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B.Sc. Radiology and Imaging Technology

B.Sc. Radiology and Imaging Technology New w.e.f. 2021-2022


In Association With YUVA Healthcare

Introduction

The Radiology and Imaging Technologists are certified technologists who capture images of organs, bone, and tissue for patient diagnosis. Technologist is equipped with technological Skills to handle imaging equipment and interpersonal skills necessary for patient care.
A technologist produces radiography of patients with the help of X-ray to find the exact medical condition of the patient. In addition to X-ray, a radiographer also considers CT scans & MRI for producing radiography. Radiology field is broadly divided into two areas namely diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology.


Programme Duration

3+1 Years

Two year programme  - Advance Diploma in Radiology and Imaging Technology

Three year programme - Bachelor of Science (Radiology and Imaging Technology)

Four year programme - Bachelor of Science Honours (Radiology and Imaging Technology)


Programme Eligibility

Candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Math’s in class 12th in order to apply for these courses.
Student must have secured 50% marks in Class 12th.
LATERAL ENTRY :- (2+1=3YEARS ) Candidates must have Two year diploma in Medical/Radiological imaging Technique from a recognized board /college /university.
Admission to B.Sc Medical Imaging Technique (Lateral Entry ) programme is done on the basis of marks secured by candidates in diploma . Minimum qualifying percentage is 50%.

Selection Procedure

JUEE & Interview

Programme Highlights

  • Well qualified and experienced faculty
  • Research oriented programme
  • Well Equipped labs for practical demonstration
  • Collaboration with multi-specialty hospitals and labs 
  • Visits to Govt. hospitals and NABL accredited labs on weekly basis for clinical practices
  • Interdisciplinary courses 
  • Earning of credits by online digital courses
  • Specialized training, workshop and conferences part of curriculum
  • Each student mentored by faculty
  • Lab and Simulation Training - state-of-the-art labs and high-fidelity simulation facilities to apply your in-depth knowledge to real-world scenarios.
  • Field Practicum - to hone your critical thinking and decision-making skills, and to strengthen your delegation and leadership skills. After having successfully completed the second semester university examination the student will be qualified to commence the clinical postings for 2-3 weeks in each semester in leading hospitals. One-year full time internship in a hospital is mandatory to enable a student to obtain the degree of Bachelor of Science in Medical Radiology and Imaging Technology.
  • Clinical Practicum - Hone your assessment, management and communication skills during two hospital-based practicums. 
  • Inter-professional Education - In order to prepare you for an integrated role within the health care team, you will have the opportunity to work with students from other programs within the School of Health. Learning activities are designed using a problem-based learning (PBL) model and include high-fidelity simulations, interactive case-based table-top exercises, and collaborative skill acquisition

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, graduates will be able to:

PO1: Describe principles of physics and operation of the imaging equipments

PO2: Demonstrate knowledge of specified imaging modalities, relevant anatomy, image quality assurance and diagnostic decision making. 

PO3: Perform radiographic procedures ensuring safety of patients and personnel involved.

PO4: Operate and maintain commonly used imaging equipment with safety and efficiency.

PO5: Provide sufficient information effectively to the patient about the imaging options available, purpose of the procedure, benefits, possible adverse consequences, and limitations.

PO6: Recognize their role in the health care system and function effectively in a multidisciplinary health care team.

PO7: Engage oneself in self-assessment and structure their continuing professional education to refine existing skills and acquire new skills for patient care and professional advancement. 

PO8: Practice professional and ethical responsibilities with high degree of credibility, integrity and social concern.


Scope

The demand for educated and professional technologists in hospitals, military hospital, clinics, and physicians are increasing continuously. The field of radiography will be continued to show higher than average job growth in the future.


Job Opportunities

  • Medical Imaging/Radiology Technologist
  • MRI Technologist
  • Radiology Assistant
  • Radiotherapist /Radiation Technologist
  • Nuclear medicine technologist
  • Ultrasound Technologist / Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
  • Radiological Nurse
  • CAT Scan Technologist / CT Scan Technologist
  • Recruitment in PHC
  • Recruitment Medical colleges as a Tutor/Lecturer/Demonstrator
  • Radiation safety officer at Diagnostic and Imaging centers
  • Recruitment in forensic and research labs
  • Recruitment Super specialty and Multi specialty hospitals
  • To open your personal set up under supervision of radiologist
  • Job opportunity in Academic institutions