The significant innovations in the medical field are making this field popular. Knowledge of science including mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology is needed. This includes learning engineering techniques that can improve the quality of healthcare, pharmaceutical and human life. Examples include artificial limbs, prosthetics, imaging machines and other medical devices. Biomedical engineers evaluate the effectiveness, safety, and efficiency of biomedical equipment. They are employed in public and corporate sectors, particularly in hospitals, clinics, and healthcare centre. As researchers with PhD, the job opportunities expand. The person can work as a patent analyst, clinic engineers, bio-instrumentation engineer, and a lot more. In the government sector, the biomedical engineer can start their career by earning Rs. 2 to 3 lacs per annum which in the private sector, it can go up to 4 lacs per annum.