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B.Tech Biomedical Engineering - PROSTHETICS

Program details

The B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) program offered by UPES School of Health Sciences & Technology is a cutting-edge and innovative course that focuses on the design, development, and implementation of advanced prosthetic devices and implants. This program aims to equip students with a strong foundation in engineering principles, anatomy, physiology, and bio-mechanics, enabling them to create and improve prosthetic solutions for individuals with limb loss, disabilities, or injuries.

Through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on experience, students will learn to analyze the unique needs of patients and develop personalized prosthetic solutions that closely mimic the form and function of natural body parts. The curriculum will cover a wide range of topics, including material science, biomechanics, robotics, computer-aided design (CAD), and human-machine interfaces.

By delving into the latest advancements in medical technology, students will be at the forefront of transforming healthcare and enhancing the quality of life for individuals in need of prosthetic interventions. Upon graduation, they will be well-prepared to pursue careers in the biomedical industry, research institutions, or healthcare organizations, where they can contribute to the development of life-changing prosthetic devices and implants. Overall, the B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) program at UPES School of Health Sciences & Technology offers a comprehensive education that combines engineering principles with medical sciences, enabling students to play a pivotal role in the field of healthcare and positively impact the lives of individuals with physical impairments.

Program Highlights

  • The B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) program runs in collaboration with GE Healthcare, providing students with real-world experience, access to industry expertise, and cutting-edge technology, enhancing their problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Students have access to advanced tools such as XRD, Potentiostat-Galvanostat, Thermo Mechanical Analyzer, Atomic Force Microscope, GC-MS, and Raman Scattering apparatus, enabling them to work at the forefront of scientific discovery.
  • Collaboration with industry facilitates networking, leading to internships, job opportunities, and valuable connections, making students more competitive in the job market.
  • The B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) program ensures that the curriculum remains relevant to current industry needs and practices, exposing students to the latest advancements and industry challenges.
  • Students have the opportunity to work on cutting-edge research projects, contributing to advancements in biomedical engineering and making a positive impact on healthcare and technology.
  • Rigorous project work and internships with GE Healthcare provide students with practical experience, enhancing their project management skills and preparing them for successful careers.

The future scope for B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) program is highly promising, driven by continuous technological advancements and innovations in the field of prosthetics. The program holds immense potential in improving the quality of life for individuals with limb loss or impairment. Some key industry trends include advancements in prosthetic materials, sensor technology, and myoelectric prosthetics for intuitive control. Additionally, bionic limbs and neural interfaces allow for a more natural connection between the user and the prosthetic limb. Customization through 3D printing, osseointegration, and implantable prosthetics provide enhanced functionality and stability. Prosthetics with multiple functionalities, mind-controlled prosthetics, and sensory feedback are also gaining momentum. Ongoing research aims to increase durability, accessibility, and affordability while incorporating virtual reality, AI, and robotics. Furthermore, regenerative medicine and tissue engineering may lead to the development of biohybrid prosthetics. As technology continues to evolve, the future of B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) is set to revolutionize the prosthetics field, offering more personalized and seamlessly integrated solutions for individuals with limb loss or impairment.

Career Opportunities

Completing the B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) program at UPES School of Health Sciences & Technology opens up promising career opportunities in the rapidly evolving field of prosthetics and medical device industries. Graduates are equipped with specialized skills to design, develop, and maintain advanced prosthetic devices, creating life-changing solutions for individuals with limb disabilities. They can pursue rewarding roles as Prosthetics Engineers, Biomedical Engineers, Research Scientists, or Product Development Managers in leading healthcare institutions, medical equipment manufacturers, research organizations, and government agencies. Moreover, they may explore entrepreneurial ventures in the burgeoning prosthetics market, driving innovation and improving the quality of life for countless people worldwide.


The B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) program at UPES School of Health Sciences & Technology offers exceptional placement opportunities to its graduates. With a strong focus on practical skills and cutting-edge research, students are well-prepared for the industry. The program equips students with the expertise to design, develop, and implement advanced prosthetic technologies, making them highly sought-after professionals in the healthcare sector. UPES's strong industry connections ensure that students have access to top-notch companies and organizations for placements. As a result, graduates from this program have an excellent track record of securing lucrative positions in reputed companies, reaffirming UPES's reputation as a premier institution for biomedical engineering education and job placements.

Fee Structure

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Semester 1

Chemistry 2114
Physics 2114
Mathematics I2103
Anatomy and Physiology2114
Software system foundation1113
Living Conversations2  2
Environment Sustainability & 
Climate Change
2  2
TOTAL   20

Semester 2

Mathematics II1103
Basic Electrical and Electronics 
Workshop Practices1012
Engineering Graphics1012
Engineering Thermodynamics2103
Introduction to Biomedical 1113
Data structure in Biomedical 
Critical Thinking and Writing2  2
Environment Sustainibility & 
Climate Change (Living Lab)
2  2
Social Internship   0
TOTAL   23

Semester 3

Cell Biology2114
Microbiology & Microbial Tech 2013
Molecular Biology and Genetics2114
Exploratory 1   3
Design Thinking2  2
TOTAL   21

Semester 4

Bionics and Microprocessor & Lab1012
Elements of Design1102
Heat and Mass Transfer2013
GE Module on Medical Devices
and Ultrasound*
Bioinformatics & Computational Biology2013
Exploratory 23  3
Working With Data2  2
EDGE-SoftSkills   0
Government/NGO/Startup Internship0  0
TOTAL   20

Semester 5

Biosensors and Diagnostics & Lab2114
Regnerative Technologies & 
Artificial organs & Lab
Fundamentals of Robotics & Lab1012
GE Module on X-Ray and CT*2103
Project I 0011
EDGE – Advance Communication   0
Leadership & Teamwork2 02
Program Elective - I2103
Exploratory 33003
TOTAL   20

Semester 6

Artificial Intelligence and Machine 
Learning & Lab
Biomaterials & Lab2114
GE Module on MRI and Leadership 
& Development*
Project II 0011
Program Elective - II2103
Exploratory 42103
Start your Start-up2 02
EDGE – Advance Communication II   0
Summer Industrial Internship0000
TOTAL   20

Semester 7

Biomedical transport1102
Data Visualization2103
Signal and Image processing 2002
Project III0033
Program Elective - III2103
Program Elective - IV2103
Exploratory 50003
Summer Internship Presentation0011
TOTAL   20

Semester 8

Ethics, Regulations and IPR2103
GMP and GLP1102
Program Elective - V2103
Project IV0099
Seminar presentation0000
Exploratory 63003
TOTAL   20


Interested students must meet the minimum eligibility criteria for B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) as stated below: Minimum 50% Marks at X & XII with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Math’s, and English as a Major Subject in XII.

Selection Criteria

The selection criteria for students who wish to pursue B.Tech. Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics) at UPES depend on the individual's performance in UPESEAT / JEE Mains / Board Merit / SAT/ CUET.

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