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Courses to pursue during holidays

06/02/2009 4:00 AM

hi.. i am a student of biomedical engineer in manipal. I have completed my second year. Is there any course i can pursue during my holidays? anything that will be helpful in my field. Or should i pursue some kind of Programming course like java or something.. please help me figure out wht i must do..

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Re: Courses to pursue during holidays

06/02/2009 11:21 PM

Sure . Pursue anything that takes your fancy . It doesn't matter what , as long as you're interested in the topic and having fun while at it .

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Re: Courses to pursue during holidays

06/03/2009 3:25 PM

like the dark side

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Re: Courses to pursue during holidays

06/03/2009 3:54 PM

Frankly, If you have no experience maching or forging, I'd go hang around a machine shop or forge shop.

Not all learning comes from coursework. the best lessons come from seeing trying, failing, and improving on the next try.

Biomedical devices will have machined or forged components in some way either themselves or in the tolling to make them.

get some dirt under thy nails!

You'll be all the better for it.

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