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BSc Radiography and Imaging Technology is a demanding course in the allied healthcare industry. The industrial radiography market is estimated to grow from USD 532 million in 2020 to USD 784 million by 2025; growing at a CAGR of 8.1%. It is a 3-year undergraduate program which is split up into 6 semesters. Students who undertake this course are familiarized with the knowledge of radiography and imaging techniques for efficient diagnosis in the field of medicine. The curriculum has been designed to meet the growing needs of professionals in the field of clinical radiography, radiation safety, image processing technology, imaging modalities, etc.


3 years


10+12 pass or equivalent course with a minimum 50% mark. An entrance exam followed by personal interview with ICRI.

Career Opportunities

Students who study this course have decent job opportunities as it is one of the growing fields in medicine. Also, this is a quite unusual course rather than the usual BA or BSc courses and hence lots of job openings are available, since this field lacks professionals. After successfully completing the program students can find direct employment in clinics, nursing homes, public health centers, hospitals, diagnostic centers and research sector. In such roles graduates can start by working as apprentice to Senior Radiologists.

Radiology thrives on a number of scientific fields like Computer Science and Imaging Technology. This affords vast opportunities in the domain of research studies for researchers and scientists. Hence students can avail a ready source of a successful career in research institutions and academics.

The average salary observed by candidates pursuing BSc radiology and imaging technology is INR 3 lacs to 20 lacs per annum depending upon the candidature.

What will you study ?

Semester I

Semester II


Fundamentals of Computer Science


General Radiography


Radiation Hazards and Protection

Generation and Properties of X-Ray

Personality Development and Communication Skills


Semester III

Semester IV

CT Scan 1

Environmental Science

General Radiography 2



Organizational Behaviour


Semester V

Semester VI


Human Resource

Nuclear Medicine and PET scan

Intervention in Diagnostic Radiology

CT Scan 2

Anaesthesia in Diagnostic Radiology

Doppler and Echography


What will you become ?

The need of educated and professional radiology technologists in hospitals, clinics, and physicians’ offices are increasing continuously. The field of radiography will be continued to show higher than average job growth into the future. After completing your degree in this field you will become Radiologist (MD), Radiology Technologists/ Radiographer, Radiology Technicians, Ultrasound Technician/ Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, MRI Technician, CT Tech/ CAT Scan Technologist/ CT Scan Technologist

Aspirants can work as:

  • Radiology assistant
  • Radiographer
  • Ultrasound Technician
  • Sonographer
  • MRI Technician
  • R & D Lab Technician
  • Technical Executives
  • Medical Technicians
  • X-Ray Technician
  • CAT Technologists
  • Colleges & Nursing Home
  • Research & Development Hub
  • Medical Laboratories and more.

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