In the allied healthcare sector, Medical Laboratory technology is fast gaining importance. Clinical Laboratory tests aid the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. They have become key elements in the treatment of physiological conditions of the body. The examination conducted by the physician is supported by laboratory investigations of the specimens. Bachelor of Science (Medical Laboratory Technology) course offered by the Moulana College of Paramedical Sciences is recognized by Kerala Paramedical Council, Government of Kerala and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur.

Eligibility for BSc MLT

Pass in Plus two Examination or any equivalent Examination approved by government with physics, chemistry and biology with an average of 50% marks.

Admission procedure:

Total number of seats available - 30
50% of the students are admitted from government merit list and 50% of the students are admitted under management quota

Scheme of Examination:

Sessional Examination: 3 sessional examinations shall be conducted during each year in each subjects and the average of best of two examinations shall constitute the sessional marks awarded in theory and practical separately.

Annual Examination:

At the end of the each academic year an Annual Examination will be conducted as per University norms.


Govt. sector: Tutor/lecturer in MLT under medical education services, Vocational Teacher in MLT under vocational higher secondary education. Perfusion Technologist in DME service. Junior scientific officer, senior scientific officer in DHS and DME services

Private sector: The laboratory specialist can get excellent job opportunities in modern Multi Specialty Hospital in India and Abroad and teaching posts in self financing paramedical colleges.


Diploma in Operation Theatre and Anaesthesia Technology (DOTAT)

Intake:15 students


Aim of the course is to train people in the use of modern Electronic and Electric equipments used in Operation theatres, Critical Care Units etc., including life saving equipments.

Duration of the Course - 2 years plus six months compulsory internship

Diploma in Radiological Technology (DRT)

The objective of the course is to teach and train the students Radiological Techniques. Duration of the course is 2 years. The course consists of two parts. Part I (1st year) consists of (i) General and Radiation Physics (ii) Anatomy (iii) Physiology and (iv) Pathology. Part II (2nd year) consists of (i) Physics of Medical imaging and Radiotherapy and (ii) Radiography including Dark Room Technique (iii) Radiotherapy. There will be an examination at the end of Part I and Part II with written and Oral and Practical test. A minimum of 50% marks in each of the subject is required for a pass.

Intake:30 students

The course shall be conducted under department of Radiology of the Hospital.

Eligibility for DRT and DOTAT

Candidates who have passed the Plus Two / Higher Secondary / Pre degree Examination from Kerala with Physics, Chemistry, Biology as Optional subjects or any other examination recognized by the Universities in Kerala as equivalent there to are eligible for admission, to DRT and DOTAT courses provided that they have secured an aggregate of 40% marks in Optional subjects. Relaxation of marks will be allowed to candidates of SC/ ST communities.
For more details please contact the college.