedded trainer kits with ARM board
2 DSP Processors
3 Xilinx Sparton 3E Kit
4 LAN Trainer KIT
5 Computer Systems

 

MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY

S.No. Description of Equipment
1 8085 Microprocessor kits
2 8086 Microprocessor kits
3 8051 Microcontroller kits
4 Digital Trainer Kits

MOUs

S.No. NAME OF THE INDUSTRY THEME OF MOU
1 Greefi Technologies 1. Imbibe higher levels of understanding of engineering courses

2. Effectively apply the learnt concepts in practical situations

3. Develop key behavioral skills required for employ ability

4. Students project are done through Greefi Incubation center

2 K Teq solutions 1.New technology intending to enhance offerings in existing markets are developed and to open doors to new markets

2. This work is usually done in conjunction with a development team, and the lab researchers

3. Students project are supported through K Teq industry

3 E2 Infosystems 1. Provide exposure in Sensors and its applications
4 Hatlet Technologies 1. Make the students to develop in core programming
5 Amphisoft Technologies 1.To Enhance Students Skills in Embedded design.

 

BME DEPARTMENT LIBRARY
S.NO BOOKS NAME AUTHOR NAME COUNT
1 Antenna And Wave Propagation  Prasad K D 4
2 Antenna And Wave Propagation Prasad K D
3 Antenna And Wave Propagation  Prasad K D
4 Antenna And Wave Propagation  Prasad K D
5 Electromagnetic fields  Bakshi A.Uday,Ajaiy v.Bakshi 1
6    Linear Integrated Circuits  Bakshi Uday A ,Godse Atul P, Bakshi Ajay V 5
7    Linear Integrated Circuits  Bakshi Uday A ,Godse Atul P, Bakshi Ajay V
8    Linear Integrated Circuits  Bakshi Uday A ,Godse Atul P, Bakshi Ajay V
9    Linear Integrated Circuits  Bakshi Uday A ,Godse Atul P, Bakshi Ajay V
10    Linear Integrated Circuits  Bakshi Uday A ,Godse Atul P, Bakshi Ajay V
11   Linear Integrated Circuits  Salivahanan S, Kanchana Bhaskaran.VS 2
12   Linear Integrated Circuits  Salivahanan S, Kanchana Bhaskaran.VS
13 Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Approach  Ifeachor, Emmanuel, Jervis  Barrie 4
14 Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Approach  Ifeachor, Emmanuel, Jervis  Barrie
15 Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Approach  Ifeachor, Emmanuel, Jervis  Barrie
16 Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Approach  Ifeachor, Emmanuel, Jervis  Barrie
17 Digital Signal Processing Architecture Programming and Applications  Venkataramani B,Baskar M 5
18 Digital Signal Processing Architecture Programming and Applications  Venkataramani B,Baskar M
19 Digital Signal Processing Architecture Programming and Applications  Venkataramani B,Baskar M
20 Digital Signal Processing Architecture Programming and Applications  Venkataramani B,Baskar M
21 Digital Signal Processing Architecture Programming and Applications  Venkataramani B,Baskar M
22 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald 3
23 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald
24 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald
25 Digital Signal Processing  Salivahanan S, Gnanapriya A 1
26 Modern Control Systems  Doef  C Richard Bishop H Robert 3
27 Modern Control Systems  Doef  C Richard Bishop H Robert
28 Modern Control Systems  Doef  C Richard Bishop H Robert
29 Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement  Cromwell leslie,Fred J. Weibell,Erich A.Pleffer 5
30 Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement  Cromwell leslie,Fred J. Weibell,Erich A.Pleffer
31 Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement  Cromwell leslie,Fred J. Weibell,Erich A.Pleffer
32 Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement  Cromwell leslie,Fred J. Weibell,Erich A.Pleffer
33 Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement  Cromwell leslie,Fred J. Weibell,Erich A.Pleffer
34 Signal and Systems  Pornachandra.S,Sasikala.B 5
35 Signal and Systems  Pornachandra.S,Sasikala.B
36 Signal and Systems  Pornachandra.S,Sasikala.B
37 Signal and Systems  Pornachandra.S,Sasikala.B
38 Signal and Systems  Pornachandra.S,Sasikala.B
39 Signal and Systems  Rakesh Ranjan 1
40 Electronic circuits -II Godse P.Atul,Bakshi A.Uday 3
41 Electronic circuits -II Godse P.Atul,Bakshi A.Uday
42 Electronic circuits- II Godse P.Atul,Bakshi A.Uday
43 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis 11
44 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
45 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
46 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
47 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
