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Department of B.Voc- MLT


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Diploma in Medical lab technology 01 Jun, 2016 Download
Certificate Course in Medical Lab Technology 19 May, 2022 Download

Course Outcome

Program Outcome – B.Voc

PO1. Perform routine clinical laboratory procedures within acceptable quality control parameters in Hematology, Clinical Chemistry, Immunohematology, Phlebotomy, and Microbiology.

PO2. Perform basic laboratory techniques on biological specimens.

PO3. Recognize factors that affect laboratory procedures and results.

PO4. The course bridges the gap between the pure life sciences and medical sciences.

PO5. The focus of skill development components is to equip students with appropriate knowledge, practice and attitude, so as to become work ready.

PO6. To ensure that the students have adequate knowledge and skills, so that they are work ready at each exit point of the programme.

PO7. Soft skills training empowered the students to collaborate and work together in order to collectively meet the objectives, improved the efficiency and productivity.

PO8. Six months of Internship at relevant health care organizations provides necessary experience and skills to be a professional in the field of medical lab technology.

PO9. Assessment and Certification by LSSSDC creates a robust, dynamic and quality driven ecosystem for laboratory demand led vocational education and skill development in Life Sciences Sector in India.

Program Specific Outcome – B.Voc

PSO 1- A candidate with B. Voc in MLT can easily fit in private hospitals/Govt. hospitals/ clinics/ nursing homes/ diagnostic labs as technologist/technician, Laboratory manager/Consultant/supervisor, Healthcare Administrator, Hospital Outreach coordinator, Laboratory information system Analyst/Consultant, educational consultant / coordinator etc.

PSO 2- B. Voc MLT candidates can pursue PG courses in various fields like Biotechnology, Microbiology, Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Medical Lab Technology etc.           

Course Outcomes – B.VOC  1st year

1st Year

I sem GC 103 [CO1.1 Students will gain an understanding of the importance of laboratory quality and gain the knowledge of the quality management system model.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.2 Acquire fundamental knowledge of laboratory design, spatial organization, physical aspects of premises and rooms. Gain knowledge on safety management programme.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.3 Deep knowledge on equipment, purchasing and inventory management programme.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.4 Inculcates the better understanding of the concept of sample management, quality control for qualitative and semiquantitative procedures.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.5 Gain knowledge on external audit, internal audit and  external quality assessment. Understand international standards, standardization bodies, national standards, technical guidelines, certification and accreditation.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.6 Acquire fundamental knowledge of the recruitment and orientation, competency and competency assessment, training and continuing education and employee performance appraisal.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.7 Understand the laboratory clients, Assessing and monitoring customer satisfaction and Customer satisfaction surveys]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.8 Acquaint the knowledge of Continual improvement, Tools for process improvement, Quality indicators and Implementing process improvement.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.9 Understand the importance of  documents, quality manual, standard operating procedures (SOPs), records and Storing documents and records]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.10 Obtain knowledge on elements of information management, manual paper-based systems, computerized laboratory information systems and data security.]

I sem GC 103 [CO1.11 Gain awareness about Organizational requirements, Management role, Organizational structure, and Organizational functions.]

SC 101 [CO1.1: This will help students to gain basic knowledge about anatomical and medical terminology which is used in medical lab.]

SC 101 [CO1.2:  This will give the basic knowledge about tissues and cells. The study of this  unit help the students easy to understand anatomy of other systems.]

SC 101 [CO1.3: This will help students when they work with doctors in medical lab.]

SC 101 [CO1.4, 5 and 6: This will give knowledge about anatomical, structure and physiology of the systems. Students who go for higher studies or work in medical lab, this basic knowledge helps them to easy understanding.]

SC 101 [CO1.7: In medical evaluation body fluid is the main sample where we can detect the abnormal cells. Therefore one should have proper knowledge about secretion and function of the body fluid.]

SC 102 [CO1.1 Gain awareness about different types of laboratory apparatus, its uses, cleaning procedure and maintenance.]

SC 102 [CO1.2 Understand the importance and steps of specimen collection and processing as specimens are an important part of a holistic assessment. The accurate diagnostic and therapeutic decisions lies in proper patient preparation, specimen collection and processing.]

