Electronics and Biomedical Engineering


The Department of Electronics & Biomedical Engineering at Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology, established in 2021, is the only self-financing college in Kerala to offer an engineering course in Electronics & Biomedical Engineering under APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University. The program imparts knowledge in fundamental and diverse areas, including Electronic Circuits, Biomedical Instrumentation, Modeling of Physiological Systems, Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, Neural Networks, VLSI, Biosensors and Transducers, Digital System Design, Embedded System Design, Deep Learning, Medical Robotics, IoT in Medical Applications, Hospital Engineering, and Medical Imaging Techniques such as CT, MRI, and Ultrasound. Students also have opportunities to undergo industrial-linked electives from major healthcare MNCs based on their choice. The department is well-equipped with standard test and measuring instruments, computing facilities, and clinical-grade medical instruments. With a perfect blend of theoretical and practical knowledge in electronics and medical technologies, students will develop the capability to solve challenges in healthcare.

We have established strong partnerships with leading industry players such as HORIBA India Pvt. Ltd. and the analytical instruments giant to facilitate internships, industry projects, and technology transfer in the electronics and biomedical sectors. These collaborations provide students with real-world experience and enhance their employability upon graduation. Additionally, several student organizations and clubs support electronics and biomedical engineering. These groups aim to promote leadership qualities, team spirit, and professional development by arranging various activities like workshops, seminars, and networking events.

Graduates from our department are well-equipped to pursue diverse career paths in industries such as healthcare, telemedicine, wearable electronics, clinical engineering, regulatory affairs, and AI in healthcare. They work as biomedical engineers, research scientists, consultants, and entrepreneurs, contributing to advanced technology and healthcare. We actively engage with the local community through outreach programs, workshops, and seminars aimed at STEM education and raising awareness about the role of electronics and biomedical engineering in improving quality of life and healthcare delivery.

The Electronics and Biomedical Engineering Department at ASIET is committed to excellence in education, research, and innovation. With world-class faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and strong industry partnerships, we strive to empower our students to become leaders and innovators in the dynamic fields of electronics and biomedical engineering. Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology in Kalady, Ernakulam, has been rated as one of the best engineering colleges in central Kerala. We welcome you to Adi Shankara.

Currently, we offer the following programs:

  • B.Tech Electronics & Biomedical  Engineering (Started in 2021) with a current intake of 60 students.



Evolve as a premier centre in Electronics and Biomedical Engineering to meet the ever increasing needs for affordable and accessible health care technology focusing on innovative thinking and skill enhancement.


1. Provide outcome based quality professional education at par with global standards in the field of Electronics and Biomedical Engineering with high calibre faculty and excellent infrastructure.

2. Foster a culture of multidisciplinary research, comprehensive practical learning, and generating pioneering innovations by collaborating with academia, industry and clinical experts.

3. Inspire biomedical engineers graduates to be responsible to address critical healthcare challenges with ethics, empathy and dedication for the betterment of mankind

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PSO1 :

Apply the concepts of life sciences, engineering and technology towards the design and development of  indigenous medical devices

PSO2 :

Demonstrate contemporary healthcare technological knowledge and skills in a multidisciplinary environment with ethics and professionalism

Programme Outcome (PO)

PO1. Engineering knowledge :

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2. Problem analysis :

Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3. Design/development of solutions :

Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems :

Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5. Modern tool usage:

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6. The engineer and society :

Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7. Environment and sustainability

Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8. Ethics :

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9. Individual and team work :

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10. Communication :

Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11. Project management and finance :

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12. Life-long learning :

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Course Outcome

Faculty Details
Medical Electronics lab
Biomedical Signal Processing Lab
Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
Microcontrollers and Applications Lab
Electronic Devices and Circuits lab
Logic Circuits and Design Lab
Centre of Excellence for In-Vitro Diagnostic Instrumentation - HORIBA India Technical Institute
Electronics and Biomedical Engineering









Research areas

1 . Dr. Remya George, Associate Professor, Dept. EBE

Organizations involved: Govt. Engineering College, Thrissur; Kerala Police Academy, Thrissur; Jubilee Mission Medical College and Research Institute, Thrissur

Area of Expertise: Biosignal processing and modeling, Statistical Methods, Personalized Healthcare

Research Interest: Modeling Heart Rate Variability signals using Neurophysiological models based on neurotransmitter kinetics; Early identification of maladaptive recruits for optimizing physical exercise training outcomes using physiological signals; Identification of optimal personality traits for high-stress jobs


2. Dr. Lakshmi M Hari,Assistant Professor, Dept. of EBE

Organizations involved: IIT Madras

Area of Expertise: Biosignal processing

Research Interest:Nonlinear analysis of EMG and Fatigue prediction


3. Ms Nimmi Vijayan ,Assistant  Professor, Dept. EBE

Organizations involved: Avinashilingam University, Coimatore.

