B.Sc. Radio Imaging & Technology
A Bachelor of Medical Radio Imaging Technology (BMRIT) is a four-year undergraduate program designed to train students to become medical imaging professionals who operate and maintain medical imaging equipment. Medical imaging is a field in healthcare that involves the use of technology to create images of the body for diagnostic and treatment purposes. The curriculum of a BMRIT program typically includes courses in anatomy, physiology, radiography, radiotherapy, medical physics, and medical ethics. Students also receive training in different areas of medical imaging such as X-ray, CT scan, MRI, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine
Minimum qualification required is 12th from science stream .Minimum percentage required is 45% for GEN/OBC and 40% for SC/ST.