Engineering Students Helped to repair medical equipment

Group Volunteering

Volunteer Society Nepal conducted a 10 day long Nepali language, cultural training and tours program for 17 Bio-medical Engineering Students from Nordic Five Technical Universities from June 28th 2016,.

Under Engineering World Health, DTU (EWH)’s “DTU-EWH Summer Institute Nepal” programme, the bio-medical engineering students took part in this program for six weeks. They were here in Nepal to work in different hospitals in Nepal to maintain and repair medical equipment and share their knowledge with local hospital staffs.

Bio-medical engineering students were from Denmark, Norway, Finland, America & Mexico under Engineering World Health, DTU “DTU-EWH Summer Institute Nepal”.

Those students worked in various hospital namely Bandipur District Hospital, Bharatpur District hospital, Ampipal Mission Hospital, Hetauda District Hospital, Damauli District Hospital, Bharatpur District Hospital, Gorkha District Hospital, Bhaktapur District Hospital & Phaphlu District Hospital for the repair of much-needed medical equipment in those hospitals.

First group of 17 bio-medical students from USA were in Nepal during January 2016 under the Engineering World Health’s “Winter Institute Nepal” programme and was very successful.