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B.Sc Medical Lab Technology (BMLT) | Diploma Medical Lab Technology (DMLT)

The course of B.Sc Medical Lab Technology (BMLT) and Diploma in Medical Lab Technology (DMLT) is a highly sought after course at the university school of para medical sciences. Aimed at building a solid foundation among students for diagnosing and treating illness through using lab instruments and performing diagnostic tests this course prepares students for a career in hospitals, commercial laboratories, private clinics, nursing homes and other health centres. Students are familiarized with blood banking, anaesthesia, immunology, urine analysis, drug efficacy test, cytotechnology, serology, haematology, immunology, microbiology and lab instrumentation which include CT scan, X ray, MRI, dental machines, renal dialysis etc. Desh Bhagat University is a renowned academic destination in Punjab and North India. Having a very refined curriculum for examining samples, recording them, collecting information, testing, reporting and documenting medical investigations, DBU offers the best medical lab technology courses in Punjab - B.Sc Medical Lab Technology (MLT) and Diploma in Medical Lab Technology (DMLT).

Vision of department:

The vision of the Medical Laboratory Science program is to recruit, educate, and prepare highly competent Paramedical scientists to serve their patients and the healthcare profession while demonstrating high ethical and moral standards and the utmost in technical competence.

 

Mission of the department:

M1: Provide conscientious, caring, skilled medical laboratory scientists. As a result, these students are highly capable of comprehending, practicing, and furthering medical laboratory science, while meeting healthcare needs in the region.

M2: Provide an appropriate combination of didactic and clinical experiences. Above all, we do this so that the students will develop competency in the skills needed to meet challenges of the profession.

M3: Provide a stimulating atmosphere for students, faculty and laboratory staff. Thus, our students develop the desire for learning and the development of new knowledge to respond to changing demands of the profession.

M4: Maintain a source of professionals who participate in bringing new knowledge to the clinical laboratories.

 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO1-Students will be able to learn the terminology of the subject and basic knowledge of cells, tissues, blood and to understand anatomy and physiology of human body. This subject will develop an understanding of the structure and function of organs and organ systems in normal human body.

PEO2-Students are able to classify, identify, use of instruments, sterilization, cultural requirements and to perform different microbiological tests in clinical microbiology lab.

PEO3-Students will be able to learn the terminology of the subject and basic knowledge of cells, tissues, blood and to understand anatomy and physiology of human body

PEO4-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 of Hematology laboratory.

 

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

PSO1: This program deals with healthcare professional who performs chemical, hematological, immunologic, microscopic, and bacteriological diagnostic analyses on body fluids and other samples.

PSO2: The technologist also performs equipment validations, calibrations, quality controls, statistical control of observed data, and recording normal operations.

PSO3: Competency to perform a full range of testing in the contemporary medical laboratory encompassing pre-analytical, analytical, and post-analytical components of laboratory services, including hematology, chemistry, microbiology, urinalysis, body fluids, molecular diagnostics, phlebotomy, and immunohematology

 

B.Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology) Semester-I

 

Course Code: BSMLT-101

Title of the Course: Essential Biology

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Construct an understanding of the history and underlying themes of biology, especially regarding evolution, organismal diversity, and ecology. Explore how the study of biology impacts quality of life.

CO2:Become acquainted with how scientific information is presented. Develop higher order written and oral communication.

CO3: Use the scientific method to analyze and evaluate problems and information.

 

Course Code:BSMLT-102

Title of the Course: GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

Course outcomes:

CO1:Know and understand about microorganisms, their importance and history of microbiology.

CO2:Understand and Apply various equipment used microbiology

CO3:Learn basic morphology cultural characteristics of microbes, their growth and their interpretation.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-103

Title of the Course: Basic Hematology & Hematological Techniques-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1:Understand the basic components and concepts of Hematology

CO2:Perform basic hematological laboratory testing, assess laboratory data and report findings according to laboratory protocol.

CO3:Adapt hematology laboratory techniques and procedures when errors and discrepancies in results are obtained to effect resolution in a professional and timely manner

 

Course Code: BSMLT-104

Title of the Course: HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY- I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Describe the general structure and functions of the body as a whole.

CO2:Describe the general and microscopic structure and functions of each system of the body.

CO3:Explain the macroscopic and microscopic structure and functions of each organs of the body.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-105

Title of the Course: BASICS OF BIOCHEMISTRY

Course Outcomes:

CO1:Understand the social, ethical and professional duties of laboratory technician.

CO2:Prepare the solutions in different concentration as per required in biochemistry lab.

