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Program Overview

Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology, also known as B.Sc. MLT is a three-year undergraduate program in the field of allied health sciences that teaches the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases through the use of new-age clinical laboratory tests. Medical Laboratory Technology experts who are known as Medical Laboratory Scientists play a vital role in collecting the samples and information needed for treating the pathology cases. They also examine and analyze body fluids, tissues, blood, microorganisms, etc. of the human body.

Admission Eligibility Criteria

All those candidates who have passed 10+2 with Physics & Chemistry as compulsory subjects and either Mathematics or Biology from recognized Board / University / Council or 10+2 with a vocational course in Medical Laboratory Science / Medical Laboratory Technology with at least 50% marks (45% marks in case of candidate belonging to Reserved Category) in aggregate.

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Curriculum

Essential Biology
The study of essential biology will improve awareness of living systems and also enables you to think about how those systems relate to self and other living things in the environment.

General Microbiology
This subject gives the general insight into the history and basics of medical microbiology and imparts the knowledge about the equipment used in Medical Microbiology and basic procedures done in medical microbiology laboratory i.e., microscopy, sterilization, disinfection, culture methods required to perform different microbiological tests in clinical microbiology lab and biomedical waste management.

Basics of Biochemistry
The main objective of the subject is to impart knowledge of apparatus, units, equipment, and volumetric analysis in the laboratory of clinical Biochemistry.

English
The objective of this course is to introduce students to the theory, fundamentals, and tools of communication. The course is designed to help the students to become independent users of the English language.

Human Values, De-addiction, and Traffic Rules
To facilitate the development of a Holistic perspective among students towards life, profession, and happiness, based on a correct understanding of the human reality and the rest of Existence. Such a holistic perspective forms the basis of Value-based living in a natural way.

General Microbiology- Practical
The study of essential biology will improve awareness of living systems and also enables you to think about how those systems relate to self and other living things in the environment.

Essential Biology Practical
The study of essential biology will improve awareness of living systems also enables you to think about how those systems relate to self and other living things in the environment.

English Practical/ Laboratory
Students will become proficient in professional communication such as interviews, group discussions, and business office environments, important reading skills as well as writing skills such as report writing, note-taking, etc.

Human Values, De-addiction and Traffic Rules (Lab/Seminar)
To help the students appreciate the essential complementarily between ‘VALUES’ and ‘SKILLS’ to ensure sustained happiness and prosperity which are the core aspirations of all human beings.

Mentoring and Professional Development
The objective of mentoring will be the development of Overall Personality, Aptitude (Technical and General), General Awareness (Current Affairs and GK), Communication Skills, and Presentation Skills.

Systemic Bacteriology
This subject will give information about the different types of bacterial culture procedures, staining procedures, and Biochemical tests used for the identification of bacteria. The students will learn morphology cultural characteristics, biochemical characteristics & laboratory diagnoses of various bacteria.

Biochemical metabolism
This subject shall give information about all the major metabolic pathways occurring in our body. The students will learn the details about the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, enzymes & the deficiency diseases related to them.

Human Anatomy and Physiology-I
Students will be able to learn the terminology of the subject and basic knowledge of cells, tissues, and blood and understand the anatomy and physiology of the human body. This subject will develop an understanding of the structure and function of organs and organ systems in the normal human body.

Environmental Science
Generating and distributing information about local, regional, and global environmental issues for the students. In addition, the subject offers hands-on instructions on cutting-edge instrumentation and analytical methods for environmental studies.

Systemic Bacteriology Practical
This subject will cover the many bacterial culture techniques, staining techniques, and biochemical tests that are used to identify bacteria. The students will gain knowledge of morphology, cultural traits, biochemical traits, and laboratory diagnosis of different bacteria.

Biochemical metabolism Practical
This topic will cover all of the main metabolic processes that take place in our body. The students will acquire in-depth information about the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, enzymes, and the diseases associated with their deficiencies.

