Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology
Duration: 3 years (6 semesters with 1 year internship.
Eligibility: Class 12 Science (or equivalent +2 examinations) or lateral entry to second year after DMIT
In this program, students will be educated in the basic medical sciences, and trained to conduct a wide spectrum of imaging procedures. They will learn how to deal with a range of physiological and environmental factors that may have an impact on patient care. They will become knowledgeable in the operational aspects of the imaging department and in quality and safety aspects. Students will also be trained to work with other health care professionals so patients will obtain the type of care most appropriate for them. The medical imaging technologist performs a range of procedures on various types of equipment: conventional x-ray, C-Arm, mammography, computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and other modalities. During the internship the intern will be able to handle and evaluate radiological procedures and then interpret report to the Radiologist. They will also carry out a project work on any common clinical cases they encounter during the period of internship.
Job Prospects: In hospital Laboratories, Private laboratories with Radiological procedures, Research or any health care settings.