B.Sc. Radio Medical Imaging Technology
B.Sc. in Radio Imaging Technology is a 3-4 year undergraduate course in Medical Lab Technology. Medical Radiography Imaging Technology involves the methods and processes used to take internal pictures of the human body parts/organs and capacities thereof, for clinical purpose, such as investigation of the body’s normal anatomy and physiology.
Duration: 3 Years (6 Semester)
BSc Medical Radiography and Imaging Technology Highlights
BSc Medical Radiography and Imaging Technology
Must have passed 10+2 with a minimum of 50% marks
Merit and Entrance based
INR 10,000 to INR 6,25,000
Course Average Salary
INR 2,50,000 to INR 8,00,000
Top recruiting companies
AIIMS, Apollo Hospital, Fortis Hospital, CMC
X-ray technician, radiation protection specialist, diagnostic radiographer, physiotherapist, etc.
All those candidates who have passed the 10+2 with Physics & Chemistry as compulsory subjects and either Mathematics or Biology from recognized Board/ University / Council or 10+2 with the vocational course in Medical Laboratory Science / Medical Laboratory Technology with at least 45% marks( 40% marks in case of candidate belonging to Reserved category) in aggregate.
Mission: “The mission of Radio Medical Imaging Technology Program is to educate, train and graduate professionally competent and ethical individuals, committed to Life-long learning according to national and international and international educational standards, contributing to scientific research and community services.”
Scope: The need for educated and professional radiology technologists in hospitals, clinic, and physicians’ offices are increasing continuously. The field of radiography will be continued to show higher than average job growth into the future. After completing your degree in this field you will become Radiologist (MD), Radiology Technologist/ Radiographer, Radiology Technician. Ultrasound Technician/Diagnostic/ Medical Sonographer, MRI Technician, CT Tech/
CT Scan Technologist, There is a lucrative job for radiologists.