Home Academics Undergraduate Departments Biomedical Engineering Groups Biomedical Engineering ( BME )

Biomedical Engineering ( BME )

Group Options

Photo Albums

No album created yet.


There are no videos added yet


No event created yet.


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 The first batch graduated in 2001.
Established in 1997.
Trendsetter; First private college to start BME in A.P.
Experienced qualified faculty.
Well-equipped labs.
Excellent infrastructure.
Specific Activities of a Biomedical ENGINEER: Work done by biomedical engineers may include a wide range of activities such as: 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.)
Working AREAS Biomedical engineers are employed in Universities,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 BVRIT-BME 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


Consistency in results (above 95%) Many Prizes won by students at various National & International Level Symposia.

Guru Prasad and Spurthi IV BME(2008-12 Batch) got first Prize for paper presentation titled “Architecture for touch free communication system for ALS Patients” at QUARK 2012 technical fest organized by BITS, Goa on 4th February 2012.

Spurthi and Sindhuri IV BME (2008-12) won ”Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest 2012” Consolation  prize for BLIND NAVIGATOR under the esteemed guidance of Prof.Ashok Shigli.

Nitin Menon and Akhila murthy from final year (2008-12 Batch) won "Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest 2011" first runner-up prize for QUADRIPLEGIC TILT COMMUNICATOR under the esteemed guidance of Prof.I.A.Pasha

Six students from final year(2008-12 Batch) namely Guru Prasad, Manogna Chowdary, Vanaja Vasukuri, Sowmya, Sravani, Tejaswini were selected in TCS campus recruitment held on 23-26th August 2011.

BVRIT-ITsAP Best Student Enterpreneurship, 2010, Award winner - http://www.itsap.org/events_inner.php?id_inner=156&;id=19 Miss. Harsha Priya of 3rd year BME for her project (Smart e-stick) at ATL lab.

Establishment of Assistive Technology Lab (ATL) for disable persons with the collaboration of Prof. Alan Rux, UMASS, Lowel, USA.

Four University Gold Medals for the Department so far from the inception

Inauguration of BMESI Student Chapter by Eminent Radiologist Padmasri Prof. Kakarla Subbarao

Organized a National Level Symposium, TELEMED-04, in Feb 2004.

Mr.Kranthi Kiran Vistakula" (BVRIT-BME-1997-2001) has been rated as one of the top 20 Innovators in India this year 2010. Source: April, 26th 2010 INDIA TODAY.

First and only NBA Accredited BME Department in AP


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.

A separate Computer lab with 35 P4 systems was established for Advanced Signal and Image Processing.We have an advanced version of MATLAB with ample number of licensed keys.

Department Library with IEEE Journals & Magazines.


Placement cell

Departmental Website

Foreign Universities data base to facilitate the selection of the schools for graduate studies.

Assistive Technologies Lab


The Department has well-experienced & qualified faculty with Three Professors, Two Associate Professors, Three Assistant Professors.

The BME alumni is continuing further studies at various reputed universities in India & Abroad such as MIT, AKRON, LATECH, UTA, WAYNE STATE, MEMPHIS, UTAH, KECK, (USA), NTU (Singapore), LATROBE (AUS) and also working at various corporate hospitals & organizations such as Apollo, Mediciti, OZONE Biomedicals, Ranbaxy, GE Medicals, Wipro, L&T, etc.

"Mr.Kranthi Kiran Vistakula" (BVRIT-BME-1997-2001) has been rated as one of the top 20 Innovators in India this year 2010. Source: April, 26th 2010 INDIA TODAY.
Medwin Hospitals, Star Hospitals, Apollo Hospitals, Innova Hospitals, Image Hospitals, Siemens Hospitals, Scitech patent India Ltd,




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.


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

a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics (including multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra and statistics), science (including chemistry, calculus-based physics and the life sciences), 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 practic.

l)  Focused experience through Hospital training and undergraduate projects in one or more areas of advanced research.


