Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Medical Technology
Program Structure for Batch 2017-20
Program Structure for Batch 2017-20
To train students in the technological aspects of medical care with a good
scientific foundation. These students will be in a position to competently assist the
Physician or Surgeon, especially in high-tech medical procedures to cater to the
health care industry globally..
Programme commences on Thursday, 09th Aug 2018
Admissions Open for B.Sc. Medical Technology
Three Years Full Time
Within the Sanctioned intake:
Scheduled Caste: 15%
Scheduled Tribes: 7.5%
Differently Abled: 3%
Over and above the Sanctioned intake:
Kashmiri Migrants: 2 seats
International Students: 15%
Std. XII Pass with any two of the following subjects : Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Mathematics OR equivalent as decided by competent authority.
Working Professionals: For the candidates who have educational qualification and work experience in the mentioned specializations, admissions will be given directly to 2nd year subject to approval of the SIU.
Based on marks in XII Std. Science / Equivalent Examination followed Entrance test & Personal interview and written ability test.
MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION
The medium of instruction for all the courses shall be English
PATTERN OF COURSE
Well trained technocrats with a strong scientific foundation make Medical Technology a challenging and rewarding career. The demand for professionals who can provide diagnostic and therapeutic service has been growing at a much faster pace than the number being trained every year. Students can pick up global careers in
- Medical Technology industry
- Medical equipment companies
- Homecare industry
- Medical imaging industry
- Dialysis center & services
- Intensive & Critical care
- Diagnostic centers & services
- Pathology Laboratories
- Academic institutes
- Simulation centers
- Research & Development centers
- IT in Medical Technology
The programme offers specializations in the following areas:
- Cardiac Care Technology
- Respiratory Therapy
- Dialysis Technology
- Imaging Sciences
- Clinical Laboratory Technology
- Operation Theatre and Anesthesia Technology
Cardiac Care Technology The Cardiac Care Technologist is responsible for direct and indirect patient care, haemo- dynamic monitoring, equipment set up and operation. They assist the Physician during cardiac procedures and assume responsibility for completion of other cardiac lab functions as assigned.
Respiratory Therapy The Respiratory Therapist is a key member of the medical team, specializing in diagnostics, treatments and procedures in the care of patients with respiratory problems. They evaluate, treat and care for patients with breathing disorders.
Dialysis Technology Dialysis Technologists operate machines that remove waste and excess fluids from the blood of patients whose kidneys can no longer carry out those functions satisfactorily. The programme is designed to provide competencies & technical skills necessary in the field of dialysis.
Imaging Sciences Imaging Sciences Technologists are health professionals who facilitate diagnosis and management through the creation of images using medical imaging modalities like X-ray, Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance and Computed Tomography.
Clinical Laboratory Technology Clinical Lab. Technology is concerned with the analysis of biological specimens to support diagnosis and treatment of disease. Laboratory Technologists perform a full range of laboratory tests, the information of which influences the medical treatment a patient will receive.
Operation Theatre and Anesthesia Technology The Operation Theatre and Anaesthesia Technologist is responsible for direct and indirect patient care equipment set up, Pre, Intra & Post operative procedures.
The courses include both theoretical & practical knowledge of the Diagnostic Investigations, Therapeutic procedures and Equipments as applicable to the health care sector today. It introduces students to emerging technologies and their applications. Students spend a considerable part of their learning time in hospital set-ups where they are exposed to actual 'hands on' practical training. Each student works on a project related to his / her specialization.
Symbiosis Centre for Health Skills (SCHS) is a multidisciplinary educational facility that strives to provide high –tech simulated and virtually created hospital set-up for teaching, training and assessment for all health care professionals in clinical and related management skills. The broad objective is to align with the National Agenda of Skill Development to create robust and vibrant eco system for quality education and skill development in the healthcare sector in the country. This simulation based training is an integral part of education and training in Medical Technology and helps students to expertise the technical competencies.
As part of their curriculum students are taught additional modules on Management issues relevant to the respective specializations. The students are also trained in soft skills, Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).
The Global Immersion Program (GIP), Inter Institute Credit Transfer Program, Liberal Arts & Social Services exposes the students to the external world & helps in the overall development of the student.
There is emphasis on a multidisciplinary approach towards achieving professional success.