SC 102 [CO1.3 Gain knowledge on the use of anticoagulants.]

SC 102 [CO1.4 Gain knowledge on the use of preservative.]

SC 102 [CO1.5 Laboratory record keeping is a part of their job as laboratory technicians. This chapter introduces the students to basic lab record keeping techniques and its role.]

SC 102 [CO1.6 Introduces reporting formats and its types.]

Sem SC 103  [CO1.1: Students will have knowledge about branches & scope of Microbiology.]

Sem SC 103  [CO1.2: Students will study the types of microorganisms and their characteristics.]

Sem SC 103  [CO1.3: This provides basic principles and types of microscopes.]

Sem SC 103  [CO1.4: This provides the types and nutritional requirements including micronutrients for bacteria. And also about the general purpose media and other different media which supports the growth of bacteria.]

Sem SC 103  [CO1.5: This provides basic knowledge about how to isolate micro-organisms and preservation of pure cultures.]

Sem SC 103  [CO1.6: Students will understand multiplication of bacteria and different stages of growth. Also they will also get knowledge about different techniques used for the enumeration of bacteria.]

SCP104 [Outcome: Microscopic study of tissues will help students understand the basic system of body. Histological study of different organs will help students understand the function of the organs.]

SCP 105 [Acquire fundamental knowledge of laboratory equipments, and  specimen collection methods. Gain awareness about safety measures and laboratory organization and management. Understand the preparation of  standard normal, molar and percent solution. Obtain knowledge on determination of viscosity, surface tension and density of body fluids, mean and standard deviation of serum samples  and osmosis using hypotonic and hypertonic solution]

SCP 106 [Outcome: Students will understand the safety measures followed in microbiology laboratory. They will learn how to clean and sterilize glass wares and various advanced instruments used for sterilization, inoculation, incubation and separation of microorganisms. They also learn about the preparation of wet mounts]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.1: Define and distinguish the various types of errors encountered in qualitative experimental measurements and apply their skills in minimizing the error.]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.2: Determine the molecular weight of substances using colligative properties]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.3: Recognize and draw constitutional isomers, stereoisomers, including enantiomers and diasteromers, racemic mixture and meso compounds]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.4: Provides the fundamental properties of atoms, molecules, and the various states of matter with an emphasis on the particulate nature of matter]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.5: Understand how the concept of electronegativity and its variation over the periodic table can be used to rationalise the nature of  bonding in substances]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.6: Acquainted with basic knowledge of radiation and nuclear chemistry; requirements, methods of preparation, uses of radioelements]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.7: Apply first and second laws of Thermodynamics to various gas processes and cycles]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.8: Describe the properties of chemical equilibrium and write the equilibrium constant expression (Kc or Kp for gaseous reactions) for a balanced chemical equation.]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.9: Students will determine the rate and extent of chemical reactions]

II SEMESTER B.Voc in MLT - GC 203 [CO2.10: To identify organic compounds, explain their properties and reactions]

SC 201 [CO2.1: This unit helps in understanding the role of kidney in excretion, composition of urine and complications in kidney due to certain disorder. Students can identify the practices which can keep their kidney healthy.]

SC 201 [CO2.2: Study of bones and its position helps in the better understanding of each bone and its function, aiding in the proper posture of an organism.]

SC 201 [CO2.3: This unit helps us in knowing the importance of joints in movement. Knowledge about joints help students to pay attention to their posture during sports activities.]

SC 201 [CO2.4: This helps students to understand the role of brain in the function of any organ system. Study of neuro muscular junction creates analytical ideas in students about the spontaneous work done by brain and the co-ordination]

SC 201 [CO2.5: Studying of nervous system paves way in analysing the different techniques for cognitive neuroscientists]

SC 201 [CO2.6: This chapter helps students to interpret the environment and also gives awareness about the disoders and its prevention.]

SC 201 [CO2.7: From this chapter, students learn about the anatomies of reproductive systems, which helps them to know the advantages of sexual reproduction, role of harmones during gestation period.]

