|Name of subject Subject code
|Name of subject: Essentail Biology, Subject code: BMLS101-18
|Understand biology, its branches, and scope.
|Understand the structure and functions of various tissues.
|Understand cell as basic unit of life, its types, cell organelles and micro and macromolecules of cell.
|Understand cell division and its various phases.
|Understand the various law of inheritances, parallelism between genes and chromosomes; genome, linkage and crossing over; gene mapping; recombination and DNA as a genetic material.
|General Microbiology (T) BMLS – 102-18
|Understand the basic concept of Host-Microbe relationship,
|Understand Safety Measures in clinical microbiology, Biomedical waste management in a Microbiology lab and Care, Handling, Cleaning of glassware and Equipments used in clinical Microbiology Laboratory.
|Understand the anatomy of bacteria, General characteristics, classification and nutritional/physical requirement of bacterial growth.
|Apply the Principles and operational mechanisms of various types of microscopes, antiseptic, disinfectants and sterilization techniques
|Apply the knowledge of various culture media for growth, transport, preservation of bacterial cultures and use of Aerobic & anaerobic culture methods for growth of aerobic and anaerobic cultures
|Basics of Biochemistry BMLS103-18
|Understand the Role, Ethics and Responsibilities of medical lab technologist along with the various safety and first aid measures for working in medical laboratory.
|Understand the concept of SI and CGS units, Normality, molarity, Molality and strength and will be prepare various Normal and Molar solution along with its storage.
|Understand the concept of distilled water, distillation process and storage of distilled water.
|Understand the various types, cleaning and calibration of glassware used in medical laboratory.
|Understand the pH, pH paper and indicators, Handerson Hasselbatch equation along with principle, working and calibration of pH meter.
|Essential Biology BMLS104-18
|Understand the concept of Mitosis and Meiosis through animal cells.
|Understand the concept of osmosis and diffusion.
|Understand the structure of Epithelial, Muscle, Nerve and mammalian blood cells through permanent or temporary cells
|General Microbiology (P) BMLS105-18
|Understand the mechanism of colour reaction of carbohydrate and proteins.
|Apply various methods for determination of Vit C, Iron in food stuff.
|Apply diethyldithiocarbamate method for determination of copper in Serum.
|Examine quantity and quality of sugars by various methods (Analyze).
|Evaluate determination of protein, acid value, saponification and iodine number in given sample.
|Basics of Biochem. (P) BMLS106-18
|Understand the various ways and purpose of cleaning lab glassware and preparation of distilled water.
|Apply the knowledge to prepare secondary standard strong acid solution (0.2 N HCl and 0.1 M H2SO4).
|Apply the knowledge to prepare secondary standard strong base solution (0.1 NaOH solution).
|Apply the knowledge to prepare Primary standard solution (0.2 M Na2CO3).
|Apply the knowledge pH meter to measure the pH of unknown solutions.
|Understand the theory, fundamentals and tools of communication.
|Understand the English language and become independent its users
|Understand the issues relating to the Language of communication.
|Develop the vital communication skills which are integral to their personal, social and professional interactions.
|Develop the professional communication such as interviews, group discussions, office environments, important reading skills as well as writing skills such as report writing, note taking etc.
|English Practical BTHU104-18
|Understand and Explain theory, fundamentals and tools of communication to students
|Understand the issues relating to the Language of communication.
|Apply the knowledge so that students become the independent users of English language.
|Develop in them vital communication skills which are integral to personal, social and professional interactions.
|Develop the professional communication such as interviews, group discussions, office environments, important reading skills as well as writing skills such as report writing, note taking etc.
|HVPE101-18 Human Values, De-addiction and Traffic Rules
|Understand and appreciate the essential complementarily between ‘VALUES’ and ‘SKILLS’ to ensure sustained happiness and prosperity which are the core aspirations of all human beings.
|Understand in terms of ethical human conduct, trustful and mutually satisfying human behavior and mutually enriching interaction with Nature.
|Understand the Human reality and the rest of Existence. Such a holistic perspective forms the basis of Value based living in a natural way.
|Development of a Holistic perspective among students towards life, profession and happiness
|HVPE102-18 Human Values, De-addiction and Traffic Rules
|Understand the General Awareness (Current Affairs and GK)
|Development of Overall Personality
|Development of Aptitude (Technical and General)
|Development of Communication Skills
|Development of Presentation Skills
|BMLS201-18- Systemic Bacteriology (T)
|Understand different types of procedures for culturing bacteria ,
|Understand the morphology, cultural characteristics and biochemical characteristics
|Understand pathogenesis & laboratory diagnosis of various bacteria.