CO3:Analyze basic numerical and experimental tools used in biochemistry lab

 

B.Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology) Semester-II

 

Course Code: BSMLT-201

Title of the Course: Systematic Bacteriology

Course Outcomes:

After completing this course student will be able to:-

CO1:Apply appropriate microbiology laboratory techniques, methodologies, instruments and equipment in accordance with current laboratory safety protocol.

CO2: Visualizing bacteria by staining, using a microscope, read their biochemical results and culturing bacteria in microbiological media to describe the features of bacterial colonies.

 CO3: Calculate, record, and report clinical microbiology results according to industry standard criteria.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-202

Title of the Course: Hematological Techniques – II

Course outcomes:

After completing this course student will be able to:-

CO1: Describe basic theories of homeostasis including: -Interrelationship of the three systems in the haemostatic mechanism. -Blood coagulation factors. -Cascade theory. -Fibrinolytic mechanism. -Regulatory mechanisms.

CO2: Evaluate given clinical and laboratory data and determine cause of defects in the haemostatic mechanism.

CO3: Demonstrate proper use of the various coagulation reagents required in the clinical laboratory.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-203

Title of the Course: Human anatomy & physiology-II

Course Outcomes:

After completing this course student will be able to:-

CO1: Describe the general structure and functions of the body as a whole.

CO2: Describe the general and microscopic structure and functions of each system of the body.

CO3: Explain the macroscopic and microscopic structure and functions of each organs of the body.

 

Course Code:BSMLT-204

Title of the Course: Biochemical Metabolism

Course Outcomes:

After completing this course student will be able to:-

CO1:Gain knowledge and understanding of biochemistry, structure and function of biological molecules.

CO2:explain biological mechanisms, such as the processes and control of bioenergetics and metabolism, as chemical reactions.

CO3:To learn the concept and mechanism of ATP synthesis

 

B.Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology) Semester-III

 

Course Code:BSMLT-301

Title of the Course: Applied Bacteriology

Course Outcomes:

 After completing this course student will be able to:-

CO1:Know and understand about sampling in various systematic diseases

CO2:Understand and Apply antibiotic susceptibility testing

CO3:Know and apply various procedures used in bacteriological examination of water, milk, food and air and nosocomial infections.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-302

Title of the Course: Applied Hematology

Course Outcomes:

After completing this course student will be able to:-

CO1: Apply principles of safety, quality assurance and quality control in Hematology.

CO2:Compare and contrast hematology values under normal and abnormal conditions.

CO3:Perform and explain principles and procedures of tests to include sources of error and clinical significance of results.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-303

Title of the Course: Basic Cellular Pathology

Course Outcomes:

After completing this course student will be able to:-

CO1:Understand the pathological conditions, pathogenesis, factors effecting and their clinical importance

CO2:Correlate normal and altered morphology (gross and microscopy) of different organ systems in different diseases to the extent needed of understanding of the disease processes and their clinical significance.

CO3:The student will be able to classify diseases of various body systems and how they manifest clinically and histopathologically.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-304

Title of the Course: Analytical Biochemistry

Course Outcomes:

After completing this course student will be able to:-

1.Choose appropriate strategies and instrumentation for analysis of different biological sample types.

2.Evaluate the applicability, advantages, limitations and sources of error of current analytical instruments through

an understanding of the working principles of these instruments and the underlying biochemical basis.

3.Conduct biochemical analyses and instrument evaluations in the laboratory and link the practical applications to

the theoretical background.

4.Interpret and critically evaluate analytical data and communicate the results of biochemical analyses in the form

of formal scientific reports.

5.Work collaboratively in a team environment to discuss and solve mathematically-based biochemical problems.

 

CO1: Choose appropriate strategies and instrumentation for analysis of different biological sample types.

CO2:Evaluate the applicability, advantages, limitations and sources of error of current analytical instruments through an understanding of the working principles of these instruments and the underlying biochemical basis.

CO3:Conduct biochemical analyses and instrument evaluations in the laboratory and link the practical applications to the theoretical background.

1.Choose appropriate strategies and instrumentation for analysis of different biological sample types.

2.Evaluate the applicability, advantages, limitations and sources of error of current analytical instruments through

an understanding of the working principles of these instruments and the underlying biochemical basis.

3.Conduct biochemical analyses and instrument evaluations in the laboratory and link the practical applications to

the theoretical background.

4.Interpret and critically evaluate analytical data and communicate the results of biochemical analyses in the form

of formal scientific reports.

5.Work collaboratively in a team environment to discuss and solve mathematically-based biochemical problems.

 

B.Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology) Semester-IV

Course Code: BSMLT-401

Title of the Course: Fundamentals of Computers-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understanding the concept of input and output devices of Computers and how it works and recognize the basic terminology used in computer programming.