Area of Expertise: Biomedical Image processing , AI/ML

Research Interest:  Automated diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder using Facial features in video signals


4. Dr. Surya D; Assistant Professor; Dept. EBE

Organizations involved: NIT Calicut

Area of Expertise: Biosignal processing and modeling, Neural network

Research Interest:  Complex network analysis and modelling of mild cognitively impaired Alzheimer’s disease; Analysis of Simultaneous EEG and fMRI data for assessing the functional connectivity alterations in Brain


5. Name of researcher: Dr. Silpa P A; Assistant Professor; Dept. EBE

Organizations involved: Karunya University

Area of Expertise: Graphene products, Bio 3D Printing, Biophotonics and Nanotechnology, Telemedicine

Research Interest: Graphene optical data storage using Nanoholes; PCB-based electrode biosensor using graphene nano ink; Biocompatible bioink formulations suitable for Bio 3D printing; Portable biophotonics-based system for the rapid and sensitive detection of E. coli; 3D printing of microfluidic Chips; Portable telemedicine system based on Raspberry Pi


6. Ms. Tresa Joseph ; Assistant Professor; Dept. EBE

Organizations involved: National Institute of Technology (NITC) Calicut

Area of Expertise: Low-Power VLSI, Medical Instrumentation, Biomedical signal processing

Research Interest: Hardware Implementation of Neural Networks for Edge AI Medical Applications; Custom FPGA/ASIC Development for biomedical/general applications; Assistive embedded device for Elderly or Paediatric care



7. Mr. Shinu MM ; Assistant Professor; Dept. EBE

Organizations involved: Karunya University

Area of Expertise: Biomedical Image processing

Research Interest:Enhancing Multiple Myeloma Detection through Hybrid Deep Learning Techniques for Microscopic Image Analysis.


8. Mr. Aswin Raj V ; Assistant Professor; Dept. EBE

Organizations involved: APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University

Area of Expertise:  Bio- signal processing and Machine learning

Research Interest: Detection of Epilepsy using High Frequency Oscillations in EEG signals.



















MAY 2024





Bio Quiz

The BioQuiz Competition, held on May 10th, 2024, was an engaging and intellectually stimulating event organized in collaboration with the Electronics & Biomedical Engineering Students Association Of ASIET (EBSAA) and the Bio-Medical Engineering Society of India (BMESI).Participants from diverse backgrounds showcased their expertise, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills across various realms of biology. The competition provided a platform for enthusiasts to test their knowledge and connect with like-minded individuals. With attractive prizes on offer, the event attracted a wide range of participants eager to explore the wonders of biological sciences. Through stimulating rounds and challenges, participants delved into topics spanning molecular biology, ecology, and beyond, making the BioQuiz Competition a memorable celebration of scientific inquiry and discovery.

Tech talk

On May 9th, 2024, Mr. Sujith S., Founder & CEO, of Eightwe Digital Transformations, and Ms. Bhavana P., Co-Founder & CEO, of Eightwe Digital Transformations led a dynamic tech talk titled "Healthcare Market: Essential AI Skills for Tomorrow's Innovators." This engaging session delved into the intersection of healthcare and artificial intelligence, highlighting the indispensable skills needed to drive innovation in the industry. Attendees gained valuable insights into leveraging AI technologies to address complex challenges in healthcare delivery, diagnosis, and treatment. Mr. Sujith and Ms. Bhavana expertly navigated discussions on the evolving landscape of healthcare and underscored the critical role of AI proficiency in shaping the future of healthcare innovation.


On May 08, 2024, the University of Kent conducted an interaction regarding higher study options abroad. Students from CSE and EBE participated.