|Apply staining procedures and Biochemical tests for identification of bacteria.
|BMLS202-18 Biochemical Metabolism
|Understand the concept, structure and chemical properties of carbohydrate, Proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, Lipoproteins and enzymes, be able to classify them.
|Understand the physiology of Digestion and absorption of the carbohydrate, proteins, lipids in human beings.
|Understand the Factors affecting and mechanism of enzyme action, Enzyme kinetics & enzyme inhibitors and functions of energy carriers.
|Understand the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, lipids by making use of various anabolic and catabolic pathways
|Understand the relationship between metabolic pathways of carbohydrate, proteins, nucleic acids and lipids and various disorders associated with these pathways.
|BMLS203-18, Human Anatomy and Physiology,
|Understand Cellular Level of Organization and elementary tissues of body.
|Understand the structure and function of blood cells with the help of charts and models
|Understand the gross anatomy of muscular system and skeletal system with the help of skeleton, models and charts
|Understand the coordinated working pattern of Cardiovascular system lymphatic and Respiratory system
|Apply the basic to advanced knowledge of human anatomical structures to study structure and function of different sense organs.
|BMLS204-18- Systematic Bacteriology
|Understand different types of procedures for preparation and isolation of bacteria
|Understand the methods of preparation of reagents and demonstrate Biochemical characterization
|Demonstrate various morphological andcultural characteristics of bacteria
|Apply the process of collection and transport of various clinical samples
|Apply staining procedures for identification of bacteria.
|BMLS205-18, Biochemical metabolism-
|Analyze the carbohydrates qualitatively by Molisch, Fehling, Benedict and Iodine tests.
|Analyze the carbohydrates quantitatively by Benedict, GOD-POD X, Folin Wu methods
|Analyze renal parameters (Urea, Creatinine) from various body fluids.
|Analyze liver function tests (Albumin, Cholesterol) from various body fluids
|Interpret the results of test conducted of carbohydrates, urea, creatinine, albumin and cholesterol
|BMLS206-18, Human Anatomy and Physiology (P)
|Understand Cellular Level of Organization, cell division and elementary tissues of human body
|Understand the structure and function of skeletal system to identify different bones of human body.
|Understand the coordinated working pattern of Cardiovascular system and Respiratory system.
|Understand the gross and internal structure of sense organs with the help of model and charts.
|Apply the diagnostic techniques for determination of Pear expiratory flow rate, Electro cardiogram and total spleenocytes count
|BMLS301-18- BASIC HAEMATOLOGY & HAEMATOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES-I
|Understand the process to organize the lab and safety measures in laboratory
|Understand the composition of blood and methods of estimating different components of blood.
|understand the principles & procedure, Normal values, Clinical significance of different parameters of Hematology
|Apply methods of Collection and preservation of blood sample for various haematological investigations
|Apply various stsining techniques after prepration of thin film for routine clinical investigations in Haematology laboratory.
|BMLS 302-18, Analytical Biochem.
|Understand the basic principle, mechanism and procedure of spectrophotometry and colorimetry
|Understand the general principles of flame photometry and atomic absorption spectroscopy to learn about the instrumentation, applications and limitations
|Apply the basic principles of qualitative and quantitative analysis to explain mechanism and procedure involved in paper, thin layer chromatography and high performance thin layer chromatography
|Apply the principle of column chromatography to learn the mechanism of different types of chromatic techniques such as Gas chromatography, ion exchange chromatography, gel chromatography
|Analyze the basic concepts od electrophoresis to explain instrumentation, procedure andmechanism of paper and gel electrophoresis
|BMLS303-18- Human Anatomy & Physiology - II
|Understand the concept of homeostasis, body fluids and general principles for fluid balance.
|Understand the structure and organization of Digestive system along with its physiology of digestion.
|Understand the structure of Urinary system and its physiology of excretion.
|Understand the interlinked mechanism of nervous system with endocrine system.
|Apply the basic to advanced knowledge of human anatomical structures to study structure of male and female reproductive system, Gametogenesis, Placenta and extra embryonic membranes.
