- Instructor: Scope College
|Course Name||Bachelor of Vocational in Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology|
|Course Duration||2 or 3 years|
|Course Eligibility||For Lateral 10 + 3 (SSC + Diploma ) or 12 + 1 (Diploma in Radiology and Imaging Technology)|
|Average Salary||Rs. 2,00,000 to Rs. 5,00,000 per year|
|Areas of Employment||Government/Private Hospitals, Rehabilitation centres, Medical Imaging Labs, Radiography centres|
What is Vocational in Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology?
Medical imaging technology deals with the clinical analysis of interior parts of the human body. This discipline plays a huge role in diagnosing different types of diseases and conditions of the interior organs/parts/tissues of the human body that are not visible to the naked eye.
X-Ray, CT Scans, MRI Scans, Sonography, ECG – are different forms of medical imaging technology. Medical imaging technology can be used to obtain visual representations of bones, muscles, tissues, and organs like the stomach, intestines, lungs, brain, etc.
Why Bachelors Vocational in Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology?
A Bachelor of Vocational (B.Voc) in Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology provides specialized knowledge and practical skills in diagnostic imaging techniques, enabling graduates to operate imaging equipment, perform diagnostic procedures, and contribute to patient care. This program offers a direct pathway to a career in the rapidly evolving field of medical imaging, where professionals play a vital role in the accurate diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
At SCOPE, students learn with the most advanced techniques and equipment according to international standards.
What does a Radiology Technician do?
Here are some of the core subjects where Radiology technologists play an important role-
- Patient preparation
- Medical image processing
- CT/MRI films
- Pharmacology- Drugs / Contrast medium
- Lab managing system
- Medical imaging equipment
Medical imaging professionals have access to different types of job opportunities. They are employed by-
- Government hospitals
- Private hospitals
- Clinics and Nursing homes
- Rehabilitation centres,
- Medical imaging labs
- Radiography centres