Criteria for Membership

Member: Membership shall be opened to all Medical Physicists and Biomedical Engineers working in the field of medical physics (radiation oncology physics, diagnostic radiological physics, nuclear medicine physics, medical health physics and other subfields of medical physics) in hospitals, clinics, universities, research institutes and private enterprises. The Member shall be entitled to participate in the Annual General Body Meetings and Special General Body Meetings and shall have the right to vote and contest for an elective office of the Society. He/She shall be entitled to all privileges periodically defined by the General Body.
Life-time Member: (i) A person qualified to become a member may become a Life Member by paying the prescribed fees for the Life Membership. (ii) 'Life Members' shall be entitled in addition to the rights and the privileges of a member of the Society, those defined by the General Body from time to time.
Associate Member: (i) Associate Members could be graduate or post-graduate or part time medical physics students. (ii) Associate Members shall be entitled to the rights and the privileges of a member of the Society except for the right to vote and to hold an elective office of the Society.
Promoting Member: (i) Radiation Oncologists, Radiologists, Nuclear medicine doctors, Nuclear Physicists, Physicists, Engineers and others who are interested in medical physics and like to support the aims and functions of the society can be promoting members of this Society. (ii) Promoting Members shall be entitled to the rights and the privileges of a member of the Society except for the right to vote and to hold an elective office of the Society
Honorary Member: Honorary Members shall be persons with distinction who have rendered outstanding service either in the field of medical physics and medical sciences or to the Society. This type of membership may be conferred by the General Body. For conferring such a membership a written proposal shall be submitted by the Executive Committee to the General Body.
Institutional Member: One representative from any institution or organization, engaged in or promoting the use of medical physics, is eligible to become an institutional member of the Society. The representative can participate in meetings and has the privileges defined by the General and Special Body. The representative shall have the right to vote but shall not hold an elective office of the society.
Additional Categories of Membership: Industrial Membership: One representative from a company active in the field of medical devices can be a member of this society. The representative can participate in meetings and has the privileges defined by the General and Special Body. The representative shall neither have the right to vote nor to hold an elective office of the society.