Bachelor in Medical Lab Technology

The Bachelor in Medical Lab Technology program offered by CIEM is designed to prepare students for a career in medical laboratory science. The program provides students with the knowledge and skills required to perform a wide range of clinical laboratory tests, analyze and interpret test results, and collaborate with healthcare professionals to ensure accurate diagnoses and effective treatment plans. The program also emphasizes the importance of laboratory safety, quality control, and ethical standards in healthcare. Graduates of the program are well-equipped to pursue a variety of career opportunities in hospitals, clinics, research laboratories, and other healthcare settings.

Career Opportunities After Graduating in BMLT

  • Biomedical Scientist

    Biomedical scientists are responsible for investigating and diagnosing diseases by analyzing bodily fluids and tissue samples. They work closely with physicians and other healthcare professionals to develop new treatments and therapies. Biomedical scientists may also work in research and development, developing new technologies and techniques for disease detection and treatment.

  • Quality Control Specialist

    Quality control specialists are responsible for ensuring that products and services meet industry and regulatory standards. In the field of medical laboratory technology, quality control specialists play a critical role in ensuring accurate and reliable test results. They may monitor equipment and procedures, review and analyze data, and make recommendations for improvements to ensure the highest quality of service.

  • Medical Laboratory Technologist

    Medical laboratory technologists are responsible for performing diagnostic tests on patient samples in a clinical laboratory setting. They use a variety of techniques and equipment to analyze samples, interpret data, and provide accurate test results to physicians and other healthcare providers. Medical laboratory technologists may specialize in a particular area of laboratory science, such as hematology, microbiology, or immunology. They must have a strong understanding of laboratory safety procedures and be able to work effectively in a fast-paced environment.

  • Others

    • Medical Laboratory Technician
    • Medical Laboratory Assistant
    • Medical Laboratory Scientist
    • Research Scientist
    • Healthcare Administrator
    • Medical Equipment Sales Representative
    • Laboratory Information Systems Analyst

Faculty Details


Ms. Ananya Banerjee

Head of the Department