M.Tech Biomedical Engineering

M.Tech or Masters in Biomedical Engineering is a two year course for the development of research and academic skills in Biomedical Engineers
Age Limit:

First class (55% for SC/ST)i) B.Tech/B.E. in Biomedical, Chemical, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgy and Materials Science, Telecommunications Engineering and Engineering Physics. or

ii) M.Sc. or equivalent in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Ceramics, Chemistry, Electronics, Ergonomics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Molecular Biology, Physics and Physiology; or

iii) MBBS or

iv) M. Pharm or

v) B.V.Sc., B.D.S and B.Pharm degree (Duration 4 years or more)and Valid GATE score in any discipline for engineering and science graduates, or AIIMS / All India MCI/JIPMER/PGI Chandigarh/AFMCPune/ DNB Part I national level medical postgraduate entrance

examinations or GATE Life Sciences examination for medical ad biological sciences. All India level


D.S / M.V.Sc. Selection examination for B.V.Sc., B.D.S and B.Pharm. Eligibility/rank certificates are required for all such entrance examinations.

Biomedical Engineering is one of the youngest disciplines in engineering and has made tremendous progress in the last 4 decades. This has been aided by rapid advancements in Semiconductor Technology, Information Technology, and Biotechnology. In the field of Biomedical Engineering, researchers with expertise in diverse areas work towards the unified goal of creating products and techniques for better healthcare.
Further, the students admitted to the programme have backgrounds in Engineering, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences and Medicine, making it the only program in the country to offer M.Tech. admissions to such an unique mix of candidates. The creation of a heterogeneous class composition promotes interaction between students and faculty of different backgrounds and provides opportunities for research in exciting interdisciplinary areas.

LIST of Biomedical Colleges is here

You can read more about Biomedical Engineering over here