M.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology is a two-year postgraduate programme that emphasises the use of clinical laboratory equipment while educating students about patient care and accurate diagnosis. There are a variety of fascinating courses offered, including those in molecular biology, biochemistry, and human anatomy and physiology.
Throughout the course, students learn about a variety of diseases, their diagnoses, therapies, and ways of prevention. They are also instructed to emphasise doing clinical tests correctly so that a doctor can make a precise diagnosis. It primarily focuses on treatments that will be utilised to treat illnesses once they have been identified, through correct application and oversight. After completion, this course is quite advantageous because it opens up a lot of doors for opportunities with professional scopes in different industries and departments.
Program Education Objective
PEO 1: Established as Skilled professionals with strong multidisciplinary knowledge and technical competence in the field of Medical Laboratory Technology and used the integration of knowledge and competence necessary for success in the profession.
PEO 2: Developed interdisciplinary approach and analytical thinking in designing and solving problems related to pathological and various other Laboratory process using modern analytical tools & techniques wherever necessary.
PEO 3: Attained the skill for understanding group dynamics with the objective to contribute positively towards collaborative activities and demonstrate the capacity for self-management, organizational management and team work through effective communication.
PEO 4: Career for lifelong learning with personal and professional growth, superior work ethics and character towards sustainable betterment of the society by engaging in self-learning methodologies.
Health care administrator
Hospital outreach coordinator
Supervisor of clinical laboratories
Laboratory information system analyst
Health & safety officer
Human Biology and Examinations
Human Anatomy & Physiology - I
Anatomy of human body as a whole, structure of cell and tissues of body: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue and nervous tissue
Introduction to haematology, homeostasis and coagulation. Laboratory reports preparation & interpretation of laboratory findings in hematology and Relevant parameters for an interpretation of laboratory finding in hematology
Physiology of urine formation, Normal composition of urine, Collection of urine Specimen.
Types of urine specimen, preservation of urine.
Biochemical analysis of urine
Routine examination of urine- physical, microscopic examination of urine specimen.
Determination of Urinary haemosiderin
Routine examination of stool.
Medical Lab Techniques and Technology
Techniques followed in hormones assay and different types of standard curve used in immunoassay.
Different types of ELISA and steps for antibody coating, enzyme conjugate preparation, second
antibody preparation. Testing of hormone by ELISA.
Manual components for tissue staining and automated tissue stainer.
Chromosome isolation and grouping.Chromosome staining, karyotyping, gene expression and regulation.Gene
mutation. Cytogenetical basis of inborn error of metabolism.
Cytotechnology – Process of collection, fixative, Errors of cytology, PAP stain. Museum Technology for pathology. Health Hazards in cytology Lab.
Collection, handling and processing of faecal specimens.
Laboratory techniques in paracitological
investigation of stool & Occult blood test
Lab Records and Reporting of results of stool examination.
Sending of faecal specimen for referral services.
Staining of faecal smears and blood films.
Brief description and tabulation of different type data and it’s graphical representation.
Measurement of central tendency: Mean Median, Mode, Range, Standard Deviation, and Variance, Idea of two types of error and its level of significance, Chi-Square Test, Simple linear regression and correlation, Probability Distribution (Binomial, Poisson, Gaussian).
Clinical Research & Bio Informatics
Basics of Clinical Research
Basic terminology used in clinical research
New drug discovery process
Pre clinical toxicology: Carcinogenicity, Mutagenicity, Teratogenicity, Single dose and repeat dose toxicity studies, Reproductive toxicity
Programme Type - PG
Duration - 2 years
Minimum Eligibility - B.Sc. In Medical Laboratory Technology / BMLT
Degree Awarded By -
Admission Fee of Rs. 50000/- to be paid during Admission
It is the advance Master degree level 2year program in MEDICAL Laboratory Technology. This is a professional educational course in Medical Laboratory Technology which will fulfil need of trained manpower in the field of health services. This Medical Laboratory technology course will ensure & help better patient care & diagnosing the patient in accurate manner & direction to achieve optimum result by the medical professionals. To enhance the standard of knowledge and experience of the students in the field of Medical Laboratory Technology and to update them with the newer developments taking place in diagnosis using those technologies. The students will be aware and conversant with latest sophisticated modern Diagnostics Tools. To make the students aware of various bio safety measures meant for staff members and general public.