    Prof Ashok Shigli
    Professor and Head, Coordinator - Autonomous
    Qualifications : M.Tech, (Ph.D), MISTE, MIE, BMESI
    Area of Specialization : Instrumentation, speech processing, Transducers applications
    Area of Intrest : INSTRUMENTATION, Transducers, Microprocessors and microcontrollers
    Teaching Experience : 20+
    Contact : +919849515541, 8466942999
    Email : ashok.shigli@bvrit.ac.in
    Dr. Sujana Hanumara
    Associate Professor & Associate Dean (R&D)
    Qualifications : Ph.D
    Area of Specialization : Biomedical Engineering / Ultrasonic Imaging
    Area of Intrest : Medical Imaging Rehabilitation Engineering
    Teaching Experience : 2 and Half Years
    Contact :
    Email : sujana.h@bvrit.ac.in
    M.Prabhakara Reddy
    Qualifications : M.Tech
    Area of Specialization : Biomedical Instrumentation
    Area of Intrest : Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, Medical Instruments
    Teaching Experience : 14
    Contact : 9290146714
    Email : prabhakarareddy.m@bvrit.ac.in
    Nandini Dhiman
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Tech in Biomedical Engineering
    Area of Specialization : Biomedical Engineering
    Area of Intrest : Biosensors, Artificial Organs, BioMEMS
    Teaching Experience : 2
    Contact : 8885066681
    Email : nandini.d@bvrit.ac.in
    Mrs. A.Srilatha
    Assistant Professor
    Qualifications : M.Tech
    Area of Specialization : Biomedical Engineering/Industrial Engineering
    Area of Intrest : Biomedical Equipment, imaging,rehabilitation engg, quality management
    Teaching Experience : 7
    Contact : 9704699261
    Email : srilathareddy.ambati@bvrit.ac.in
    Qualifications : MBBS
    Area of Specialization : Medical Science
    Area of Intrest : Anatomy & Physiology, Basic clinical sciences
    Teaching Experience : 20
    Contact : 9247306603
    Email : drramaraju.vadlamudi@bvrit.ac.in
 Basic Sciences  Departmental     Core  Management
  • English
  • Mathematics-I
  • Mathematical Methods
  • Engineering Physics
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Environmental Studies
  • Bioelectricity & Electrodes
  • Biofluids & Biomechanics
  • Rehabilitation Engineering
  • Telemedicine
  • Physiological Systems & Modeling
  • Biomaterials
  • Medical Imaging Techniques
  • Rehabilitation Engineering
  • Biomaterials
  • Ergonomics
  • Physiological systems and modeling
  • Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
  • Hospital Systems Management
 Medical  Computer Core

  • Biological Control Systems
  • Bio-Transducers and Applications
  • Biomedical Equipment
  • Lasers & Fiber Optics in Medicin
  • Medical Imaging Techniques
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Basic Clinical Sciences-I&II
  • Applied Biochemistry
  • C& Data Structures
  • Computer Networks
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Biomedical Signal Processing
  • Image Processing and Pattern Recognition
  • Medical Informatics
        Electronics          Electrical  
  • Computer Programming
  • Engineering Physics/Engineering Chemistry
  • English Language Communication Skills
  • IT Workshop/Engineering Workshop
  • Electronic Devices & Circuits
  • Medical Sciences
  • Pulse & Digital Circuits
  • Transducers
  • Basic Simulation
  • Advanced English Communication Skills
  • LDIC Applications
  • Biomedical Equipment
  • Biomedical Signal Processing
  • Medical Imaging Techniques
  • Microprocessors
  • Image Processing
  • Mini Projects
  • Electronic Devices & Circuits
  • Signals and Systems
  • Switching Theory & Logic Design
  • Pulse & Digital Circuits
  • Principles of Communications
  • Linear & Digital I.C. Applications
  • Micro Processors & Micro Controllers
  • Embedded Systems
  • VLSI
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering



Our Anatomy & Physiology lab has all that a medical lab should possess. We have Specimens of all the organs of human body. We also have compound microscopes required for histology Practicals (to show the slides of primary tissues).B.P measurement using sphygmomanometer, Testing of audibility using tuning forks, Organ dissection are part of the lab activity. Additional lab facilities for anatomy & physiology lab are facilitated by M.N.R medical college, Medak. Our II year I semester students undergo an eight session training program in MNR Medical college.


