Diploma in Radiography & Imaging Technology (RIT)

The aim of the 4 years degree program in Radiology is to skills, techniques, and ethical values to enable them to apply their acquired expertise at a level between the doctors and the patient for efferent health service delivery.

Skills to be learned during the course:

  • Demonstrate good knowledge of the detailed Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Ability to learn and master the operation of simple / advanced sophisticated imaging machinery.
  • Ability to identify trouble-shooting & problems related to the equipment used in Radiology.
  • Perform maintenance and corrective measures on imaging instruments, where required.
  • Demonstrate complete knowledge and technical skills regarding the diagnostic Radiology Technology including X-Rays, Medical Sonography, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medical, Fluoroscopes, and cardiovascular imaging, etc.
  • Explaining to the patient about the procedure, precautions, and correct positioning.
  • Place the equipment in the proper position in relation to the patient\’s body to determine the proper machine settings.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and proper usage of the radiation protection equipment.
  • Manage small administrative issues of the department including purchase/replacement of the related equipment.
  • Maintenance of work records, dye, and chemical storage, up to date methodology, and miscellaneous duties.
  • Complete work in compliance with the quality assurance policies and procedures.
  • Maintenance of stock solution, controls, and equipment.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Basic computer skills and knowledge of the Microsoft office suite.
  • Knowledge of record-keeping.
  • The ability to analyze and modify the imaging techniques according to the circumstances.
  • Attend continuing education programs as funding and workload permits.
  • Instruct and teach the junior staff and training technologists

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

Upon the completion of the Dental Laboratory Technology program, the students:

  • will have the fundamental knowledge of Dental Laboratory technology to pursue their career and workplace needs.
  • will have the intellectual curiosity to actively participate in the innovation/research, acquisition of new knowledge and skills to refine their technical abilities.
  • will have the ability to critically analyze, communicate, diagnose, and solve problems efficiently for the benefit of society.
  • will demonstrate interpersonal, inter-professional, and entrepreneurial skills to contribute to society.

Eligibility Criteria:

The applicant should have FSc. Pre-medical or equivalent qualifications earned from a recognized board/institution with at least 60% marks