Bachelors of Science in Medical Lab Technology

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B.Sc in Medical Lab Technology

The ITM Institute of Health Sciences offers a dynamic 4-year Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology. The program begins with a foundational year covering healthcare basics and medical science. From the second year, students dive into specialized areas like Clinical Biochemistry, Microbiology, Hematology, and more. The curriculum blends medical knowledge with technology skills, incorporating the use of advanced instruments like Hematology Analyzers and Clinical Biochemistry Analyzers. In the final year, students embark on a 6-month internship, gaining hands-on experience in hospitals and clinics under the guidance of certified Pathologists. This program equips graduates with the skills needed for modern diagnostics, combining medical expertise with cutting-edge technology.

Key Features

  • Value-added soft-skills and English communication training for all-round professional development


  • The candidates should have passed XII or an equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry & Biology, with a minimum aggregate of 40% marks (for reservation category (SC/ST/OBC/minority) the minimum aggregate is 35% marks).
  • Candidates who have passed 10+2 of CBSE or any other board with Medical Laboratory Technology.


  • 4 years (Full time course) 3.5 Years + 6 months of integrated clinical learning

Why Medical Laboratory Technology?

Behind every doctor stands a healthcare professional without whom the medical community cant diagnose or cure diseases. Without the services of a Medical Laboratory Technologist, doctors around the world cannot identify what disease or disorder their patients have, and won't be able to prescribe treatment or medication.

A Medical Laboratory Technologist is a medical professional who uses high-tech laboratory diagnostic equipment to test the blood, tissue and fluid samples given by a patient to detect the presence of diseases, disorders or deficiencies in the body of the patient. Every time a patient goes to a doctor for a diagnosis, the doctor refers the patient to a Pathology Lab for getting tested. A Medical Laboratory Technologist analyzes the test results and provides the doctor with important diagnostic information to help the doctor treat the patient’s condition.

TMedical Laboratory Technologists are in great demand across India and the world, especially due to the decline in global health and the advent of new and critical diseases like COVID which are only treatable after proper testing.


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Admission Processs

A simplified and streamlined admission process that makes it easy for any student to apply at ITM. 12th Science passed with 40% Physics, chemistry, biology from any recognised university.

Step 1

Click Apply Now to start your admission process online or Walk-in to IHS Campuse to collect the Application form.

Step 2

Share your certificates with us – submit hard copies or upload - ID proof, and other documents.

Step 3

Make the payment for the program fees.

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Get confirmation. Done!


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