B.Sc. MLT course was started in VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital from the academic session 2019-20. Prior to this DMLT course was being run which was upgraded to BSc MLT in 2019-20. B.Sc. MLT programme is of 3-yearsduration. The course is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh I.P. University.  At present the total strength of students is 56.  The current intake for the year 2020-21 is 28 students.

B.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology is a paramedical program that offers practical and theoretical knowledge about the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of various kinds of diseases and health problems with the help of clinical laboratory tests. Medical Laboratory professionals play an important role in the diagnosis of the diseases and providing the best care and treatment available for it.

During the program, students learn to detect and diagnose diseases. They also acquire knowledge about the collection and sampling of important data, testing, documentation, and reporting for the same.

To excel in the program students should have sound knowledge, good skills and an ability to finish the task accurately. They should also have a background and aptitude towards science, laboratory equipment, and instruments and the ability to use a computer and its


12th Class of 10+2 pattern with PCM or PCB with minimum of 50% marks in PCM or PCB


10+2 vocational stream (ML T) with minimum of 50% marks.


Through entrance test, to be conducted by the University as per the syllabus of CBSE of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics or Physics, Chemistry & Biology of 11 th& I2 th class standards. Students should be given option either to attend the Mathematics or Biology portion in the entrance test.


First Year-

Life Sciences - I (Anatomy)

Life Sciences - III

(Fundamentals of Biochemistry)

Life Sciences - II (Physiology)

Biostatistics and Bio-informatics


Second Year-

Laboratory Medicine - I


Laboratory Medicine - III


Laboratory Medicine - II


Laboratory Medicine - IV

(Clinical Biochemistry)


Third Year-

Laboratory Medicine - V

(Microbiology & Immunology)

Laboratory Medicine - VII

(Clinical Biochemistry)

Laboratory Medicine - VI

(Transfusion medicine &


Laboratory Management


There shall be annual examinations at the end of each academic year to be conducted by the University in the months of May-June followed by supplementary examinations in the month of September- October.


The students are required to undergo laboratory practice/training at the laboratories conducting all pathological, bacteriological &biochemical tests. During thisperiod students are posted in the different departments for full training. The student shall be entrusted with Laboratory responsibilities under direct supervision of Pathologist/Medical Officer in charge of the laboratory.

The student shall maintain the record of work that is to be verified and certified by the Pathologist/Medical Officer under whom he/she works. Assessment and evaluation of training shall be by scrutiny of the record of work, tests of knowledge, skills and attitude during training.

Assessment shall be determined on the basis of the following:

1. Proficiency of knowledge required for each diagnostic technique.

2. The competency in skills expected to manage each diagnostic technique, competency for performance of self-performance.

3. Of having been assistant in procedures.

4. Of having observed.

5. Responsibilities, punctuality in the department working, involvement in procedures, follow up of reports.

6. Capacity to work in a team (behavior with colleagues, nursing staff and relationship with Medical and Para-medicals).

List of B.Sc(MLT) Students: Session 2019-2020; 2020-21

Last Updated on : 24/03/2022