SC 201 [CO2.8: Chemistry of hormones and its action is understood. Gain knowledge about different endocrine glands and their hormones.]

SC 202 [CO2.1 Understand the properties of acids and bases, their strength. Gain knowledge of buffer preparation and importance of pH and buffers in biological system.]

SC 202 [CO2.2 Acquire fundamental knowledge of structure, properties and biological function of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids & proteins and nucleotides. Assimilate the clinical significance of steroids and lipoproteins and gain knowledge about the membrane composition, behavior and function. Gain insight about functions of proteins by learning their structures.]

SC 202 [CO2.3Understand the characteristics of enzymes, their mechanisms, assay methods and its importance in biological reactions.]

SC 203 [CO2.1: This provides knowledge about differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes.]

SC 203 [CO2.2: This gives knowledge on morphology & ultra structure of bacteria.]

SC 203 [CO2.3: It deals with Transposons and bacterial recombination]

SC 203 [CO2.4: Detailed description on different types of bacterial reproduction.]

SC 203 [CO2.5: This unit provides knowledge on aerobic & anaerobic respiration of microorganisms.]

SC 203 [CO2.6: Students will have complete knowledge about different methods of sterilization-Physical & chemical methods]

SC 203 [CO2.7: Different staining techniques used for the identification of bacteria.]

SCP 204 [Study of histology of tissues helps them to understand the functions of organs.]

SCP 204 [Physiological experiments like qualitative analysis of urine makes it easier for them to understand the physiology of the system.]

SCP 205 [Understand the Preparation of different buffers and titrations. Gain knowledge about qualitative analysis of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, amino acids and estimation methods of carbohydrates, proteins, DNA and RNA by using different estimation methods.]

SCP 206 [Practically perfom different staining techniques to observe the morphology of bacteria. Learn the cultivation of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria and effect of antiseptics and disinfectant on the growth of micro-organisms]

Course Outcomes – B.VOC 2nd year

2nd Year

III SEMESTER -GC 303 [CO3.1: Students will gain  basic working knowledge of all the hardware components of the computer and the software requirements to boot the system with its functions.]

III SEMESTER -GC 303 [CO3.2: Students will be exposed to the usage of different most widely used software packages which will help them in their future placements.]

III SEMESTER -GC 303 [CO3.3: The advantages and disadvantages of internet usage will provide good awareness to students.]

III SEMESTER -GC 303 [CO3.4: Discussion of different biological databases will provide in depth knowledge and it is an advantage for higher studies also placements.]

SC 301 [CO3.1: Describes different types of blood cells and their origin.]

SC 301 [CO3.2: Routine hematology tests will be studied & are used in the identification of many diseases.]

SC 301 [CO3.3: Students will have knowledge on coagulation of blood & its mechanism.]

SC 301 [CO3.4: Students will study special hematalogical tests which are used in the diagnosis of many carcinomas and hereditary diseases.]

SC 301 [CO3.5: Students will study causes of different carcinomas & hereditary diseases.]

SC 301 [CO3.6: Describes different types of blood groups.]

SC 301 [CO3.7: Students will study method of collection of blood, separation of different blood cells and their storage.]

SC 301 [CO3.8: Tests used during blood transfusion like minor & major cross matching will be studied here.]

SC 302 [CO 3.1 Obtain the basic knowledge on the concept of anabolism, catabolism of biomolecules and compartmentalization of metabolic pathways.]

SC 302 [CO 3.2 To know the importance of high energy compounds, energy coupling, electron transport chain and synthesis of ATP under aerobic and anaerobic conditions in the cell.]

SC 302 [CO 3.3 To understand the fundamental biochemical process that ensures a constant supply of energy to living cells. Gain insight about group of metabolic disorders associated with carbohydrate metabolism.]

SC 302 [CO 3.4 Acquire knowledge about synthesis and breakdown of fatty acids and ketone bodies. Understand the effect of abnormal amounts of lipids in blood and overproduction of ketone bodies in causing diseases.]

