This one year course provides every opportunity to those who desire to have training in Clinical Laboratory Technology. It seeks to fill the prevailing lacuna, to the extent possible, so that the rural masses will have the opportunity of receiving the services of such suitably qualified medical laboratory technicians. Outreach Programmed, organized by specialists conducting this course periodically, provide the much-desired exposure to the students and the clinical needs of the rural masses. This course is administered by specialists in various related fields (Biochemistry; Human Anatomy; Physiology; Histology; Parasitology; Microbiology; Clinical Ethics and Clinical Laboratory administration). The Course content includes principles & practice of Laboratory Organization & Maintenance; Urine Analysis; Heamatology & Blood Banking and basics of Medical Microbiology; Clinical Biochemistry; Parasitology; Immunology; Histopathology; General Medicine; Cytology; Human Anatomy & Physiology, Communication Skills, Life Coping Skills etc. Job placements can be had in Hospitals & Clinical Labs. The candidate could start his/her own Clinical Lab.
Though they often work behind the scenes, medical lab technicians do work that is increasingly important in the medical field. You use the latest in medical science technology to perform routine lab tests and analysis. These results are used to diagnose patient illnesses and conditions. If you are looking for a career in health care where your work can have a major affect on diagnosis and prevention of major medical problems, being a lab tech might be your calling. Job opportunities for medical lab technicians are stable and on the rise. As baby boomers age, the number of medical providers and facilities needed to manage their care increases. This creates more locations for jobs and gives you more flexibility in deciding where you'd like to work and in what type of facility. Good lab technicians who gain more education may get into supervisory roles or more advanced medical lab positions.