India’s healthcare sector is one of the largest service sectors with a market-size of around US$ 100 billion at present, and a remarkable contribution of about 5% to the national GDP. Again, this vast and varied healthcare sector of India employs over 4 million medical professionals, paramedical personnel and technicians, and supportive staff, in its diverse disciplines of medicine, surgery, and healing & wellness. Moreover, as this Indian healthcare sector has been perennially growing with a compound annual growth rate [CAGR] of 15%, it desperately requires a huge number of medical professionals and paramedical staff in every discipline, to run smoothly and most efficiently. Our internationally reputed kabra institutes of Medical Science (KIMS) is committed to produce a part of this annual requirement, and thus, serve the globally renowned healthcare sector of India. Our paramedical diploma courses which are conducted in the following vital and exquisite fields, are properly recognized by UGC and MCI, and are therefore, excellent for building fast prospering careers in different institutions of the governmental and private segments of the Indian healthcare sector. These paramedical diploma courses are taught and supervised by well-learned and well-experienced medical doctors and professionals of national and international fame. After successful completion of these diploma courses, students are sure to find lavish and bright employments at entry to lower positions in the concerned streams of medical assistance and healthcare in India and countries abroad.

Duration :- 2 Years
Eligibility :- 10 + 2 (Science subject)
Medical Lab Technologist Diploma course. Medical laboratory technology is the branch of medical science responsible for performing laboratory investigations relating to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. The main subjects to be covered during the first and second year of this course are the same as for the Degree Course. Within completion of two years of the above given course, the candidate after undergoing requisite course module, diploma will be awarded and also have an option to continue if desired, the degree course, within the requisite time schedule as mentioned in the degree course. The duration of the course is generally two years but it depends mainly on the criteria prescribed in different institutes in India. The course is career orienting and job providing in nature along with many further study scopes.

1 Year

Sr. No Subjects of Study
1 Basic of Laboratory Equipment and Basic Chemistry
2 Basic Hematology
3 Blood Banking and Immunelogy
4 Clinical Pathology (Body Fluids) and Parasitology
5 practical instrument training

2 Year

Sr. No Subjects of Study
1 Clinical Biochemistry
2 Micro-Biology
3 Immunology
4 Histopathology and Cytology
5 practical instrument training