About B.Sc Radiotherapy
B.Sc Radiotherapy is a three-year undergraduate course that imparts knowledge about radiation therapy to treat cancer and other diseases with ionizing radiation. The main aim of this course is to instill skills and knowledge related to radiotherapy. B.Sc Radiotherapy trains students into radiotherapy professionals and there is a huge demand for the same.
B.Sc Radiotherapy Course Highlights
INR 20,000 to INR 3.5 Lacs
Government and Private Hospitals, Medical Healthcare facilities, Cancer Hospitals, Educational Institutes
INR 2.5 Lacs to INR 4 Lacs
B.Sc Radiotherapy Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility for B.Sc Radiography course is as follows:
Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognised board in India.
Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as mandatory subjects.
Some institutes require a minimum aggregate score of 50% in class 12 an additional criterion of eligibility for B.Sc Radiotherapy
B.Sc Radiotherapy Syllabus
Radiation Hazards and Protection
Fundamentals of computer science
Communication Skills and Personality Development
Generation and Properties of X-Ray
General Radiography 2
Doppler and Echography
Anesthesia in Diagnostic Radiology
MRI – 2
Interventional in Diagnostic Radiology
Nuclear Medicine and PET Scan
B.Sc Radiotherapy Admission Process
Admission to the B.Sc Radiotherapy course is either done on the basis of merit or on the basis of the entrance exam.
The direct admission process is followed by a majority of colleges in India.
Through this pathway, candidates are selected on the basis of their marks scored in 10+2.
For this, candidates simply have to apply to the college/university.
After the board results are out, the colleges will release their cut-off scores.
If candidates have scored more than or equal to the cut-off scores of the intended college, they will be eligible for enrollment at that institute.
On the basis of Entrance Exams
The second way for admission to the B.Sc Radiotherapy course is an entrance exam.
In this pathway, candidates are selected on the basis of their marks scored in the entrance examinations of an institute.
For this, candidates first have to apply to the university/ college.
The institute will provide candidates with an exam schedule.
When the results of the exam are out, the college will release the cut-off or merit list.
Career Options and Job Prospects
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