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Biomedical Engineer Career Information

Difficulty choosing between Medicine and Engineering? Are you strong in both Biology as well as Maths and Physics? Why not combine the two of them?

Biomedical engineering is just right for you then……… Come, let's explore the plethora of opportunities in this field.

What a Biomedical Engineer does

Abilities & Traits Required


The best way to go about it would be to do your BE Biomedical Engineering. You can also do your BE Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Medical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Chemical Engineering and do a postgraduate course in Biomedical engineering.

You can also do this course after completing your graduation in Medical Electronics or Biotechnology. BE in other streams can opt for a postgraduate course in Medical Technology, which is also considered equivalent to a postgraduate course in Biomedical Engineering.

Alternatively you can pursue an MBBS degree and then go on to do a postgraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering/ Medical Engineering/Medical Technology.


• In companies manufacturing medical equipment- Rs 20,000 - 30,000 per month

• In private hospitals and clinics- Rs 15,000 -25,000 per month

• In research and teaching institutions - Rs 18,000 -25,000 per month

• In government agencies - Rs 16,000- 22,000 per month

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