Sanjana V

PSG College of Technology - Biomedical Engineering

Short Bio:

Sanjana V is an ambitious and down to earth person. She is hard-working and puts genuine effort in accomplishing her goals. The highest strength that she possess is that she is disciplined and this will help her to reach great heights in life. She is mostly seen to be calm and has inquiry skills which will help her to gain more knowledge

College Info:

PSG College of Technology is an autonomous, government aided, private engineering college in Coimbatore, India. It is affiliated with Anna University. It is affiliated to PSG & Sons Charities Trust. PSG Industrial institute was established in 1926 by PSG and Sons Charities in Peelamedu, Coimbatore. The engineering college was started in the institute campus in 1951 by G. R. Damodaran, who became its first principal. The college was conferred autonomous status by University of Madras in 1978, which was continued by the Bharathiar University and subsequently by Anna University since 2001. About 48 full-time and part-time programs in science, engineering and management at undergraduate and postgraduate levels by the 11 engineering and technology, computer applications, management sciences, basic sciences and humanities departments. The institute offers three 5-year integrated sandwich engineering courses which combines class room coaching with industrial training, one of the few in the country to offer such a course. Among the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered by the college, many are accredited by the National Board of Accreditation of the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). Being autonomous, the college frames its own curricula, updates syllabus, introduces new courses and is empowered to administer its own evaluation system. Since 1960, PSG College of Technology has been publishing the “PSG Design Data Book”, the engineering Data hand book, used throughout the country by engineers and students.

Course Info:

Biomedical engineering is an evolving discipline that draws collaboration among engineers, physicians, and scientists to provide interdisciplinary insight into medical and biological problems and focuses on the advances that improve human health and health care at all levels. The undergraduate curriculum of the biomedical engineering programme established in the year 2006 is augmented with engineering and biomedical subjects such as engineering mathematics, mechanics, biomaterials, electronic engineering, engineering design and human anatomy, physiology and neuroscience.