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BSc - Imaging Technology

Imaging Technology is used to diagnose various diseases and disorders in the human body. This course will give students insights of how radiology and imaging technology is used for the diagnosis of various diseases and disorder in the human body. The module is designed to train students in the physics related to radiology, radiographic and diagnostic imaging techniques, radiographic photography and image processing.


Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility

Intermediate/10+2 or its equivalent examination with science subjects (Biology, Physics and Chemistry) with an aggregate of 45% marks from recognized board under AISSCE/ CBSE/ ICSE/ SSCE/ HSCE/ NIOS or other equivalent board or Intermediate with vocational (Medical Lab Technology) and should attain 17 Years as on 31st December 2021.

Focus
Focus on a modern medical curriculum to equip graduates with the knowledge, skills and values essential for a confident medical career in the 21st century

Key Features


Medium of Instruction: English

Documents Required:


Scholarship:

Scholarship will be awarded for deserving and meritorious candidates under following criteria (Only in the first year)

  • 95% and above will be awarded 25% of Tuition Fee and
  • 85% - 94% will be awarded 15% of Tuition Fee
  • Accommodation:
    Accommodation assistance will be provided on request

    Fee Structure:

    Adminstrative Fee
    Admission Fee
    (One-Time Fee)
    Admin Fee per year
    (Transport + Lab + Library)
    ₹ 6,500 ₹ 12,800
    Tuition Fee
    1st Year Fee 2nd Year Fee 3rd Year Fee 4th Year Fee
    ₹ 85,000 ₹ 85,000 ₹ 85,000 ₹ 12,800
    Projection of Fee
    Total Course Fee
    ₹ 3,12,700

    B.Sc - Imaging Technology

    The Apollo University
    Preamble

    B.Sc - Imaging Technology

    Imaging Technology is used to diagnose various diseases and disorders in the human body. This course will give students insights of how radiology and imaging technology is used for the diagnosis of various diseases and disorder in the human body. The module is designed to train students in the physics related to radiology, radiographic and diagnostic imaging techniques, radiographic photography and image processing.