48 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
49 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
50 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
51 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
52 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
53 Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory  Boylested L Robert,Nashelsky Louis
54 ADHOC Wireless Networks, Architecture and Protected  Siva Ram Murthy C, Manoj BS 5
55 ADHOC Wireless Networks, Architecture and Protected  Siva Ram Murthy C, Manoj BS
56 ADHOC Wireless Networks, Architecture and Protected  Siva Ram Murthy C, Manoj BS
57 ADHOC Wireless Networks, Architecture and Protected  Siva Ram Murthy C, Manoj BS
58 ADHOC Wireless Networks, Architecture and Protected  Siva Ram Murthy C, Manoj BS
59 CMOS VLSI Design A,Circuit & System Perspective  Weste Neil H E, Harris David Banerjee Avan 1
60 Basic VLSI Design  Pucknell Douglas A Eshraghian Kamaran 3
61 Basic VLSI Design  Pucknell Douglas A Eshraghian Kamaran
62 Basic VLSI Design  Pucknell Douglas A Eshraghian Kamaran
63 Analog and Digital Communication  Srinivasan.K.S 3
64 Analog and Digital Communication  Srinivasan.K.S
65 Analog and Digital Communication  Srinivasan.K.S
66 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L 4
67 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L
68 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L
69 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L
70 VHDL: Modular Design And Synthesis Of Cores And Systems  Navabi Zainalabedin 2
71 VHDL: Modular Design And Synthesis Of Cores And Systems  Navabi Zainalabedin
72 Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automotion   Sherwani Naveed A 5
73 Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automotion   Sherwani Naveed A
74 Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automotion   Sherwani Naveed A
75 Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automotion   Sherwani Naveed A
76 Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automotion   Sherwani Naveed A
77 Verilog HDL:A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis  Palnitkar  Samir 1
78 Fundamentals Of Logic Design  Roth H.Charles 5
79 Fundamentals Of Logic Design  Roth H.Charles
80 Fundamentals Of Logic Design  Roth H.Charles
81 Fundamentals Of Logic Design  Roth H.Charles
82 Fundamentals Of Logic Design  Roth H.Charles
83 Introduction To System Design Using Integrated Circuits  Sonde B.S
84 Introduction To System Design Using Integrated Circuits  Sonde B.S 5
85 Introduction To System Design Using Integrated Circuits  Sonde B.S
86 Introduction To System Design Using Integrated Circuits  Sonde B.S
87 Introduction To System Design Using Integrated Circuits  Sonde B.S
88 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald 5
89 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald
90 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald
91 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald
92 Digital Principles & Design  Givone D Donald
93 Electromagnetic Field –Theory: Including Antennas and Wave Propagation  K A Gangadhar,M Ramanathan 3
94 Electromagnetic Field –Theory: Including Antennas and Wave Propagation  K A Gangadhar,M Ramanathan
95 Electromagnetic Field –Theory: Including Antennas and Wave Propagation  K A Gangadhar,M Ramanathan
96 CMOS Analog Circuit Design  Allen Phillip E, Holberg Douglas R 5
97 CMOS Analog Circuit Design  Allen Phillip E, Holberg Douglas R
98 CMOS Analog Circuit Design  Allen Phillip E, Holberg Douglas R
99 CMOS Analog Circuit Design  Allen Phillip E, Holberg Douglas R
100 CMOS Analog Circuit Design  Allen Phillip E, Holberg Douglas R
101 Electronic devices  Bakshi UA,Godes AP 6
102 Electronic devices  Bakshi UA,Godes AP
103 Electronic devices  Bakshi UA,Godes AP
104 Electronic devices  Bakshi UA,Godes AP
105 Electronic devices  Bakshi UA,Godes AP
106 Electronic devices  Bakshi UA,Godes AP
107 Communication Systems: An Introduction to Signals and Noise in Electrical  Communication Carlson A Bruce, Crilly B Paul 4
108 Communication Systems: An Introduction to Signals and Noise in Electrical  Communication Carlson A Bruce, Crilly B Paul
109 Communication Systems: An Introduction to Signals and Noise in Electrical  Communication Carlson A Bruce, Crilly B Paul
110 Communication Systems: An Introduction to Signals and Noise in Electrical  Communication Carlson A Bruce, Crilly B Paul
111 Mobile Communication  Schiller Jochen 3
112 Mobile Communication  Schiller Jochen
