Diploma in Medical Imaging Technology
10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, & Biology as compulsory subjects, having obtained at least 40% marks in the above subjects taken together.
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Medical imaging Technology is the technique of creating images of the interior of human body, not only for clinical analysis and diagnosis of bodily dysfunctions, but also for scientific investigation and research.
A Medical Imaging Technologist, also known as a Diagnostic Radiographer, is an important member of any health care team at diagnostic centers, pathology labs, clinics, nursing homes and hospitals. They are responsible for producing high quality medical images that assist doctors to diagnose, monitor and cure a patient’s injury or illness.
- Specialized Diagnostic Techniques
- Radiological Technology, Radiotherapy and Radio Diagnosis
- Human Anatomy and Human Physiology
- Radiation Physics, Medical Microbiology and Biochemistry
To provide an immersive experience in Medical Imaging Technology, there is a high need for industry internships, seminars and trainings delivered by expert professionals and academicians. Sanskriti edge is all about opportunities available to the students and the endeavour is to impart skills through practical immersion.
CAREER PATHS & SALARIES
Upon completion of this program, graduates typically get appointed in hospitals, research laboratories and diagnostic centers as radiology technologists. With experience, a professional can gain expertise in setting the radiological departments at new hospitals and diagnostic centres.
Graduates can also chose a sales-driven career path in companies that manufacture/sell Medical Imaging Equipment such as GE Health care, Siemens, Philips etc. If they wish to pursue higher study in this discipline, they can also work as teaching faculty at educational institutes.
The healthcare industry is growing at a fast rate both in India and abroad. As per Glassdoor.com, Medical Imaging Technologists typically receive 5-6 lakh rupees per annum as compensation at privately run hospitals. In the United States of America, the median wage for these professionals was $57,381, according to a report by payscale.com.