Bachelor of Radiology Imaging & Technology

Radiology, a critical field within medical science, leverages advanced imaging techniques for the diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management of diverse pathologies. This discipline encompasses a broad spectrum of modalities such as X-rays, Ultrasound, Computed Tomography (CT), Positron Emission Tomography (PET), and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). These technologies offer aspiring radiologists a multitude of specialisation opportunities, enabling precise and informed clinical decisions across healthcare settings.


  • To establish ourselves as a premier institution in higher technical education.
  • To nurture future leaders in technology and innovation.
  • To drive techno-economic, social, and cultural prosperity.
  • To contribute to the environmental well-being of Punjab, the nation, and the global community.


  • To deliver education that integrates innovative technology, in partnership with industry and society, to enhance research, discovery, and entrepreneurship.
  • To prepare students as responsible global citizens and leaders in technology and innovation, with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes for success.
  • To instil in students a culture of integration and adaptability across all life’s aspects.


  • To deliver globally relevant education that is industry-linked and research-focused across undergraduate, postgraduate, and research levels in engineering, technology, and applied sciences, ensuring the output is of excellent quality and meets global technological needs.
  • To inspire the creation and industry transfer of new, relevant technologies for effective utilisation.
  • To engage in solving engineering and managerial challenges pertinent to global industry and society through fundamental and applied research.
  • To offer continuing education programs for practising engineers and managers to refresh their core knowledge and enhance problem-solving skills.
  • To establish strong collaborative ties with both private and public sectors through consultancy, applied research projects, and manpower development programs.
  • To forge partnerships with leading academic and research institutions globally for reciprocal advantages.
  • To lead in laboratory planning and development of instructional materials across various media, including audio-visual and digital formats.
  • To create faculty development programs for both internal staff and educators from other institutions in engineering and technology.
  • To proactively identify future global technological needs and prepare strategies to meet these demands.
  • To engage with the community to foster scientific and technological understanding and enthusiasm.
  • To contribute to Punjab’s technological advancement through community development initiatives, including training and education for unorganised sectors and underprivileged sections of society.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Upon completion of the Program, students will:

PEO1: Gain a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals and applications of radiological equipment, including MRI, CT Scan, and X-ray machines.

PEO2: Acquire the capability to perform various radiological procedures essential for diagnostic purposes.

PEO3: Develop extensive technical knowledge in Radiology, enabling effective assistance in all aspects of Radiological Imaging.

PEO4: Be prepared for professional opportunities within hospitals, as well as advanced education and research in Radiology and Imaging.

Program Outcomes

At the end of the Program, the student will be able to –

PO1: Engage in lifelong learning and adapt to changing professional and societal needs.

PO2: Join private, military, and public health services.

PO3: Work in the industry for application and software development for medical imaging equipment.

PO4: Study Radiological & Imaging Technology, including MRI, CT scan, and USG.

PO5: Perform various radiological procedures for diagnostic purposes.

PO6: Understand the fundamentals and applications of radiological equipment like MRI, CT Scan, and X-ray machines.

PO7: Explore foundational science and safety principles in Medical Imaging Technology.

PO8: Enhance knowledge through clinical experience, interactions, discussions, and research to improve training and education quality in Medical Imaging.

PO9: Deepen expertise in the subject and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in Medical Imaging.

PO10: Develop technical and presentation skills to become efficient technologists using state-of-the-art facilities and equipment.

PO11: Apply critical appraisal skills in day-to-day practice.

PO12: Work competently in hospital radiology suites, MRI units, and other related sections.

PO13: Exhibit problem-solving and critical thinking skills to assist radiologists in various procedures.

PO14: Understand the physical principles and theories involved in diagnostic imaging modalities.

PO15: Possess comprehensive knowledge of Radiology & Imaging Sciences for conducting various required procedures.

PO16: Integrate knowledge of different Radiological & Imaging procedures with their in-depth understanding.

Program Specific Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students will:

PSO1: Be competent to work in hospital radiology suites, MRI units, and other related sections.

PSO2: Develop an understanding of the physical principles and theories involved in diagnostic imaging modalities.

PSO3: Serve as a valuable manpower resource in the health sector, particularly in MRI, CT scan, X-ray, and Ultrasonography sections.

PSO4: Explore the foundational science and safety principles in Medical Imaging Technology.