SC 302 [CO 3.5 Gain basic knowledge general reactions of amino acid degradation and understand the purpose of the urea cycle to eliminate toxic ammonia from the body.]

SC 302 [CO 3.6 Acquire knowledge of synthesis of building blocks of nucleic acids and outcome of excessive degradation of nucleic acids.]

SC 302 [CO 3.7 Gain familiarity about the rare diseases that affect small percentage of population]

SC 303 [CO3.1: This describes normal flora of human body, human body's natural defense mechanism against microorganism, different types of infections.]

SC 303 [CO3. 2: Importance of pathogenic microorganisms will be studied in this unit.]

SC 303 [CO3.3: It deals with guidelines for selection, collection & transportation of different body specimens for the diagnosis of bacterial infections.]

SCP 304 [Students will understand and perform various hematological tests and the interpretation of results. Tests like complete blood count will help them understand the corelate the concepts studied in theory paper.]

SCP 305 [Understand the estimation of  the blood components  like glucose, hemoglobin, albumin and globulin proteins present in  the blood.]

SCP 305 [Estimation of  total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, calcium, bilirubin from the serum samples by using different estimation methods.]

SCP 306 [Helps students to understand the concepts related to common flora of our body and different tests to isolate and characterize them.]

GC 403 [CO4.1: Students will be taught - how to operate routine laboratory instruments - water bath, oven, incubators, water distillation plant, water deionizers, refrigerators, cold box, deep freezer, reflux condenser, balances- single pan, double pan, triple balance, direct read out electrical balances, pH meter.]

GC 403 [CO4.2: students will gain knowledge about various instruments used in hospitals - ventilators, nebulizers, humidifier, spirometer, ECG recorder, treadmill, pacemaker, angiography, fingertip pulse oximeter, colour doppler and heart lung machine.]

GC 403 [CO4.3: This describes principle, applications and types of centrifuges.]

GC 403 [CO4.4: This describes principle, applications and types of Chromatography.]

GC 403 [CO4. 5: This describes principle, applications and types of Electrophoresis.]

GC 403 [CO4.6: This describes principle, applications and types of Spectrophotometry.]

GC 403 [CO4.7: Students will study principle and applications of various semi-automatic & automatic analyzers which will be used in diagnostic laboratories.]

GC 403 [CO4.8: Students will study principle and applications of various advanced instruments - ELISA reader, flow cytometer, PCR and point of care Testing (POCT) devices.]

SC 401 [CO4.1: Proper organization gives good results; therefore it is very important to have good knowledge about organization of lab.]

SC 401 [CO4.2: Decalcification and casting procedure is other two important steps that students will learn in this unit. It gives knowledge about decalcification and casting.]

SC 401 [CO4.3: Students will learn about taking the section, fixing the blade and very important thing students have theoretical knowledge about trouble shooting for poor sections. Also they will study about principle of different microtome and staining principle and techniques]

SC 401 [CO4.4: Students will learn about techniques in smear preparation for different samples. This knowledge will give more assurance to the students to work in medical laboratory.]

SC 402 [CO4.1 Gain an understanding of chemical and molecular processes that occur in and between cells. Compare and contrast the structures of DNA and RNA]

SC 402 [CO4.2 Deciphers different steps involved in the process of replication and to understand its mechanism.]

SC 402 [CO4.3 Gives a detailed insight of different repair mechanisms operating in the cell.]

SC 402 [CO4.4 Introduces central dogma concept and elucidates different steps involved in the synthesis of RNA from DNA and its associated enzymes.]

SC 402 [CO4.5 Introduces the concept of genetic code and wobble hypothesis. Steps contributing to the synthesis of proteins from RNA are mastered.]

SC 402 [CO4.6 It gives a basic knowledge about the immune system, which is very much essential to understand immunology related advancement in various fields]

SC 402 [CO4.7 To learn the principles behind the method used to develop polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies and its importance in application in research and diagnosis.]

SC 402 [CO4.8 To learn the principle and components of humoral immune response.]

SC 402 [CO4.9 To understand different types of hypersensitivity reactions]

SC 403 [CO4.1: Students will study general properties, classification and many pathogenic viruses in this chapter.]

