(Programme Educational Objectives)

The Overall Objective of Medical laboratory Technologist Programme is to prepare students to deals with all the clinical laboratory investigations on clinical samples for laboratory diagnosis of various diseases. Blood, tissue and body fluids are analyzed and examined for various types of foreign organisms and abnormalities. This information is then used by the medical team to make decisions regarding a patient's medical care. 85% of all medical decisions are based on the results of clinical laboratory investigation reports. The graduates of Medical laboratory Technologist Programme of the Integral University will be expected to:

  • Collection and receiving of specimens (infectious samples i.e. blood, urine, stool, sputum, pus, semen, tissues and body fluids) for various biochemical, pathological, microbiological, haematological and blood bank investigations, etc.
  • To perform and validate various investigations for the purpose of differential diagnosis.
  • Calibration and standardization of glassware‘s and other laboratory equipment.
  • Standardization and selection of test analytical procedures.
  • Maintenance of supplies of laboratory reagents / diagnostic kits.
  • Evaluation of reagents and diagnostic kit for diagnostic suitability.
  • Maintenance of quality control for reliability of laboratory reports.
  • Preparation of chemical and biological reagents.
  • Supervision, organization of work and personnel management.
  • Maintenance of records and preparation.
  • Then they analyze the results and relay them to physicians.
  • With increasing automation and the use of computer technology, the work of Technologists has become less hands-on and more analytical.
  • The complexity of tests performed, the level of judgment needed, and the amount of responsibility workers assume depend largely on the amount of education and experience they possess


(Programme Outcomes)

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

  • Upgrade knowledge and skills in a changing healthcare scenario.
  • Communicate with other members of healthcare team, customers and patients in an effective manner.
  • Should be able to extrapolate data acquired.
  • Perform routine clinical laboratory testing.
  • Make specimen-oriented decisions on predetermined criteria including working knowledge of critical values.
  • Process information and ensure quality control as appropriate to routine laboratory procedures.
  • Train students in routine laboratory procedure.
  • Should know the logical interpretation of clinical lab investigations.
  • Should be able to working on automated machine.

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Contact Information

Department of Paramedical Health Sciences,
5th Floor, Medical Block, Phase – II, Integral University,
Dasauli, Bas-ha Kursi Road,
Lucknow(U.P.) – 226026

0522- 2890730, 2890812