113 Mobile Communication  Schiller Jochen
114 Communication Systems  Simon Haykin Michael Moher 1
115 Digital Circuits and Design  Salivahanan, Arivazhagan 5
116 Digital Circuits and Design  Salivahanan, Arivazhagan
117 Digital Circuits and Design  Salivahanan, Arivazhagan
118 Digital Circuits and Design  Salivahanan, Arivazhagan
119 Digital Circuits and Design  Salivahanan, Arivazhagan
120 Control Systems: Principles & Design  Gopal M 4
121 Control Systems: Principles & Design  Gopal M
122 Control Systems: Principles & Design  Gopal M
123 Control Systems: Principles & Design  Gopal M
124 Communication Systems  Simon Haykin Michael Moher 3
125 Communication Systems  Simon Haykin Michael Moher
126 Communication Systems  Simon Haykin Michael Moher
Operational Amplifiers Lines Integrated Circuits  Kishore 5
127 Operational Amplifiers Lines Integrated Circuits  Kishore
128 Operational Amplifiers Lines Integrated Circuits  Kishore
129 Operational Amplifiers Lines Integrated Circuits  Kishore
130 Operational Amplifiers Lines Integrated Circuits  Kishore
131 Analog and Digital Communication  Chithode J S 5
132 Analog and Digital Communication  Chithode J S
133 Analog and Digital Communication  Chithode J S
134 Analog and Digital Communication  Chithode J S
135 Analog and Digital Communication  Chithode J S
136 Analog and Digital Communication  Srinivasan.K.S 1
137 Engineering electromagnetics  Hayt William.H,Buck John A 4
138 Engineering electromagnetics  Hayt William.H,Buck John A
139 Engineering electromagnetics  Hayt William.H,Buck John A
140 Engineering electromagnetics  Hayt William.H,Buck John A
141 Analog and digital communication  Peabu S 4
142 Analog and digital communication  Peabu S
143 Analog and digital communication  Peabu S
144 Analog and digital communication  Peabu S
145 Principles Of Electromagnetics  Sadiku N O Matthew 4
146 Principles Of Electromagnetics  Sadiku N O Matthew
147 Principles Of Electromagnetics  Sadiku N O Matthew
148 Principles Of Electromagnetics  Sadiku N O Matthew
149 Monochrome And Colour Television Modern Tv Practice  Gulati.R.R 5
150 Monochrome And Colour Television Modern Tv Practice  Gulati.R.R
151 Monochrome And Colour Television Modern Tv Practice  Gulati.R.R
152 Monochrome And Colour Television Modern Tv Practice  Gulati.R.R
153 Monochrome And Colour Television Modern Tv Practice  Gulati.R.R
154 A VHDL Primer  Bhaskar.J 5
155 A VHDL Primer  Bhaskar.J
156 A VHDL Primer  Bhaskar.J
157 A VHDL Primer  Bhaskar.J
158 A VHDL Primer  Bhaskar.J
159 Verilog HDL:A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis  Palnitkar  Samir 2
160 Verilog HDL:A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis  Palnitkar  Samir
161 Electronic and Microprocessor  Godes P Atul 4
162 Electronic and Microprocessor  Godes P Atul
163 Electronic and Microprocessor  Godes P Atul
164 Electronic and Microprocessor  Godes P Atul
165 Microelectronics Circuits  Sedra S Adel , Smith  C Kenneth  7
166 Microelectronics Circuits  Sedra S Adel , Smith  C Kenneth 
167 Microelectronics Circuits  Sedra S Adel , Smith  C Kenneth 
168 Microelectronics Circuits  Sedra S Adel , Smith  C Kenneth 
169 Microelectronics Circuits  Sedra S Adel , Smith  C Kenneth 
Microelectronics Circuits  Sedra S Adel , Smith  C Kenneth 
170 Microelectronics Circuits  Sedra S Adel , Smith  C Kenneth 
171 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S 9
172 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
173 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
174 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
175 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
176 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
177 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
178 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
179 Communication Theory  Srinivasan K S
180 Digital Communication  Dr.J.S.Chitode 1
181 CMOS VLSI Design A,Circuit & System Perspective  Neil H E, Harris David Banerjee Avan 1
182 High Performance Communication Networks  Jean Walrand, Pravin Varaiya 5
183 High Performance Communication Networks  Jean Walrand, Pravin Varaiya
184 High Performance Communication Networks  Jean Walrand, Pravin Varaiya
185 High Performance Communication Networks  Jean Walrand, Pravin Varaiya
186 High Performance Communication Networks  Jean Walrand, Pravin Varaiya
187 Analysis & design of Analog integrated Circuits  Gray Paul R,Hurst Paul,Make Robat 5
188 Analysis & design of Analog integrated Circuits  Gray Paul R,Hurst Paul,Make Robat