Human Anatomy and Physiology-I – Practical
Students will be able to learn the terminology of the subject and basic knowledge of cells, tissues, and blood and understand the anatomy and physiology of the human body.

Mentoring and Professional Development
The objective of mentoring will be the development of Overall Personality, Aptitude (Technical and General), General Awareness (Current Affairs and GK), Communication Skills, and Presentation Skills.

Basic Hematology-&Hematological Techniques-I
The students will be made aware of the composition of blood and methods of estimating different components of blood. Students will be able to know the basic concepts of Hematology & routine clinical investigations in the Hematology laboratory.

AnalyticalBiochemistry
The students will learn basic principles/ mechanisms, procedures, and types of various techniques commonly performed in analytical biochemistry.

Human Anatomy andPhysiology-II
Students will be able to learn the terminology of the subject and basic knowledge of cells the structure and function of organs and organ systems and body fluids in a normal human body.

Basic Hematology-&Hematological Techniques-I
Students will be able to know the basic concepts of Hematology & routine clinical investigations of Hematology lab.

Applied Bacteriology
The subject will cover the strategy in the Laboratory diagnosis of various Infective syndromes i.e. choice of samples, collection and transportation and processing of samples for isolation of bacterial pathogen and then to put antibiotic susceptibility testing. This will also cover Bacteriological examination of water, milk, food and air and nosocomial infections.

Basic Hematology-& Hematological Techniques-I Practical
Students will be able to know the basic concepts of Hematology & routine clinical investigations of Hematology lab.

Analytical Biochemistry – Practical
The fundamental principles, protocols, and types of numerous techniques used in analytical biochemistry will be taught to the students.

Applied Bacteriology- Practical
The strategy in the laboratory diagnosis of various infectious syndromes will be covered in this course, including the selection of samples, collection, transportation, and processing of samples for bacterial pathogen isolation and antibiotic susceptibility testing. Additionally, nosocomial diseases and bacteriological testing of water, milk, food, and air will be covered.

Human Anatomy and Physiology-I Practical
Students will gain knowledge of the subject’s terminologies as well as the basics of cells, organ systems, and body fluids in a healthy human body.

Mentoring and Professional Development
The objective of mentoring will be development of Overall Personality, Aptitude (Technical and General), General Awareness (Current Affairs and GK), Communication Skills, and Presentation Skills.

Basic Cell Pathology
The student will study diseases associated with different body organs and systems.

Basic Hematology-II
The students will learn about normal and abnormal hemoglobin and different aspects of Normal hemostatic mechanism and theories of blood coagulation. They will also learn the estimation of different parameters of coagulation studies, Hemoglobin pigments and their measurement.

Clinical Biochemistry-I
The subject will help in Determining various substances including substrates, enzymes, hormones, etc., and their use in diagnosis and monitoring of disease are applied. The students will learn about Laboratory organization, management and maintenance of records.

Immunology and Mycology
This section will cover the basic aspects of immunity, antigens, antibodies, various serological reactions, techniques and their utility in laboratory diagnosis of human diseases. It will also cover medically important fungi, infections caused by them and their laboratory diagnosis.

Basic Cell Pathology -Practical
The student will examine illnesses connected to various bodily systems and organs.

Basic Hematology-II – Practical
The differences between normal and pathological hemoglobin, as well as many facets of the normal hemostatic mechanism and theories of blood coagulation, will be covered in class. Additionally, they will learn how to estimate various coagulation study parameters and how to evaluate the colors in hemoglobin.

Clinical Biochemistry-I – Practical
The subject will assist in identifying various chemicals, such as substrates, enzymes, hormones, etc., and how to use them in disease diagnosis and monitoring. Students will gain knowledge of laboratory management, organization, and record-keeping.

Immunology and Mycology- Practical
This section will cover the basic aspects of immunity, antigens, antibodies, various serological reactions, techniques and their utility in laboratory diagnosis of human diseases. It will also cover medically important fungi, infections caused by them and their laboratory diagnosis.