SC 403 [CO4.2: This describes properties, classification and cultivation of fungi. Also they study different diseases caused by pathogenic fungi.]

SC 403 [CO4.3: In this chapter, students study characteristics, life cycle, pathogenesis and treatment of important pathogenic parasites.]

SC 403 [CO4.4: This provides guidelines for selection, collection and transportation for handling specimens for microbiological evaluation- fungi, viruses and parasites]

SCP 404 [ Students will learn about fixing, labeling, displaying the specimen. This also will give knowledge to the students about hoe to maintain the different samples in medical lab. Nuclear staining technique will give the knowledge about how to identify different types of cells based on the shape of nucleus. Nuclear stains help to study the nucleus.]

SCP 405 [Various methods of DNA isolation will be learnt. Students gain a deeper understanding of various hematological tests which can establish the condition of health and disease.]

SCP 405 [Immunoprecipitation reactions will help students understand the antigen-antibody complex formation and precipitation.]

SCP 406 [Demonstration of Collection, Transport and Processing of specimens for the evaluation of fungi from skin, nail & hair.]

SCP 406 [Demonstration of collection, transport and processing of specimens for the evaluation of parasites from blood and stool samples.]

SCP 406 [Demonstration of collection, transport and processing of specimens for the evaluation of viruses]

SCP 406 [Demonstration of serological tests for the diagnosis of HIV & Hepatitis B virus.]

Course Outcomes – B.Voc 3rd year

3rd Year

GC 501 [CO5.1: This topic plays an important role in creating self awareness and social awareness about hygiene, nutritional importance and need for public health. The knowledge of above concepts creates an opportunity to work in health sectors too.]

GC 501 [CO5.2: The primary objective of the topic is to create awareness about the diseases, its epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention and cure. It enables students to educate people who are unaware and create social awareness among people.]

GC 501 [CO5.3: This topic provides an exposure to available medicine alternative to the allopathic medicines and their importance, which may drive students towards research in  the respective fields.]

GC 501 [CO5.4: This topic provides detailed information which enables students to take up career in environmental sciences and to take up careers in the fields of environmental research and learning. It enables students to work in NGO's as volunteer in cleanliness drive and participate in motivation people for the betterment]

GC 502 [CO5.2: Differentiate between different methods of communication. Discuss the importance of effective communication in business, effectively use charts, diagrams, and other graphics in business messages and identify potential sources.]

GC 502 [CO5.2: Effective interpersonal skills can help you during the job interview process and can have a positive impact on your career advancement. By demonstrating that you are dependable, taking the initiative to lead and have a positive impact on your colleagues, you can develop a strong reputation as a collaborative teammate.]

GC 502 [CO5.3: Group discussions offer an opportunity for extended speaking and listening. Helps individuals identify weakness and strengths, helps brainstorming with conceptual learning. Group discussion practice and skill development is therefore useful for all students.]

GC 502 [CO5.4: Transition from campus to career needs more attention as it involves a lot of planning. The objective of planning must ensure that the person possesses the necessary skills to enable the person to cope up with corporate culture and climate.]

GC 502 [CO5.5: Students can understand the function of the entrepreneur in the successful, commercial application of innovations, explore entrepreneurial leadership and management style. Identify personal attributes that enable best use of entrepreneurial opportunities.]

GC 503 [CO5.1: To understand the basic concepts in pharmacology and the pharmacological basis of therapeutics.]

GC 503 [CO5.2: To introduce students to the core principles of drug action in terms of bioavailability, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and mechanism of action of drugs in the treatment of diseases.]

GC 503 [CO5.3: To introduce students to the core principles of drug action in terms of bioavailability, drug efficacy, side effects, toxicities, drug interactions, mechanism of action of drugs in the treatment of diseases.]

GC 503 [CO5.4: To introduce students understand toxicities, drug interactions of antibiotics.]

SC 501 [CO5.1: Students will be taught urinary system.]

SC 501 [CO5.2: This unit describes collection & preservation methods prior to analysis.]

