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DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING - Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA)

Biomedical engineering aims to improve human health by applying engineering principles. Through a strong course the students are introduced not only to these disciplines but also to laboratory research and instrumentation, the design process, teamwork, technical communication, entrepreneurship, and legal and regulatory issues. It is important for students to have an access to interconnected engineering, medical, and business resources.


To be recognised as a centre of excellence in the field of Biomedical engineering where learners are nurtured in a scholarly environment to evolve into competent professionals to benefit society.


  • Evolve a curriculum which emphasizes on strong engineering fundamentals with the flexibility to choose advanced courses of interest and gain exposure to tools and techniques in Biomedical engineering.
  • Encourage a teaching-learning process in which highly competent faculty share a symbiotic association with the institutes of repute.
  • Facilitate creation and dissemination of Biomedical engineering knowledge through a digitally-enabled learning environment.
  • Develop academic and infrastructural facilities with modern equipment and other learning resources and encourage reciprocal sharing with other institutes through networking.
  • Establish a centre of excellence to enhance academia – biomedical industry partnership and work on collaborative projects.


  • To enable the pursuit of knowledge in the field of Biomedical engineering and contribute to the profession and employability of the students.
  • To engage in research, generate the employment through entrepreneurship and work effectively in multidisciplinary environment.
  • To understand the human, social, ethical and environmental context of their profession and contribute positively to the needs of individuals and society.


  • Apply advanced science and engineering to solve the problems at the interface of engineering and healthcare.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the principles and working of the hardware and software aspects of biomedical systems.
  • Use professional and ethical practices, strategies and tactics for the development, operation and maintenance of biomedical technologies.
  • Provide effective and efficient real time solutions using acquired knowledge in various domains.


  • Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering for the solution of Biomedical engineering problems.
  • Ability to formulate and analyze complex Biomedical engineering problems.
  • Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, and public health.
  • Ability to design and conduct experiments, and to analyze and interpret data.
  • Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for Biomedical engineering practice.
  • Ability to include societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Ability to consider the impact of engineering solutions on environment and the need for sustainable development.
  • Ability to incorporate professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Ability to work effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in multidisciplinary environment.
  • Ability to communicate effectively on complex engineering activities.
  • Knowledge and understanding of principles of management and finance in relation to Biomedical engineering projects.
  • Appreciation of technological change and the need for independent lifelong learning.

Current Intake

Under Graduate – 60

Dr. J. R. Toravi

Professor and Head of the Department

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Biomedical engineers connect the medical and engineering disciplines providing an overall enhancement of health care through designing, building innovative devices and improving processes for genomic testing, or making and administering drugs. In 2011 the Bureau of Labor Statistics listed Biomedical Engineering as number one fastest growing occupations. The growing focus on health issues drives the demand for better medical devices and equipment designed by biomedical engineers particularly in pharmaceutical manufacturing and related industries. Biomedical engineers are for life. As the HOD, I am excited about the journey which will help forge strong partnerships with health sciences, and to grow the department into a mature program.

Department of Biomedical Engineering - Faculty Profile


Name Designation Qualification Experience
UG PG PhD Teaching Industry R&D
Dr. Jitendra Toravi Professor & Head BE (Electrical) MTech (Biomedical) PhD (Biomedical) 3 30 -
Dr. Gajanan Nagare Professor BE (Instrumentation) ME (Instrumentation)  PhD(Biomedical) 8 0 7
Prof. Suvarna Udgire Assistant Professor BE (ETRX) ME (ETRX) - 9 13 -
Prof. Neelam Punjabi Assistant Professor BE (Biomedical) ME (Instrument) - 8 1 6
Prof. Arunkumar Ram Assistant Professor BE (Biomedical) ME (Biomedical) - 8 - -
Prof. Priyanka Shrivastava Assistant Professor BE(Biomedical) ME (EXTC) - 9 -  
Prof. Harish Ojha Assistant Professor BE (Biomedical) MTech (ETRX) - 9 - -
Prof. Komal Lawand Assistant Professor BE (Biomedical) ME (Instrument)


8 1 -
Prof. Prachi Mujawar Assistant Professor BE (Biomedical) ME (Instrumentation)


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The laboratories of the Biomedical Engineering department allows faculty and students to transcend traditional academic exploration and focus on advanced materials, bioengineering, imaging, networks, and nanotechnology. Students and faculty work in collaboration to study the scientific understanding of how the world works and discover new technologies that can directly benefit human health.


Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory


Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory focuses on basic training and handling of Biomedical Instruments.

Unique Feature

Technological information displayed on basics as well as recent developments in the area of Biomedical Instrumentation in the lab.

Major Instruments

Automatic Blood Pressure measurement, Pacemaker, Artificial Hemodialysis Machine.

Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory


Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory focuses on the   demonstration of different parts and systems of human body.

Unique Feature

The different physiological systems are displayed in the form of posters.

Major Instruments

Human Skeleton and Models of Physiological Systems.

Project Laboratory


The Project Laboratory focuses on development of mini      projects and final year student’s projects.

Unique Feature

Poster display on technical topics, which were presented in International/ National Conferences.

Major Instruments

Microcontroller Simulation Kits, Computers equipped with the simulation software like MultiSim and Proteus, CROs and DSOs.

Biomedical Simulation Laboratory Scope

The Biomedical Simulation Laboratory focuses on simulation.

Unique Feature

Laboratory has User Manual for MATLAB and information about the other softwares.

Major Instruments

Computers equipped with the MATLAB simulation software.

Biomedical Engineering Society of India (BMESI) – VIT Chapter and Biomedical Students Association (BMSA) - VIT Chapter "IMPULSE-2018" on 24th March, 2018.

  1. Hands on Workshop on Electrosurgical Unit by Mr. Ketan Bait and Mr. Hrishikesh Nigudkar.
  2. Panel on ‘Bridging the Gap’ by Mr. Aaditya Masurekar, Ms. Nimisha Kantharia, Mr.Jitendra Toravi and Mr. Jay Bhatt.
  3. Future in Biomedical Engineering by Ms. Smriti Vishwanath and Mr. Uddipta Paul.