To keep high standard of Patient care and promote excellence in practice by recognizing Qualified Individuals in Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine Interventional Procedures and Radiation Therapy.
Initiating cooperative efforts to provide high quality continuing education for professionals in all areas of the radiological sciences.
Increasing public awareness of issues related to radiation safety and public health.
Maintaining open lines of communication with health care institutions, physicians, and other professionals with mutual interests.
Promoting career advancement and career opportunities in the radiological sciences, regardless of race, color, sex or creed.
Supporting the long-term health and well being of the radiological sciences.
The Association, its Official Journal and Indian College of Radiological Technology will be a non-profitable organization.
To protect and preserve the interest of members.
To assist Government and non-governmental agencies in matters pertaining to Radiology and Medical Imaging, Cancer care, Radiation safety and public health.
To assist in establishing and maintaining high standard of education and training, to elevate the quality of patient care, and to improve the welfare and socio-economic status of radiological technologists.
To enunciate policies concerning the professional status, legislative activity, and the welfare of its members.
To cooperate with external organizations or agencies whose policies are not in conflict with those of Indian Society of Radiographers & Technologists, as may be necessary to maintain continued progress and growth of the Society.
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