DMLT Syllabus and Subjects:

The syllabus followed in the curriculum of the DMLT course consists of a wide range of subjects that include practical and theoretical aspects that the course can be concentrated upon. Some of the subjects followed in the course are listed below:

Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology Subjects 
Semester I 
SI No Subjects
1 Human Anatomy
2 Fundamentals of MLT
3 Basics of clinical Biochemistry
4 Basic Human Science
5 English Communication
6 Professional Activities


Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology Subjects 
Semester II 
SI No Subjects
1 Human Physiology
2 Basic Pathology
3 Fundamental Biochemistry
4 Microbial Instrumentation
5 Information and Communication Technology
6 Community Development


Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology Subjects 
Semester III 
SI No Subjects
1 Human Physiology II
2 Clinical Hematology
3 Metabolic and Techinical Biochemistry
4 Technical Microbiology
5 Community Development Activities II


Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology Subjects 
Semester IV 
SI No Subjects
1 Histopathological Techniques
2 Clinical Biochemistry
3 Clinical Microbiology
4 Clinical Pathology
5 Pathology Lab

DMLT Course Syllabus:

The syllabus followed in the curriculum of the DMLT Course is listed below:

DMLT Course Syllabus
SI No Syllabus
General Bacteriology: Microbiology, Branches of microbiology, Scope of microbiology, Introduction to bacteria, size, shape, bacterial anatomy, Structure of cell wall, Gram negative and gram positive cell wall, difference between Gram negative and gram positive cell wall, spores. Study of morphology of bacteria, staining of bacteria – gram’s stain, albert stain, ziehl-neelsen stain, spore stain, Growth requirements – Nutritional, gas, moisture, accessory nutritional requirement, Growth curve, factors influencing growth, Bacterial reproduction, Different Culture Media for bacterial growth, culture techniques, Classification and identification of bacteria
Sterilization and disinfection: Introduction to sterilization, disinfection, antiseptic, bacteriocidal agents, bacteriostatic agents; Different methods of sterilization-Physical, Chemical, dry heat, moist heat, Filtration, Radiation, Autoclave, types of autoclave, Commonly employed sterilization method for different clinical article , Uses of disinfectant; Infection, classification of infection, source of infection in man, Method of transmission of infection, Pathogenecity and Virulence
Cardiac pacemaker: Natural Pacemaker, Cardiac Pace Maker, Need of Pacemaker, Basic functional parts of cardiac pacemaker and their functions, Different Types- External, Implantable Pacemaker, Electrodes of Pacemaker, Synchronous and asynchronous Pacemaker,
Patient Monitoring System: Overview of ICU,ICCU, Cardiac monitor, Bedside monitor, concept of Central monitoring system, Pulse oximeter, foetal monitoring instrument – method of monitoring Foetal HR
X-Ray Techniques: Basic principle of x-ray imaging, Composition of x-ray film, concept of dark room processing, Patient care , X-ray cassette, Loading of X-ray film, Exposures – KV, mAS, Filtration, Field size, Distance, Focal spot size, Films and screen, Grids, Air gap technique, Positioning of Patient, Radiation protection, X-ray procedure, Basic views of different parts, C-R system, digital x-ray, Overview of - soft tissue radiography and uses, Multiple radiography, Stereography, Macroradiography, Subtraction –Photography, Electronic and color subtraction, Uses of subtraction, x-ray Hazards,
Measurement Fundamentals: Explanation of accuracy, precision, sensitivity, resolution, dynamic range, response and repeatability of measuring instruments. Role of Units in measurements and different types of units – Definition of Errors and type of errors – Definition of Primary and Secondary Standards – Concept of Calibration.
Impedance Bridge & Q-Meter: DC Wheatstone Bridge and its application – AC bridge-balance – Detection and source of excitation – Maxwell’s induction bridge – Hay’s bridge – De-sauté bridgeCapacitance comparison bridge -Anderson bridge– Wien Bridge. Basic principle of Q-Meter and its working circuit. Basic principle and operation of RLC meter

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