NRT (Neural Response Telemetry) is a quick and non-invasive objective measure of peripheral neural function at up to 22 intra cochlear sites and provides a useful guide in checking the integrity of the cochlear implant, estimating NRT thresholds, programming infants, children and adults. After surgery, it generally takes three to five weeks for the incision to heal. The implant recipient is then fitted with the external components. The system is programmed to meet each individual’s hearing needs. Once the incision heals the surgeon will give an approval to the audiologist to go ahead with programming. Audiologist will fit the external parts of the cochlear implant. The transmitter coil is placed over the receiver. The microphone is placed over the ear. The transmitter and microphone is connected to the speech processor.