• Establishment Year

    Old

    1882

    age > 130 years

  • Institute type

    University Campus

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Faculty

A variety of teaching and learning techniques are employed to impart knowledge and skills to students at Centre for Nuclear Medicine, Panjab University.

More about Centre for Nuclear Medicine, Panjab University

Centre for Nuclear Medicine is affiliated to Panjab University. Institute offers Master of Science in Nuclear Medicin courses. 

Courses Offered at Centre for Nuclear Medicine, Panjab University

The Centre is offering Master of Science in Nuclear Medicine course.

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Master of Science (Nuclear Medicine)
Affiliated to Panjab University
Accrediated by Other
  • INR

    Total Course Fee

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    Mandatory fees for the total duration of the degree. Doesn't includes overages like transport, hostel, etc. if they are optional.

    50,000
  • Duration

    24 months

Course details

The institute offers Master of Science Course in Nuclear Medicine. It is a two years full time degree programme.
Admission Criteria:

Candidate should have passed B.Sc. (Pass or Honours) from a recognized University having at least 50% marks in the aggregate from Panjab University or from any other University recognized by the Syndicate or equivalent there to with Physics and Chemistry or Chemistry and Biology as core subjects, Candidates. Having recognized B.Sc. (Pass or Honours) at least 50% marks in the aggregate in Biophysics.

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The institute's infrastructure is well furnished with all modern facilities.

Classroom
All the classrooms of the institute is well furnished with all modern facilities.
Laboratory
All labs are well equipped with latest equipment.
Library
The institute library has a collection of over 6.4 lakh publications which include books, bound volumes of journals, theses/dissertations, rare books, reports, government documents, back files of newspapers, and a prized collection of 1490 manuscripts.

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