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B.Tech in Biomedical Engineering
The increasing demand for Biomedical Engineers is linked to society’s general shift towards everyday
Utilization of machinery and technology in all aspects of life. The combination of engineering principles with biological knowledge to address medical needs has contributed to the development of revolutionary and life-saving concepts such as: Artificial organs, surgical robots, advanced prosthetics, new pharmaceutical drugs and Kidney dialysis. Biomedical Engineering is a broad field with different areas of focus, and the exact nature of the work you can find yourself doing will vary depending on the specifics of your role. A few examples of some of the subdivisions of Biomedical Engineering include: Biomedical Electronics, Biomaterials, Computational Biology, Cellular, Tissue and Genetic Engineering, Medical Imaging, Orthopaedic Bioengineering, Bio nanotechnology.
Minimum 60% marks in PCM/PCB in XIIth with minimum 40%ile or upto 5 Lakh rank in JEE Mains
Min. 60% marks in PCM/PCB in class XIIth (for Merit based admission)
A biomedical engineer is employed in a hospital and medical firms to design systems and products and provides technical support for biomedical equipment. They also help in creating artificial organs and devices that replace body parts and machines to solve medical problems.
Scope of Biomedical Engineering in India:
- After doing Biomedical Engineering, you can be employed in some MNC's as Sales, Service and Application Specialists.
- You can work as a Research Engineer as well in some OEM Manufacturing Companies
- You can work as a Biomedical Engineer in the Hospitals
- You can be a Biomedical Entrepreneur, Biomedical Engineering offers the best scope for the same among any other branch of engineering
- You can pursue MBA in Hospital management or Hospital Administration and become a Hospital manager in which you control all the aspects of hospitals