“The objective of the course is to integrate technology with medical sciences to encourage synergy between engineering and medicine to evolve a development of prototypes of various medical devices as well as the betterment of medical diagnosis, research, treatment, and support system,” says USN Murty, director, NIPER Guwahati.
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“The course offers students access to career options, such as research and development in medical devices, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology industry and help initiate startup companies in various sectors of Medical Devices,” says Shashi Bala Singh, director, NIPER Hyderabad.
The medical gadgets business in India consists of multinationals in addition to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that are rising at an unprecedented scale. The present market dimension of this business is estimated to be US$11 billion, which is anticipated to attain US$50 billion by 2025. “A task force on medical devices was formed to initiate the process of implementing its various recommendations such as separating medical devices from the definition of ‘drugs’, and allowing 100% FDI in the sector,” adds Murty, who believes that Make in India and organising of medical waste parks by the federal government will increase this sector.
“The course is designed to contain topics related to Human Biology, Chemistry, Medical Instrumentation, Medical Imaging, Biomedical Instrumentation, application of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Devices, CAD-CAM, clinical science, and engineering which are essential for developing Medical Devices,” says Singh. In this course, college students are educated in such a means in order that they will discover options to the issue in the healthcare business; it provides them sensible data in the above-talked about topics.
“Students are taught Medical Imaging and Instrumentation; Advanced Biomaterials; Regulatory Perspectives of Medical Devices; Bio-statistics, Computer Application in Biomedical Engineering; Biological System Analysis and Control etc. in the first semester,” says Akshay Srivastava, affiliate professor,NIPER Ahmedabad. “In the second semester Bioelectricity and Instrumentation; Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine: Basics and Applications; Nanomaterials and Bionanotechnology; Medical Devices: Production innovation & development; Testing and Analysis, Mathematical Methods in Biomedical Engineering; Logistics & distribution; quality control; etc are taught,” adds Srivastava. It additionally incorporates one-yr undertaking work geared toward growing prototypes of numerous Medical Devices.
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Candidates graduated in Biomedical, Biotechnology, Electrical, Chemical, Mechanical engineering, Design or Material Science,BPharma/MBBS/BDS/BVSc or related topic areas with legitimate GPAT/GATE/NET rating are eligible to apply for admission. Candidates holding BVSc, MBBS, BDS diploma, overseas nationals, sponsored candidate from public/personal sector enterprise, authorities departments in addition to R&D organisations needn’t have GPAT/GATE/NET rating.
Medical Devices candidates are employed in areas pertaining to Biological Sciences, Medical Sciences and Engineering Sciences, for growing merchandise and gadgets for analysis and remedy.
“R&D, pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industry, academic and research organisations are prominent areas where these experts are getting employed after completion of the course,” says Murty. “Entrepreneurs, venture capital firms, hospitals, diagnostic labs and other health care facilities are some of the key areas where these experts can explore job and business opportunities,” says Srivastava.
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