Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

About the Department

The Department of Biomedical Engineering was established in the year 2018 with an intake of 60 students. At Excel Group Institutions, Biomedical Engineering Programme was formed with the primary objective of providing world class education in the field of Healthcare, while addressing the problems of Etiology and Epidemiology. Right from its inception, the department has been thriving with excellent infrastructural facilities for the following 3 core competency areas in Biomedical Engineering:

  1. Biosensors, Biomedical Instrumentation, Bio-signal Interpretation /Analysis and Computing Work group
  2. Biomechanics, Prosthetics and Rehabilitation Work Group
  3. Biochemistry, Microbiology, Clinical Studies and Cell/Tissue Engineering Work Group

These 3 Work groups require the involvement of both the faculty team and the aspiring professional students to meet the growing demands of the medical industry. The department imparts world class training, research and provides state-of-the-art healthcare solutions enhanced through computing facilities to the students. The department offers excellent academic environment with a team of highly qualified faculty to inspire the students and to develop their technical skills and inculcate a spirit of team work in them. The strength of the department lies in the practical tasks-oriented learning, the highly motivated students who understand the dynamics of the healthcare industry and tune their skills accordingly to serve humanity and society.

HOD’s Message

Department Stats

Course Duration

04 Years

Semesters

08

Point of Contact

Head of the Department

Placement Coordinator

biotech

Dr. B. Balasubramanian,

Professor and Head

Educational Qualification : ME, Ph.D
Teaching Experience         : 14 Years, 8 Months
Industry Experience          : 10 Years, 7 Months

Welcome to the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at Excel Engineering College [EEC] under the umbrella of Sri Rangasamy Educational Trust, Excel Group of Institutions Founded in AY2018.We are a diverse, fast-growing community of faculty, with professional researchers, 240 under graduate students. Together with our dedicated and hard-working staff, including management support our educational and research missions, we are focused with practical oriented learning approach and tackling problems at the intersection of engineering, biology and medicine, with the goal of improving people’s health while driving the economic growth of our region, state and the nation.

Engineering aspirants you join us as a student will be contributing to our research and educational mission, which is to “Do Engineering, being human in inspiring minds to Advance Human Health.” This mission is well integrated within and supported by our technical team and biomedical device companies. Our RABBIT [Rejuvenate Applications in Biomedical Based Innovative Technology] BME association activities includes strong backup through biomedical academics and industry leaders, who help us fulfil this mission while providing guidance, advocacy and a broad perspective. Our department has strong ties to the Technical & Professional bodies of Engineering & Medicine, with many of our faculty members holding joint appointments or collaborating with clinicians to translate their technologies from the laboratory to the bedside.

I invite you to explore the rest of our department website and learn more about our degree programs, research opportunities and accomplishments, and our talented faculty. I also invite you to visit us on the beautiful 100 acres EXCEL campus or engage with us in other meaningful ways.

Vision & Mission

Our Vision

To excel in biomedical engineering ensuring quality education, health service delivery and research for the benefit of the society to meet global challenges in healthcare domain.

Our Mission

• To achieve academic distinction by providing quality technical education in healthcare to the students in achieving professional goals including higher education ambitions.
• To endorse and inculcate a practically oriented approach towards learning with research culture and innovation to address the great challenges in Biomedical engineering.
• To promote entrepreneurial initiatives among the stakeholders in healthcare sector.
• To productively opine and create an ambiance to solve healthcare problems in satisfying societal desires

Programs Outcomes & Objective

Program Outcome describe the knowledge, skills and attitudes the students should have at the end of a four year engineering program.

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling of complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. 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.
  7. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions to societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering 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.
  12. Lifelong learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes are statements that describe what the graduates of a specific engineering program should be able to do.

  1. To create, select and apply appropriate biomedical techniques, resources, modern bioengineering and ICT tools including prediction and modelling to complex bioengineering activities with an understanding of ethical values.
  2. To manage complex healthcare projects with consideration of the human, financial, ethical and environmental factors and an understanding of risk management processes, operational and medical as well as ethical factors.

