BME-Funding Projects

Biomedical Engineering Funding Projects

BME-Placements

2013-17 Batch: Placements

BME 2013 Batch Placements

2012-16 Batch: Placements

S.No. Roll Number Name of the Student Name of the Company
1 12211A1114 R. VenkataRaghava TCS
2 12211A1116 Mariya Fathima TCS
3 13215A1101 C. Sharath Chandra TCS
4 13215A1112 B. H. V. ManiKanta S TCS
5 12211A1101 B. Arvind Kumar ABABIL Healthcare
6 12211A1107 Rameshwar Rathod ABABIL Healthcare
7 12211A1109 Rohit Sirpa  ABABIL Healthcare
8 12211A1112 K. Satish Kumar  ABABIL Healthcare
9 13215A1115 P. Rama  Alliance Biomedica 
10 12211A1104 D. Harini HORIBA Medical
11 13215A1102 R. Mahendra Lalitha Super Specialities Hospital
12 13215A1103 G. Sunil Kumar Nipro Medical Corporation
13 13215A1116 V. Nava Chand Nipro Medical Corporation
14 13215A1105 G. VijayaBhaskar PACE Hospitals
15 13215A1106 K. V. Sai Kumar ESAOTE India (NS) Ltd
16 13215A1110 V. Arun Kumar SonoSite (FUJIFILM)
17 12211A1115 M. VenkataRaghava Reddy MEDWIN Hospitals

BME 2012 Batch Placements

2011-15 Batch: Placements

 

2010-14 Batch: Placements

 S.No. Roll Number  Name of the Student  Name of the Company 
1 10211A1105 Anusha Bandari  Tech Mahindra 
2 10211A1108 Himaja Sree TV Tech Mahindra
3 10211A1114 Mridula Garimella Tech Mahindra

2009-13 Batch: Placements

S.No. Roll Number Name of the Student Name of the Company
 1 09211A1102  V. Anitha Reddy India Healthcare Solutions
2 09211A1106 Gayathri Puranik India Healthcare Solutions
3 09211A1110 Jyothirmayee Ramaraju GE Medical Systems
4 09211A1112 Mouika Nagavelli TCS
5 09211A1116 Pranitha Wood Rachel TCS
6 09211A1118 Radhika Shiradkar TCS
7 09211A1119 Rakiya Quadri India Healthcare Solutions
8 09211A1120 Rani Sudha Singh Kumari India Healthcare Solutions
9 09211A1125 V. Siva Kumari India Healthcare Solutions

 

2013 BATCH

S. No

Roll. No

Student Name

University

 1

13211A1117

M V V HARITHASRI

MS, University of Connecticut

2012 BATCH

S. No.

Roll. No

Student Name

University

1

12211A1103

DHANANJAY B

M. Tech, O.U

12211A1107

RAMESHWAR RATHOD

M. Tech, O.U

12211A1111

SATISH KUMAR K

MBA, IIIT, Hyderabad

12211A1114

VENKATA RAGHAVA R

MS, Wright State University

13215A1109

CH.RAMYA

M. Tech, O.U

13215A1113

K THULASI

M. Tech, Vellore Institute of Technology

2011 BATCH

S. No.

Roll. No

Student Name

Name of the Company

1

11211A1101

AISHWARYA PARVATHALA

MS, Bridgeport University, US

11211A1102

ASLAM MOHAMMED

MS, Wayne State University, US

11211A1105

BHARGAVI KONDA

MS, Wilmington University, US

11211A1108

KEERTHI KANCHARLA

MS, Bridgeport University, US

11211A1110

LAKSHMIPRIYA R

MS, University of Illinois, US

11211A1113

NAMRATHA VADLAMUDI

MS, Bridgeport University, US

11211A1114

NISHANTH GOUD SURABHI

MS, American College of Commerce & Technology

11211A1115

PRASANNA KOLIMI

M. Tech, O.U

11211A1117

REEMA G

MS, Bridgeport University, US

10 

11211A1119

SAIRAM MANDAVA

MS, Stratford University, US

11 

11211A1120

SAIVIVEK POGULA

MS, Bridgeport University, US

12 

11211A1122

SRUJITHA VANACHARLA

MBA, Apollo, Hyd

13 

11211A1123

SURYAKIRAN MADHAVARAPU

MS, Bridgeport University, US

14 

12215A1103

D PULLA RAO

M. Tech, O.U

2010 BATCH

S. No.

Roll. No

Student Name

Name of the Company

1

10211A1101

DATLA AARTI

MS, Marshall University, US

10211A1104

SURYADEVARA ALEKHYA

MS, Marshall University, US

10211A1107

GANESH REDDY CINGAM

MS, University of Texas, Arlington

10211A1110

M. KAVYA

MS, Bridgeport, US

10211A1113

MD. MOULANA ALI

MS, KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS

10211A1119

SAI PRASAD D

MS, Fachhochschule Technikum Wien, Austria

10211A1127

TONY DANIEL SANDEEP K

MBA, Administrative staff college, Hyderabad

BME P HS

BME-Latest Results

B. Tech Biomedical Engineering

The academic performance for the passed-out undergraduate batches (last four years) is given below:

 

Results

BME-Overview

Biomedical Engineering: Opening new frontiers of Medicine and Engineering Fields

A Biomedical Engineer uses traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and medicine, providing an overall enhancement of health care. Students choose the biomedical engineering field to be of service to people, to partake in the excitement of working with living systems, and to apply advanced technology to complex problems of medical care. The biomedical engineer works with other health care professionals who include physicians, nurses, therapists and technicians 

 B.Tech in Biomedical Engineering at BVRIT

  • Established in 1997
  • First private college to start BME in A.P.
  • Autonomous, NBA and NAAC Accredited
  • Approved by AICTE and affiliated to JNTU-H
  • Experienced and well qualified faculty
  • Well-equipped labs 

VISION

To achieve excellence in undergraduate education, meaningful & innovative research and service dedicated to advancing the field of biomedical engineering and human health.

MISSION

 

The mission of biomedical undergraduate engineering program is:

 

M1: To pursue excellence in biomedical engineering education and research by providing positive and professional, highquality, relevant education using current technological and educational techniques.

 

M2: To inspire student community to work in cohesion that exemplifies the core and ethical values for the purpose of improving and developing systems that solves complex problems and improves the quality of life.

     M3: to develop student’s skills to effectively communicate, analyze, create, and link knowledge in      the multi-disciplinary fields, with the emphasis on quantitative approaches and methods. 

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)

P1. To develop the concepts of engineering in design and product realization to meet the needs of industry and organizations.

P2. To demonstrate the ability to work effectively as a responsible professional in a team and as an individual.

P3. To have an understanding of the importance of life-long learning and professional development with a background that allows to pursue advanced studies in BME or related fields. 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POS)

The students at the end of the program are expected to have attained the following:

a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. An ability to design and realize a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.
d. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.
e. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
g. An ability to communicate effectively
h. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
i. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. A knowledge of contemporary issues.
k. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
l. Focused experience through Hospital training and undergraduate projects in one or more areas of advanced research. 

Work Activities of a Biomedical Engineer: 

  • Artificial organs (hearing aids, cardiac pacemakers, artificial kidneys and hearts, blood oxygenators, synthetic blood vessels, joints, arms, and legs).
  • Automated patient monitoring (during surgery or in intensive care, healthy persons in unusual environments, such as astronauts in space or underwater divers at great depth).
  • Mapping the human genome, robotics, tissue engineering, and in Nanotechnology Advanced therapeutic and surgical devices (laser system for eye surgery, automated delivery of insulin, etc.).
  • Application of expert systems and artificial intelligence to clinical decision making (computer-based systems for diagnosing diseases).Design of optimal clinical laboratories (computerized analyzer for blood samples, cardiac catheterization laboratory, etc.).Medical imaging systems (ultrasound, computer assisted tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, positron emission tomography, etc.).
  • Computer modeling of physiologic systems (blood pressure control, renal function, visual and auditory nervous circuits, etc.).Biomaterials design (mechanical, transport and biocompatibility properties of implantable artificial materials).
  • Biomechanics of injury and wound healing (gait analysis, application of growth factors, etc.).
  • Sports medicine (rehabilitation, external support devices, etc.) 

Employment Opportunities for Biomedical Engineers:

  • Biomedical Industry
  • Hospitals (provide advice on the selection and use of medical equipment, as well as supervising its performance testing and maintenance)
  • Research facilities of educational and medical institutions
  • Teaching
  • Government regulatory agencies (involve product testing and safety)
  • Technical advisors for marketing departments of companies 

Interaction with External Organizations:

The department of biomedical engineering at BVRIT has developed relationships for student projects and training with various hospitals & organizations such as CARE, Medwin, Apollo, DRDL, DMRL, NIMHANS, MNR, Centronix, ATI-EPI, NSIC, NIMS, Sweekar & Upkar and Elico Ltd. 

Training:

Short-term training of 1-2 months is arranged for the students in order to give them an opportunity to get familiar with various instruments used in multi-specialty hospitals and research institutions. 

Facilities:

  • A Computer lab with 35 PC systems for advanced biomedical research including signal and image processing
  • Department Library with IEEE Journals & Magazines
  • 24x7 Internet
  • Placement cell
  • Department website
  • Foreign Universities data base to facilitate the selection of the schools for graduate studies
  • Assistive Technology Lab in association with UMass, Lowell, USA

BME-About HOD

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B.E.: Instrumentation Technology

M.Tech: Electronics and Communication Engineering, (Ph.D.)