|BMLS304-18 Basic Hematology-& Hematological
|Demonstration of Equipments used in clinical Haematology
|Demonstration of various methods to estimate Hb
|Estimation of various parameters related to WBC, platelet, reticulocyte count and PCV
|Apply the use of smear preparation and staining techniques for detection and estimation of WBCs and RBCs
|BMLS 305-18, Analytical Biochem. (P)
|Demonstrate the principle, working and maintenance of spectrophotometer and colorimeter
|Apply the principle of flame photometry to demonstrate the instrumentation and working of fame photometer
|Apply the basic and advanced concepts of chromatographic principles and parameters to demonstrate the procedure, mechanism and instrumentation of paper and thin layer chromatography
|Apply the column chromatographic principles to demonstrate the working, mechanism and instrumentation of gas chromatography
|To demonstrate the working,mechanism and applications of electrophoresis.
|BMLS 306-18, Human Anatomy and Physiology-P
|Understand the anatomy and physiology of human heart along with its blood vessels and its microscopic anatomy.
|Understand the interlinked mechanism of nervous system with digestive system along with microscopic anatomy of liver, spleen and pancreas.
|Understand the structure of organs involved in urine formation along with internal structure of kidney
|Understand the concept of body fluids and general principles for fluid balance.
|Apply the basic to advanced knowledge of human anatomical structures to study structure of male and female reproductive system
|BMLS 307-18, Applied Bacteriology (T)
|Understand the concepts and principles of Antibiotic sensitivity testing and their role in drug resistance in bacteria
|Understand the different methods of infection control and practices in laboratory and their role in hospital infection control program
|Understand the basics of microbial culture preservation techniques and media sterilization for fermentation process.
|Analyze the concept of bacteriological examination of sample
|BMLS 308-18, Applied Bacteriology (P)
|Understand the concept of Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing
|Understand the Concept of Bacteriological examination of samples
|Understand the Concept of Lyophilization and Sterility testing of I.V fluids
|Understand the concept of Biomarkers and disposal of bacterial culture
|BMLS-401-18, Basic Cell Pathology,
|Understand the pathogenesis of diseases related to alimentary, digestive system and accessory digestive glands.
|Understand the cause of diseases related to circulatory system and respiratory system.
|Understand the etiology and pathogenesis of diseases associated with nervous system and endocrine system.
|Understand the basic nature of diseases related to urinary and reproductive system.
|Understand the basic and advanced skills for diagnosis of diseases related to sense organ.
|BMLS402-18- Basic Haematology– II
|Understand the types and properties of various haemoglobin pigments and their associated abnormalities.
|Understand the physiological properties of various coagulation factors and mechanism of blood coagulation required to maintain the normal hemostatic process
|Understand and classify the coagulation factors based upon intrinsic and extrinsic pathways
|Apply the estimation techniques for evaluation and identification of normal and abnormal haemoglobin pigment formation to diagnose the hematological disorders.
|Apply and make use of different coagulation screening tests for diagnosis of variations or irregularities in hemostatic system
|BMLS403-18- Clinical Biochemistry – 1
|Understand hazards, safety measures, organization, management and maintenance of records in clinical biochemistry laboratory.
|Understand quality control and quality assurance in clinical biochemistry laboratory.
|Understand the clinical significance of biochemicals, interpreting results and generating a report.
|Apply the concepts of radioactivity for detection of radioactivity with instruments and to study the applications of radioisotopes in clinical biochemistry.
|Evaluate the levels of different biochemical parameters and electrolytes in clinical samples.
|BMLS404-18- Basic Cell Pathology (P),
|Understand handling of various types of microscope and develop knowledge of squamous cheek cells and digestive system using prepared histological slides.
|Understand the basic structure of organs of circulatory system and respiratory system from the stained slides
|Understand the histological structure of nervous system with the assistance of stained slides
|Analyze internal structure of urinary system organs with the help of prepared stained slides
|Examine various organs of endocrine system using stained slides (Analyze).
|BMLS405-18- Basic Hematology-II - Practical
|Understand the methods to measure the levels of Methaemoglobin, Carboxy and sulphahaemoglobin
|Determination of PT, PTI, INR and APTT of the given sample.
|Apply the method for prepration of Thromboplastin, Cephalin, Thrombin, M/40 CaCl2 and Kaolin Solution.
|Apply the method for determination of platelets using phase contrast microscope in the sample
|BMLS406-18- Clinical Biochemistry – I (P)
|To understand the clinical significance, principle and prodecures of estimation of Glucose, Protein in clinical samples
|To evaluate the level of lipids in blood serum sample
|To evaluate the levels of renal function paramenters in blood serum
|to evaluate the levels of electrolytes in blood serum
|To generate the clinical report and interpreting the results of biochemical investigation.