List of Laboratory

Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
Biochemistry Laboratory
Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory
Pathology and Microbiology Laboratory
Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory
Bio-signal / Image Analysis Laboratory
Medical Data Analytics Laboratory
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Laboratory
Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory
Medical Device Development and Product Development Centre
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning facilities in Healthcare sector
Digital Transformations in Healthcare Project accommodations

Additional Labs for Advanced Learning

Centre of Excellence for Biosensors and BioMEMS – Texas Instruments
Centre of Excellence for Big Data in Health care [Routine Health Information System-RHIS]

Value Added Courses

Industry Tie-ups

S.No.Name of the IndustryPurpose
1Skanray Technologies Private Limited, Mysore, KarantakaMedical Devices Quality Assurance and Standards – Industrial Visit
2Waxwing Medical Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore / CoimbatoreProject, Placement, Internship
3Xfinito Biodesigns, BangaloreInternship and Projects
4Curneu MedTech Innovation, Chennai / CoimbatoreInterns & Professional Bioengineers Recruit
5KPI Healthcare India Private Limited, Kerala, IndiaUltrasound Imaging Project, Placement, Internship, Industrial Visit
6Indian Biomedical Skill Consortium – Force Biomedical Network, Andhra PradeshPlacement training, Internship, Skill development
7Healthcare Technology InnovationCentre [HTIC]ChennaiInternship and Healthcare Projects
8ICTACT Academy, ChennaiStudent and Faculty development programmes
9Gleneagles Global Health City, Perumbakkam, ChennaiHospital Training
10Staan Bio Med Engineering Private Limited,CoimbatoreProject, Placement, Internship, Industrial Visit
11Maxlife Health Enterprises Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru, KarnatakaMedical disposables &equipment’s,Industrial Visit
12Harvey Biomedical, BangaloreBiomedical Training & Development Academy
13Dr. Muthu’s Hospital, CoimbatoreProsthetics, Ortho implants Training
14Biocon Limited, BangaloreIndustrial Visit
15Operon Biotech and Healthcare, BangaloreIndustrial Visit and Invitro Diagnostics Training
16Tbs India Telematic and Biomedical Services Private Limited, BangaloreTelemedicine Training
17Haliburg Biomedical Private Limited, BangaloreInternship and Projects
18Trivitron Healthcare, ChennaiPlacements
19SCHILLER Healthcare India Pvt, PondicherryPlacements
20Canon Medical Systems (Erbis Engineering Co Ltd), ChennaiPlacements
21Vitalmed Solutions and Services Private Limited, ChennaiPlacements
22Carl Zeiss India Pte. Ltd, ChennaiOphthalmology Equipment’s

Department Activities

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Activity for Academic Year Jan 2023 – March 2023

S.NoDateTitle of ProgramName of The Chief GuestProgram CoordinatorNo of Students /staff Attended
105.01.2023MATLAB ON RAMP MATLAB & Simulink ToolDr. B. BalasubramanianMrs. Geetha and Mrs. Rokini65
207.01.2023Design/coding contestDr. B. BalasubramanianMrs. Geetha and Ms. Jini Thomas120
313.01.2023Pongal CelebrationAll Department Faculty MembersAll Department Student 

163

418.01.2023Industrial VisitPasteur Institute of IndiaDr. B. Balasubramanian and Dr. Saroj Kumar Sah

And Mrs. Santhya

65
520.01.2023Skill development- Non teachingDr. B. BalasubramanianMrs. K. Rokini04
620.01.2023Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose JayanthiDr. B. BalasubramanianDr. Saroj Kumar Sah58
723.01.2023National Voters DayDr. B. BalasubramanianDr. Saroj Kumar Sah46
802.2.2023IOT-for heath care Application (value added)Dr. G PrakshDr. B. Balasubramanian and Dr. Saroj Kumar Sah65
914.02.2023World Food Day (Fireless  cooking)Mr. K. Raja, Food TechnologyMrs. Santhya and Jini Thomas17
1024.02.2023Seminar on Early Stage EntrepreneursMr. K. Manoj Kumar, Business school, Excel Eng.Mrs. Lavanya162
1116.3.2023National Vaccination DaySr. R. Suguna, BNYS,Dr. B. Balasubramanian and Dr. Saroj Kumar Sah73
41225.03.2023Technical Talk showDr. N. Sreeram., Ramaih Institute of Technology, BangloreDr. B. Balasubramanian

