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BSc M IT or Bachelor in Science in Medical Imaging technology is a four-year course that teaches you about technologies like X-ray scans, PET scans etc. This subject focuses on the technical aspect of discovering and treating diseases. BSc MIT focuses on the students being educated and trained in the technical aspects of the procedures, with a special emphasis on the basic anatomy & pathophysiology of the disease process.
Passed 10+2 Science or equivalent (with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) with 50% aggregate in total marks or a GPA of 2.4 OR
Secured the percentage equivalent to the above eligibility in regards to the certificate level programs (eg. A-Level) with different grading systems OR
Applicants who have passed the Health Science Proficiency Certificate/Diploma(General Medicine, Medical Lab Technology, Ophthalmic Science, Dental Science, Pharmacy, Ayurveda, Radiography, Physiotherapy) with at least 50% aggregate in total marks AND
Registered in Nepal Health Professional Council or Nepal Pharmacy Council or Nepal Ayurveda Council as per related educational program.
To meet the new requirements of the health sector
To help students in knowing the general anatomy and physiology of the human body so that the graduates can successfully read the body parts on the radiograph.
To teach students the general physiology of the body and how pathogens modify it causing disease.
To pass on to students the knowledge using both conventional radiography techniques and modern imaging techniques.
To teach students certain alternative procedures that are not routinely executed but might be some emergency or complicated cases.
To train students in generating information about the health of patients essential for preventing, diagnosing and treating disease.
The course duration of BSc. MIT is four years. Also, the cost for this course is from Rs 2,50,000 to Rs 7,50,000.
After studying BSc MIT you can work as an Imaging technologist in hospitals with radio diagnostic facilities both in the public and private sectors.
They can also work as Radiographers, Radiologic Technologists, MRI specialists, Endoscopy specialists, Elastography specialists, Nuclear Medicine technologists, X-ray Technicians, Ultrasound Technicians etc.
In accordance with MEC, currently, 71 seats are available to BSc. MIT course. Colleges like IOM and the National Academy of Science have 10 seats each for this course. BPKIHS( B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences) also has 10 seats.
MBHS(Madan Bhandari Academy of Health Sciences) and MIHS(Madhesh Institute of Health Sciences) has 30 and 20-seat per year.
The RJU has 20 seats per year. In addition, Kathmandu University, Pokhara University and TU have a total of 32,160 and 170 seats per year.
Question type: Single best response type of multiple-choice questions
Option: Four options (A, B, C, D)
Number of questions: 200
Full marks: 200
Cognitive Ratio: 30
Recall: Understanding: 50
Application - 20
Duration: 3 hours
Zoology- 40 questions
|1||Biology, origin and evolution of life||4|
|2||General characteristics and classification of protozoa to Chordata.||8|
|3||Plasmodium, earthworm and frog||8|
|4||Human biology and human diseases||14|
|6||Environmental pollution, adaptation and animal behaviour, application of zoology||2|
|1||The basic component of life and biodiversity||11|
|2||Ecology and environment||5|
|3||Cell biology and genetics||12|
|4||Anatomy and physiology||7|
|5||Developmental and applied botany||5|
|1||General and physical chemistry||15|
Physics -40 questions
|2||Heat and thermodynamics||5|
|3||Geometrical optics and physical optics||5|
|4||Current electricity and magnetism||7|
|5||Sound waves, electrostatics and capacitors||5|
|6||Modern physics and nuclear physics||5|
|7||Solid and semiconductor devices (electronics)||2|
|8||Particle physics, source of energy and universe||2|
Contents from PCL level course of specific subject -20
|Sno.||Contests from PCL level courses of specific subjects||Question|
|1||Contents from PCL/ diploma level course of a specific subject||20|
Mental Agility Test (MAT) -20 questions
|Sno.||Mental Agility Test (MAT)||Question|
|4||Spatial relation / Abstract reasoning||5|