|BMLS407-18- Immunology and Mycology (T)
|Understand the basic concepts and general features of antigen antibody reactions, Complement system, Immunity and hypersensitivity reactions
|Understand the mechanism of immune response generation in terms of formation of different types antibodies against various antigens and interpret the use of vaccines schedules for providing immunization to society
|Understand the taxonomy, classification, morphology and general characteristics of medically important fungi and outline the culture media used for their growth.
|Apply knowledge of various immunological techniques and serological tests for detection of diseases in the field of medical microbiology
|Apply techniques for isolation, identification and preservation of medically important fungi to diagnose the fungal infections in clinical samples.
|BMLS408-18- Immunology and Mycology
|Demonstration of antigen / antibody determination by Immunoflourescence, Immunodiffusion, precipitation in agarose gel(ouchterlony), CCIEP, ELISA, SDSPAGE and western blotting
|Apply the knowledge to withdraw blood samples by vein puncture and use it to perform various serological tests
|Apply the methods to prepare culture media to process clinical samples for laboratory diagnosis of fungal infections in hair, nail, skin, body fluid and infected Mice
|Apply the use of various staining tecniques to identify yeast and mould
|BMLS501-18- Applied Haematology-1 (T)
|Understand the basic concept of Quality assurance, reference preparation, Safety precautions and use of Statistical analysis to determine haematological parameters.
|Understand Basic concepts of automation in haematology, Quantitative assay of coagulation factors and Biomedical waste management in haematology laboratory.
|Understand the use of Routine examination of urine, seminal fluid CSF and other body fluids i.e. pleural, peritoneal and synovial fluid etc. to diagnose various conditions
|Understand L.E. cell phenomenon and its clinical significance, Disorder of leucocytes, Physiological variations in Hb, PCV, TLC, DLC & Platelets and diagnosis of various disorders based upon Red cell anomalies.
|Apply the knowledge of Bone marrow examination using aspiration, trephine biopsy techniques followed by staining to determine cause of variations in differential cell counts and cellular ratios
|BMLS502-18- Applied Haematology-1 (P)
|Demonstarte the methods to identify the abnormal morphological forms of WBCs and RBCs
|Demonstarte the method to Prepare various additive reagents used in mixing experiments to determine PT, APTT and Thrombin time
|Demonstrate functional aspects of blood cell counter and Coagulometer
|Apply the Physical, Chemical and Microscopic method to examine urine, CSF, other body fluids and seminal fluid including sperm count
|Apply the process to examine bone marrow using various staining techniques
|BMLS503-18- Medical Laboratory Management
|Understand the Ethical Principles and standards for a clinical laboratory professional including (GLP) Regulations and Accreditation, Safety in a clinical laboratory:
|Understand the Patient management for clinical samples collection, transportation and preservation. Sample accountability.
|Understand the procedure of Sample analysis and factors affecting sample analysis, Reporting results. Basic format of a test report and Reported reference range
|Understand the quality control management system with emphasis on internal quality control and external quality control, biomedical waste management and introduction to calibration and Validation of Clinical Laboratory instruments
|Understand the Laboratory Information system and financial Management, Ethics in Medical laboratory Practice and Audit in a Medical Laboratory
|Understand the basics of histotechnology ,Care and maintenance of laboratory equipment used in histotechnology ,Collection and transportation of specimens for histological examination and Basic concepts of fixation and various types of fixatives used to demonstrate various elements of tissue.
|Understand the process of Section Cutting: a. Introduction regarding equipment used for sectioning, Freezing Microtome and various types of Cryostats and faults in paraffin section cutting with reason and remedy, spreading the sections and attachment or mounting of sections to glass slide.
|Understand the process of Decalcification and Technique of decalcification followed with selection of tissue.
|Understand the Processing of various tissues for histological examination, routine timing schedule for manual or automatic tissue processing, Components & principles of various types of automatic tissue processors
|Understand the mechanism of dye chemistry and theory of Staining, Impregnation and Mountants and preparation of stains, equipments of staining.
|BMLS505-18- CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY--II
|Understand the basic principles of automation in clinical biochemistry.
|Understand the procedure for chemical examination of CSF and gastric contents.
|Understand the methods for estimation and assessment of different tests involved in
Diabetes mellitus I
|Understand the tests involved for the qualitative analysis of kidneys.
