A Diploma in X-ray Technician program is designed to train students in the safe and effective operation of medical imaging equipment, including X-ray machines. The curriculum covers topics such as anatomy, radiologic physics, patient positioning, and radiation safety. Graduates can pursue certification and work in hospitals, clinics, or imaging centers. Clinical experience is a vital part of the program, and ongoing professional development is essential. This diploma is an ideal choice for individuals interested in a career that combines healthcare technology with patient care.



Program Objectives:


•  Train students in the safe and proper use of X-ray equipment and related technologies.
•  Develop proficiency in capturing high-quality diagnostic X-ray images.
•  Ensure students understand radiation safety protocols and techniques to minimize exposure to patients and themselves.
•  Teach students to accurately position patients for various X-ray procedures.
•  Equip students with the knowledge to assist radiologists and other healthcare professionals in interpreting X-ray images.
•  Foster an understanding of the importance of patient care, communication, and maintaining patient confidentiality.
•  Prepare students to work in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, and diagnostic imaging centers.
•  Emphasize the ethical and legal responsibilities associated with X-ray technology.
•  Promote ongoing professional development and certification in the field.
•  Instill a commitment to quality assurance and continuous improvement in X-ray technology practices.​



Eligibility Criteria

The student who passes 10+2 from PCB / PCM from Recognized Board with 45% aggregate Marks.


Duration of the Program:


The Diploma in X-Ray Program is a 2-year duration program.


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Program Outline

- Anatomy and Physiology
- Basics of relevant Pathology, Pharmacology & Microbiology & drugs used during X-ray
- Image Acquisition
- Radiological imaging techniques & patient care
- Radiographic Position and Procedures


Outline of Curriculum of Diploma in X-Ray Technician course:

First Year: 

First Paper: Syllabus covers:
1. General Anatomy & Physiology (Cytology, Histology, Osteology, and basics of all organ systems of the Body).
2. Only basics of relevant Pathology, Pharmacology & Microbiology & drugs used during X-rays.

Second Paper: Syllabus covers -
1. Details of radiological Anatomy & surface making.
2. Radio-physics, Radiographic positions & Radiation hazards.
3. Hand hygiene & prevention of cross infection.
4. Basic life support (BLS) &  Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR).


Second Year:

First Paper: Syllabus covers:
1. Details of Only relevant surgical & medical conditions.
2. Nursing Procedures like vital recording, IM/IV/SC injection, Oxygen therapy, Nebulization, and IV infusion.

Second Paper: Syllabus covers:
1. Radiological imaging techniques & patient care.
2. Bio-medical physics of X-ray machine & development of X-ray

Career Prospectives

 Applicable to work in career employment areas like doctor’s offices, private clinics,   Government hospitals, out-patients care, colleges and universities.

 Provision of Lateral Entry:  

- There should be a provision for lateral entry for the students who have successfully completed
- DMRIT and would like to pursue BMRIT can directly enter the second year or third semester.