Certificate in Diagnostic Radiography course is based on the job required to perform by a Radiographer at different level health institutions in Nepal and abroad. The program is of three years' duration. The first year course focuses on basic science and foundational subjects, the second year course focuses on basic radiography and imaging subjects and the third year is given to the application of learned skills and knowledge within the comprehensive practical settings in hospital recognized by ministry of health or concerned government authority.
Program aims and objectives
The course aims to produce middle level radiography and imaging manpower with sound academic knowledge equipped with perfect technical skills, which can face real life situation at different level of hospitals and related institutions.
At the end of the course, the student should able to:
Medium of instruction
The CDR program extends for three academic years. One academic year consists of 39 academic weeks and one academic week consists of 32 to 37 hours.
Pattern of attendance
Minimum of 90% attendance is required to appear in final examination.
The council for technical education and vocational training will award "Certificate Level in Diagnostic Radiography" to the candidate who successfully completes the requirements as prescribed by the council.
Secured at least grade C in C. Mathematics, C. English and C.Science in School leaving Certificate (SLC) examination from recognized academic institution and an average GPA of at least 2.
Passed entrance examination conducted by CTEVT
Applicant should submit the following documents at the time of application:
The graduates will be eligible for the position equivalent to Non-gazetted 1st class (technical) as Radiographer or as prescribed by the Public Service Commission. The graduate is eligible for registration with the Nepal Health Professional Council in the grade as mentioned in the Nepal Health Professional Council Act.