Medical Imaging Technology
Medical Imaging Technology course will help you build a decent career in allied healthcare sector. India needs skilled allied healthcare workers. The demand for allied healthcare professionals is increasing with each passing year. Medical imaging technology deals with the clinical analysis of interior parts of human body. This discipline plays a huge role in diagnosing different types of diseases and conditions. Interior organs/parts/tissues of human body are not visible to the naked eye. Doctors need medical imaging technology in order to obtain the visual representations of these organs, tissues and parts. X-Ray, CT Scan, MRI Scan, Sonography, Endoscopy – these are different forms of medical imaging technology. Medical imaging technology can be used to obtain visual representations of bones, muscles, tissues, organs (stomach, intestines, lungs, brain etc). These visual representations are used by Doctors to make clinical analysis. Clinical analysis by a Doctor leads to diagnosis. Based on the diagnosis, a Doctor charts treatment plans and methods.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
This D.Voc. program will train you in areas associated with RAC technology. The program will train you and turn you into a skilled RAC technician. RAC systems contain complex piece of machinery and components. In order to understand the working of RAC systems, one must be knowledgeable in areas such as physics, chemistry, mathematics, electricity and electronics.
BFSI(Banking Financial Service and Insurance)
Banking and finance programs will train you in various aspects related to banking and its allied areas. The program covers topics such as – banking, finance, insurance, investment, risk management, computer application, IT and more. Banking sector is growing at a healthy pace in India. This sector is known to generate ample amount of job opportunities. Within this sector, you will be able to find different job profiles such as – analysts, loan officer, manager, assistant manager, investment banker, IT officer etc.
Digital Technology has facilitated the recent surge in growth of this sector. Online payment systems, cashless transactions, mobile banking, internet banking – technology has changed the face and form of modern banking.