Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology (B.Sc. MIT) is a 4-year academic program at the Institute of Medicine (IOM). Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology focuses on the innumerable technical procedures for diagnosing various diseases processes. This program is designed to meet the new requirements of the health sector, wherein the students are educated & trained in the technical aspects of the procedures, with a special emphasis on the basis anatomy & pathophysiology of the disease process. The degree is recognized by Nepal Health professional Council.
Candidates having passed and secured fifty percent mark in the PCL General Science (I.Sc.or 10+2) program with biology and other prerequisite subjects OR in PCL Health Science (Radiography) are eligible to apply for Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology (B.Sc. MIT). For number of seats, refer to the detailed notice.
Entrance examination paper:
The entrance examination will consist of a single paper with 100 multiple choice questions (MCQ) on Zoology (15), Botany (10), Chemistry (15), Physics (10), General Health (25) and specific subject (25). One mark is allocated to each MCQ. Each MCQ will have four options, of which the most appropriate answer is to be answered. There is no system of negative marking.
The full marks of the paper will be 100 and the duration of examination will be 2 hours. The pass marks is 50% (fifty per cent). Separate merit lists will be prepared for candidates from General Science Stream and those from the Health Science Stream.
Module for Entrance Examination
|Total Seats Available||Subjects for Entrance Examination|
|9 (Nine Only)||
General Health: 25
Specific Subjects: 25