Mentoring and Professional Development
The objective of mentoring will be development of Overall Personality, Aptitude (Technical and General), General Awareness (Current Affairs and GK), Communication Skills, Presentation Skills.

Applied Hematology-1 Theory
The students be made aware of Safety precautions, Quality assurance, biomedical waste management and automation in hematology. It will also cover Bone marrow examination, Red cell anomalies, Disorder of leucocytes, L.E. cell phenomenon, Investigations of a case suffering from bleeding disorders, routine examination of urine, seminal fluid and CSF.

Medical Laboratory Management Theory
The students will become aware of ethics in a clinical laboratory, Good laboratory practice and Quality Management in a clinical laboratory.

HISTOTECHNOLOGY-I Theory
In this section students will be made aware of terminology used in histotechnology, various instruments and their maintenance and also learn the processing of various samples for histopathological investigations.

CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY—II Theory
The students will learn about the various methods of patients’ sample analysis for biochemistry parameters. The students will learn how to analyze various clinical samples, for estimation of different components which are the cause of the disease or are the diagnostic/prognostic markers. This subject gives information about various clinically important enzymes & automation techniques.

Applied Hematology-I Practical
Students will learn about automation in hematology, quality assurance, managing biological waste, and safety considerations. Additionally covered are standard examinations of urine, seminal fluid, and CSF, bone marrow examination, red cell anomalies, leucocyte disorders, L.E. cell phenomenon, and investigations of a case with bleeding disorders.

Histotechnology-I Practical
In this section students will be made aware of terminology used in histotechnology, various instruments and their maintenance and also learn the processing of various samples for histopathological investigations.

Clinical Biochemistry-II – Practical
The students will learn about the various methods of patients’ sample analysis for biochemistry parameters. The students will learn how to analyze various clinical samples, for estimation of different components which are the cause of the disease or are the diagnostic/prognostic markers. This subject gives information about various clinically important enzymes & automation techniques.

Applied Hematology-II
The students be made aware of Safety precautions, Quality assurance, biomedical waste management and automation in hematology. It will also cover Bone marrow examination, Red cell anomalies, Disorder of leucocytes, L.E. cell phenomenon, Investigations of a case suffering from bleeding disorders, routine examination of urine, seminal fluid and CSF.

Blood Banking
This subject will make students learn about blood grouping & blood transfusion. The students will learn about the concept of blood grouping, compatibility testing in blood transfusion & screening of donated blood for various infectious diseases.

Parasitology and virology
This subject will make students learn about blood grouping & blood transfusion. The students will learn about the concept of blood grouping, compatibility testing in blood transfusion & screening of donated blood for various infectious diseases.

Histotechnology-II & Cytology
The students will learn about various staining procedures for demonstration of different substances & various cytological investigations. The students will learn about special staining procedures & handling & testing of various cytological specimens.

Applied Hematology-II- Practical
Students will learn about hematology automation, quality control, and managing biomedical waste. Additionally, it will discuss leucocyte disorders, bone marrow testing, red cell anomalies, and L.E. study of urine, seminal fluid, and CSF on a routine basis. Investigations into a case with bleeding issues.

Parasitology and virology – Practical
Students will study blood grouping and blood transfusions as a result of this course. The idea of blood grouping, compatibility testing in blood transfusions, and screening donated blood for various infectious diseases will all be introduced to the students.

Histotechnology-II & Cytology – Practical
The students will get knowledge of various cytological examinations as well as staining techniques for demonstrating diverse components. The handling, testing, and specific staining techniques will all be covered with the students.

Mentoring and Professional Development
The objective of mentoring will be development of Overall Personality, Aptitude(TechnicalandGeneral), GeneralAwareness (CurrentAffairs andGK), CommunicationSkills, and PresentationSkills.

