Radiology is a professional course in the paramedical field, offered to help individuals become professionals in performing diagnostic tests related to various medical treatments by using radiation technology. In simpler terms, radiology involves the skills of using different scientific equipment to take pictures of the human body’s hidden and internal portions. These images are required in the process of identifying ailments and diseases. The technologies involved in this process are ultrasound, CT scans, X-ray, MRI, and many others.

Job Opportunities

  • X-Ray Technician
  • Radiographer
  • Radiology Technician
  • Therapy Radiographer
  • Radiation Protection Specialist
  • Diagnostic Radiographer

Recruitment Sectors

  • Hospitals
  • Clinical Laboratories
  • Nursing Homes
  • Healthcare Institutions

Here are a few popular job profiles radiographers can attain with successful completion of this course:

Internal-body imaging: The study of radiology also involves other imaging technologies like MRI, CT Scan, Angiography, and Fluoroscopy. A qualified radiographer can use different technologies to create real-time images of the blood vessels, digestive system, and even the 3D and 2D maps of body tissues. Even the most common diseases would become difficult to diagnose without reliable radiographers.

X-Ray Technician: As an X-ray therapist, you operate X-ray equipment in hospital rooms, medical centres, emergency hospitals, and other facilities. Most healthcare facilities require such technicians in their radiology departments.

Therapy Radiographer: As a therapy radiographer, you get to use advanced radiography equipment in hospitals oncology departments. The therapies are provided to cancer patients for treatment.

Radiation Protection Expert: As a radiation protection experience, you test and analyse x-ray equipment, conduct inspections of the location where the equipment is placed and used. Also, you evaluate the procedures of operations to identify and manage radiation levels. This is an important job to prevent radiation-associated hazards.

Diagnostic Radiographer: As a diagnostic radiographer, you utilize radiation in various forms such as magnetic resonance, x-rays, and ultrasound. Every utilization has its purpose in assessing, diagnosing and treating patients who are suffering from different kinds of diseases and injuries.

Physicians need highly educated and trained radiographers:
The modern-age medical field depends heavily on the expertise of radiographers. Doctors need accurate assessment and diagnostic tests to find out the problem and choose the right medical treatment plan for a patient. Not only radiographers are supposed to accurately perform prescribed evaluations, but they need to offer their support and care for patients as well, so the patients can feel ready for the tests.

Eligibility requirements
Qualification: The candidates with 10+2/ Inter Any Group or any equivalent qualification can apply for the admission in the degree program.

Age: There is no age restriction.

The course Structure:
In this 3-year long degree program, the students go through multiple stages of learning. Both the theoretical as well as practical approaches are leveraged to teach. The helpful faculty shapes the skills of the students and prepares them for real-world scenarios.