The department of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Electronics, Paavai Engineering College organized inauguration of Bio-Med Club & online seminar on “Career in Hospital Management” on 01st September 2021. Ms. Sandra Elizabeth, Final Year B.E/Biomedical Engineering delivered the welcome address.
Dr.M.Premkumar, Principal, Paavai Engineering College, motivated the students to actively participate in club activities and explained how to involve in different activities to enhance the career development.
Dr.K.K.Ramasamy, Director admin, Paavai Engineering College, insisted the students to proper utilization digital resource available and enrich the soft skill and technical skill continuously. Ms.Naveena Evangeline, third year B.E/Biomedical Engineering introduced the chief guest. Mr. Baradwaj Malepati, Head of operation & Patient experience in star hospital, Hyderabad. During the session, he explained about the career in hospital management and it comprises of hospital managements, diagnostics, medical devices, clinical trials, outsourcing, telemedicine, medical tourism and health care insurance.. he discussed GDP raise in Indian health care industries and various initiative of government such as national digital health mission, unique health identification, Ayushman bharath,etc.
He also delivered the importance higher education and scope available for the hospital administration. To make the students understand better, the presentation barely had any technical terms and was explained well with many examples. The session was very interactive and multiple questions were presented giving everyone a chance to think including the speaker. This session is very useful for our students to familiarize the functional/operational aspects of hospital managements. The students felt very enlightened and are eager for another guest session, since these sessions give students a chance to get acquainted with the buzz going around in the corporate world. At last, the vote of thanks was proposed by Ms. Vasunthera.V, Final Year B.E/ Medical Electronics Totally 140 persons were benefitted from this program.