B.Tech (Biomedical Engineering)

  1. Introduction to the course

The objective of the Department of Biomedical Engineering is to educate students who can bridge engineering with life sciences in the service of human health and represent the biomedical profession with distinction. Our department serves as a conduit for better understanding of biology through engineering concepts and for utilizing the complex organization of life systems in developing new technologies.

The educational objectives of the Biomedical Engineering undergraduate program is that  the graduates will work in research careers by applying their background and knowledge towards the advancement of technology and the betterment of society by contributing to educational and social institutions.       

  1. What are the learning outcomes?

Our fundamental aim is to instil a passion for learning, scientific discovery, innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and societal impact in an extraordinary group of graduates who, because of their experiences in our program will --

  • Continue to utilize and enhance their engineering and biological training to solve problems related to health and healthcare that are globally relevant and based on ethically sound principles.
  • Demonstrate leadership in their respective careers in biomedical engineering or interrelated areas of industry, government, academia, and clinical practice, and
  • Engage in life-long learning by continuing their education in graduate or professional school or through opportunities for advanced career or professional training.
  1. Subjects covered:

Engineering Mathematics Control Theory
Analog and Digital Electronics Basic Clinical Science
Anatomy & Physiology Digital Signal processing
Signals and Network Analysis Microcontroller Based Systems
MATLAB & Simulink Hospital Management
Biomechanics Digital Image Processing
Biomedical Instrumentation Engg. Economics and Financial Management
Digital System Design  


Open Elective (Theory):

  1. Medical Imaging
  2. Introduction to Computation Protein Structure
  3. Mathematical Biology
  4. Introduction to Genomics
  5. Neuron Models
  1. Specializations:

Biomedical Data Science Genomics and Systems Biology Computational Medicine
Machine learning and Its Application to Biomedical data Mathematical Biology Magnetic Resonant in Medicine
Medical Imaging System Models of the Neuron PharmocoKinetics
Information Theory Physical Epigenetics Pharmoco Dynamics
Computational Protein Structure Prediction and Design Introduction Genomics Research Computational Molecular Medicine
Data Mining Computational Genomics: sequences Introduction to Computational Medicine
Neuro Data design Computational Genomics: Data Analysis Precision core Medicine-I
Foundation of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Introduction to non-Linear system Precision core Medicine-II
Bio-Telemedicne Locomotion in Mechanical and Bio- system  
  Computational Steam cell Biology  
  Probabilistic model of the Visual Cortex  
  Tissue Engineering  


  1. Lab Infrastructure (if applicable):

MATLAB & Simulink Lab Signal and Image Processing Lab
Signals and Network Analysis Lab Digital System Design Lab
Electronics Lab Microcontroller Lab
Biomedical Instrumentation Lab Medical Instruments and system lab
Control Lab  


  1. Internships/Project work

New proposed course hence no information about previous internships and project work.

  1. Placement & Career Opportunities / Research Opportunities

Biomedical Engineering is the future. The United States Bureau of Labour Statistics reports that “Employment of Biomedical engineers is expected to grow by 62% from 2010 to 2020”, much faster than the average for all occupations. Demand will be strong because an aging population is likely to need more medical care and because of increased public awareness of Biomedical Engineering advances and their benefits”. This growth is much faster than average. Specific growth areas cited in the report included computer-assisted surgery, cellular and tissue engineering, rehabilitation, and orthopaedic engineering. Clearly the demand for Biomedical Engineers will continue to grow, which increases the value of a Biomedical Engineering degree from ADAMAS UNIVERSITY. In general Biomedical Engineering graduates can look for opportunities in the following industries: Healthcare (secondary and tertiary care hospitals), Medical Technology, Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology and Start-ups.

  1. Eligibility

Minimum 55% aggregate in 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board; PCB required, subject to securing a minimum of 45% marks in each.

  1. Duration (in Year): 4 (with exit option after 3 years as per NEP guidelines).

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