B.Sc Cardiac Technology

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B.Sc Cardiac Technology

Course Overview:

 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Cardiac Technology, also known as B.Sc Cardiac Care Technology in many colleges in India, is an undergraduate program designed to train students in the management and care of patients with cardiovascular diseases. This is one of the top paramedical courses in Bangalore that focuses on equipping students with the knowledge and skills required to assist in diagnosing and treating cardiac patients, operate cardiac equipment, and provide support to cardiac healthcare professionals. B.Sc in Cardiac Care Technology will give you an idea of all the intricacies of the heart and its functionalities.
Delve into a comprehensive BSc Cardiac Technology program and learn about exploration of the heart's electrical conduction system and its pivotal role in cardiac function. The program places emphasis on mastering hemodynamic monitoring, cardiac catheterization principles, and a thorough examination of prevalent cardiac diseases, including coronary artery disease, heart failure, arrhythmias, and valvular heart disease. Equip yourself with essential skills to operate imaging equipment, capture diagnostic images, and analyse results for effective diagnosis and monitoring.

With a focus on critical thinking, ethical practice, and effective communication, graduates of this program are well-prepared for roles as cardiac technologists, contributing to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cardiovascular diseases in diverse healthcare settings. There are several top Cardiac Care Technology colleges in Bangalore, including JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) where you can pave the way for a successful and impactful career in cardiovascular healthcare.

Eligibility for B.Sc Cardiac Technology:

The minimum qualification for eligibility of B.Sc Cardiac Technology is a pass in 12th std/PUC in science stream from CBSE/ISC or any other equivalent board, with a minimum 50% in PCMB and a pass in English.

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Curriculum Structure:

The B.Sc Cardiac Technology subjects are thoughtfully structured to provide students with a well-rounded education that prepares them to excel in this critical healthcare discipline.

Semester Name of the subject
Semester 1
  • Anatomy -I
  • Physiology -I
  • Pathology -I
  • English-I
  • Computer Applications
  • Open Elective
  • Practical- Anatomy & Physiology -I
Semester 2
  • Anatomy -II
  • Physiology -II
  • Pathology -II
  • Introduction to Cardiac Technology -I
  • English -II
  • Legal Aspects of Healthcare
  • Open Elective
  • Mind Management & Human Values –II
Semester 3
  • Biochemistry -I
  • Microbiology -I
  • Introduction to Cardiac Technology -II
  • Medicine Relevant to specialisation
  • Communicative English
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Open Elective
  • Environmental studies
  • Internship
  • Project Centric Learning (PCL)-3
Semester 4
  • Biochemistry -II
  • Microbiology -II
  • Cardiac Technology -Clinical
  • Open Elective
  • Indian Constitution
  • Practical-Biochemistry and Microbiology-II
  • Internship
  • Project Centric Learning (PCL)-4
Semester 5
  • Cardiac Technology- Applied
  • Practical Applied Pathology-I
  • Practical-Cardiac Technology Applied
  • Internship
  • Project Centric Learning (PCL)-5
Semester 6
  • Applied Pharmacology -II
  • Applied Microbiology -II
  • Applied Pathology -II
  • Cardiac Technology- Advanced
  • Practical-Cardiac Technology Advanced
  • Internship
  • Project Centric Learning (PCL)-6v
Semester 7 & 8
  • Internship/on job training

Studies after B.Sc Cardiac Technology:

After completing B.Sc Cardiac Technology, there are several further study options you can consider to advance your career and deepen your expertise in the field. Here are three to four options:

Master's in Cardiovascular Technology or Cardiovascular Science: Pursuing a master's degree in cardiovascular technology or a related field which is also provided by several good Cardiac Technology colleges in Bangalore, can equip you with advanced knowledge and skills. This may include specialised areas such as interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, or echocardiography. It can also open up opportunities for leadership roles in healthcare settings.

Postgraduate Diploma in Healthcare Management: This program will equip you with skills in healthcare policy, administration, and leadership, allowing you to contribute to the efficient functioning of cardiac care units.

Ph.D. in Cardiovascular Science or a Related Field: If you have a strong interest in research and academia, pursuing a Ph.D. can be a pathway. This allows you to delve deeply into cardiovascular science, contribute to research in the field, and potentially teach at the university level.

Fellowship Programs in Interventional Cardiology or Electrophysiology: Consider enrolling in fellowship programs that focus on interventional cardiology or electrophysiology. These programs provide hands-on, specialised training in these advanced areas of cardiac care, making you an expert in specific procedures and technologies.

Career Progression after pursuing B.Sc Cardiac Technology:

Duration Roles and responsibilities Salary
0-3 years

Conducting ECGs, stress tests, and Holter monitoring.

Average monthly earnings ranging from ₹75,000 to ₹225,000, depending on location and specific job roles.

3-5 years

Cardiac Technologist or Cardiac Sonographer.

Average monthly earnings ranging from ₹225,000 to ₹375,000, depending on location and specific job roles.

5-10 years

Cardiac Catheterization Technician or Cardiovascular Perfusionist, and may have taken on leadership or supervisory positions within your workplace.

Average Monthly earnings ranging from ₹300,000 to ₹525,000, depending on location and specific job roles.

10 years and beyond

Clinical Coordinator, Cardiac Nurse Specialist, or even holding administrative positions in cardiac care units.

Monthly earnings can range from ₹450,000 to ₹750,000 or higher, reflecting your advanced expertise and contributions to the field.

Please Note: Salaries can significantly increase based on leadership roles and responsibilities. These salary ranges are approximate and can vary based on factors like the size and reputation of the employer, the candidate's expertise, and the region of employment.
Salaries can vary based on prevailing market dynamics and individual skill levels.

School of Allied Healthcare and Sciences | JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)

Why B.Sc Cardiac Technology at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)?

  • In choosing JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) for your B.Sc in Cardiac Technology, you are opting for an unparalleled educational journey, where academic distinction, practical experience, and scientific knowledge converge to prepare you for a future in the ever-evolving field of Cardiac Technology.
  • We are not just providing strong fundamentals of subjects which are typical to the contents of the syllabus prescribed for most of the BSc Cardiac Technology colleges in Bangalore, but we also empower our students to be strong fundamentally. Testament to that is our various student forums that fervently speak of their vision and ideas.

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) is not merely a college; it is an esteemed institution renowned for its commitment to academic excellence. We consistently rank as one of the top 10 paramedical colleges in Bangalore, a testament to our dedication to nurturing talent and fostering knowledge. At JAIN, we take pride in providing a dynamic learning environment, fostering a deep understanding of cardiac health and cutting-edge technologies.


3 years degree program + 1 year on job training


B.Sc Cardiac Technology

No. of Credits

160 as specified

Careers after B.Sc Cardiac Technology:

B.Sc Cardiac Technology in India offers a promising career in the healthcare sector. As the healthcare industry continues to grow, so does the demand for qualified cardiac care technologists.

  • Cardiac Technologist/Technician
  • Cardiac Sonographer
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Clinical Research Assistant
  • Medical Sales Representative
  • Public Health Specialist
  • Education and Training
  • Cardiovascular Researcher
  • Home Healthcare Provider