Considering the fact the inclination of majority of students towards more stream-lined courses, Diploma In Medical Radio-Isotope Techniques might seem to be in first place a very obvious second alternative. However, they must also understand that this second alternative is designed in such a way that has a special focus to equip candidates for working in Nuclear Medicine Centers, which in itself would be an achievement.
Students aspiring to pursue this course should have B.Sc. Degree with at least 60% marks in Science or applied subjects of Science like Chemistry, Life Sciences, Physics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biophysics, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Medical Radiological Technology. Candidates with M.Sc. Degree can also apply.