Career Aspects

Radiologic Technologist Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
MRI Technologist Nuclear Medicine Technologist
CT Scan Technologist Radiation Therapist
Ultrasound Technician Vascular Technologist
Radiology Assistant Mammography Technologist
Radiology Technician X-Ray Technician
Interventional Radiology Technologist Radiology Nurse
Radiology Manager Medical Imaging Supervisor
PET Scan Technologist Radiopharmaceutical Production Technician
Quality Assurance Technician in Radiology Clinical Application Specialist in Radiology

As healthcare continues to advance, the demand for skilled professionals in the field of radiology and medical imaging is more critical than ever. Graduates of the B.Sc. (Radiology Imaging & Technology) programs are poised to become leaders in medical imaging, contributing to transformative advancements in healthcare.

Department of Radiology Imaging & Technology” of Pharmacy wing organized a Guest Lecture on the topic ” INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY on 07/02/2024″

Department of Radiology Imaging & Technology” of Pharmacy wing organized a Guest Lecture on the topic ” INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY”. The lecture was delivered by Dr. Anil Sharma, MBBS, MD, DM Cardiology, IVY Hospital, Amritsar.
Dr. Anil Sharma started his lecture with general introduction of Heart and its anatomy. He also elaborated the term Cardiology , which is a branch of medicine that deals with disorders of the heart and the cardiovascular system. In addition to this, he discussed about Interventional Cardiology, which is a specialty that diagnoses and treats heart and blood vessel conditions using small tubes, which are known as called Catheters .
He made the audience aware that the heart diseases like Myocardial Infarction and heart attack can be diagnosed with the help of various tests like *ECG, Echocardiography, MRI and by CATH LAB.
He also discussed about the procedures for the treatment of the heart diseases like Angioplasty, Angiography, and Pacemaker replacement .
He further apprised that before the treatment, there should be pre-operative assessment of the patient and after the surgery, there should be post-operative assessment like the temperature conditions should be maintained optimum.Even the holes in the heart can be treated by simple surgeries without stitches.
Overall, the lecture was very impressive and was appreciated by all of the students as well as the faculty.

“Department of Radiology Imaging and Technology organized a visit to “ HARDAS HOSPITAL ”, located at circular road Amritsar on 4th APRIL 2023.”

During the visit students visited different departments of Radiology and gained knowledge of different techniques with their operational method such as X-RAYS.
The department of radiology was very well established and was well equipped with all necessary accessories.
All the staff members were highly qualified and were very cooperative and they answered all the queries of the students.
Students were very enthusiastic for their educational trip and participated in the practical work by operating the X-Ray machine themselves under the supervision of technician. Students were guided about the machine by operating it on the actual patients and they did it successfully.
The students also learnt about reading of the X- RAY report of the patients.
The students were accompanied by Ms Quharat & Mr Shamsher Singh
The tour to the “HARDAS HOSPITAL” enhanced the practical skills of the students and all of them were fully satisfied.

“MLS / OTT /RIT Department Organized the “ *Blind Artist ” Activity on 23rd Feb. 2022 in Pharmacy Department.”

In this activity ,One player is given a picture of an object or word. The person doesn’t know what it is and he has to describe the image using words that will help in identifying the object. The other person draws the object on the basis of the verbal description given and their own guess work.
It was very intertesting and brain storming activity.
At the end the following winners were awarded certificates :
1.Amandeep Kaur ( OTT 2nd )
(RIT 2nd )
3. Shahid Ahmad Mir
( BMLS 6 th)


Department of MLS , RIT and OTT organised a expert talk on Fatty Liver on 16/02/23 by Dr. Jagdeep Singh, DM Gastroenterologist Fortis Escort Hospital Amritsar.
Department of MLS , RIT and OTT organised a expert talk on Fatty Liver on 16/02/23 by Dr. Jagdeep Singh, DM Gastroenterologist Fortis Escort Hospital Amritsar.
He discussed about Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease (NAFLD) which is a disorder characterized by the excess accumulation of fat in hepatocytes in about 40% of individuals. A subset of patients can develop progressive fibrosis, which can progress to cirrhosis.
He also advised about the habbit of daily exercise for atleast 20-30 minutes.
Dietary habbits also contribute in the cause of fatty liver. He advised to take three regular meals per day including 3-4 liters of water.
There are many causes of Fatty Liver and one of them is deficiency of Vitamin – D. To overcome the deficiency of vitamin – D, he advised the audience to take morning sun bath.
Dr. Jagdeep Singh’s lecture on Fatty liver was very knowledgeable and was very useful for everyone especially students.
At the end there was an interaction session and students asked my question related to the topic which were satisfactorily answered by the learned speaker.
The students and faculty members thanked the speaker and requested him to deliver few more lectures on similar topics.
The lecture was highly appreciated by the faculty and students.