B.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology


B.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology (BMLT)
Intake: 40
Duration: 3 yrs
Eligibility: 12th with PCBE
Tuition Fee: Rs.70,000/-per year

Unique Features of the Programmes

The new programmes in Allied Health Sciences have been introduced with a focus on skill-based training of students that would translate to immediate employability. The burgeoning needs of our nation’s healthcare sector that is growing by leaps and bounds gives perspective to these programs. The high entrepreneurial desires of the new generation have also been addressed through these programmes.  These programmes have been structured and curriculum designed to enhance innovation with incorporation of research projects, electives and sections to address all domains of Knowledge, Attitude, Skills and Communication Skills.

Furthermore, the programmes have an integrated interdisciplinary content that run together with the active professional support and participation from D. Y. Patil Medical College and Hospital for the relevant aspects of General Anatomy & Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology and Microbiology. Additionally, the students will be posted in the D. Y. Patil Hospital for clinical and trade experience during the entire duration of the Programmes.

The programme imparts lessons and training in different types of clinical laboratory and diagnostic tests that are commonly available for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. Special feature of the programme is exposure to diagnostic procedures in the most modern Molecular Biology Lab of the D. Y. Patil Hospital.

A qualified Medical Laboratory Technologist will be able to find opportunities in India/abroad to work in Research laboratories/Biomedical/Genetic units/ health laboratories. One can also have the option to join as Tutor in Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, and as a quality manager in diagnostic laboratories. One can do post-graduation and further can pursue research to contribute to the healthcare delivery system.

The Programme aims at preparing a primary healthcare professional, an “Optometrist” who can independently undertake following activities.