ICBS Faculty

Department of Biomedical Engineering

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Department of Biomedical engineering technology has the following educational objectives:
1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.


2. An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

3. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

4. An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.

5. An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

6. An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.

7. An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

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Mission Statement

ICBS strives to produce Bioengineering students that become leaders in the fields of biomaterials, biomechanics and prosthetics, tissue engineering, molecular modeling, imaging, bioinformatics, nanomedicine, synthetic biology, and drug delivery by:

  • Providing a rigorous curriculum where multidisciplinary engineering fields are combined to provide undergraduates with a breadth of understanding
  • Supplying students with the resources for undergraduate research and internships to experience real-world training relating to the curriculum
  • Fostering an environment where ethical, economic, and societal constraints are realized and professionalism is emphasized

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Admission Criteria

The minimum criteria for admission as per NTC for Mechanical Engineering Technology Program.
50% marks in F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering) or Equivalent Qualification A-level / ICS / DAE / B.Sc. (Excluding sports and Hafiz-e-Quran) Qualifying the Entry Test
The Induction Weightage is 70% weightage to F. Sc. Or Equivalent / ICS / DAE / B.Sc. 30% to Entry Test. The student should have at least 50% overall adjusted admission marks computed from above ratios. Equivalence of the Examination passed by the candidate shall be determined by Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) and eligibility by the concerned HEI.

Program Offered

B.Sc BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

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SCHEME OF STUDIES

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Year 1

Semester -I

Code Course Credit Hours
FC/Phy-101 Applied Physics 3 (2+1)
FC/CS-105 Computing Fundamentals 3 (2+1)
FC/Chem-101 Applied Chemistry 3 (2+1)
FC/Bio -101 FC/Math-107 Basic Biology/ Basic Mathematics 3 (2+1) 3(3+0)
CC/Isl-101 CC/Phil-101 Islamic Education/ Ethics 2(2+0) 2(2+0)
CC/Eng-201 Communication Skills 3 (3+0)
Total Credit Hours 17
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Year 1

Semester -II

Code Course Credit Hours
Maj/BMT-101 Biomedical Circuits Technology 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-102 Human Physiology & Anatomy 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-103 Bio-Electronics Technology 4 (2+2)
FC/Math-101 Applied Mathematics 1 3 (3+0)
CC/PS-101 Pak Studies 2 (3+0)
Total Credit Hours 17
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Year 2

Semester -III

Code Course Credit Hours
FC/Math-102 Applied Mathematics 2 3 (3+0)
Maj/BMT-201 Digital Systems Technology 4 (2+2)
Maj/Chem-201 Biochemistry 4 (2+2)
Maj/Stat-201 Biostatistics 3 (3+0)
Maj/BMT-202 Biomaterials 4 (2+2)
Total Credit Hours 18
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Year 2

Semester -IV

Code Course Credit Hours
Maj/BMT-203 Biomechanics 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-204 Introduction to Cell Biology 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-205 Electromechanical Technology 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-206 Microcontrollers in Biomedical Applications 4 (2+2)
Total Credit Hours 16
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Year 3

Semester -V

Code Course Credit Hours
Maj/BMT-301 Prosthetics & Implants Technology 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-302 Bioinstrumentation-I 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-303 Introduction to Signals & Systems 3 (3+0)
Maj/BMT-304 Workshop Practice 2 (0+2)
Maj/BMT-305  Entrepreneurship and Business Management 3 (3+0)
Maj/BMT-306 Technical Drawing 2 (0+2)
Total Credit Hours 18
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Year 3

Semester -VI

Code Course Credit Hours
Maj/BMT-307 Bioinstrumentation-II 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-308 Health Care Management 3 (3+0)
Maj/BMT-309 Biomedical Imaging Techniques 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-310 Industrial Biotechnology 4 (2+2)
Maj/BMT-311 Project-Based Learning Module 3 (0+3)
Total Credit Hours 18
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Year 4

Semester -VII

Code Course Credit Hours
Ind.T/BMT-401 Supervised Industrial Training 16 Weeks Supervised Industrial / Field Training (8x5=40 Hrs/Week) 16 (0+16)
Total Credit Hours 16
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Year 4

Semester -VIII

Code Course Credit Hours
Ind.T/BMT/401 Supervised Industrial Training 16 Weeks Supervised Industrial / Field Training (8x5=40 Hrs/Week) 16 (0+16)
Total Credit Hours 16
Total Hours: 17+17+15+18+18+16+16+16=133 CR

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