Mrs. Santhya

120
531.3.2023Tech FestMr. V. Chandran, senior Associate a data science Enterprise Building solution LLP, MaharastraDr. B. Balasubramanian and Dr. Saroj Kumar Sah122

World Heart day

We the department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College have conducted a Seminar on “Nutrient Diet to reduce the Heart Disease and Yoga Demonstration for Heart Health” on 27.09.2023(Wednesday) at 10.00 am-1.00 pm at Dr.A.P.J.Abdulkalam hall. The 10.00 – 11.30 am session was handled by Dr.S.Sivaraman; Associate Professor/BNYS, and 11.45 – 01.00 pm session was handled by Dr.G. Dhaya; Assistant Professor/BNYS.       

CANCER AWARNESS RALLY 23.09.2023 (Saturday)

We the department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College have conducted a CANCER AWARNESS RALLY 23.09.2023 (Saturday) at 10.30 am 12.30 pm .The started from Inspector Office to Sub Registrar office along with Rotaract Club members.120 students were participated in the Rally.

World Heart Awareness Day

Department of Biomedical Engineering organized awareness program on “World Heart Awareness Day on 29.09.2022 at Biomedical instrumentation lab.

National Vaccination Day

Department of Biomedical Engineering organized awareness program on National Vaccination Day”(vaccination and immunization) on 16.03.2023 at Dr.APJ Hall

Harnessing Smartphone Technology For Heart Rate Monitoring

We the department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College have organized BMESI Institutional Chapter Inauguration And Guest Lecture On “Harnessing Smartphone Technology For Heart Rate Monitoring” on 02.02.2024 (Friday) at 10.00 pm- 01.00 pm at Kandhasamy Hall.

Health care in resource constrained settings: perspective of wearable physiological monitoring system

Department of Biomedical Engineering organized technical talk show on “Health care in resource constrained settings: perspective of wearable physiological monitoring system” on 29.03.2023 at APJ hall.

Recent Advancement In Radiological Equipments

Department of Biomedical Engineering has organized “RABBIT” Association Inauguration Function and Industrial Guest Lecture on “Recent Advancement In Radiological Equipments” on 15.10.2022 at APJ Hall

Entrepreneur In Emerging Economics

Department of Biomedical Engineering was coordinated by Msr.G.Lavanya,AP /Biomedical Around 35 students were participated. Chief Guest Dr.S.Athenna milagi pandian delivered role of Entrepreneur In Emerging Economics and current opportunities to the participants.

Exploring AI-Infused Engineering in the Medical Realm

As a part of Biomedical Engineering Society of India (BMESI) professional society activities, we have conducted  a Speech contest: Infinite Possibilities: Exploring AI-Infused Engineering in the Medical Realm” on 16.03.2024 (Saturday) at 1.30 am-4.30 pm at Smart Room (MB313) at  Excel Engineering College.

Seminar on Strategies for Effective Idea Generation, Innovation and Commercialization andExploring the Neuro-Ophthalmological Spectrum: A Comprehensive Overview of Visual Pathway Disorders

We the department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College have conducted a Seminaron “Strategies form Effective Idea Generation, Innovation and Commercialization” on 13.10.2023(Friday) at 09.30am-1.30 pm at Dr.A.P.J.Abdulkalam hall. The session was handled by Dr.S.Lakshmana Prabu, Professor/Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Anna University.

Code and Crack- Matlab Coding Contest

We the department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College have organized a Matlab coding contest entitled “Code and Crack” on 23.09.2023 (Saturday) at 03.00pm to 4.00 pm at Biocomputing laboratory (MB107), Biomedical Engineering. Around 15 students from 3rd and 4th year of Biomedical engineering have participated in the contest and Vedhashini R- 21BM058  from 3rd year won first prize and Mugesh M20BM038  from 4th year won second prize.

Code and Crack- Matlab Coding Contest

We the department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College have organized a Matlab coding contest entitled “Code and Crack” on 23.09.2023 (Saturday) at 03.00pm to 4.00 pm at Biocomputing laboratory (MB107), Biomedical Engineering. Around 15 students from 3rd and 4th year of Biomedical engineering have participated in the contest and Vedhashini R- 21BM058  from 3rd year won first prize and Mugesh M20BM038  from 4th year won second prize.

