Department of Medical Electronics has been NBA accredited for a period of 3 years from 18.12.2018 to 30.06.2021. Heartiest congratulations to the staff and students of Medical Electronics department


To develop an excellent centre of progressive quality learning, applied & translational research through inventive collaborations and sustainable solutions to address healthcare related societal challenges


  • By creating a conducive atmosphere for continuous learning through increased participation of students and faculty in various academic activities
  • By achieving needful and relevant healthcare solutions through quality education and research
  • By imparting education in the path of ethical and social responsibilities, to work effectively with diverse groups for the benefit of the society
  • PSO

    Program Specific Outcomes

    Graduates will be able to
    • PSO 1: Apply the knowledge of electronics for solving diverse problems of Medical Instrumentation
    • PSO 2: Analyse and implement different techniques in Medical Image and Signal Processing domains catering to Design, Research and Development
    • PSO 3: Provide sustainable solutions in health care and its allied fields by imbibing managerial and techno-social values.
  • PEO

    Program Education Objectives

    Graduates will be able to
    • PEO 1: Apply knowledge of Medical Electronics to excel in their profession
    • PEO 2: Practice engineering to analyse problems and find solutions in allied domains using multidisciplinary approach
    • PEO 3: Disseminate professional skills for ethical and societal responsibilities
    • PEO 4: Engage in lifelong learning and contribute in the field of engineering research

From the HOD's Desk:

Department of Medical Electronics has been playing a vital role in producing technologists of leading talents ever since it was established in the year 1996. The Department has applied engineering principles to address medical and biological problems. Over the years the Department has become one of the best Departments in the university.

Professor & HOD,
Department of Medical Electronics
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Phone : +91-80-42161733



TECHFEST, VISION 2030 is a platform to create and encourage science – based solutions for the benefit of mankind and society at large; to create a world which is prosperous and healthy, where governance is responsive, transparent and corruption – free, a world where poverty has been totally eradicated, illiteracy removed and crime against women and children eliminated.

Two day workshop on Artificial Intelligence :

A two-day "workshop on Artificial Intelligence" was organized by the department of Medical Electronics on 26th and 27th of October, 2017 in association with Zeke Labs, Bengaluru. The workshop focussed on the basics of Python programming, machine learning and hands on experience in image recognition, recommendation systems and natural language processing.

Hackathon on IOT system for rural healthcare

A "Hackathon on IOT system for rural healthcare" was jointly organized by the departments of CSE, ECE, Medical Electronics and Centre for Advanced Healthcare, DSU on 13.11.2017. The participants were expected to design solutions for rural healthcare problems using the sensors provided. Mr.Vinayak and team of 3rd year, Medical Electronics won the first place in the Hackathon.

Participation in Poster presentation contest:

Students of the department of Medical Electronics participated in a poster presentation contest "TechnoAyurveda" based on conceptual designs of various aspects of Ayurveda at "Ayurveda Parva", A National festival on health awareness through Ayurveda organized by Ministry of AYUSH and All India Ayurveda Congress in association with Sri Sri College of Ayurvedic Sciences and Research Hospital, Bangalore and Sri SriTattva held on 16.2.2018. The students designed posters depicting possible engineering interventions for problems in diagnosis and therapy using Ayurveda.

Industrial visit to Wipro GE Healthcare :

An industrial visit to Wipro GE Healthcare, JFWTC Campus was organized for the final year students of Medical Electronics followed by a one week "Biomedical training program" at GE Healthcare. Students underwent a practical training course on patient monitors, ventilators and ultrasound imaging along with group activities for enhancing leadership skills.


  • An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to VTU, Approved by AICTE & UGC

  • Accredited by NBA & NAAC with 'A' grade.

Contact Info

  • Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Shavige Malleshwara Hills, Kumarswamy Layout, Bangalore - 78

  • +91-80-42161750+91-80-42161751
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