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Future in Biomedical Engineering after Bachelor’s in Instrumentation!

Biomedical Engineering mainly focuses on measuring, evaluating, and treating biological systems while using devices and mechanics to resolve them.

Biomedical Engineering

It is an upcoming cure for treating diseases and creating a bridge between the engineering and medical field. It is a revolutionary change in 15-20 years that supports the patients to get recover from the sickness.

If we try to correlate this stream with our daily workout, then the sensor-based smartphone and watches are capable of monitoring our heartbeat and blood pressure and are capable of tracking our daily routine, so all these are possible due to Biometrics which again a device developed by biomedical instrumentation.

Now, if we look upon the current usage of this field, and then these are the following platforms to be useful for.

  • Fitness Tracker
  • Biomedical Optics
  • Genetic Testing
  • Drug manufacturing/aiding machines
  • Agriculture
  • Botany

Now, what are the career paths you can precede in this particular field, i.e. biomedical engineering?

               1. M.Tech from the Biomedical engineering branch is an option for getting further study and specialization in it.

There are three major monitoring fields in which biomedical engineers can step forward and seeks improvement. Firstly, healthcare diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy.  Each field requires proper emanation through Biomedical Engineering programs.  It also helps in combining the design and problem-solving skills in engineering and medicine. The course comprises of bioelectronics, biomaterials, biomechanics, bioinformatics, nano-biological sciences, and clinical engineering.

And M.Tech covers certain relative subjects under degree, namely Applied Mathematics for Electronics engineers, biomedical sensors and Instrumentation anatomy and Physiology, Biomechanics and Rehabilitation engineering.

The colleges which provide M.Tech in Biomedical Engineering are-

Biomedical Engineering

The M.Tech holders can apply for these particular employment areas-

  • Hospitals
  • Diagnostic Centers
  • Research and Development Centers
  • Manufacturing Companies
  • Quality Control and Testing Dept.
  • Marketing Departments
  • Teaching/Research Centre

M.Tech. Bio-Medical Engineering job types they can apply for-

  • Biomedical Officer
  • Packaging Engineer
  • Applied Mechanics Engineer
  • Engineering Technician
  • Research Assistant
  • Lecturer/Professor

Advance Course in M.Tech. Bio-Medical Engineering available is-

  • Ph.D. (Biomedical Engineering)

M.Sc. from Biomedical engineering branch-

The course is completed in 1-2 years in a regular mode. If the candidate pursued his/her course without thesis then the degree will be completed in 1 year and if the student chooses for thesis submission too then it will take 2 years of a regular period.

The eligibility criteria for the selection for M.Sc. in biomedical engineering branch are that the student must have completed their 12th with the subjects’ mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. He/she should also have obtained 50% of aggregate in their Bachelor’s degree.

While applying for M.Sc. the student must have good knowledge of communication skills and written skills. And, for better analysis, the candidate must have critical thinking about the situation.

Graduates from M.Sc. who have qualified from Biomedical engineering have many forms of future options that are surrounding medicine, diagnostic centers, Marketing, Research and development, and many more.

The colleges which provide a degree in M.Sc. Biomedical engineering is-

  • Indian Institute of Technology, IIT, Madras
  • Lovely Professional University, Punjab
  • MIT College of Engineering, Pune
  • Karpaga Vinyaga College of Engineering and Technology, Tamil Nadu
  • Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan

Some of the entrance examinations held for M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering are as follows:

  • JEE Advanced 2020- Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam 2020
  • UPSEE 2020– Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Test
  • JCECE 2020– Jharkhand Common Entrance Competitive Exam
  • BCECE– Bihar Common Entrance Competitive Exam

The candidate can apply in this program both online as well as the offline basis.

The career aspect that can be achieved by completing the degree is project manager, project specialist, healthcare manager, packaging engineer, biomedical officer, and many more.

There are more specific job opportunities that one can pursue that are-

Manufacturing Engineer

They are responsible for developing and designing medical products. They are also included in the manufacturing of medical instruments, imaging devices, prosthetics, etc.

Quality Engineer-

They carry the examining position where they examine medical products after being manufactured to check their standards and specifications. They also offer suggestions in modifications when necessary.

Software Engineer

They focus on the creation and development of software programs that are used in medical applications. This software allows modifying and manipulating the data recorded by other medical devices.

Physician-

Lots of people can pursue a medical school after completing their degree in biomedical engineering which may further lead to be a doctor for diagnoses and treat illnesses.

I hope this blog may help you to clear certain doubts and also gather some new information.

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