Objectives of introducing the course

  • An ECG technician, also called as cardiographic technician, uses electrocardiogram machines to run diagnostic tests to measure a patient’s heart rate, monitor cardiac rhythm and help physicians find irregularities in the heart and blood vessels.
  • This unique program provides students with a background in medical areas such as anatomy and physiology and a concentration in Electrocardiography.

Duration: 1 Year

Eligibility: 10+2 (50%) with PCB

Selection Procedure: Merit+PI

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

Market value of the course:

  • Some of the duties that ECG technicians are responsible for include administering electrocardiograms to patients within a hospital setting, assisting in daily operations of the work department.
  • ECG technicians perform diagnostic tests to help doctors identify and treat cardiovascular problems in patients.
  • Starting salary range from 15k to 20k / month.