B.Sc in Medical Lab Training (Biochemistry)


Medical Lab Trainings are very much applicable as well as required in the field of Clinical Biochemistry as it is the area of pathology that is usually associated with the analysis of bodily fluids and lipids. As the name might suggest, the subject is a combination of biology and chemistry, thus requiring extensive and hard core study. A B.Sc. in is an undergraduate degree awarded for the completion of any academic course on any scientific discipline which generally lasts for three years, but at times, may extend up to five years.  B.Sc. in Medical Lab Training is a graduation course under the scientific discipline.

Under this course, one learns the various kinds of lab procedures and about various equipment6s which are used in the labs. Apart from that various chemicals and their wide uses is also studied in this course.

In order to pursue B.Sc. in Clinical Biochemistry, candidates must have at least passed the HSC or equivalent from any respected board or university. They must have an aggregate of 60% or above.

The course of B.Sc. in Medical Lab Training is of three years in duration, which are further divided into two semesters each.

Students having done their graduation in Clinical Biochemistry are trained into clinical biochemists that land up with respectable jobs in the hospital arena. Apart from that, students also land up with job opportunities in the pharmaceuticals and hospitality sector.

Best places to pursue:

  • Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical and Technical Education, New Delhi
  • Medinova Research and Training Institute, Pune
  • Institute of Medical Technology, Pune


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2 Responses to “B.Sc in Medical Lab Training (Biochemistry)”

  1. 2

    I finished my Diploma In Medical Laboratory Technilogy
    Wat can i study further ??
    I am intrested to do job in industries

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    Emmanuel Chidubem:

    Please what is the difference between clinical biochemistry and clinical microbiology.which is better in health research.