The evaluation will have both internal & external components. The internal component will be continuous
throughout the semester & external component will be conducted by the university at the end of the
semester. A student would be required to pass in each head (internal and external) independently. Students
would be assessed according to the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system. Students would be
awarded the Grade Point Average where grades would be awarded based on the class average. A student
would be required to perform consistently well.
The Medical Technology programme will have a total of 150 credits in 3 years. Each credit is defined as 15 hours of teaching (Lecture or Lecture demonstration) or 30 hours of supervised practicals. Each credit is assessed for 25 Marks. For all external courses internal assessment will be of 40% and external assessment will be of 60%. Practicals will be 100% external. Internal courses will be evaluated 100% internally by the institute.
STANDARD OF PASSING
The assessment of the student for each examination is done, based on relative performance. Maximum Grade Point (GP) is 10 corresponding to O (Outstanding). For all courses, a student is required to pass both internal and external examination separately with a minimum Grade Point of 4 corresponding to Grade P. Students securing less than 40% absolute marks in each head of passing will be declared FAIL. The University awards a degree to the student who has achieved a minimum CGPA of 4 out of maximum of 10 CGPA for the program.
AWARD OF DEGREE
B.Sc.(Medical Technology) Degree will be awarded at the end of 3 years, taking into consideration the performance of the candidate in all examinations conducted throughout the three years.
FEE STRUCTURE - BATCH 2018-21
Program fees for B.Sc. (Medical Technology)
Amount in INR for 1st Year
Total fees for 1st Year
The programme fee includes examination fees and Convocation & Transcript fees.
a. In case of backlog, the fees will be charged separately as per the schedule given by SIU
b. In case of 'Term Not Granted (TNG)', the student need not pay the fees for the subsequent attempt
c. The fee for the 2nd and 3rd year may be revised as per the hospital attachments
HOW TO APPLY
STEP I: Online registration to B.Sc. Medical Technology programme: Complete the online registration by filling the online registration form and making online payment of registration charges. Registration charges are Rs.1250/-
STEP II: You will be called for Entrance Test & PI-WAT exam ( Personal Interview and Written Ability Test)
STEP III: Selection will be intimated to candidate through email.
STEP IV: Admission process will be completed after the verification of all the submitted documents and payment of 1st instalment of academic fees.
Documents required at the time of Admission:
1. Certificate of passing the qualifying examination (10th & 12th Science)
2. Mark list (10th & 12th Science)
3. Migration Certificate in original
4. Transfer Certificate or School Leaving Certificate
5. Character Certificate / No dues certificate
6. Requisite caste certificate issued by the competent authority if admission is against reserved category
7. Gap Certificate if applicable
8. Certificate of change of name if applicable supported by documentary evidence like Government Gazette
|Registration start date||1st March 2018|
|Registration close||22nd June 2018|
|Entrance Test & PIWAT Exam||
|Programme commencement date||09th Aug 2018|
Note: *These are tentative dates, subject to change. For regular updates, please log once.
STUDENT HANDBOOK – B.Sc. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY BATCH 2017-20
Induction Program 2014 – B. Sc. Medical Technology program
Left To Right
Dr. Rajiv Yeravdekar, Dean, Faculty of Health & Biomedical Sciences, SIU
Dr. Rajani Gupte Vice Chancellor,Symbiosis International University (SIU)
Chief Guest : Dr. A. Velumani Chairman, Thyrocare Technologies Ltd
Padma Bhushan Dr. S.B. Mujumdar, Founder & President, Symbiosis, Chancellor, SIU
Guest of Honour: Shri. Ramling Mali, President, Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai
Dr. Vidya Yeravdekar Principal Director, Symbiosis Society
RESCARE 2014 - Indian Association of Respiratory Care (IARC) hosted by SIHS
Left To Right
Dr. Sammita Jadhav, Deputy Director, Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences.
Dr. Anita Shenoy, President, Indian Association of Respiratory Care (IARC).
Dr. Rajiv Yeravdekar, Dean, Symbiosis Institute of Health and Biomedical Sciences, SIU.
Chief Guest: Dr. Shirish Prayag, Managing Director & Chief Consultant in Critical Care Medicine, Prayag Hospital, Pune.
Prof. Vijay Deshpande, Prof. Emeritus, Respiratory Therapy, Georgia State University, USA.