Eligibility criteria to pursue a course in the field of Medical Laboratory Technology
What is the eligibility criteria needed to pursue a course in the field of Medical Laboratory Technology?
The basic eligibility criterion or education requirement that a candidate needs to pursue a course in Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Technology (BMLT) is 10+2 or equivalent with science as primary subject. Any pre-University Vocational course from a recognised board with laboratory technology as a vocational subject is also considered to be an eligible student for pursuing Bachelor of medical Laboratory Technology (BMLT). BMLT is a 3 year programme.
If a student wants to a diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology then he/she should also meet the minimum eligibility criteria. The eligibility needed for Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) is 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognised University or Board. Duration of the course is 2 years. There are also various other certificate courses in lab technicians which needs 10+2 as the eligibility. Courses are offered by colleges, universities as well as hospitals. The hospitals are usually affiliated with a college or university.