B.Sc. (Medical Imaging Technology) B.Sc-MIT

School of Allied Health Sciences

The Medical Imaging Technology is a highly specialized profession also known as Radiology Technology, Radiation & Imaging Technology and Medical Radiography. This program requires a solid understanding of human anatomy and physiology as well as a command of imaging technology's inside characteristics.

The Medical Imaging Technology program at JNU, Jaipur is one of the best program & school of Allied Health Sciences is amongst the best college offering 4-year program. The students learn various imaging modalities including X-Ray, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) & USG by their hands on practice in the associated medical college (JNUIMSRC) of the institute with the variety of case studies.

Graduates of this program can work as radiologic technologists, MRI technologists, CT technologists, or ultrasound assistants in clinics, hospitals, and research centers. Medical imaging technology is essential in modern healthcare because it allows clinicians to detect and treat a wide variety of medical disorders and diseases with greater accuracy and precision.

Key Information


3 Years + 1 Year Internship


10+2 in PCB with min. 50% Marks

Selection Procedure

Merit + PI

Tuition Fee


Caution Money



*Lab & Library fee will be charged separately

Programme Structure

  • Human Anatomy
  • Human Physiology
  • General Biochemistry & Nutrition
  • English and Communication Skills
  • Physics for medical imaging –Part-I
  • Introduction to national health care system -(Multidisciplinary course)
  • Physics for Medical Imaging Part-II
  • Radiography Equipments
  • Basic Pathology & Hematology
  • Enviorment Sciences
  • Fundamental of Computers
  • Radiobiology & Radiation
  • Emergencies and its Principles
  • Contrast Radiography Process
  • Radio Diagnosis using Nuclear Medicine
  • Medical Tourism
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Physics of Diagnostic Radiology
  • MRI, Ultrasound and CT Scan
  • Instruments for Advanced Imaging Modalities
  • Doppler and Echography & Imaging Processes Except for X-Ray
  • Yoga Therapy
  • General Principles of Hospital Practice and Care of Patients
  • Clinical Radiography
  • Imaging Processing Techniques
  • Patient Care and Ethics
  • Interventional and Digital Radiology
  • Medical Ethics
  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • Hospital Management
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