Staff Development Program

Staff Development Program at Rajalakshmi Engineering College

The department of mechanical engineering of Rajalakshmi Engineering College organised a two – week AICTE – sponsored staff development program on Industrial Robotics Technology, Programming and Applications between 13th December 2010 and 27th December 2011.

This event was designed for the benefit of faculty members from various engineering colleges and research scholars.

A cluster of eminent professionals from industries, academicians from reputed institutions and consultants gave lectures during the program.

This workshop presented all traditional and non – traditional methods of robot kinematics.

Challenges faced and the possible opportunities were covered. Details on


Biomedical Engineering

Opportunities galore for Biomedical Engineering Students

Students of biomedical engineering should invent medicines for killer diseases , K.R. Radhakrishnan, Professor and Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Rajalakshmi Engineering College Chennai said here on Monday.

Inaugurating the two – day national – level workshop on “Novel Innovations in Biomedical Engineering” organised by the Students’ Chapter of the Indian Society for Technical Education and Department of Biomedical Engineering, Mr. Radhakrishnan called upon the students to spend their energy in inventing new medicines.

Besides this, students were asked to be aware of the latest developments in the field of biomedical engineering.

Multinational Companies are investing in large scale all over the world for manufacturing life – saving medicines. Hence, the opportunities for the Biomedical Engineering graduates are bright.

Students should make use of the available opportunity in a right way and at the right time.

Biomedical Engineering stream came into being 15 years ago, after a prolonged debate among the experts in the field of Medical and Engineering departments, he adds.

Presiding over the inaugural session Dr. G. Ranganath, Principal, Adhyamaan Engineering College said the Biomedical Engineering course was started at the college during the academic year 2003-2004 with the student strength of 30. Now it has been raised to 60.


Since introduction, the course has got tremendous response from the students. Many students were placed in MNCs even before completion of their degrees.

Alumnus of the college, Radha Nila and Sathish Kumar of Biomedical Engineering, had won the best student award at national-level.

Dr. S. Siddagandaiah, HOD, Department of Biomedical Engineering, explained about the workshop.

Prof. J. Arivudainambi, Faculty Advisor, Adhyamaan Engineering College welcomed the gathering.


Experts in biomedical field will deliver lectures at the workshop.

About 200 students from 25 colleges in neighbouring Karnataka, Maharashtra and within the State have registered for the workshop.

Barathiraja, Coordinator, ISTE Students’ Chapter proposed the vote of thanks.


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