•  BMRIT stands for Bachelor of Medical Radiologic & Imaging Technology. Radiology and Imaging Technology involves the methods and processes used to take internal pictures of the human body parts/ organs, and capacities thereof, for clinical purposes, such as investigation of the body’s normal anatomy and physiology.

Eligibility Criteria

•  The basic eligibility criterion for pursuing the course is a 10+2 or equivalent qualification in the Science stream(PCB), from a recognized educational Board, with a minimum aggregate score of 50% marks in PCB For UR/OBC & 40% SC/ST

Course Outline



(a) Phase - I - First Year B.Sc. (RD & IT) (one Year duration)

•  Human Anatomy including Radiographic Anatomy

•  Human Physiology including Biophysics.

•  Basics of Radiation Physics (Applied) including Mathematics

& Biostatistics.


(b) Phase - II - Second Year B.Sc. RD & IT (one year and duration)

•  Radiographic Photography.

•  Hospital practices, care of the patient in Radio-diagnosis and

Imaging Technology.

•  Physics of Radio-diagnosis & Equipment in Radio-diagnosis

and imaging Technology,


(c) Phase - III - Third Year B.Sc. RD & IT (one year duration)

•  Principles & Practice of Radiodiagnosis and imaging

Technology and Radiographic technique.

•  Advanced Techniques in Radio-diagnosis and Imaging

Technology (Principles and Practice)

Career Prospectives

•  CT scan, MRI are now being considered as one of the very important Diagnostic Technology in each & every Hospital, Nursing home and also for the out Patients from clinic. Many number of private organisation are also running this RADIO-DIAGNOSIS & IMAGING TECHNOLOGY as a full essence to the society, almost throughout our country. There is a wary demand for technically trained and qualified Professionals in this field