Fee Details

Program Fee
Amount
1st Year
48250 INR

Examination Fee Details

Examination Fee
Amount
1st Semester
As per University Norms

Payment Mode

Pay through Net Banking/ Debit/ Credit Card/ UPI

*Term and conditions

Program Outcomes

  • PO1. CompetencyTo face present and future professional problems in medical laboratory science, the student will become an ethical and competent individual who is dedicated to lifelong learning.
  • PO2. Technical Knowledge The students will work in hospitals, research labs, public and commercial health institutions, industrial laboratories, and colleges as qualified professionals in medical laboratory technology.
  • PO3. Leadership As laboratory technicians, students display technical proficiency and demonstrate leadership skills in the industry.
  • Critical ThinkingStudents will use critical thinking abilities in the laboratory by assessing and analyzing clinical lab results to correlate with varied diseases.
  • PO5. EthicsFunction ethically and professionally without bias against any ethnicity, race, religion, caste, or gender.

Specific Outcome

  • PS1. IntegrityShows integrity by taking tests, finding errors, reviewing results, and admitting and rectifying errors.
  • PS2. Cognitive skillsIntegrating knowledge and providing appropriate decisions regarding lab procedures and test outcomes in a clinical setting
  • PS3. Technical ExpertiseUtilize your technical expertise and knowledge of medical laboratory technologies to provide high-quality support for clinical tests.
  • PS4. ProfessionalismStudents will be able to demonstrate professionalism by being accountable, acting professionally, setting an example of ethical behavior, and contributing significantly to the medical lab team.
  • PS5. CommunicationStudents will be able to demonstrate their professional communication abilities by communicating lab test information and developing appropriate interactions with patients and healthcare experts.
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Silent Features

  • Career AdvancementStudents will have interactions regularly with medical professionals, hospitals, and research institutions.
  • Industry ExposureStudents will get ample opportunities in the health care industry through Internship programs.
  • Interaction with ExpertsStudents will have face-to-face interactions with industry experts through seminars and webinars.
  • EthicsStudents will learn how to maintain a high standard of credibility, honesty, and social responsibility in their professional and ethical obligations.
  • Industry ReadyA course that has been specifically intended to prepare students for employment in healthcare and research institutions.

Student Speak

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Testimonial 1

SGC offers a friendly environment where students can openly share their concerns with the faculty and management, and get them solved in the shortest time possible.

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Testimonial 2

I want to sincerely thank SGC for supporting me at every turn throughout the crucial years of my life. The friendly environment and proper guidance by the faculty have helped me reach the pinnacle of my career.

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Testimonial 3

At SGC, I’ve always received the encouragement I needed to advance and expand my practical knowledge. They gave me a fantastic platform for practical learning and helped me get ready for the corporate world, and I will always be thankful to them. Thank you SGC for all your help and support.

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Testimonial 4

I joined SGC because it provides distinctive and highly career-oriented programs. They encourage students to think creatively and learn how to tackle various circumstances in a distinctive way. Here, professors help students develop their practical thinking skills and bring out the best in them.

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Testimonial 5

SGC always strives to provide the best to its students. We got the exposure of renowned Doctors from various hospitals who were invited as experts. They shared their insights with us, as well as, enlighten us about what the industry anticipates of new hires. Additionally, SGC allowed us to showcase our talents. I am proud that I made a wise decision by enrolling at SGC.

How to apply ?

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Step 1 – Signup

Visit sgcollege.edu.in/ SGCADMIT. Sign up or register with basic details (i.e. name, email id, mobile no., state, gender, and password). Login to the SGCADMIT with an already created username/ password. * Your email id will act as your username for the portal while the password will be set by you upon registration.

Step 2 – Book Your Slot

After successfully creating your candidate SGCADMITprofile, you’ll be taken to registration fee page. Pay your fees by logging into the dashboard and complete your profile.

Step 3 – University Examination (PPMET)

After successfully booking the seat, the candidates have to fill the PPMET application form. The link for registration shall be available/sent on your profile and email.

Step 4 – Counselling

Upon successfully clearing the PPMET exam, you have to apply for counseling through your SGC portal, followed by SOP uploading.

Step 5 – Admission

You become eligible for admission into Saraswati Group of Colleges after the declaration of counseling result and submission of requisite fees.