Medical imaging technology is an eval Technology which encompasses a variety of advanced imaging modalities that are used in medical diagnosis and interventional procedures. Medical imaging is undergoing a revolution from analog imaging to digital imaging. It shifted from conventional x-ray to new modalities such as Magnetic Resonance imaging (MRI). Radiology departments in hospitals are being renamed as Diagnostic Imaging Departments to indicate the new modalities.

The program would induct students for theoretical and practical training.

Students will develop skills for patient care and monitoring skills, the application of the theories in the selected clinical areas, basic electronics, general radiology, fluoroscopy, computerized mammography, ultrasound, safety practices, team work, interpersonal communications, adaptation, oral and written presentation of technical information, use of technical equipment and problem solving. Students will develop specialties in one or more of the following areas:


 General Radiology, Computed Tomography, Mammography, Fluoroscopy, Contrast Materials, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasonography and Magnetic resonance imaging. The program in the end will yield technical staff trained to provide support in medical imaging to different departments of hospitals. 

A medical imaging technologist is the key member of the health care team. Graduates of medical imaging technology are working as CT, MRI and Nuclear medicine technologists in Government and private hospitals. They are also a part of health care team in reputable institutes including Combined Military Hospital, NORI hospital , Armed Forces Institute Of Radiology and Shaukat Khanum Hospital Lahore and Peshawar. They are producing high quality medical images that assist medical specialists and practitioners to describe diagnosis, monitor and treat the patients’ injury or illness. Medical imaging graduates are also members of teaching faculty of different institutes which are carrying out the program of Medical Imaging. Students are taught as per international criteria which will help in development of their role as technologist capable of appreciation of image elements, image interpretation, teamwork and management. Our graduates have detailed knowledge of ultrasound which helps them in developing their role as sonographers both nationally and internationally.

Supervisor B.Sc. (MIT)

      Dr. Jahangir Khan

Consultant Radiologist

Coordinator B.Sc. (MIT)

      Dr. Qudsia Mushtaq

Women Medical Officer

Faculty Members:

      Dr. Nasir Khan, HOD

Associate Professor of Radiology

      Dr. Misbah Durrani

Assistant Professor

      Dr. Maria Khaliq

Assistant Professor

      Dr. Sana Wasim

Assistant Professor

      Dr. Hareem

Assistant Professor

      Dr.Khaula Riaz

Assistant Professor

      Dr. Hina Hanif

Assistant Professor


Senior Registrar

      Dr. ljaz Hussain

Consultant Radiologist.

      Dr. Ashfaq

Consultant Radiologist.

      Miss Sana

(BSc MIT Lecturer)

      Miss Areeba Ikram

(BSc MIT Lecturer)


Visiting Faculty:

      Dr. Tahir Aziz

Ex-Chief Consultant Radiologist (BBH)

      Miss Kiran Nisar


      Miss Irum Rasheed

First year Fee: 65,000/-


Annual Fee for subsequent years: 60,000/-

      Admission process starts with the publication of advertisement in the month of November/December.

      The candidates applying for admission must have passed the HSSC/F.Sc (pre-medical) examination with not less than 60% marks.

      The candidate will be selected by the admission board. The decisions of admission board in respect of selection and admission shall be finalized.


      Selection will be based on open merit.

In downloads section there should be following things which will be provided by B.Sc (Hons) Admin Office.


      Challan form


      Provisional certificate form


      Transcript/ Degree Application Form

Rawalpindi Medical University

B.Sc (Hons) programme Institute of Allied Health Sciences

New building Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi


Phone: 051-9290770 (Direct) & 051-9290775 Ext:325