This lab is well equipped with instruments needed for biochemical analysis like Electrophoresis, Centrifugation, Physical Weigh Bridge, etc. Identification tests for Carbohydrates, Pathological constituents of Urine, Blood Glucose Estimation, Spectrophotometer applications are some of the experiments done by the II year — I semester Students in this lab.


This lab is well equipped with all theTransducers. The main idea behind is to test the physiological parameters like Pressure, speed, Displacement, pH measurement, Characteristics of strain gauge, Pressure thermometers, Resistance thermometers and the Characteristics of optical devices etc. As a part of II year II semester curriculum the above mentioned experiments are conducted in this laboratory. Students are also guided in doing the miniproject


The III year I semester students conduct variousexperiments on Biomedical equipment which includes Diagnostic equipments like ECG monitors, Audiometers, EEG monitoring, Pulmonary Function Test, Therapeutic equipments like DC Defibrillator, Pacemaker, Diathermy unit. We also have surgical equipments like Electro surgical generators. Students are acquainted with study, operation and trouble shooting of these devices. Emphasis is mainly laid on safety precautions.


This lab is a part of III year II semester syllabus. Here Students test various signal processing techniques like filtering, Analog and Digital Conditioning, signal averaging improvement, exponential averaging, and applied data reduction techniques on ECG DATA.
  • Software used : mat lab 7
  • Server configuration : Wipro Xegeon processor, Pentium IV,2.8 Ghz,37GB,1GB ecC RAM
  • Client configuration: Pentium IV,2.4 GHz processor,512 MBRAM,40 GB hard disk


Students of III year II semester are trained in this lab on Microprocessor 8086, Interfacing and Microcontroller 8051 which include introduction to TASM (Turbo Assembler), Logic operations, Modular Program, Usage of string operation and instruction prefix, DOS/BIOS programming, Timer in different modes, usage of external interrupts, Programs based on Short, page, absolute addressing, instruction set, Traffic signal control, Stepper motor based on micro controller 8051etc.,


This lab is a part of our IV year I semester Curriculum. In this laboratory we use C language as an interface for extraction of hidden information from different file formats and reconstruction of medical images from the given data using different protocols. Students execute medical imaging techniques using c programs. Number of computers in lab are 30


Students of IV year I semester are trained in this lab on execution of Image Processing Techniques. Image Data Compression, Image smoothing, Image sharpening, Masks, Line detection, edge detection, point detection, image enhancement etc., are part of the curriculum.




National Journals

  • Indian Journal of Medical Ethics
  • Indian Journal of Medical Sciences
  • Indian Journal of Nephrology
  • Journal of Medical Physics
  • Indian Journal of Orthopedics
  • Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics(NISCAIR)

International Journals

  • Biomedical Circuits and Systems
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
  • Medical Imaging
  • Nano Bioscience
  • Reviews in Biomedical Engineering



1. 08211A1102           AKHILA LAKSHMI 94.32  I
2. 09215A1101       M.RAJASEKHAR REDDY 91.23  II
3. 08211A1113             NITIN MENON 90.45  III
4. 09215A1103             M. REVATHI 89.16  IV
5. 08211A1117             RATNAJI A 87.61  V






            JYOTHIRMAYEE R









                RADHIKA S









               SRIKANTH M























Biomedical Engineering, Opening new frontiers of Medicine and Engineering Fields:

