M.SC MLT (BioChemistry)

M.Sc. MLT (Master of Science Medical Lab Technology

M.Sc. MLT is a 2-year full-time postgraduate course which is divided into 4 semesters. This field is majorly concerned with the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of diseases by means of clinical laboratory tests. Students must have obtained a Bachelor of Science in Medical Lab Technology with a minimum mark of 55% to be eligible to apply for this course.

Overview of M.SC MLT Course:



M.Sc. in Medical Lab Technology teaches students about procedures for diagnostic testing in a laboratory and also helps them analyze and identify substances, and microorganisms using common instruments found in a laboratory.

Some major concepts covered by the program in this course are Chemistry, Human Biology, Organic Chemistry, Biotechnology, enzymology, organ function tests, and Medical Technology

Students in this course gain experience in laboratory procedures, learn to analyze various substances including glucose, enzymes, and electrolytes. They also work with instruments, including learning theory procedure, spectrophotometer, laboratory interpretation, and clinical applications. Coursework covers investigate the new genetic testing with special reference to biotechniques, enzymology, bioinformatics, and biochemical research.

Master of Science Medical Lab Technology (Bio-Chemistry)

Duration Eligibility
2 Years (4 Semesters) All those candidates who have passed Bachelor’s degree in Medical Lab Technology of minimum three years duration from a University recognized by UGC.

Career Opportunities

  1. Apply a wide and precise body of theoretical and practical knowledge in the medical laboratory science with in depth knowledge in different disciplines.

  2. Collect, summarize, analyze, and evaluate medical laboratory science literature and laboratory data using accurate practical, computational, statistical and technological approaches.

  3. Exhibit scientific literacy and all types of communication skills to explain medical laboratory science concepts to a range of audiences.

  4. Apply practical laboratory and technical skills to generate accurate scientific results.

  5. Performing independently or collectively in teams to critically and creatively finalize issues and develop correct solutions to decompound problems across a range of institutional, national and global contexts .

  6. Illustrate a working knowledge of ethical, professional and workplace health and safety need in clinical research and diagnostic laboratories.