SC 501 [CO5.3: This chapter describes physical, chemical and microscopic examination]

SC 501 [CO5.4: Constituents of semen and specimen collection will be taught to the students.]

SC 501 [CO5.5: This describes physical, chemical & microscopic examination of semen.]

SC 501 [CO5.6: Specimen collection, microscopic examination and chemical examination]

SC 501 [CO5.7: Constituents of stool and specimen collection will be taught to the students.]

SC 501 [CO5. 8: This describes physical, chemical and  microscopic examination of stool.]

SC 501 [CO5. 9: Specimen collection and processing for the examination of cholera.]

SC 501 [CO5.10: This deals with Formation, composition, Function and collection of CSF.]

SC 501 [CO5.11: This describes physical, chemical and  microscopic Examination of CSF]

SC 501 [CO5. 12: Students will study methods of collection, transportation and handling of sputum.]

SC 501 [CO5.13: Physical, microscopic examination and laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis.]

SCP 502 [CO5.1 Introduces basic biochemistry of blood and tests done using blood to assess health.]

SCP 502 [CO5.2 Different body fluids are studied and its functions are elucidated. The biochemical parameters associated with the fluids for the assessment of health and disease are studied.]

SCP 502 [CO5.3 Role of electrolytes in maintenance of homeostasis is introduced and its measurements. This study helps in understanding the health and disease of human body associated with electrolytes.]

SCP 502 [CO5.4 Gain an understanding on functions of organs in maintenance of life. Introduces the concepts of organ function tests and biochemical parameters associated with the organs and to measure them to know organs health.]

SC 503 [CO5.1: Students understand general properties, resistance  mechanism of antibiotics, antimicrobial sensitivity tests. Also they study antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antiprotozoan and anti helminthic agents.]

SC 503 [ CO5.2: Students will be knowing nosocomial infection-mode of transmission and control. Also they study epidemiologic evaluation - laboratory procedures and problems in epidemiologic evaluation.]

SC 503 [CO5.3: This describes typing methods and techniques in phenotypic and genotypic methods.]

SC 503 [CO5.4: Students understands mechanism of injury-direct tissue invasion, envenomation, vesication. Transmission of infectious agents, biological characteristics of arthropods and classification, specimen handling and examination.]

SC 503 [CO5.5: Students study transmission and control of laboratory acquired infections]

SC 503 [CO5. 6: This unit describes microbial flora of food, Microbiological examination of foods and  important food borne pathogens.]

SC 503 [CO5.7: This unit describes chemical & microbiological characteristics, microbiological examination of water and water borne pathogens.]

SC 503 [CO6.8: This unit describes  isolation of micro-organisms from air. Bioaerosol  control. Important air borne pathogens, bioburden]

SCP 504 [Students will perform physical, chemical and microscopic examination of urine.]

SCP 504 [Physical, chemical and microscopic examination of semen, stool and CSF will be demonstrated.]

SCP 504 [ Examination of sputum. Also they study Laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis]

PT 5 SCP 505 [Gastric juice analysis helps students perform the gastric profile teasting to analyse the gastric health.]

PT 5 SCP 505 [Understand the different electrolytes(sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium) estimation methods and their clinical significance.]

PT 5 SCP 505 [Estimation of different enzymesalong with their clinical significance. Basic idea about different urine collection methods and their analysis.]

SCP 506 [Determine the Antimicrobial susceptibity tests and MIC by different methods.]

SCP 506 [Students will isolate microorganisms from different food sources and air]

SCP 506 [Students perform different techniques to determine the quality of milk and water.]

SCP 506 [Isolation of microbes from different indoor and hospital environments.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [Students will learn how to handle the patients and specimens.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [They learn blood drawing techniques, collection and storage.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [They perform routine clinical laboratory procedures.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [They learn to do quality checks in clinical laboratory.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [They learn to operate advanced instruments like semi-auto & automatic analyzers, hematology analyzers, ELISA reader, PCR machine etc.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [They perform routine tests in hematology, serology, pathology,biochemistry and microbiology.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [They learn to report the results.]

VI SEMESTER: Internship [Students will learn to communicate with patients and give instructions to collect different samples.]



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