Introduction of B.SC Radio Medical Imaging Technology

B.Sc. in Radio  Medical Imaging Technology is a branch of Medical Research and Development, related to the study of various techniques of capturing images of human body parts for medical as well as research purposes. The course is designed with a diversified plan of study in advance imaging (MRI and CT), healthcare management and general knowledge about the discipline

B.Sc. in Radio Medical Imaging Technology is suitable for candidates interested in expanding their prospects in the specialty of medical research and development. Ideal candidates would be proficient in time- management, adept at finishing tasks with speed and accuracy, handling stress, interpreting scientific/ technical data accurately, making analytic judgments, handling laboratory instruments, and operating computer systems. The course is ideally suited for candidates with an eye for detail, precision, self-sufficiency, self-motivation, and an ability to work within strenuous schedules.

Eligibility for B.Sc Radio Medical Imaging Technology

A person who has secured at least 50% marks ( 45% in case of candidate belonging to Scheduled cast/tribes) of the aggregate marks in four compulsory subjects i.e. Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Math and English taken together of 10+2 pattern or equivalent examination from recognized Board/University shall be eligible to join the first semester of the course OR Intermediate/10+2 with agriculture subjects.

Career Opportunities After B.Sc Radio Medical Imaging Technology

B.Sc degree holders in Medical Imaging Technology can find lot of job opportunities in India and abroad like Radiographers, Radiologic Technologists, Nuclear Medicine Technologist, X-ray Technicians or Ultrasound Technicians.
Radiologic technologists are needed in every health care setting. You could work in a large hospital, a suburban outpatient clinic or a rural physician’s office. You could specialize in dozens of clinical areas ranging from prenatal care to orthopedics. You could manage an entire radiology department, including its budget and personnel. You could teach, inspiring new generations of radiologic technologists, or you could perform research that leads to breakthroughs in diagnostic imaging or radiation therapy. With additional education, you could become a radiologist assistant, expanding your capabilities by serving as a radiologist extender. The boundaries of your career in radiologic technology are determined only by your own abilities and interests.

Why to choose B.Sc in Radio Medical Imaging Technology

The career and job opportunities in the field of radiography are very extensive. The demand of radiographers has been increased in recently, with the development in technologies the medical science created a new and wide scope in radiology. In India, the radiographers can work both in private & government hospitals. Numbers of jobs are available on part time and full-time work.

After completing your course you will become a radiographer. The radiographers perform the ultrasound test which is known as sonography. The employment prospects for radiographers are vast, both within the country and in overseas. Radiographers are constantly in demand in various health centres like nursing homes, hospitals, diagnostic centres as well as super-specialty hospitals.

Radiology field is expanding vastly in the area of medicine. Due to advances in computer technology, this field gets the advantage as it is closely linked to modern imaging.