Course: Bachelor of Science ( Medical Lab Technology )
|Objective||Medical Laboratory Technologist are allied healthcare professionals. Diagnosis of the disease is the stage when MLT professionals come into play. Doctors refer the patients to medical labs so that they may get tested and correct diagnosis can be made. MLT professionals, by testing samples of urine, blood, stool or other body tissues, makes the correct diagnosis and sends the report back to the Doctor.|
|Course Duration||3 ½ Years including six months internship
|Passed 10+2 (PCB group) from any recognized board (English as one of the subject) with minimum 50 % marks taken together and Clear pass in each subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually. In case of candidates belonging to SC/ ST must have obtained 45% instead 50%.
|Admission Process||Admission is made only in 1st year and is made once in a year.
The candidate, who fulfils the eligibility criteria shall get registered.
The candidate is required to appear in written test on notified date.
The merit list shall be prepared based on test and the admission list will be notified.
|How to Apply||A candidate seeking admission shall contact admission cell and get registered with university on the prescribed form.
All registered candidates shall appear in the written admission test on date assigned and collect information for admission test.
Candidates as per admission list shall report for admission.
|Medium of Instruction||The medium of instruction and examination is English|
|Fee||Candidates shall be required to deposit various fee applicable – Admission Fee Rs.5000/-
Development Fee Rs.10000/-
Annual Tuition Fee Rs.70000/-
Enrolment, Examination and other fee shall be extra as notified.
|Hostel annual charges shall be as per the category of hostel opted. However cooperative messing charges shall be payable as decided.|
|Assistance||Candidate may contact in person at campus or over phone
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