APRIL 2024

Inauguration of the Centre of Excellence in In Vitro Diagnostic Instruments And MoU signing

On April 17, 2024, an auspicious occasion unfolded at ASIET Kalady with the inauguration of the Centre of Excellence in In Vitro Diagnostic Instruments, graciously sponsored by Horiba India Technical Institute. The event, held on the 3rd floor TBI, commenced with a solemn prayer followed by a warm welcome address by Dr. M. S. Murali, the Principal of ASIET, Kalady. The atmosphere was charged with anticipation as Sri. K. Anand, Managing Trustee of Adi Sankara Trust, delivered the presidential address, setting the tone for the day's proceedings. The highlight of the morning was the inauguration and inaugural address by Dr. Rajeev Gautam, Corporate Officer of HORIBA, Ltd., and President of HORIBA India Pvt. Ltd. This significant moment took place in the Corporate Boardroom, symbolizing the partnership between academia and industry in advancing diagnostic technologies. The atmosphere was charged with anticipation as Sri. K. Anand, Managing Trustee of Adi Sankara Trust, delivered the presidential address, setting the tone for the day's proceedings. The highlight of the morning was the inauguration and inaugural address by Dr. Rajeev Gautam, Corporate Officer of HORIBA, Ltd., and President of HORIBA India Pvt. Ltd. This significant moment took place in the Corporate Boardroom, symbolizing the partnership between academia and industry in advancing diagnostic technologies. Following the inauguration, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed, marking a formal commitment to collaboration and excellence in the field of in vitro diagnostics. The program then transitioned to the Main Seminar Hall, where Dr. Rajeev Gautam addressed the student community, imparting valuable insights and inspiring the next generation of biomedical engineers. The event also featured felicitation ceremonies, honoring distinguished individuals who have made significant contributions to the field. Dr. Sreepriya S., Dean of Research at ASIET Kalady, Dr. Pushkar Admane, Head of Scientific at the International Training Center and Horiba Experience Zone, and Mr. Sreenath G, Senior Manager at ASIET Kalady, were recognized for their exemplary dedication and leadership. As the morning drew to a close, Dr. Remya George, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Electronics and Biomedical Engineering at ASIET Kalady, extended a heartfelt vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all participants and organizers for their efforts in making the event a resounding success. The day's events culminated in a press meet held in the Corporate Boardroom, providing an opportunity to share the significance of the Centre of Excellence with a wider audience. A luncheon followed, fostering camaraderie and continued discussions on the future of in vitro diagnostic instruments.

Expert talk

On April 4, 2024, an expert talk titled "Introduction to Telehealth and Opportunities for Biomedical Engineers" was held for faculty and students (EBE). The session aimed to shed light on the evolving landscape of telehealth and its potential applications within the realm of biomedical engineering. The resource person for this enlightening session was Gayatri V, a Telehealth Integration Specialist from GranTeq Pvt Ltd. With her extensive expertise in telehealth technologies and their integration into healthcare systems, Gayatri provided invaluable insights into the current trends, challenges, and opportunities in the field. During the talk, participants had the opportunity to explore the various facets of telehealth, including remote patient monitoring, virtual consultations, and telemedicine platforms. Gayatri also discussed the role of biomedical engineers in leveraging telehealth technologies to enhance healthcare delivery, improve patient outcomes, and address healthcare disparities. Through engaging discussions and real-world examples, the session offered attendees a deeper understanding of the intersection between telehealth and biomedical engineering, inspiring them to explore new avenues for research, innovation, and professional development in this rapidly evolving field.









MARCH 2024

Mini Hospital

From February 29 to March 2, 2024, students of Biomedical Engineering at ASIET showcased their innovation and dedication through the creation of a mini hospital as part of "Brahma," an exhibition highlighting cutting-edge projects. This unique exhibition provided visitors with a glimpse into the future of healthcare as envisioned by these talented students. In addition to the mini hospital, an exciting augmented reality experience was also available for students to immerse themselves in. This interactive component allowed participants to explore and interact with simulated medical scenarios, enhancing their understanding of biomedical concepts in a dynamic and engaging way. The event served as a testament to the ingenuity and creativity of the students, as well as their commitment to advancing the field of biomedical engineering. It provided a platform for collaboration, learning, and inspiration, leaving a lasting impact on all who attended.

Invited talk

On March 16, 2024, an enlightening session on research perspectives and higher studies was conducted at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of North Texas. Dr. Vijay Vidhtyanadhan, the esteemed founder chair of the department, led the session. With a wealth of experience and expertise in the field, Dr. Vidhtyanadhan shared valuable insights and guidance with both faculty members and students (EBE). The session served as a platform for discussing the latest advancements in biomedical engineering research and exploring opportunities for further studies in the field. Dr. Vidhtyanadhan's leadership and knowledge undoubtedly inspired all participants, fostering a spirit of academic excellence and innovation within the department.


















