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This is a skill-oriented course to provide hands-on practice and project work in the study of various diagnostic technique which includes routine investigation, the operation of medical laboratory equipment and its installation, calibration, quality control.

Code(Credit) : 2+1+1

Scheme Skill for Success (SFS)
NSQF Level 4
Duration 4 Months
Sector Skill Council for
Occupations Medical Laboratory Technician
Entry Qualification Class XII in Science or Level 3 Phlebotomy with experience of minimum three years in the laboratory set up.
Minimum Age 18 Years
Aligned to (QP) NCO-2004/3221.1


Course Objectives:

  • Introduction to patient care and lab services.
  • Maintain and cleaning lab equipment.
  • General consideration on specimen collection in clinical laboratory.
  • Infection Control management.
  • Analyze the body fluids and waste products for the diagnosis of disease.
  • Report writing and documentation in clinical laboratory.
  • Biomedical waste management.
  • Report writing and documentation in clinical laboratory.

After completing this program-

  • Able to collect the pathological specimen.
  • They can Preserve and process the pathological sample.
  • Able to handle all laboratory instruments.
  • Able to detect the abnormal conditions.
  • Able to compile and print the pathological reports.
  • Can join as an Assistant Lab Technician in any hospitals, nursing homes, private/government laboratories and research centers.
  • Can work as an Assistant Lab Technician in any Pharma industries, Life Science laboratories.
  • Can participate in RNTPC, Malaria eradication program, DOTS center

Learning Record:

The trainee will submit a Practice/Project/Learning record after each class/session.

Assessment Process:

  • The assessment agencies should have an expert to conduct assessment NOS wise and every trainee should score a minimum of 70% in the overall assessment.

Course Syllabus/Contents:

Module 1: Introduction to Health care system and patient care. (3hr)
  • Practice - Good health practice in clinical lab.
Module 2: Demonstration of basic equipment of clinical laboratory. (6 hrs)
  • Practice: Name of the Instrument (Centrifuge, Colorimeter, Microscope, Microtome, Laminar Air flow, Hemocytometer, Hemometer)
Module 3: General consideration on specimen collection (3 hrs)
  • Practice- Demonstration on Specimen collection
Module 4: Urine Analysis (12hrs)
  • Practice- Practice different type of method used in examination of Urine. (Physical, Microscopical and Chemical examination)
Module 5: Stool Analysis (3 hrs)
  • Practice- Practice different types of method used in examination of Stool.
Module 6: Sputum analysis (3 hrs)
  • Practice- Practice different types of method used in examination of Sputum.
Module 7: Semen analysis (3hrs)
  • Practice: Practice different types of method used in examination of Semen.
Module 8: Demonstration of complete Blood Cell Count (CBC) (3 hrs)
  • Practice: Practice handling and operating of Complete Blood Cell Count (CBC Analyzer)
Module 9: Basic of blood bank and blood grouping (3hrs)
  • Practice: Practice blood grouping
Module 10: Demonstration of ESR and BT - CT (3hrs)
  • Practice: Practice Erythrocyte sedimentation rate test and bleeding time / clotting time
Module 11: Gram staining and ZN Staining (3 hrs)
  • Practice: Practice Gran stain and ZN stain
Module 12: Blood sugar and Cholesterol estimations (3 hrs)
  • Practice: Examination of blood sugar and Cholesterol by collection Serum from Blood sample
Module 13: Biomedical waste management (3hrs)
  • Practice: To gain understanding of importance of proper and safe disposal of bio-medical waste & treatment, to gain understanding of categories of bio-medical waste, to learn about disposal of bio-medical waste – colour coding, types of containers, transportation of waste, etc.
Module 14: Report analysis and report distribution (3 hrs)
  • Practice: Report analysis and report distribution

List of Projects/Products/Publications :

Reference Book :

  • Medical Laboratory Technology by Ramnik Sood
  • Medical Laboratory Technology by Kanai L. Mukherjee
  • Textbook of Medical Laboratory Technology by Praful B. Godkar
  • Handbook of Medical Laboratory Technology by V. H. Talib
  • Note On Medical Laboratory Technology. Author, C. R. Maiti

Session Plan:

Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Practice session
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Practice session
Section 11
Practice Session
Section 12
Section 13
Practice Session
Section 14
Section 15
Practice Session
Section 16
Practice Session
Section 17
Practice Session
Section 18
Section 19
Section 27
Section 28

Industry Partnership :

Design Flow :

Medical Services

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Sunil Kumar Jha is working as the Dean of School of Paramedics and Allied Health Sciences at Centurion University of Technology and Management since 2016. His major areas of expertise are medical diagnostics, clinical pathology, diagnostic bacteriology, histopathology and patient safety. He has completed MBA-HMGT, MLT, DAF, MHD and some of the courses in Alternative […]