DMRT stands for Diploma in Radiology Therapy. It is a PG course that is offered by various colleges and universities in India for a duration of two years. DMRT is one of the most popular courses that students opt for in the field of medical diagnosis and medical science. It focuses solely on the several medical techniques and procedures that are conducted to fight against the deadly diseases found in the human body which includes everything from COVID to third-stage cancer.
This course covers a major portion of cancer and its treatment via proper diagnosis and medical procedures and also deals with various internal body diseases, as a result of which diagnoses of various hidden parts of the human body can be conducted.
To be eligible to apply for this course, a student must have passed Class XII or its equivalent in a relevant discipline from any recognized board in the country. Admissions will be done on the basis of the candidate’s performance in the Class XII exams. However, there are some colleges that offer admission to this course on the basis of the candidate’s performance in the entrance exams.
In order to seek admission to this course in colleges or universities in India, students need to pay an average fee of INR 27,000 to 66,000 per year, which will vary based on the type of institution.