To build a world-class center of progressive learning, applied & translational research through inventive collaborations and sustainable solutions to address healthcare related societal challenges./p>


  • To achieve globally relevant healthcare solutions through high quality education and research.
  • To impart education in the path of ethical and social responsibilities, to work effectively with diverse groups for the benefit of the society
  • To create a conducive atmosphere for continuous learning through increased participation of students and faculty in various academic activities.
  • PSO

    Program Specific Outcomes

    • Mathematics & Basic Sciences
    • The study of Mathematics and basic sciences facilitates the students to take up their careers in various engineering and science disciplines. Study of Mathematics also plays a major role in influencing the student to pursue higher studies by formulating real world problems using mathematical equations.
    • Basic Engineering Courses
    • Basic Engineering courses form the foundation stone in building a successful career in a global environment. These courses range from studying the design of basic instruments and circuits, stability analysis of systems, and operations on signals to studying about the maintenance of professional ethics and conserving the environment. The students would be able to learn to work in diversified conditions while maintaining an ethical responsibility
    • Professional Core
    • The professional core subjects form the heart of the Medical Electronics programme. Along with learning about the physiology and physics of the human body, the students learn to design biomedical instruments and acquire signals and images from the body and process them. Hospital visits and internships provide a very good practical exposure about the latest issues and trends in biomedical engineering. The design experiences in communication, DSP and Medical Electronics laboratories have proven to be very useful for students pursuing higher studies and to those taking up careers in Biomedical industries.
  • PEO

    Program Education Objectives

    • PEO 1: Graduates shall have successful careers in medical electronics engineering, lead & manage teams.
    • PEO 2: Graduates shall be professional in engineering practice and socially responsible.
    • PEO 3: Graduates shall be pursuing advanced education, research and engage in the process of life-long learning.
    • PEO 4: Graduates shall have successful career in healthcare solutions & emerge as an entrepreneurs to serve the society.

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.Department is located next to Sagar Hospital. It offers a centralized venue for engineers and clinicians to work together, to coordinate expertise, discoveries and best practices to enhance the diagnosis and treatment of a range of conditions. The DSI provides purpose built research laboratories, shared common support facilities, a core of securely funded staff, the latest equipments for research and development.

Professor & HOD,
Department of Medical Electronics



Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Bengaluru with the support of its Patrons, organized Second National Conference titled “Sustainable Emerging Intelligent Technologies” SEITCON-2017 from 26th to 28th May, 2017.


A two days workshop on computer programming using Python was organized by the Department of Medical Electronics, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Kumaraswamy Layout, Bengaluru on 20th - 21st March 2017.


The Vice President of ISOI, Dr. K. Rajan, graced the event with his presence. The event was also graced by the Principal of DSCE, Dr. C.P.S Prakash along with the faculty and students of Medical Electronics headed by, Dr. M. S. Nagananda. Dr. Rajan spoke of the opportunities that the students should tap into, under ISOI such as, the journals and various workshops organized.


IEDC had conducted an Entrepreneurship Awareness camp to the students of the Medical Electronics on 31st August, 1st Sep and 21st Sep 2016. This camp was sponsored by National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB).


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

Contact Info

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

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