Skill Development program for Non-teaching on “ Advance your skills with MATLAB ‘’

The Department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College, Komarapalayam has organized “Skill Development program for Non-teaching on “Advance your skills with MATLAB”” on 16.09.2023 at  Biocomputing laboratory  under the guidance of Dr. B. Balasubramanian, (Professor, Head /BME).

Mrs.K.Rokini,AP/BME, Mrs.Lavanya,AP/BME were resource persons during this session.

Biomedical Instrumentation

Department of Biomedical Engineering has organized “Skill Development program for Non-teaching on “Biomedical Instrumentation”” on 21.01.2023 at  MB013

Hands on training on AR/VR for Biomedical Applications

Department of Biomedical Engineering has organized “Hands on training on AR/VR for Biomedical Applications from 27.10.2022 to 29.10.2022 at APJ Hall.

National level technical fest – shukra 2023

Department of Biomedical Engineering has organized National level technical fest – shukra 2023 was started with common inaugural ceremony conducted at APJ ABDUL KALAAM

Field Visit

Department Of Biomedical Engineering association with  Institution Innovation Council  have organized “Field Visit” at Kongu Technology Business Incubation (TBI) on 21.02.2024 (Friday) at 10.00 pm- 01.00 pm at Kongu Engineering College,Perundurai.

Insdustrial visit. at Pasteur institute of India

Department of Biomedical Engineering has organized “Industrial visit. at Pasteur institute of India “on 20.01.2023(Friday).

Insdustrial visit. at Pasteur institute of India

Department of Biomedical Engineering has organized “insdustrial visit. at Pasteur institute of India “on 20.01.2023(Friday).

Management of ICU Equipment How to Prevent  Cardiac Disease

Department of Biomedical Engineering organized an Workshop on focusing on “Management of ICU Equipment How to Prevent  Cardiac Disease”. The event took place at the APJ Seminar Hall located in the Main Block.

Predictive Analysis Using Deep Networks

Department Of Biomedical Engineering have organized Workshop On “Predictive Analysis Using Deep Networks” on 04.03.2024 (Thursday) at 10.00 pm- 01.00 pm at APJ Seminar Hall.

MATLAB onramp-MATLAB & Simulink Tool Workshop

Department of Biomedical Engineering has organized “MATLAB onramp-MATLAB & Simulink Tool Workshop” on 07.01.2023 at Bio-computing laboratory

Teacher’s day celebration and Department Association (RABBIT) office bearers Introduction

We the department of Biomedical Engineering, Excel Engineering College have        organized “Teacher’s day celebration and Department Association (RABBIT) office bearers Introduction” on 05.09.2023 (Tuesday) at 02.00pm-04.45pm at APJ Abdul kalam Hall.

World Food Day

Department of Biomedical Engineering have celebrated “World Food Day” on 14.02.2023 (Tuesday) at ) at food technology.

Bioinformatics and its role in Biomedical Engineering

Department Of Biomedical Engineering College have organized MOU Signing &Industrial Guest Lecture On “Bioinformatics and its role in Biomedical Engineering” on 18.03.2024 (Monday) at 10.00 pm- 01.50 pm at APJ Seminar Hall. The Chief guest of the event was Dr. K. Venkataraman, Managing partner of Technical Biovision Medical Systems at, Chennai.

Mou With prashan medical technologies Coimbatore

Department Of Biomedical Engineering Signed Mou With prashan medical technologies Coimbatore. By signing this MoU, we opened up the Mutual Benefits on both sides like “Industrial Visit, Internship & Inplant Training, Guest lectures, Project work assistance, Research & Development and Placement assistance. The chief guest of the event was Mr. Boopathi Sakthivel, Founder, CEO, Prashan Medical by whom the Guest Lecture was handled.. Around 185 students of Biomedical Engineering department attended the event .

Mou With Indian Biomedical Skill Consortium (IBSC) Established By Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone (AMTZ)

Department Of Biomedical Engineering Signed Mou With Indian Biomedical Skill Consortium (IBSC) Established By Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone (AMTZ).