|Understand the clinical significance and procedures for estimation of different clinically
|Demonstration of instruments used for dissection, Use of antiseptics, disinfectants and insecticides in a tissue processing laboratory, Reception and labelling of histological specimens.
|Understand the principle of fixatives and their preparation
|Understand the process of Decalcification and Technique of decalcification followed with selection of tissue and illustrate the process of embedding and casting of block and process a bone for decalcification.
|Summarize the processing of tissue by automated and manual method and preparation of 70% alcohol in a histopathology laboratory and demonstrate various part and types of microtome and learn sharpening of microtome knife (Honing and stropping technique) for section cutting.
|Outline the features of practicing attachment of tissue sections to glass slides and learn using tissue floatation bath drying of sections in incubator.
|BMLS507-18- CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY--II
|Estimation of glucose tolerance test & insulin tolerance test
|Estimation of uric acid. Urea and creatinine in urine.
|Determination of clinically important enzyme
|Determination of different biomarkers associated with thyroid hormones.
|BMLS601-18- Applied Haematology – II
|Understand the pathogenesis of different types of anemia and discuss the laboratory diagnosis of various anemias.
|Understand the etiology and pathogenesis of leukemia and lab investigation of leukamoid reactions.
|Understand the basic mechanism of normal fibrinolysis and various diseases related to platelets including their normal functions.
|Identify the cause of chromosomal studies in various hematological disorders, their significance and describe cytochemical stainings with their significances (Apply)
|Apply the basic and advanced skills for the measurement of radioactivity, its units, hazards and disposal of radioactive material. (Apply).
|BMLS602-18- Applied Haematology – II
|Understand handling of specimen like urine and blood and measure the amount of Hemoglobin in the given samples.
|Demonstrate the presence of Hb-S by sickling test and osmotic red cell fragility test.
|Analyze the given sample for glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD) and foetal hemoglobin (Hb-F).
|Analyze various tests for platelet function tests and their defects such as plateletfactor 3 availability test.
|Illustrate the principle of various cytochemical stainings used in haematology and understand the morphology of cells on the stained slides (Analyze).
|BMLS603-18- Blood Banking
|Understand about blood grouping & blood transfusion.
|Understand the concept of blood grouping, compatibility testing in blood transfusion
|Examine the donated blood for various infectious diseases.
|Explain the laboratory investigations of transfusion reactions
|Explain the preparation of various fractions of blood for transfusion
|BMLS604-18- PARASITOLOGY AND VIROLOGY
|Understand about introduction, general characteristics, life cycle of various Medically important parasites
|Understand about diseases caused by medically important viruses
|Explain laboratory diagnosis of various Medically important parasites
|samples collection and laboratory diagnosis of some important viral infections.
|Explain the Staining techniques used in Virology
|BMLS605-18- HISTOTECHNOLOGY – II & Cytology
|Understand the basic concept of tissue fixation, embedding, cryostat sectioning, staining, and mounting of slides for histopathological examination
|Understand the characteristics of tissues (connective, muscles, nerves) and demonstrate the presence of pigments, proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids to describe basic cellular and tissue functions.
|Understand the use of neuropathological techniques for detection of neuro-degenerative disorders and describe the museum techniques for preservation and presentation of specimen
|Understand the importance of Autoimmune disorders, role of immunity in cancer prevention and diagnosis and tissue typing for kidney transplant
|Apply the knowledge of enzyme histochemistry for diagnoses of cytochemical disorders and aspiration cytological based techniques for determination of fluid cytology
|BMLS606-18- PARASITOLOGY AND VIROLOGY (P)
|Demonstration of fertilized hen egg and its various inoculation routes
|Demonstration of various stages of life cycle of malarial parasites from stained slides
|Identification of adult worms from models/slides
|Apply various methods to examine stool for detection of intestinal parasites
|BMLS607-18-Histotechnology-II & Cytology - Practical
|Demonstarte the frozen section cutting of tissue and use of various staining processes to demonstrate fat, smooth muscles, collagen, elastic fibers, calcium, iron, nucleic acids and bar bodies in tissue sections
|Demonstrate the presence of bacteria and fungi in paraffin embedded sections using different staining procedures
|Apply the method for preparation of schiff’s reagent in the lab and perform Per iodic Acid schiff’s stain
|Apply the method for preparation of ammonical silver bath in the laboratory and stain paraffin embedded section for the demonstration of reticulinfibers