CO2: Design programs connecting decision structures, loops and functions.

CO3: Understand the dynamic behavior of memory by the use of pointers.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-402

Title of the Course: Immunology and Mycology

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Know and understand basic and advanced concepts of immunity and its components

CO2: Understand and apply various serological tests used in laboratory

CO3: Learn basic morphology and cultural characteristics of fungi, their growth and their laboratory diagnosis

 

Course Code: BSMLT-403

Title of the Course: Applied Hematology-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Correlate hematological findings with those generated in other areas of the clinical laboratory, patient symptoms and clinical history, to make appropriate and effective on-the-job professional decisions.

CO2: Perform basic hematological laboratory testing, assess laboratory data and report findings according to laboratory protocol.

CO3: Adapt hematology laboratory techniques and procedures when errors and discrepancies in results are obtained to effect resolution in a professional and timely manner.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-404

Title of the Course: Histotechnology-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand histological principles and the equipments used in laboratory

CO2: Describe the basic principles of histotechnology and perform histotechnological techniques in the laboratory.

CO3: Describe and define laboratory techniques for preparing cell, tissue specimens and their components for microscope analysis

 

Course Code: BSMLT-405

Title of the Course: Clinical Biochemistry-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Correlate biochemical findings with those generated in other areas of the clinical laboratory, patient symptoms and clinical history, to make appropriate and effective on-the-job professional decisions.

CO2: Perform basic Biochemistry laboratory testing, assess laboratory data and report findings according to laboratory protocol.

CO3: Adapt biochemistry laboratory techniques and procedures when errors and discrepancies in results are obtained to effect resolution in a professional and timely manner.

 

B.Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology) Semester-V

 

Course Code: BSMLT-501

Title of the Course: Medical Laboratory Management

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the ethics and code of practice of a medical laboratory technician

CO2: Understand the quality management in laboratory

CO3: Understand the information system and financial management in a medical facility

 

Course Code: BSMLT-502

Title of the Course: PARASITOLOGY AND VIROLOGY

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the concepts of parasitological and its components.

CO2: Know about various medically important parasites, their pathogenesis and laboratory diagnosis

CO3: Know about various medically important viruses, their pathogenesis and laboratory diagnosis

 

Course Code: BSMLT-503

Title of the Course: Blood Banking

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Apply advanced blood bank and blood transfusion knowledge to make appropriate and effective professional decisions.

CO2: Perform and interpret commonly utilized procedures in the blood bank laboratory.

CO3: Recognize normal and abnormal test results and correlate these data with appropriate pathologic conditions to accurately advise health care providers.

 

Course Code: BSMLT-504

Title of the Course: Histotechnology-II & cytology

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Describe the basic principles of histotechnology and perform histotechnological techniques in the laboratory.

CO2: Describe and define laboratory techniques for preparing cell, tissue specimens and their components for microscope analysis

CO3: Describe and recognize cells of specific histological tissues and organ systems;

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Course Code: BSMLT-505

Title of the Course: Clinical Biochemistry-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Student will learn about the various methods of patients’ sample analysis for biochemistry parameters.

CO2: Analyze various clinical samples, for estimation of different components which are the cause of the disease or are the diagnostic/prognostic markers.

CO3: This subject gives information about various clinically important enzymes & automation techniques.

 

BSc  MLT  VI SEM:

COURSE CODE:  BSC MLT  601

COURSE NAME:  Environment  Science

CO1: Understand the concept of Environment.

CO2: Understand the concept of Environmental Crisis and Management.

CO3: Understand the nature, need and importance of Environmental Education.

 

BSc  MLT  VI SEM:

COURSE CODE:  BSC MLT  602

COURSE NAME:  Professional Training

CO1:Demonstrate  the application of knowledge and skill sets acquired from the course and workplace in the assigned job function/s.
CO2: Solve real life challenges in the workplace by analysing work environment and conditions, and selecting appropriate skill sets acquired from the course.
C03:Articulate career options by considering opportunities in company, sector, industry, professional and educational advancement.
CO4:Communicate and collaborate effectively and appropriately with different professionals in the work environment through written and oral means.

Academic Programs


Undergraduate

Diploma in Medical Lab Technology

Eligibility: 10+2 (any stream) with minimum 45% marks
Duration: 2 Years
Full Time

B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology

Eligibility: 10+2 Pass with minumum 50% aggregate (Medical /Non-Medical)
Duration: 3 Years
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Full Time

B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology (LE)

Eligibility: 10+2 Pass with minimum 50% aggregate (Medical / Non-Medical) or 2 Years Diploma in MLT after 10th or 1 year MLT after 10+2 (any stream)
Duration: 2 Years
Full Time

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