The bachelor of Medical Laboratory Technology (B.Sc. MLT) of Pokhara University is a four year,eight semester course, concentrating mainly on developing appropriate manpower to function as professional medical laboratory technician carrying out preventive, curative, promo rive, rehabilitative functions and research. The graduates will have employment in various health care setting from nursing homes to hospitals to medical and health science colleges.
Clinical Laboratory Science is one of the important areas in Health Sciences, which supports the clinicians by providing laboratory test evidences in the treatment of patients. The goal of this program is to produce clinical laboratory experts who are academically sound, technically skilled and fully capable of performing various clinical laboratory tests with quality control as well as interpretation of the results.
The fall semester starts in September and the spring semester in March. Fresh Admissions are normally made at the beginning of the fall semester.
The B.Sc.MLT program has the following objectives;
Scholarship Quota in Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology (BMLT)
Proposed Fee Structure for B.Sc MLT in Pokhara University School of Health & Allied Sciences Lekhnath, Kaski
10+2 Science (Biology stream) or PCL Science (Biology Stream) or PCL/Diploma in Lab Science or equivalent degree as recognized by Pokhara University with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
Minimum 2.4 CGPA in Aggregate and Minimum C+ Grade in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) and Minimum C Grade in other subjects.
Course Syllabus: Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology (Pokhara University)
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Medical Laboratory Science
General Chemistry I
Laboratory I, II
Anatomy and Physiology
Laboratory III, IV, V
Anatomy and Physiology II
Molecular Cell Biology
Laboratory VI, VII, VIII
Health and Disease
Laboratory IX, X, XI
Laboratory XII, XIII, XIV
Laboratory XV, XVI, XVII
Autopsy and Medical Jurisprudence
Immuno-Heamatology and Blood Bank I
Clinical Laboratory Research
Laboratory XVIII, XIX, XX