Engineering field has so many branches and Biomedical Engineering is one of them which is related to study of Medical techniques. In this field, students learn about medical equipments, their manufacturing, functions, diagnostics devices, etc.
The Diploma course deals with basic details like correlation between Biology and Medicine, Theories and health care. They also learn about machines and devises used in medical field.
Diploma in Biomedical Engineering is open for all 10th passed students. Students who are having keen interest in medical field are the bet suitable candidates for this course.
The duration is 3 years which is divided into 6 semesters, each of 6 months. Candidates are supposed to clear every semester separately.
This duration may vary is a candidate is having prior experience or knowledge of the field.
Further study options
After Diploma, if a candidate finds this field very interesting and is willing to go further in the same direction, he or she may pursue graduation and then post graduation is Biomedical Engineering.
Both B.Sc. as well as B.Tech. Course lines are option for such candidates. Having higher degree always results in having higher knowledge and better skills which eventually helps to get better job afterwards.
Biomedical Engineers are in great demand not only in India but also in other countries. They can have opportunities in Hospitals as technologist, in medical institutions and labs.
They can also choose to have career in forms manufacturing medical devices, equipments, etc.
They have a role to develop or improve the devices, to manage the handling and maintenance of equipments.
The sector which attracts the candidates is research and development sector where they are allowed to design new devices with additional features. Many government agencies in India are supporting and funding such researches.
In corporate sector, the main companies having Research and Development sectors are Wipro Medicals, Siemens, BPL, etc.
The main designations which are offered to Biomedical engineers are Biomechanics Engineers, Clinical Engineers, Research Scientists, Technical Writers and Bio-instrumentation Engineers.
Being a technical degree, it includes theoretical as well as practical sessions and students require to attend both of them.
The overall grading depends upon the understanding of the subjects as well as the grip over practical applications.
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