Bmrit Eligibility | Bachelor in Medical Radiology Imaging Technology

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Bmrit Eligibility | Bachelor in Medical Radiology Imaging Technology

Bachelor in Medical Radiology Imaging Technology is a 3 and a half year undergraduate course. This course aims at training students regarding latest techniques

Bachelor in Medical Radiology Imaging Technology (BMRIT) is a 3 and a half year undergraduate course. This course aims at training students regarding latest techniques used in diagnosis of several diseases and disorders. This course is one of the most popular courses in health system due to modernization in medical field. This course generally focuses on teaching different methods of radiographic imaging such as X-Ray, CT Scans, MRI, Ultrasound etc. and involves techniques used to take internal pictures of the human body to get every detail of the disease or disorder present inside the body.

BMRIT

In order to discover the diseases within the human body, a Radiologists uses various imaging techniques that include X-ray radiography, ultrasound, Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear medicine such as Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) to diagnose and cure the diseases.

Students willing to take admission in this course should have acquired 50% in 10+2 with PCB/PCM as main subjects. Admission can be taken either directly or by qualifying a state level entrance exam.

After completing BMRIT course, some of the students opt for higher studies such as M.Phil, Ph.D etc while some of the students find job in nursing Homes, diagnostic labs, radiology laboratories etc. Radiology Graduates get lucrative options in various departments which enhance their skills.