Diploma In X Ray Technology
The primary aim of IPMT has always been to create a knowledge based society that can sustain development and growth at a compatible pace, to create a better and trained work force which can lead the country to a greater height and to alleviate unemployment.
The Institute of Para-Medical Sciences & Management has been affiliated to and recognised by the Institute of Paramedical, Management & Technology (IPMT), New Delhi 111 074 to run and conduct its various Courses under their able guidance, supervision and control, to improve the socio-economic condition of our country through continuous effort in educating the general masses by providing various types of Highly Job Oriented Courses. These Courses are technical in nature and there is a need of proper training and Practical Exposure is necessary.
X-ray Technicians (also known as X-ray Technologists or Radiologic Technologists) use cutting-edge imaging methods to visualize the inside of the human body. The pictures or the image they create, help physicians and Surgeons to diagnose and treat illnesses or injuries with great accuracy. X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation, similar to visible light. Unlike light, however, x-rays have higher energy and can pass through most objects, including the body. Medical x-rays are used to generate images of tissues and structures inside the body.