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Updated on 13 Feb, 2012


Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT)

Minimum Duration: 2 Years
Maximum Duration: 4 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 25,000
Minimum Age: No bar
Maximum Age: No bar

Eligibility:

10+2 or its equivalent with science subject (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) with minimum 45% marks
                                                                            Or
10+2 with Medical Laboratory Technology (Vocational background) with minimum 45% marks

 

NOTE : 6 month internship training programme for those who will continue the bachelor degree course as mentioned in the syllabus of aforesaid course.

The objectives of this programme and general information refer Bachelor/B.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology Programme. The main subjects to be covered during the first and second year of this course are the same as for the Degree Course. Within completion of two years of the aforesaid course the candidate after undergoing requisite course module, diploma will be awarded and also have an option to continue if desired, the degree course, within the requisite time schedule as mentioned in the degree course.

 

The Medical Laboratory Technology field has been a tool in the diagnosis and study of the various diseases for proper treatment. Theknowledge in the field of Hematology, Microbiology, Bio-chemistry and General Pathology is of utmost important for any skilled technician. And therefore, in the rapidly growing area of scientific knowledge and skills, laboratory science is an important area of study for Medical Laboratory Technicians. The Laboratory Technology is a basic important and growing science in the health sector. As there is no council to accredit this training programme, there are number of training centres mushrooming everyday without any standard is a great threat to human beings. When improperly trained personnel’s can not provide quality services and ultimately the society suffer without proper diagnosti  inputs.

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