MTech Program

MTech Program

Over the first two semesters, M.Tech students are required to do substantial amount of course work to complement their undergraduate or masters level education. the third semester is devoted mostly to M.Tech projects although there are some courses to be taken during that period. The fourth semester is fully devoted to completion of the project. The curriculum has been designed to provide all students with general background in Biomedical Engineering followed by more specific knowledge in area of choice. the former is achieved through core (for everyone) and compulsory (for students with particular background) courses in the first semester. Electives taken during the second and third semester provide specialized knowledge in the area of individual interest.

In first semester, students with backgrounds in life sciences and medicine are required to compulsory courses in mathematics, electronics circuits and instrumentation. Students with backgrounds in physical sciences and engineering take courses in physiology. All students are required to undergo a course on quantative and experimental methods in physiology.

In the second semester, all students have to go through a core course on Biostatistics and Design of Experiments. Students with backgrounds in physical sciences and engineering undergo a compulsory course in Clinical Physiology. The rest of the courses are electives which the students choose after consultation with the faculty advisor. In special cases electives can be taken from other departments in IIT as well. In addition all students start their M.Tech Project ( MTP ) and finish their first stage in the second semester itself.

In the third and final semester, the students are not required to take any courses and devote their time to the M.Tech Project.


Eligibility for Admission
First class or 60% marks (55% for SC/ST) in:
i) B.Tech./B.E. in Biomedical, Chemical, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunications, Instrumentation, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Metallurgy and Materials Science. OR
ii) M.Sc. or equivalent in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Ceramics, Chemistry, Electronics, Ergonomics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Molecular Biology, Physics and Physiology. OR
iii) M.B.B.S. OR

iv) M. Pharm. OR
v) B.Pharm., B.Ds, BVSc degree (duration 4 years and more)

Applicants desiring Institute financial support should have cleared GATE (for engineering and science graduates) or AIIMS/MCI/JIPMER/PGI-Chandigarh/AFMC-Pune, DNB Part I national level medical post graduate entrance examinations or GATE Life Sciences for Medical and Biological Sciences. Eligibility / rank certificates are required for all such entrance examinations. All India level pre-MDS/ MVSc selection examination for BVSc, BDS & B.Pharm candidates.

Written Test and Interview
Prospective candidates called for the interview will be required appear in a written test in the morning of the first day of the interview. The written examination, of 1 hours duration, will be conducted. The details are as follows:

For Candidates with a Medical / Pharmacy / Life Sciences background: Mathematics Test.

For Candidates with an Engineering / Physical Sciences background: Physiology Test.

For Candidates with Biomedical Engineering / B.Tech Biotech background: Mixed (Mathematics + Human Physiology) Test.

The syllabi for the tests will be in accordance with the 12th standard syllabi of CBSE.

Pattern of Test: Objective type as well as descriptive type questions may be asked.

FACULTY ADVISOR: Prof. P. Tayalia / R. Manchanda