Industrial visit

From 24-Feb-2024 to 26-Feb-2024, S6 (EBE) students went on an industrial visit to Mysuru, Karnataka, focusing primarily on the exploration of the Skanray Technologies medical equipment manufacturing facility. The purpose of the visit was to gain practical knowledge about the advanced technology used in the manufacture of medical devices. The visit provided the participants with first-hand exposure to the operations, technologies, and infrastructure of a significant technology in biomedical engineering.

Industrial visit

On 21-Feb-2024, S2 students went on an industrial visit to Vagamon, Kerala, focusing primarily on the exploration of the Malankara Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) facility. The purpose of the visit was to gain insights into the operations and management of the power generation and distribution processes in the region. The visit provided the participants with first-hand exposure to the operations, technologies, and infrastructure of a significant power generation facility in Kerala.


The Department of Electronics and Biomedical Engineering at ASIET, in partnership with EBSAA (Electronics and Biomedical Students' Association) and BMESI (Biomedical Engineering Society of India), curated an engaging one-day workshop, "3D Printing Workshop - Experience the Next Dimension for a Day," tailored for S6 (EBE) students on February 23, 2024. The workshop, steered by Mr. Sandeep O S, Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering department at ASIET, offered participants a unique opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of 3D printing technology. Through hands-on experiences and insightful guidance, attendees explored the intricacies of 3D printing, unlocking the potential of this cutting-edge technology. The collaborative effort of the department, student associations, and Mr. Sandeep O S ensured a dynamic learning experience, bridging theoretical knowledge with practical applications and fostering a spirit of innovation within the ASIET community.


The Department of Electronics and Biomedical Engineering at ASIET, in collaboration with EBSAA and BMESI, orchestrated a dynamic one-day workshop titled "Arduino Craft: Mastering the Code" for S4 (EBE) students on February 23, 2024. The workshop, guided by the expertise of Mr. Shinu MM, Assistant Professor at ASIET, aimed to empower participants with essential skills in programming and utilizing Arduino technology. Through hands-on activities and insightful guidance, attendees delved into the intricacies of Arduino coding, gaining practical knowledge that bridges theoretical concepts with real-world applications. The collaborative efforts of the department, student associations, and Mr. Shinu MM ensured a successful event that not only enriched the participants' understanding of Arduino but also fostered a vibrant learning community within the ASIET academic landscape.


The Department of Electronics and Biomedical Engineering at ASIET, in association with EBSAA (Electronics and Biomedical Students' Association) and BMESI (Biomedical Engineering Society of India), successfully organized a one-day workshop titled "Unlock LaTex" for the S6 (EBE) students on 22nd February 2024. The workshop aimed to introduce the participants to LaTex, a typesetting system commonly used for the production of scientific and mathematical documents. The sessions were designed to provide a hands-on learning experience for beginners, equipping them with essential skills to effectively use LaTex for academic and research purposes. The workshop was conducted by esteemed faculty members from the Department of Electronics and Biomedical Engineering:Ms. Shilpa P.A, Assistant Professor, EBE, ASIET and Ms. Tresa Joseph, Assistant Professor, EBE, ASIET

BMESI student chapter inauguration

The inauguration of the BMESI Student Chapter at our institution marked a significant milestone as we embraced the theme "Transforming Challenges to Breakthroughs." The event, held on February 3, 2024, in the Seminar Hall, witnessed active participation from both faculty and students (EBE). We were honored to have Dr. Muralidhar Bairy G, Joint Secretary of BMESI, India, and Professor and HOD of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), as our esteemed Chief Guest. Additionally, Mr. Edmond Paul, Managing Director of Praxia Health, Kochi, and GM Biomedical and Corporate Procurement at Wockhardt Hospital Ltd., graced the occasion as the Guest of Honour. Following the inauguration, our distinguished guests delivered insightful expert talks, sharing their experiences and knowledge with the audience. This event served as a platform to unite the biomedical engineering community, providing inspiration and valuable insights into overcoming challenges and achieving breakthroughs in our academic and professional pursuits.

Training Program

The Biomedical Engineering Department, in collaboration with EBSAA, successfully organized a hands-on training program on “Electronic Product Building” for S4 students (EBE) from February 5 to February 7, 2024. The program was skillfully led by Mr. Antu Dominic, an expert from TrueTek World. Participants immersed themselves in practical sessions, learning the intricacies of electronic product development and assembly. Mr. Dominic provided valuable insights into the latest technologies, fostering a deep understanding of the process from conceptualization to building functional electronic products. The interactive nature of the program allowed students to actively engage with the material, gaining hands-on experience and valuable skills in electronic product building. The event was a resounding success, contributing significantly to the practical knowledge and skill development of the participating students.

