The Department of Radio-Imaging technology under the Faculty of Allied Health Sciences at SGT University, Gurugram offers diagnostic services through a wide array of imaging modalities. The Radiology Department is equipped with a number of fixed radiography equipment like MRI, CT, DEXA, DSA, USG (3D, 4D), CR, IITV Fluoroscopy, Conventional Fluoroscopy, Stationary X-Ray Units, Portable X-Ray Units, and Mammography Unit.
The mission of the Radio-Imaging Department is to bring the best technologists with the knowledge and latest skills required to handle the advances in imaging technology for various purposes. There is a great demand for technologists who are skilled & competent. Keeping this in mind, three full-fledged programs are running to fulfill the need and they are Diploma, B.Sc, M.Sc. The Department of Radiology along with the hospital was established in the year 2007 and the courses of Diploma and B.Sc in Radio-Imaging Technology were introduced in the year 2013. M.Sc in Radio-Imaging Technology was introduced in the year 2015 under the Faculty of Allied health Sciences.
The department performs academic activities by the presentation on Scientific conferences, conducts research-based studies (which involve the project works). CBCS(Credit-based choice system) classes in collaboration with medical college faculties. Examinations for B.Sc and M.Sc are conducted according to the semester system.
The department also provides regular updated syllabus and curriculum which is planned in an ordered manner to ensure overall preparation of Radio-Imaging students in form of lectures and clinical training also with newly adopted teaching methodologies likes SIS (Student Interactive Session), Seminars, IT (Integrated Teaching), PPT (PowerPoint Presentations Teaching), RP (Role Play), FGD (Focus Group Discussion)and PD (Panel Discussion). The department of Radio-Imaging is research-oriented. Therefore, research projects are an important tool, which helps the students in developing research skills.