Bachelor of Science (B.Sc. in Radiography) is a 3- year long course, divided into 6 semesters, with each semester lasting 6 months. Radiography is a medical sub field, dealing in the diagnosis of diseases and ailments related to the internal or hidden parts of the body, with the use of X-Rays.However, there are many institutes in the country that offer admission to the course based solely on the percentage scored in classes X and XII. There are also a few institutes that conduct an additional round of counselling after the stage of entrance examination, for final selection
-The basic eligibility criteria for pursuing B.Sc Radiology course is a pass degree in Higher Secondary Examination or 10+2 in science stream and with subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Biology from a recognized Board, College or University.
-Some of the institutes conduct their own screening or entrance test followed by interview for admission to their undergraduate program in B.Sc Radiology course.
Job types in Radiology
Candidates who complete the program that includes medical assisting course work can seek employment as medical receptionists, medical assistants or health plan co-ordinators. Common places where a Radiology Technologist may find work includes
-Public Health Centers