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B.Sc. Radiography and Imaging Technology

Course Description

B.Sc. in Medical Radiography & Imaging Technology is Medicinal Radiography and Imaging Technology involves the methods and processes used to take internal pictures of the human body parts/ organs, and capacities thereof, for clinical purposes, such as investigation of the body’s normal anatomy and physiology.

The course has been designed to impart advanced and specialized technical training to eligible candidates in medical imaging techniques such as CT scan and MRI, specialized PACS and QM, and other regular procedures.

After successful completion of this program, a student will be capable of working in a hospital and various other healthcare units in Government and Private sector.

Duration of the Course:

Three years + one year internship Training


A pass in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry & Biology subject or an equivalent with 12 years of Schooling from a recognized Board of University with minimum 35% marks in each Subjects

    Main Subjects

  1. Human Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology English relevant to Radiology.
  2. General Physics, Radiation Physics &Basics of Computer Physics of Diagnostic Radiology
  3. Radiography Equipments, Maintenance and Quality Control related to X-ray only.

    Internal Subjects

  1. English
  2. Computer
I Year Subjects

    Main Subjects

  1. Clinical Radiography. Patient Ethics. Care & Medical
  2. X-ray Film/Image processing Techniques Principles including Dark Room Techniques.Emergencies of Medical
  3. Contrast procedures. & Special Radiography Process

    Internal Subjects

  1. Patient Care & Ethics
  2. Principles of Emergencies
  3. Projects
II Year Subjects

    Main Subjects

  1. Equipments of Advanced Imaging Modalities
  2. Modern Imaging Techniques and Recent Trends in Imaging
  3. Quality Control, Radiobiology & Radiation Safety in Radiodiagnosis/Imaging otherthan Xray related.

    Internal Subjects

  1. Log Book and Audit
III Year Subjects
  1. One Year Internship
IV Year Subjects