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Haresh Question by Haresh on Jun 26, 2023Hindi
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Sir My son completed 12th and passed in neet with 400 marks now he wants to go for engineering graduation please advise

Ans: Hello Haresh,

First and foremost, thank you for getting in touch with us. Congratulations to your son on clearing the NEET! Please do let us know if your son if considering pursuing Engineering abroad or in India.
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Dear Siir, My son is studying BMLT( Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Technology) of 31⁄2 years duration, (likely to be 4 years) and will complete his study in June'24. Then he will have to undergo mandatory internship in labs or hospitals where he is to be placed by the University. I would request you to show a suitable path to follow for him after the end of his present course. Should he go for further higher relevant study for future prospects or search for a job? He is now 26 years+(DOB- 07/10/1997). He attempted NEET after 12 in 2016 & every time he did qualify but couldn't bag up a general seat due to marks constraint. He did qualify in West Bengal JEE but showed no interest in Engineering career. He always likes to adhere to medical/ allied health service courses. I await your valuable expertise advice regarding my son.
Ans: Hello Sir,
below can be career avenues for your son.

Clinical Laboratory Technologist/Technician: This is the most common career path for MLT graduates. You could work in hospitals, clinics, diagnostic laboratories, or research facilities, performing tests on patient samples to assist physicians in diagnosing and treating diseases.

Research Assistant: MLT graduates can work as research assistants in laboratories, assisting scientists and researchers in conducting experiments, analyzing data, and contributing to scientific discoveries.
Quality Control Technician: You could work in pharmaceutical or biotechnology companies, ensuring that products meet quality standards by testing raw materials, intermediates, and finished products for purity, potency, and safety.

Infection Control Officer: With additional training or certification, you could work as an infection control officer, responsible for preventing and controlling infections in healthcare settings by monitoring and implementing protocols to ensure patient and staff safety.

Public Health Officer: MLT graduates can work in public health departments or government agencies, contributing to disease surveillance, outbreak investigations, and health promotion programs aimed at improving community health.

Healthcare Information Specialist: With additional training in health informatics or medical coding, you could work as a healthcare information specialist, managing and analyzing patient data to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes.

Education and Training: If you enjoy teaching, you could pursue a career as a teacher or instructor in MLT programs, training future laboratory professionals.


Specialized Laboratory Technologist: MLT graduates can choose to specialize in areas such as microbiology, hematology, immunology, or molecular diagnostics, focusing on a specific area of laboratory testing.
Phlebotomist: If you enjoy working directly with patients, you could become a phlebotomist, responsible for drawing blood samples for laboratory testing.


Healthcare Administration: With additional education or experience, you could pursue a career in healthcare administration, managing laboratory operations, budgets, and personnel.

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