Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering is the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology. Biomedical engineering bridges the gap between engineering and medicine, seamlessly combining the design and problem-solving skills of engineering with medical and biological sciences in order to improve healthcare diagnosis, monitoring and therapy.

Biomedical Engineering education trains engineers who can analyse multidisciplinary problems from the engineering, biological and medical perspectives, in particular, the complications in working with living systems.

The Biomedical Engineering degree programme aims to produce engineers who can contribute back to society through innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership. Graduates will be equipped with a strong foundation suitable for a flexible range of careers across R&D, product design and manufacturing in the Biomedical engineering industries, Bio technology Industries, Health care sectors, Pharmaceutical Companies, Research Industries, Government agencies, Multispeciality Hospitals, Educational Institutions and Universities or for further education in India and Abroad.

Career Prospects

Biomedical engineering is one of the fastest growing fields in and around the world. India is deeply committed to establish many Bio medical industries, R&D centers, Health care Industries and Multispecialty Hospitals in South India.

Our graduates have been successfully selected their careers in Sethu Institute of Technology. Many of them are recruited by Bio medical start- up companies, MNCs, Biotechnology start-up companies, and numerous central government and state government agencies. Some have chosen foreign universities on Academia and pursue their Masters and PhD degrees.

Immediate Job Opportunities:

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Biomedical Engineers are in demand

In the world wide, Many Countries are seeing an increase in the demand for biomedical Engineering. Bio medical Engineers are needed to drive rapid innovations in the following life-saving and life-changing technologies

  1. 3D Printing
  2. Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)
  3. Cochlear implants
  4. Devices to treat that sleep apnea
  5. Artificial Hearts
  6. Artificial Heart Lung Machine
  7. Artifical Organs
  8. Surgical devices
  9. Pacemakers
  10. EEGs
  11. Regenrative tissue growth
  12. Pharmaceutical drugs
  13. Kidney Dialysis
  14. Electron Microscope
  15. Automatic sugar, BP, Pulse, Heart rate Measurement devices
  16. Research activities in Corona (Covid 19)