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ParaMedical in DMLT Course

Duration- 2 Year

Eligibility- Intermediate

Age- Minimum age 17 years


GANDHI GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS providing ParaMedical in DMLT that are short duration courses which can help you to make career in a short span of time.



• reporting and documenting their medical investigations.

• conducting research studies supervised by medical researchers.

• maintaining report accuracy.

• conducting complex tests.

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ParaMedical in DMRT Course

Duration- 2 Year

Eligibility- Intermediate

Age- - Minimum age 17 years


Students who are interested in learning about Radiotherapy and want to do something to cure lethal diseases such as Cancer are well suited to this program. The career options in Diploma in Radiology Therapy course include employment in various organizations such as All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).

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ParaMedical in DOT Course

Duration- 2 Year

Eligibility- Intermediate


Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology is a Diploma level Operations Theatre Technology program. This program prepares aspirants to work in the operation theatre as a competent reliable technologist among the other team members of a healthcare department, under the supervision and guidance of senior doctors and Technical persons in their delivery of patient care.

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ParaMedical in DECG Course

Duration- 2 Year

Eligibility- Intermediate

Age- Minimum age 17 years


An ECG technician is responsible for operating equipment that measure heart beat of the patient in order to allow physicians to treat with the problems. Diploma in ECG technology course to train qualified professionals who demonstrate a particular set of skills to work in difficult situations. .

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ParaMedical in DRESSER Course

Duration- 1 Year

Eligibility- 10th Pass

Age- Minimum age 14 years


A Dresser program prepares aspirants to work in the operation theatre as a competent reliable technologist among the other team members of a healthcare department, under the supervision and guidance of senior doctors and Technical persons in their delivery of patient care.


• Stem bleeding – to help to seal the wound to expedite the clotting process.

• Protection from infection – to defend the wound against germs and mechanical damage.

• Absorb exudate – to soak up blood, plasma, and other fluids exuded from the wound, containing it/them in one place and preventing maceration

• Ease pain – either by a medicated analgesic effect, compression or simply preventing pain from further trauma.

• Debride the wound – to remove slough and foreign objects from the wound to expedite healing.

• Reduce psychological stress – to obscure a healing wound from the view of the patient and

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