  • To encourage, promote and advance interdisciplinary co-operation amongst scientists, engineers, and medical doctors for the growth of teaching, research and practices of biomedical engineering.
  • To disseminate knowledge in biomedical engineering.
  • To stimulate and aid research and development in all aspects of biomedical engineering.
  • To help the improvement of standards, terminology, equipment, methods and safety practices.
In pursuit of these objectives the Society may engage in the following activities:

  • Publication of an official journal.
  • Set up an advisory service.
  • Organize symposia, conferences, lectures, study programmes, etc.
  • Maintain contacts with other learned and professional organizations.
  • Purchase, take lease of or otherwise acquire, hold, manage, let, sell, exchange, mortgage, or otherwise dispose of movable or immovable properties of the society.
  • Borrow or raise money in such manner as the society may think fit and collect subscriptions and donations for the purpose of the Society.
  • Invest money of the Society in such manner as may from time to time determined by the society.
  • To undertake such other activities which are cognate to the objects of the society or conductive to the attainments of the above objects.
Faculty Coordinator:  Mrs. A. Srilatha Reddy / Dr.H.Sujana
Student Coordinator:

Mr. Nitin Menon—4th year BME

Ms.Akhila Murthy-4th Year BME

Mr.Srikanth-3rd Year BME

Ms.Jyothirmayee-3rd Year BME

Mr.Ganesh-2nd Year BME

Ms.Mridula-2nd Year BME


Saturday, 09 November 2013 by M.Bhanu Prakash


  1. Dr.H.Sujana, Associate Professor attended Board of Studies (BOS) meeting at JNTU Hyderabad to finalize the course structure and syllabus for M.Tech Biomedical Signal Processing and Instrumentation on 30th and 31st July 2013.
  2. Dr.H.Sujana, Associate professor and Ms.Srilatha Reddy, Assistant Professor has successfully Co-ordinated and conducted a SCILAB Workshop  organized with the help from FOSSEE and spoken Tutorial projects, IIT Bombay, funded by National Mission on Education through ICT,MHRD, Govt. of India on 12th November, 2012 for final year and Pre-final year students.
  3. Dr.H.Sujana, Associate professor and Ms.Srilatha Reddy, Assistant Professor has attended one day workshop on “Selected Topics in Medical Imaging” by Prof.Rangaraj M Rangayyan, University of Calgary, Canada held at R & T Unit for Navigational Electronics, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 18th December, 2012.
  4. Jyotirmayee, IV BME got selected as a project trainee in GE Medical Systems(India) Private Limited, Bangalore on 21st September 2013
  5. Radhika Shiradhkar, Mounika Nagavelli and Pranitha Ratchel Wood of IV BME got placed in TCS through campus recruitment held at BVRIT on 22nd September 2012.
  6. Industrial tour to Atul Group of Industries, Agra and Northern part of India has been visited from 8th Sept 2012 to 18th Sept 2012 by third year BME students escorted by M.Bhanu Prakash and Ms.Naga Parameshwari (MBA)
  7. NBA Expert Committee has visited Padmasri- Dr. B.V. Raju Institute of Technology, Vishnupur, Narsapur, Medak District – 502313, A.P. from 22nd to 24th February, 2013 to evaluate programmes for grant of NBA Accreditation.
  8. A national level Technical FEST PROMETHEAN has been organized from 14th March to 15th March 2013 and department has conducted the following events:
  9. S.NO

    Name of the Event

    Total number of participants



















  • Jyothirmayee of IV B.Tech., Priya Rani Reddy of III B. Tech. and Lakshmi Priya of , II B. Tech. received awards for being toppers in the previous semester university examinations on March 15th 2013.

Thursday, 26 April 2012 by Administrator
tinta eprint kertas fax cash register berita nasional berita indonesia portal berita harga tiket pesawat tiket pesawat domestik pesan tiket pesawat harga tiket pesawat tiket pesawat domestik pesan tiket pesawat it konsultan it support paket isp code security komunitas it komunitas hacker pakar seo indonesia narasumber seminar master seo berita banten rakyat banten pendekar banten okezone jual mobil bekas toko online gratis