Training Program

The Biomedical Engineering Department, in collaboration with EBSAA, conducted a hands-on training program on Embedded Electronics for S6 students (EBE) from February 1 to February 3, 2024. The program was led by Mr. Antu Dominic, an expert from TrueTek World. Participants delved into practical applications of Embedded Electronics, gaining valuable insights into the latest technologies and industry trends. Through interactive sessions and hands-on exercises, students had the opportunity to enhance their skills and apply theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios. The training program proved to be a dynamic and engaging experience, empowering students with practical expertise in Embedded Electronics.



The Biomedical Engineering Department successfully conducted a highly informative Faculty Development Program (FDP) on January 30, 2024, focusing on "Best Practices in Medical Device Quality and Regulatory." Attended by S4 and S6 students, the session featured Ms. Honey Thomas, an esteemed Associate Scientific Writer, as the resource person. Ms. Thomas shared invaluable insights into current medical device regulations and best practices for ensuring quality. The interactive discussion allowed students to engage directly with the expert, fostering a deeper understanding of the critical role of quality and regulatory compliance in the biomedical field. The event was a resounding success, providing students with practical knowledge and enhancing their awareness of industry standards.


Invited talk

An interactive session on job opportunities for Biomedical engineers was conducted on 15-10-2023 by Ms Jibi Krishna K G, M Engg -  Medical Technology Design (pursuing), Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University, USA.



A group of application specialist engineers, marketing engineers and service engineers along with Head of Horiba’s International training center Nagpur visited the campus and conducted one day hands on training on selected clinical analyzers for S5 EBE students on 6/10/ 2023.




An MoU was signed with the Indian Biomedical Skills Consortium and Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology on September 15, 2023. Additionally, an invited talk was conducted by Mr. Nitturi Nareash Kumar, Scientist D at Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone Limited in Visakhapatnam.

Invited talk

An invited talk on biomedical engineering and potential areas of Development for S1 and S5 EBE students was conducted on 5-9-2023 by Mr. Jibin Jose, Assistant Professor, Sahrdaya College of Engineering & Technology.

Invited talk

An invited talk on “Crafting competent engineers for better healthcare technology” was conducted by Mr. Nitturi Nareash Kumar, Scientist D at Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone Limited in Visakhapatnam on 15/09/ 2023.


A five day workshop on Arduino and Raspberry Pi  was conducted from 11.09.23 to 15.09.23 for S3 students.







A five day workshop program in Python for Bio Signal  & Medical Image Processing was conducted from 07. 08.2023 to 11.08.2023 for S5 students.

Invited Talk

Invited talk is conducted on the topic Career pathways for biomedical engineers, by Mrs.Schleshin Molly David,Sr. Biomedical Engineer,Soma Technologyinternational incorporated

MAY 2023

Industrial Visit

The S2, EBE students of Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering & Technology, accompanied by Prof.Nimmi Vijayan and Prof. Arya C V, at Malankara Hydro electric power station on 19.05.2023

APRIL 2023

Brahma' 23

National-level techno-cultural festival held at Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kalady, over three days from March 30th to April 1st. The festival boasted a diverse range of over 45 cultural programs and 70+ technical events, workshops, and proshows



Add On course

5 days Add on course based on biomedical instrumentation by Atheena Pandyan and team ,conducted for S4 students  






Upanayana' 22

A Community Inception Ceremony of Parents & Students of our 22nd batch of B. Tech and the 13th batch of M. Tech was organized on 16-12-22.

Aswamedha '22

The technical event of ASIET, Ashwamedha-22, took place on 22-12-2022. In connection with this event, CSE and CSE-AI students organized several technical events which enabled students to interact, network, and demonstrate their skills.

NOVEMBER 2022                        ,

EBSAA Inauguration

Electronics and Biomedical Student Association of Adishankara, inauguration and logo launch


Induction Program

Induction program for CSE 2022 -2026 batch was conducted from 26th Oct to 29th Oct

Prof. Lakashmi M hari of EBE department successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled " ANALYSIS OF FATIGUING CONTRACTIONS IN BICEPS BRACHII MUSCLE USING TIME FREQUENCY DECOMPOSED SURFACE EMG SIGNALS " and earned PhD from IIT Madras under the guidance of Prof. S . Ramakrishnan.

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