Undergraduate program in Nuclear Medicine Technology was started in year 1992 and is currently being offered as 4 years’ integrated course (3 years of BScNMT + 1year of PGDNMT). The program is recognised by Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB), Mumbai. The program is designed to deliver interdisciplinary knowledge to the students which helps them to understand the concepts and practical methods in Nuclear Medicine. The program includes specialised training in the areas of nuclear medicine instrumentation, nuclear imaging, radiopharmacy, radiation protection and research methodology. On completion of the program, the graduates will be able to work as health professionals and also be able to advance their carrier in teaching and research.   


Career Opportunities

·         Work as NM professional in any Healthcare or in Industrial sectors.

·         Nomination as Radiation Safety Officer of the department they are working in.

·         Pursue higher education in national or international universities

Teaching Methodology

Teaching methodology includes lectures, on-site trainings, seminars, Journal clubs, digital pedagogy and problem based learning.



  • Each semester has two internal sessional examinations followed by an end semester university examination.
  • Written and practical examinations.
  • Minimum of 50% marks are required to pass each  theory and practical examinations
  • Minimum 80% of attendance is required to appear in end semester university examination.



Key Dates & Deadlines



Jun ' 22

Last date to Apply


Tentative Course Commencement Date


4 years inclusive of 1 year internship



Access to hospital facilities gives student hands-on training in dental procedures

Innovative Centre

State-of-the-art Innovation Centre to facilitate multi-disciplinary research


Laboratories give students the opportunity for practical experience

Sports & Fitness

Marena is the world-class facilities with courts for badminton, tennis, soccer & squash as well as a well-equipped gymnasium


Libraries have publications on the latest developments in oral healthcare

Student Housing

Student hostels are their homes away from homes