Prof. Ashok Shigli
Professor & Head
Coordinator– Autonomous/Accreditation/Affiliation
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Total Experience –25years 
Teaching Experience – 24years
Industry Experience – 01 year

Professional Affiliations

  • Life Member ISTE, MIE, BMESI
  • Member IEEE

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  • Acting as a reviewer and serving as part of the technical program committee for ISIEA 2014 (2014 IEEE Symposium on Industrial Electronics and Applications).

  • Acting as a reviewer and serving as part of the technical program committee for ISCAIE 2014 (2014 IEEE Symposium on Computer Applications and Industrial Electronics).

  • Working as Professor and Head of the Department since 2010.

  • Institute Coordinator for Autonomous/Accreditation/ Affiliation activities. 

  • Guiding projects for Various competitions like TI contest 2015, ATMEGA project contest. 

  • Attended more than 15 Faculty development workshops/ Conferences.

Fields of interest

  • Instrumentation, Measurements, Speech recognition

Research Papers Published

  • “Reliable Transmission Protocal For Gsm And Http Based On Wireless Patient Monitoring”, International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development,(IJEARD),Vol. 1 Issue-12, Dec -2014,  ISSN No 2348-4470, SJIF-3.314.
  • “Remote Patient Monitoring System Based On Http And Zigbee-Protocol”, International Journal Of Electrical Electronics And Communication (IJEEC ),  Dec 2014, ISSN 2048 - 1068

Conference Publications

  1. “A Robust Speech Recognition Using Modified MFCC Approach” Proceedings of International Conference on Systemic s, Cybernetics and Informatics ICSCI-Jan- 7th to 10th 2009, Volume No.1of 2 Page No. 561 to 565Pentagram Research Centre (P) Limited at Hyderabad A.P India
  2. “A Spectral Feature Process for Speech Recognition Using HMM With MFCC Approach” ” National Conference on Computing and Communication Systems (NCCCS-2012) page No.219 to 226, on dated 21st to 22nd Nov. 2012 IEEE ISBN: 978-1-4673-2837-1 at Dr. B.C Roy Engineering College, Jemua Road, Fuljhore, Durgapur West Bengal, India. Proceedings is Available in IEEE explore in digital library
  3. “A Nose on a Chip” Second International Conference on Biomedical Engineering & Assistive Technologies (BEATS-12), page No. 449-454on dated 6th-7th December 2012 at NIT Jalandhar Punjab India, ISBN:13;978-81-925454-1-7
  4. “Virtual Doctor: A Surgical Approach” Second International Conference on Biomedical Engineering & Assistive Technologies (BEATS-12), page No. 542-546 dated 6th-7th December 2012 at NIT Jalandhar Punjab India, ISBN:13;978-81-925454-1-7
  5. “Bacteria and Virus Counter” Second International Conference on Biomedical Engineering & Assistive Technologies (BEATS-12), page No. 449-454on dated 6th-7th December 2012 at NIT, Jalandhar Punjab India, ISBN:13;978-81-925454-1-7
  6. “Traffic Simulator for Mentally Retarded” Second International Conference on Biomedical Engineering & Assistive Technologies (BEATS-12), page No. 449-454on dated 6th-7th December 2012 at NIT, Jalandhar Punjab India, ISBN:13;978-81-925454-1-7
  7. “Wireless Radio Frequency Transmission For Bladder-pressure”, IT Convergence and Security (ICITCS- 2013) 3rd International Conference on 16-18 Dec. 2013 at Macau China, ISBN- No 978-1-4799-2845-3/13, Proceedings is Available in IEEE explore in digital library
  8. “Electronic Food Grain Identifier For Visually Challenged People” International conference on Theoretical and Applied Research in Mechanical Engineering - ICTARME on 30TH MARCH 2014 AT GOA.
  9. “Design and Implementation of Eyebrow Sensing Wireless Mind Mouse”, at National Conference on Recent Research Advancements in Information Technology (NCRRAIT 2014) at B.V.Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur(T.S.) on 25th – 26th Sep, 2014. ISBN 978-93-82163-73-2, pp 223-226
  10. “Expectation Maximization algorithm as a semi automatic detection of Epilepsy from T2 weighted MR structure”, 3 rd International Conference, (BEATS-2014) Chandigarh , India, Feb 14 to 15 2014, pg no 38-42, http://www.bmeindia.org/beats2014
  11. “Identification of physiological signal having more efficiency in determination of stress level”, 3 rd International Conference, (BEATS-2014) Chandigarh , India, Feb 14 to 15 2014, pg no 76-79, http://www.bmeindia.org/beats2014