Placement Details

S.No

 

YearName of student placed  and contact detailsProgram graduated fromName of the  employer with contact detailsPay package at appointmenPhoto
12022-23DILIP KUMAR KB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
22022-23GAYATHIRI TB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
32022-23GOKUL KUMAR MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
42022-23HARSHINI SRI  SB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
52022-23JAYAVARTHINI MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
62022-23KRISHNAVENI SB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
72022-23 

MUHAMMAD NOUFAL

B.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
82022-23POOVIZHI TB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
92022-23SHARON SHAJI DOMINICB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
102022-23SHIVANI SB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGHEALTHWATCH TELEDIAGNOSTICS PRIVATE LIMITED2.76 LPA
112022-23CHANDAN KUMAR THAKURB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGEDU STATION3.5 LPA
122022-23ASHWINI RB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGDOMEX E DATA LTD, CHENNAI2.5 LPA
132022-23MUHAMMAD NOUFALB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGEDU STATION3.5 LPA
142022-23SHIVANI SB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGJILIBA SOFTWARE TECHNOGIES1.8 LPA
152022-23GOPIKA MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPEGATRON2 LPA
162022-23MONISHA NB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGFOCUS EDUMATICS2.52 LPA
172022-23SABITHA MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGFOCUS EDUMATICS2.52 LPA
182022-23VIJENDRA GOSWAMIB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGFOCUS EDUMATICS2.52 LPA
192022-23SRI KAVIN SB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGFOCUS EDUMATICS2.52 LPA
202022-23CHANDAN KUMAR THAKURB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGFOCUS EDUMATICS2.52 LPA
212022-23GAJENDRAN KB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGFOCUS EDUMATICS2.52 LPA
222022-23GUNASEKARAN EB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGTECH MAHINDRA ( BPO )1.44 LPA
232022-23SURENDAR GB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGTECH MAHINDRA ( BPO )1.44 LPA
242022-23GOPIKA MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGTECH MAHINDRA ( BPO )1.44 LPA
252022-23ANSHAD  PB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPULSUS HEALTHTECH LLP3 LPA
262022-23ASHWINI RB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPULSUS HEALTHTECH LLP3 LPA
272022-23SABITHA MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPULSUS HEALTHTECH LLP3 LPA
282022-23SRI KAVIN SB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPULSUS HEALTHTECH LLP3 LPA
292022-23SURENDAR GB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPULSUS HEALTHTECH LLP3 LPA
302022-23VIJENDRA GOSWAMIB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPULSUS HEALTHTECH LLP3 LPA
312022-23GOPIKA MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGEPISOURCE PVT LTD3 LPA
322022-23VIJENDRA GOSWAMIB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGEPISOURCE PVT LTD3 LPA
332022-23SABITHA .MB.E. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGEPISOURCE PVT LTD3 LPA

Faculty Details

B.E – Biomedical Engineering (UG)

S.No.Name of the FacultyDesignationQualificationDate of Join
1.       Dr. B. BALASUBRAMANIANProfessorPh.D18.02.2021
2.       Dr. G. PRAKASHProfessorPh.D01.02.2023
3.       Mrs. S. DEEPAAsst.ProfessorM.E11.02.2019
4.       Ms. JINI THOMASAsst.ProfessorM.TECH24.11.2021
5.Dr. SAROJ KUMAR SAHAsst.ProfessorPh.D07.03.2022
6.       Dr. R. GEETHAAsst.ProfessorPh.D21.04.2022
7.       Mrs. K. ROKINIAsst. ProfessorM.E02.05.2022
8.       Mrs. G. LAVANYAAsst. ProfessorM.E25.07.2022
9.       Mrs. R. SANTHIYAAsst. ProfessorM.E01.08.2022
10.   Mrs. T. SASIKALAAsst. ProfessorM.E10.08.2023

M.E – Biomedical Engineering (PG)

S.No.Name of the FacultyDesignationQualificationDate of Join
1.       Dr. K. BOMMANNA RAJAProfessorPh.D10.10.2019
2.       Dr. SATEESH REDDY AVUTUAssoc. ProfPh.D21.04.2022