189 Analysis & design of Analog integrated Circuits  Gray Paul R,Hurst Paul,Make Robat
190 Analysis & design of Analog integrated Circuits  Gray Paul R,Hurst Paul,Make Robat
191 Analysis & design of Analog integrated Circuits  Gray Paul R,Hurst Paul,Make Robat
192 Electronic Communication  Dennis Roddy,John Coolen 4
193 Electronic Communication  Dennis Roddy,John Coolen
194 Electronic Communication  Dennis Roddy,John Coolen
195 Electronic Communication  Dennis Roddy,John Coolen
196 Electronic Communication Systems  Wayne Tomasi 4
197 Electronic Communication Systems  Wayne Tomasi
198 Electronic Communication Systems  Wayne Tomasi
199 Electronic Communication Systems  Wayne Tomasi
200 Digital Fundamentals  Thomas I Floyd 3
201 Digital Fundamentals  Thomas I Floyd
202 Digital Fundamentals  Thomas I Floyd
203 Discrete Time Signal Processing  Alan V. Oppenheimer 2
204 Discrete Time Signal Processing  Alan V. Oppenheimer
205 Digital Systems Design Using VHDL  Roth, Charles H., Jr. And Lizy Kurian John 3
206 Digital Systems Design Using VHDL  Roth, Charles H., Jr. And Lizy Kurian John
207 Digital Systems Design Using VHDL  Roth, Charles H., Jr. And Lizy Kurian John
208 Electronic circuits – II  Godse P.Atul,Bakshi A.Uday 2
209 Electronic circuits – II  Godse P.Atul,Bakshi A.Uday
210 Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering Prabhu S, Bharaneetharan E 6
211 Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering Prabhu S, Bharaneetharan E
212 Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering Prabhu S, Bharaneetharan E
213 Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering Prabhu S, Bharaneetharan E
214 Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering Prabhu S, Bharaneetharan E
215 Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering Prabhu S, Bharaneetharan E
216 Basic Electrical Engineering  V N Mittle  Arvind Mittal  5
217 Basic Electrical Engineering  V N Mittle  Arvind Mittal 
218 Basic Electrical Engineering  V N Mittle  Arvind Mittal 
219 Basic Electrical Engineering  V N Mittle  Arvind Mittal 
220 Basic Electrical Engineering  V N Mittle  Arvind Mittal 
221 Electrical Power Systems  C L Wadhwa 5
222 Electrical Power Systems  C L Wadhwa
223 Electrical Power Systems  C L Wadhwa
224 Electrical Power Systems  C L Wadhwa
225 Electrical Power Systems  C L Wadhwa
226 Electrical Drives & Controls  Gnanavadivel J,Chithraselvi S 4
227 Electrical Drives & Controls  Gnanavadivel J,Chithraselvi S
228 Electrical Drives & Controls  Gnanavadivel J,Chithraselvi S
229 Electrical Drives & Controls  Gnanavadivel J,Chithraselvi S
230 Design & analysis of Experiment  John F Douglas 5
231 Design & analysis of Experiment  John F Douglas
232 Design & analysis of Experiment  John F Douglas
233 Design & analysis of Experiment  John F Douglas
234 Design & analysis of Experiment  John F Douglas
235 Principles of Communication System  Taub, Herbert,  Schilling Donald L, Saha Goutam 5
236 Principles of Communication System  Taub, Herbert,  Schilling Donald L, Saha Goutam
237 Principles of Communication System  Taub, Herbert,  Schilling Donald L, Saha Goutam
238 Principles of Communication System  Taub, Herbert,  Schilling Donald L, Saha Goutam
239 Principles of Communication System  Taub, Herbert,  Schilling Donald L, Saha Goutam
240 Electronics Devices and Ciircuits  David A. Bell 1
241 Control System Engineering  A Nagoor Kani 4
242 Control System Engineering  A Nagoor Kani
243 Control System Engineering  A Nagoor Kani
244 Control System Engineering  A Nagoor Kani
245 Design With Operational Amplifier and Analog Integrated Circuits  Franco Sergio 2
246 Design With Operational Amplifier and Analog Integrated Circuits  Franco Sergio
247 Basic Electrical Engineering  Kothar D.P., Nagrath I.J 2
248 Basic Electrical Engineering  Kothar D.P., Nagrath I.J
249 Circuits Theory  Gnanavadivel J,Sathishkumar C 3
250 Circuits Theory  Gnanavadivel J,Sathishkumar C
251 Circuits Theory  Gnanavadivel J,Sathishkumar C
252 Digital Systems Testing & Testable design Miron Abramovici 1
253 Electromagnetic Waves And Radiating Systems  Edward C. Jordan, Keith G. Balmain 3
254 Electromagnetic Waves And Radiating Systems  Edward C. Jordan, Keith G. Balmain
255 Electromagnetic Waves And Radiating Systems  Edward C. Jordan, Keith G. Balmain
256 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L 4
257 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L
258 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L
259 VHDL – Programming By Example  Perry Douglas.L

DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES 2020-2021

S.NO DATE TOPICS/COURSE  OF  THE LECTURE
1 29.03.2021 “Imaging techniques using MATLAB” – Guest Lecture
2     30.12.2021 &

31.12.2021

“Signals and Systems” – Guest Lecture

 

DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES 2021-2022

S.NO DATE TOPICS/COURSE  OF  THE LECTURE
1   26.10.2021 Antennas for 5G Communication – Webinar
STUDENTS PARTICIPATION 2021-2022 
S.NO STUDENTS NAME EVENT NAME CONDUCTED BY PLACE ATTAINED
1 T.Sri Birla Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India Participated
2 Jayasakthi.S Data Science & Artificial intelligence ShapeAI Participated
3 R.Dharshini Data Science & Artificial intelligence ShapeAI Participated
4 R.Dharshini Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India Participated
5 R.Dharshini Sustainability and Climate change Europe Academy Participated
6 Dhivya.A Java ShapeAI Participated
7 Dhivya.A Artificial Intelligence ShapeAI Participated
8 Dhivya.A Python ShapeAI Participated
9 Dhivya.A Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India Participated
10 M.kamaleshwari Artificial Intelligence  Intel & Digital India participated
11 M.Kamaleshwari Data Science & Artificial intelligence ShapeAI participated
12 Sathya.K Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India participated
13 Giribalan.S Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India participated
14 Gowtham.S Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India participated
15 Jeevanantham.M Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India participated
16 Thirunavukkarasu.P Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India participated
17 M.Aarthi Data science & Artificial Intelligence  shapeAI participated
18 M.Aarthi Artificial Intelligence  Intel & Digital India participated
19 M.Kameshwari Data science & Artificial Intelligence shapeAI participated
20 M.Kameshwari Artificial Intelligence  Intel & Digital India participated
21 V. Deepika Data science & Artificial intelligence ShapeAl participated
22 V Deepika Artificial Intelligence Intel & Digital India participated
S.NO STUDENTS NAME EVENT NAME CONDUCTED BY PLACE ATTAINED
1 Jayasakthi.S Introduction to Laplace transformation Course Great Learning Academy Course completed
2 Jayasakthi.S Smart english for professionals Great learning Acadamy Course Completed
3 R.Dharshini Cyber Security introduction course Great Learning Academy Course completed
4 R.Dharshini Content Marketing Basics Great Learning Academy Course completed
S.NO SUBJECT CODE NAME OF THE SUBJECT CONTENT BEYOND SYLLABUS RELEVANCE TO  POs AND PSOs
1 BM8301 Sensors and Measurements Real-life applications of sensors PO3,PSO1,PSO2
2 EC8353 Electron Devices and Circuits CMOS Transistor, Audio and video amplifier PO1,PSO1
3 BM8351 Anatomy and Human Physiology Structure and components of prokaryotic cells, structure and function of thymus and adrenal glands PO1,PSO1
4 BM8302 Pathology and Microbiology Demonstration on scanning probe microscope,Structure and components of T4 bacteriophage PO1,PO2,PO4,PSO1,PSO3

NPTEL REGISTERED STUDENTS LIST 2021-2022

S.NO NAME NAME OF THE COURSE REGISTERED
1 R.Dharshini  C programming
2 Jayasakthi.S C programming
3 A.Dhivya C programming
4 V.Deepika C programming
5 T.sri birla C programming
6 M.Arthi  C programming
7 K.Sathya C programming
8 M.Kameshwari C programming
9 M.Kamaleshwari C programming
10 Archana K  C programming
11 Gowtham S Medical Biomaterials
12 Giribalan S Medical Biomaterials
13 Thirunavukkarasu P Medical Biomaterials
14 Suguneshkumar C programming
15 Prabhakaran. M C programming
16 jeevanantham.m  C programming
17 Sumithra M  C programming
18 R.Nishanth C programming
19 R.Guru Prasannaa  Bioengineering: An Interface with Biology and Medicine

NEWSLETTER   2020 – 21

Name of the event      :

Guest lecture on “Imaging techniques using MATLAB”
Date                            : 29.03.2021
Resource person         : Dr.K.Kalirajan

Associate Professor/ECE

KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore

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