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Will I be eligible for M.Sc in Nuclear Medicine after completing Paramedical course?


Sir I'm a student of B.Sc in Cardiology Laboratory Techniques, which is a Paramedical course. Am I eligible for M.Sc in Nuclear Medicine after completing the current B.Sc degree course? Will there be any entrance exam for this?




 
13th February 2018, 07:00 PM
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Default Re: Will I be eligible for M.Sc in Nuclear Medicine after completing Paramedical course?

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Sir I'm a student of B.Sc in Cardiology Laboratory Techniques, which is a Paramedical course. Am I eligible for M.Sc in Nuclear Medicine after completing the current B.Sc degree course? Will there be any entrance exam for this?
M.SC in Nuclear Medicine or Master in Nuclear Medicine Technology is a postgraduate Medical Lab Technologist course. The duration of the course is for 2 years but it may vary institute to institute. Course is available both in full time and part time basis. The degree course is an important and multi career oriented.

Eligibility : The candidate should complete their B.SC under any registered university in respective subjects Science stream.

Admission is done on the basis of entrance examination.

Yes, you are eligible for M.SC in Nuclear Medicine because you have done your B.SC degree course and for doing this course you need B.SC degree.

Following are the list of colleges for doing M.SC in Nuclear Medicine:

- Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal

- All India Institute of Medical Science, Delhi

- Rajiv Gandhi Paramedical Institute, Delhi

- Singhania University, Rajasthan

- University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Uttrakhand




 
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