About the Programme
Bachelor in Science (Dialysis Technology) is a three year degree course in the School of Allied Health Sciences which prepares students to become trained dialysis technicians who provide strong paramedical support system to hospitals for providing specialized care to renal failure patients. Dialysis technicians work closely with Nephrologists and carry out regular dialysis and various preparatory procedures including the sterilization and maintenance of machines for patients of chronic renal failure awaiting renal transplant. They play an important role in ameliorating the sufferings of such patients and help in improving the quality of their life. This is an ever-expanding field and there are a large number of  patients in need of such a care in the country and in the world.
The curriculum is designed to impart contemporary academic teaching and concomitant practical training in 900 bedded on campus specialized hospitals, by competent teachers and specialized doctors. The program will also instill the values of compassion and ethics to make them caring towards the community.
BDT Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
An undergraduate student having qualified the BSc Dialysis Technology examination should  be able to:
- PEO1: Acquire comprehensive knowledge of structure and functions of human body,   physiological and biochemical mechanisms involved in normal and abnormal health  condition, knowledge of light microscopic and ultrastructure of human specimen.  Knowledge of structure and functional correlation of blood constituents with disease  process and be able to communicate the same clearly and with precision.
- PEO2: Be aware of contemporary advances and developments in the field of medical   laboratory sciences.
- PEO3: Acquire knowledge of modern research techniques and be familiar with the recent  advances in medical laboratory tests.
- PEO4: Inculcate habit of scientific enquiry and be able to identify lacunae in the existing  knowledge in a given area.
- PEO5: Have acquired skills in interpreting the results to medical and paramedical  professionals as Unit manager/ supervisor or health care administrator.
- PEO6: Have acquired skills in effectively communicating with the students and colleagues  from various medical and paramedical fields as educational consultant or Dialysis  coordinator etc.
- PEO7: Have acquired skills of integrating dialysis tests with other disciplines of medical  sciences as and when needed
BDT Program Outcomes (PO’s)
Program Specific Outcomes: The graduate attributes of BSc Dialysis Technology of SAHS  are as follows:
- PO1 : Knowledge of laboratory tests: Posses theoretical and practical knowledge of the  laboratory test associated with diagnosis of diseases including biochemical, pathological, and  microbiological test in the laboratory.
- PO2 : Thinking abilities: Utilize the principles of scientific test, thinking analytically,  clearly, and critically, while solving dialysis problems and making patient reports after  sample processing in daily practice.
- PO3: Planning abilities: Demonstrate effective planning abilities including dialysis technology timing management, resource management, delegation skills and organizational  skills. Develop and implement plans and organize work to meet deadlines.
- PO4 : Professional identity: Understand, analyze, and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g., health care professionals, laboratory supervisors and  managers) through consideration of social, economic and health issues.
- PO5: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Dialysis practice.
- PO6: Lifelong learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to  engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of dialysis technology  change.