Esha Singh
Esha Singh
Bio-Medical engineer, Life Science

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A proud biomedical engineer by choice. Feels great to be a biomedical engineer where technology meets human body. We live in a situation where people think that there are only two types of engineer, either mechanical or civil. And for a girl, we are not much supported to pursue something out of the box. However, my parents supported me to fulfill my dream to choose biomedical engineering and prove few people surrounding that there are many other engineers in this world of different kind. My aim was not only to be a biomedical engineer, but to achieve something which can bring change to normal living. My greatest achievement is innovating a device called Real Time Battery Charging System by human walking, which is solving and helping people to cope with the availability of power supply. This innovation got me fame all over by winning various competitions here and there. Not only this, many other innovations are in queue which will be beneficial for the mankind. All these things helped me to get the job in One of the Largest Multinational company . Along with that I am always eager to learn new things in the science market and contribute my knowledge to the world of innovation.
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Volunteer Opportunities
  • I am willing to be contacted by educators for possible speaking engagements in schools or in after school programs or summer camps.
  • I am willing to serve as a sponsor or coach for an engineering club or team.
  • I am willing to serve as science fair judge or other temporary volunteer at a local school.
Latest Questions
  • Skye, New York asked Esha Singh, Life Science

    Added Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 4:40 PM

    What thing have you done that made you most proud? How old where you when you know you wanted to be a bioengineer? When I'm older I really really wanna be a bio engineer and help injured people who just came out of wars or maybe help get homeless people off the streets. Anyway you inspire me thanks for being you. Skye PS. Where did you go to school and how long
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    Esha Singh, Life Science
    Answered Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 4:40 PM
    Hi Skye, I did my schooling in India itself.
    After that I pursued B.Tech Biomedical Engineering with excellent scores.
    I was in 12th standard when I was searching for good Professional courses as a career, I was eager for Chemical Engineering, but ...
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  • Giselle , France asked Esha Singh, Life Science

    Added Friday, March 25, 2016 at 2:45 PM

    Hi! I'm currently in foundation of pre-university and I'm going to the 1st degree of biomedical engineering. I found out that i'm interested in tissue engineering. Is tissue engineering the field which one creates tissue and repairs tissue, artificial organs? I'm intersted in this. Is my choice in choosing biomedical engineering is the right path? because I read your previous messages regarding to asked question, you mentioned that there is difference between biomedical engineering and ...
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  • Nikita, Mumbai asked Esha Singh, Life Science

    Added Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 11:34 PM

    Hi. I'm pursuing a degree in biomedical engineering by choice. I have interest in genetics and tissue culturing. How can I relate this with biomedical engineering. Also,the people here have a mainstream mentality and keep asking me why I chose this over so many fields, which is kind of disturbing. I'm sure even you must have come across such questions. How did you deal with it?
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    Esha Singh, Life Science
    Answered Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 11:34 PM
    Hello Nikita,good to see you have chosen BME by choice. Genetics and tissue culturing is a field yet to introduce widely in India, but if we are keen to go abroad, definitely we have scope. We have a subject called BIOINFORMATICS and REHABILITATION ...
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