Alumni Success Stories

Talented alumni from the Biomedical Engineering department have shared generously their career stories, including their career paths, resources and experiences that have influenced their employment choices; and details about their current positions since graduating from Vidyalankar Institute of Technology. The purpose of these profiles is to offer career insights to you from alumni who share the Vidyalankar experience and can offer a viewpoint into the multitude of career options one can pursue after graduation.

We proudly share their stories.

Alumni Success Stories

Sultan Khetani, 2010

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Organization: Bamm Labs, Harvard MIT Health Sciences and Technology

Job Title: Graduate Research

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Growth and Success Story

  • Master of Biomedical Engineering from SRM University

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering from Vidyalankar Institute of Technology.

  • Trainee Biomedical Engineer at Asian Heart Institute and Research Center.

  • Product Head of West India for Cranio Maxillo Facial implants of KLS Martin, Germany at Vishal Surgical Equipments Pvt. Co.

  • Currently working as Graduate Researcher at Bamm Labs, Harvard MIT Health Sciences and Technology. The major job responsibilities include fabrication in-vitro micro-fluidic devices for disease diagnosis and bio-sensing, handling blood samples and isolation of white blood cells and developing surface chemistry on different materials for capturing cells.

Message I would like to give to the students

Biomedical engineering students have a lot of scope in biomedical field after graduation. Campus placements are not the end of the world. Biomedical engineering is a vast field and there is a huge scope for the same. The only essential thing required is to explore and find your way. I was an average student during my BE course. However, I was always inclined towards my field, Biomedical. Today, I feel that I have moved a step ahead towards my dream. My research, on Fighting HIV/ADIS - A low cost flexible Microchip at Harvard Medical, won 1st prize at Bright Future Awards, 2014.


Alumni Success Stories

Gaurav Molankar, 2010

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Organization: Zimmer Medical Devices

Job Title: Senior Quality Engineer 1

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Growth and Success Story

  • Master of Science in Medical Devices and Diagnostic Engineering from University of Southern California.

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering from Vidyalankar Institute of Technology.

  • Completed Internship at Medirays Corporation Pvt. Ltd. where he worked on Refurbished Radiological Devices like X rays, and CT scans.

  • Service Engineer at Medion Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., which included major responsibilities such as servicing, maintenance and up-gradation of ultrasound imaging equipment including portable ultrasound equipment.

  • Completed Internship, at Caldera Medical, supporting the quality team with bench testing of surgical mesh, developing test reports, work instructions and working on CAPA projects.

  • Currently working as a Senior Quality Engineer at Zimmer responsible for assuring products conform to established requirements and standards per 21CFR820 (Quality Systems Regulations). The major job responsibilities are developing and implementing corrective actions and preventive actions (CAPA) to fix process and product non-conformances (NCR), supporting supplier verification activities to ensure conformance as part of the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)- quality team, investigating and analysing data for NCR, scrap and disposition of gauges, and periodic monitoring of validated processes.

Message I would like to give to the students

During my BE at Vidyalankar, I had a wonderful time of my life. We had excellent professors, infrastructure and facilities. I am proud to be a student of Vidyalankar Institute of Technology who groomed me in a way that helped me gain a place at a renowned industry in United States.


Alumni Success Stories

Renuka Sharma, 2010

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Organization: Yogi Kripa Medi Chem Pvt. Ltd.

Job Title: Product Development Manager

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Growth and Success Story

  • Master of Business Administration from SIES College of Management Studies.

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering from Vidyalankar Institute of Technology.

  • Trainee at Eclipse Instrumentation Pvt. Ltd.

  • Worked in the marketing department at Vidyalankar Group of Educational Institutes.

  • Summer Intern at Abbott.

  • Currently working as Product Development Manager at Yogikripa Medichem Group. The major job responsibilities are marketing Game Ready – Cold Compression Unit mostly used in sports rehabilitation, exploring all the activities to increase awareness regarding varicose veins and the need of compression stockings, creating awareness through social media related to healthcare, and working on new CSR activities in healthcare.

Message I would like to give to the students

Taking the following lines from the book "The Secret", this is what I truly believe in: "The universe likes speed. Don't delay. Don't second guess. Don't doubt. When the opportunity is there, when the impulse is there, when the intuitive nudge from within is there, just ACT. That's your job!" In this process you are bound to make mistakes but the most important thing is to learn from your mistakes. Life is too short; don't repeat the mistakes but you can make a new one! Explore all the opportunities even the tiniest one, it will surely have something for you. Don't have preconceived notions, always be open to learning!


Alumni Success Stories

Anoop Joy, 2010

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Organization: The Mathworks

Job Title: Quality Engineer

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Growth and Success Story

  • Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from University of Florida.

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering from Vidyalankar Institute of Technology.

  • Intern at Wockhardt Hospitals.

  • Junior Software Developer at University of Florida (CTRIP).

  • Currently working as a Quality Engineer at MathWorks as a part of MATLAB GUI Development team.

Message I would like to give to the students

I still vividly remember my first day in college. I was so excited to meet new people. It was a bit difficult at first to be with people I never knew. I didn't know how I had to behave just to fit in. But eventually, everything went smoothly. I met wonderful friends who are still my best buddies even till now. College is a training ground on how to be successful and become good people. So, my advice to all my friends at Vidyalankar, enjoy the time you have now. It is here at Vidyalankar, that you can make wonderful memories. Live it.