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Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Anaesthesia Technology

in Narayana Hrudayalaya Institute of Medical Science, Bangalore

₹97000 per year/ sem
Overview
Stream

Allied Health

Medium

English

Duration

4 Years

Modes

Full Time

Course detail and strucutre

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Anaesthesia Technology is a 4 year full-time undergraduate degree in Narayana Hrudayalaya Institute of Medical Science. The course trains a student about anaesthesia equipment, anaesthesia agents, techniques as well as the dosage in order to ensure better monitoring of the patient. Training in this subject helps a student to choose the right anaesthetic treatment for a patient and its dosage. A student who is a graduate in Anaesthesia Technology can be hired as Anaesthesia Technician, Medical Consultant, Anaesthetist, Paediatrician, Clinical Associate, Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthetist etc.

Fees Details
* Fees are subjective to change based on various factors
College Fees

3.5-Years Full-Term

Per Year

₹97000/-

Eligibility
Stream

Minimum Eligibility to Apply

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Anaesthesia Technology

Candidates should pass 12th Standard with HSC, PUC, or A-Level or an equivalent examination with physics, chemistry, and biology and with English as one of the subjects. The candidate should have completed 17 years of age on the 31st of December in the year of admission.

Placement and Career

The college offers top-notch medical training to the students as per the industry standards and placement opportunities in top hospitals. 

Salary Trends

0-2 Years

Rs. 2,94,791

* Salary Trends are subjective to change based on various factors
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Job description

Average salary

Anaesthesia Technician

Anaesthesia Technicians are healthcare professionals that assist doctors/surgeons/Anaesthetists/Anaesthesiologists before or during a surgery by giving the appropriate dose of anaesthesia to the patients. They are mostly in the supporting role and work in the ICUs, emergency wards and departments, and operation theatres.

Rs. 2,94,791

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