THIS IS THE QUESTION I WOULD LIKE TO ASK EVERY MANAGEMENT OF THE ENGINEERING COLLEGES IN INDIA
THEY OPEN UP THE BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING BRANCH WITH KEEN INTEREST BUT THEY NEVER FOLLOW UP BY PROVIDING GOOD LABS TO BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS
THERE ARE NO BOOKS IN LIBRARY IF THERE ARE BOOKS THEN THERE NUMBER IS QUITE LESS . THE STUDENTS WHO ARE QUICK-WIT TAKE UP ALL THE BOOKS N OTHER SEE THERE FACES ,THIS SHOULDN’T BE THERE AS ALL PAY EQUAL FEES STILL THERE ARE NO BIOMEDICAL BOOKS IN LIBRARY
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I AM WRITING THIS POST AS I FEEL THAT STUDENTS MUST ME MADE AWARE ABOUT THE FACT THAT PAPER PRESENTATIONS & ATTENDING SEMINARS IS NOT JUST THE THINGS THAT MAKE AN ENGINEER
Now days there is a craze among the students that they are going to present a paper or they are attending a seminar but all this they are doing just to gain certificates which they can show in their placement interviews.
Students participate in a blind race in which they are not gaining any thing just a piece of paper.
This is a preview of PAPER PRESENTATIONS & SEMINARS GIVE NOTHING EXCEPT CERTIFICATES (comments are invited). Read the full post (560 words, estimated 2:14 mins reading time)
Recently, I got news from resources that health-care servicing companies are interested in in-campus placements of students and they are picking up students.
The proof to this news is that all students of a biomedical engineering college in chennai , rajlakshmi college of engineering got all its final year students placed in core biomedical company & even some students got more then one company along-with the R & D jobs for some good students.
This information gives the encouragement which is well needed for a biomedical engineer who is in penultimate year of engineering
This is a preview of BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS GETTING IN CAMPUS PLACEMNETS IN CORE COMPANIES-TIMES ARE CHANGING. Read the full post (224 words, estimated 54 secs reading time)
Biomedical engineering training is the most crucial part of his/her life
This is because of the fact that there are no laboratories in the colleges so the students have to look out through the market,industry for getting the best practical knowledge as an engineer
This article is not about criticizing it is about what steps to be implemented to get the best out of what you have.
First of all you should convince yourself that whatever training you are doing is best among your fellow classmates and you would be learning something
This is a preview of HOW TO GET GOOD TRAINING IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING? 5 STEPS GUIDE. Read the full post (701 words, 1 image, estimated 2:48 mins reading time)
I wrote a part of it earlier in the blog as written below if you have not read that you can read it from below given link
Now the story continues from where I left
Now as if a student has entered the second year of biomedical engineering , he/she realizes the fact that ” they are on such a island where there are no basic resources like books,notes,guidance etc . They have to do that on their own and it is the most difficult thing for a indian school bred student who has had a habit of cramming the lecture notes given by the student
This is a preview of HOW A BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER DEVELOPS IN INDIA ? PART 2. Read the full post (347 words, estimated 1:23 mins reading time)