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Laboratory Details

Electrotherapy lab



Short Description of the Lab

Electrotherapy lab is well equipped with equipments of LASER, Ultrasonic therapy, Interferential Therapy, Neuro Muscular Electrical Stimulator etc., Practicing in the labs gives excellent opportunity for the students to sharpen their clinical acumen by ‘hands on’ exposure under guidance of experienced faculty.

Equipments Available

  • TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)
  • SWD (Short wave diathermy).
  • MWD (Micro wave diathermy).
  • Traction unit.
  • IFT (interferential therapy).
  • US (ultrasound).
  • LASER therapy unit.
  • Body composition analyser
  • CPM (continuous passive motion unit)
  • PWB (paraffin wax bath).
  • ES (electrical stimulator).
  • Hydro collator machine with moist hot pack set.
  • IRR lamp (infra-red radiation).
  • UVR lamp (ultraviolet radiation).
  • Whirlpool Bath
  • 4 Couches.
  • 4 Pillows
  • 2 Steppers.

Exercise therapy lab


Exercise therapy

Short Description of the Lab

Exercise Therapy lab is equipped with state of art facilities of gait re-education unit, strength training unit, balance and posture rehab unit, movement therapy unit etc., Different exercise techniques are demonstrated in the lab and the students are encouraged to practice these different techniques on each other or on simulated models and gain confidence in performing theses skills before implementing the same on the patients.
We all know the benefits of being physically active and fit, not only for our physical wellbeing – heart health, lung capacity, weight management and a whole host of other benefits – but for our mental wellbeing too.
Exercise therapy uses specific stylished movements to improve the way the body functions. It focuses on moving the body and its different parts to relieve symptoms and improve mobility – and of course levels of fitness.

Equipments Available

  • Quadriceps Chair.
  • Multi-Exercise Chair.
  • Tilt Table.
  • Parallel Bar.
  • Static Cycle.
  • Wall Ladder.
  • Suspension Therapy apparatus.
  • Therapeutic Balls.
  • Hand dynamometer.
  • Walkers
  • Crutches (axillary crutch and elbow crutch).
  • Cane
  • Gripper
  • Dumb Bells.
  • Wobble Board.
  • Weighing Machine.
  • Postural Mirror.
  • Shoulder Wheel.
  • T-pulley
  • Trampoline
  • Goniometers
  • Physio balls
  • Medicine balls
  • Bolsters
  • Wheel chairs
  • Weight cuffs
  • Corner Stair and Ramp
  • Standing frame
  • CP chair
  • Peg board
  • Wedges
  • Exercise mat
  • Spirometer
  • Peak flow meter
  • Pulse Oxymeter
  • Stadiometer
  • Weighing machines
  • Various Orthosis and Prosthesis
  • Various Charts
  • 4 Couches.
  • 4 Pillows.
  • 2 Steppers.

Physiology lab



Short Description of the Lab

The Human Physiology Laboratory introduces students to laboratory techniques in the study of physiology and provides demonstrations of processes learned in the Human Physiology. Laboratory activities cover a wide range of topics from classic experiments in muscle, nerve, and cardiac physiology to human exercise and ventilation studies.

Equipments Available

  • Medical Microscopes
  • Slides set of 100
  • P. Apparatus
  • Stethoscopes
  • Thermometers
  • Inch Tapes
  • Knee hammer
  • Various illustrated charts of body systems

Anatomy lab



Short Description of the Lab

Each week students in the the Human Anatomy Lab participate in two lab sessions. During this time students utilize human cadavers, anatomical models, microscopes, HD TV viewing, photos, and x-rays to learn and understand human anatomy. Individual and group-study is emphasized& lecturers provide guidance one-on-one and in small groups to clarify difficult concepts, and to address the concerns of the students.

Equipments Available

  • Muscles of upper limb with vessels and nerves.
  • Muscles of lower limb with vessels and nerves
  • Muscles of hand.
  • Muscles of foot.
  • Torso with head and removable parts.
  • Head with muscles.
  • Brain
  • Anatomical heart.
  • Heart, lungs and larynx.
  • Kidney
  • Flexible spine with pelvis.
  • Adult skull.
  • Imported skeleton.
  • Disarticulated skeleton.
  • Shoulder joint.
  • Elbow joint.
  • Wrist joint with bones of hand.
  • Hip joint with pelvis.
  • Knee joint.
  • Ankle joint with bones of foot.
  • Mannequins
  • Various illustrated charts of body systems.

News and Achievements

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Press Releases

News published in Rajasthan Patrika dated 5th July, 2020 regarding Ph.D program at the UEM Jaipur

News releases in leading newspapers of Rajasthan regarding UEM Jaipur being awarded 1 out of 12 leading institutes of the country (1st in Rajasthan) with the E-Lead Certificate for providing online learning by QS – the most prestigious award on globe

Press Release in Dainik Bhaskar regarding complete online continuation of classes, laboratories and exams at the UEM Jaipur

Dr. Satyajit Chakrabarti featured in The Bengal Post


World champion by developing a gaming console (Amantron Gaming console)

IEEE Maker project, IEEE, USA – 2016

Champion East

NEN (National Entrepreneurship Network) E-Week, 2011-2016

Champions Runner-up Award, West

NEN (National Entrepreneurship Network) E-Week, 2016

Rated Silver A+++ Business School

“Just Careers” Magazine, 2011

Best Debutant Award, West

NEN (National Entrepreneurship Network) E-Week, 2015

3rd amongst all Government & Private Colleges in West Bengal

The Telegraph, 2009

One amonst the two finalists from India by dreveloping their own innovative Car

International BAJA SAE Motosports Competition

Outstanding Engineering Institute in Eastern India

Star News, 2011

1st amongst all students of India including all IITs and NITs

NPTEL program (IIT Kharagpur and IIT Chennai), 2016