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Bachelor in Medical Radio & Imaging Technology (BMRIT)



B.M.R.I.T stands for Bachelor of Medical Radio Diagnosis And Imaging Technology. Radiography is one of the most popular modern medical technologies available. This technology is used to diagnose various diseases and disorder in a human body. This course will give students insights of how the radiology and imaging technology is used for the diagnosis of various diseases and disorder in the human body.

A radiographer produces radiography of patients with the help of X-ray to find the exact medical condition of the patient. In addition with X-ray, a radiographer also considers CT scans, ultrasounds and MRI for producing radiography. Radiology field is broadly divided into two areas namely diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology. Diagnostic Radiology is the specialization of medicine that uses the images of X-Ray and other imaging techniques to diagnose the disease and injury of patient. Interventional Radiology is the another medical specialty that also uses imaging techniques (X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound) for direction. Medical sciences can improve the overall standard and quality of life as well as expectancy. With the advancement in the field of technology , role to prepare patients for the exams, move patients to the correct position, operate the equipment, and use their knowledge and skill to optimize  the radiation  absorbed dose to the patient.


Three Years and Six months Internship


To pursue a bachelor’s degree in Radiologists, a candidate must meet the following requirements: The applicant’s age must be at least 17 years old. The candidate must have received at least 50 per cent – 60 per cent in Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology or equivalent at 10+2 level is mandatory for admission.


Radiographers or Radiologic technologistcan specialize in many different areas, including:
• Bone densitometry
• Cardiac-interventional radiography
• Computed tomography (CT)
• Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
• Mammography
• Vascular interventional radiography
• Nuclear medicine
• Sonography
• Digital subtraction angiography (DSA)
• Radiotherapy