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Department of BME, REC


                           An Autonomous Institution, Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai

                                    DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
                                 CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS REGULATIONS 2017
                                             M.E. MEDICAL ELECTRONICS

               DEPARTMENT VISION

                  To create a center of academic excellence in the field of Biomedical engineering through
                  innovative  research  contributions  and  industrial  oriented  teaching  and  training  for
                  betterment in healthcare.

                      •  To motivate faculty members and students to explode their creativity to develop
                         innovative products by utilizing modern technologies to serve the society
                      •  To inculcate the industrial need of the biomedical engineers among the students
                         through relevant training and value added courses.
                      •  To  produce  technically  intense  engineers  by  practicing  innovative  teaching


               PEO  I:  To  provide  with  enriched  knowledge  on  medical  electronics  to  study  vital
               physiological signal measurements, imaging modalities, assist and rehabilitation devices to
               fulfil the needs of healthcare service providers, industries and society.

               PEO II: To develop the skills to profoundly perform research, design and development of
               biomedical devices and allied integrated systems for better healthcare.

               PEO III: To instigate students to work in collaboration with external expertise/resources and
               practice the profession in alignment with global professional standards and ethical practices..

               PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs):

               PO1: To Solve the real-life engineering problems by employing the knowledge and skills of
               Medical Electronics.

               PO2: Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to acquire, analyze interpret and
               report experimental data

               PO3: Ability to design biomedical engineering systems, components or processes to meet
               desired needs to provide for sustainable development.

               PO4: Ability to use the current engineering techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for
               biomedical engineering practice.

               PO5: Ability communicates effectively, not only with engineers but also with the society.

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