Bachelor of Vocation in Medical Laboratory Technology (B.VoC MLT)

Bachelor of Vocation in Medical Laboratory Technology (B.VoC MLT)

Deepen your understanding of scientific ideas by building on your existing scientific literacy.

More hands-on lab experience and improved practical abilities are what you can expect to take away from B.VoC Medical Lab Technology course Offered by Shri Ram Medical College.

Pathologists, biochemists, clinical chemists, pharmacologists, veterinarians, microbiologists, and bacteriologists all rely on laboratory technicians to perform a variety of tests. You’ll be able to put your understanding of biological systems to use in the fight against disease and for a more secure and pleasant natural environment.

You will offer technical assistance to researchers, manufacturers, and quality assurance testers. You will get to see cellular and tissue changes, conduct chemical tests of blood and other bodily fluids, and help with research under the guidance of experts.

You’ll be in demand in medical facilities, universities, pharmaceutical firms, universities, private pathology labs, commercial labs, and even government agencies with this Skilled Degree under your belt.

The Indian healthcare industry is booming. A Bachelor of Vocational Studies (B. Voc.) in Medical Laboratory Technology is an example of such a significant degree programme in the medical field. Due to the increasing difficulty of the material covered, the original intent of this course has evolved to encompass a wider range of topics.

The subject of medical laboratory technology in India encompasses many subspecialties.

In order to treat a patient, doctors must first identify their ailment, which requires conducting a battery of diagnostic tests. They treat and offer preventative counselling based on the results of these investigations. Medical laboratory Technologist plays a vital role in this context.

Hospitals, medical pathology labs, research labs, urology offices, private laboratories, blood donation facilities, Healthcare centres or clinics, pharmaceutical companies, and private laboratories are all potential employers for medical lab technicians. One can make very well as a Phlebotomist, and also as a freelancer. Aside from hospitals, medical laboratory technicians might work in universities, hospitals, pharmaceutical businesses, and even the armed forces.

Program Outcomes:

  • Under general supervision from a Pathologist or Clinical Laboratory Scientist, perform routine clinical laboratory procedures in Hematology, Chemistry, Immunohematology, and Microbiology within acceptable quality control parameters
  • Exhibit the requisite technical abilities, social maturity, and professional acumen for a laboratory setting.
  • Lab equipment operation and maintenance with an emphasis on quality assurance and security.
  • Recognize and take part in activities that will bring up-to-date knowledge and skill development in the field of medicine practised in the laboratory.