B.Sc in Urology and Reproductive Technology

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B.Sc in Urology and Reproductive Technology

Course Overview:

 B.Sc in Urology and Reproductive Technology is a newly emerging and in demand program of the emergent needs of experts in the fields of urology, andrology, reproductive medicine that involves technical application in endoscopic, laparoscopic, microsurgical andrology and urology. In addition, technical support is necessary and crucial during various Assisted Reproductive Techniques, which has been on rise over the past few years. Services of a Urology and Reproductive technologist are highly desired in every super specialty hospital and healthcare unit for advanced management.
 There is a critical need for preparing a competent cadre of young professionals trained in the area of Urology and Reproductive Technology and the young professionals are responsible for the installation and maintenance of medical devices, instruments and machines. For instance, setting up machines such as C-arm, ESWL machine, setting up and maintenance of laparoscopic and endo-urology instruments and monitors, which are high end and at the same time expensive that need to be maintained optimally at regular intervals. Also, they are active members in performing routine maintenance checks and software calibrations, as well as major repairs if a particular machine is malfunctioning.
 Graduates from this program emerge as active members of healthcare teams, proficient in performing routine maintenance checks, software calibrations, and major repairs when required, therefore making this one of the best allied health sciences courses in Bangalore. The incorporation of these practical skills ensures that professionals entering the workforce are well-prepared to address the dynamic challenges in urology and reproductive technology.

The BSc Urology and Reproductive Technology course not only caters to the academic rigour required for the field but also aligns with the growing demand for skilled professionals in Bangalore's healthcare landscape. Graduates are well-positioned to contribute significantly to the evolving landscape of urology, andrology, and reproductive medicine, making a tangible impact in the healthcare sector.

Eligibility for B.Sc Urology and Reproductive Technology:

The qualification for Eligibility for B.Sc Urology and Reproductive Technology is a pass in 10+2, A Level, IB, American, 12th Grade or equivalent board, with a minimum 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology, and with a pass in English.

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Curriculum Structure:

The B.Sc Urology and Reproductive Technology syllabus not only delves into theoretical foundations but also provides practical training to navigate high-end equipment such as C-arm and ESWL machines.

  1. Anatomy - I
  2. Physiology - I
  3. Anatomy - II
  4. Physiology - II
  5. Biochemistry
  6. Pathology
  7. Pharmacology - I
  8. Radiology
  9. Microbiology
  10. Pharmacology - II
  11. Practical: Anatomy I
  12. Practical: Physiology
  13. Practical: Anatomy II
  14. Practical: Biochemistry
  15. Practical Pharmacology I
  16. Practical Pathology
  17. Practical Microbiology
  18. Practical Radiology
  1. Uro-technology I
  2. Assisted Reproductive Techniques-I
  3. Uro-technology II
  4. Assisted Reproductive Techniques-II
  5. Practical Uro Technology I
  6. Practical Assisted Reproductive Technology I
  7. Practical Uro Technology II
  8. Practical Assisted Reproductive Technology II
  1. Computer Applications (semester 5)
  1. Environment Studies
  2. Communicative English
  1. Mind Management & Human Values
  2. Biostatistics
  3. Health Care Administration
  4. Database Management
  1. English– I
  2. English – II

Project centric learning (PCL) and Mind management and human values (MMHV) also provided as add-on courses.

    To take over from the previous shift Technician.
  • To assist the doctor in all the clinical procedures as and when necessary.
  • To assist in transport of patients along with the doctors as and when necessary.
  • To be involved in the day-to-day cleaning and sterilisation procedures under the guidance of doctors.
  • To ensure the items are in optimal stock and inform the same to the head of the department in case of shortage.
  • To check and send equipment for repair if needed after confirming with the head of the department.
  • To inform the Biomedical department and the concerned company representatives in case of any breakdown.
  • To maintain all equipments and to keep relevant records and to maintain a checklist of equipments in each shift.
  • To calibrate and keep ready all the equipments used to receive fresh cases.

Studies after B.Sc Urology and Reproductive Technology:

Master's in Urology and Reproductive Medicine: Pursue a Master's degree to deepen your knowledge in urology and reproductive technology. This advanced program can open doors to leadership roles, research opportunities, or specialised clinical practice.

MBA in Healthcare Management: Combine your clinical expertise with business acumen by undertaking an MBA with a focus on healthcare management. This can lead to roles in managing reproductive health clinics, fertility centres, or healthcare administration.

Ph.D. in Reproductive Sciences: Engage in advanced research in reproductive sciences and contribute to the knowledge base of the field. A Ph.D. can lead to academic positions, research leadership roles, or opportunities in healthcare policy and advocacy.

Certification in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART): Pursue specialised certifications in ART to enhance your skills in advanced reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and preimplantation genetic testing (PGT).

Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Embryology: Specialise in clinical embryology by pursuing a postgraduate diploma. This can provide in-depth knowledge and practical skills in handling embryos, improving your expertise in fertility treatments.

Career Progression after pursuing B.Sc in Urology and Reproductive Technology

Duration Roles and responsibilities Salary
0-3 years

Andrology Laboratory Technologist or Clinical Urology Technologist.

INR 3,00,000 to INR 5,00,000 per annum

3-5 years

Senior Andrology Technologist or Advanced Clinical Urology Technologist

INR 5,00,000 to INR 8,00,000 per annum.

5-10 years

Laboratory Manager or Clinical Coordinator

INR 8,00,000 to INR 15,00,000 per annum.

10 years and beyond

Laboratory Director or Clinical Services Manager.

Beyond INR 15,00,000 per annum

Please Note: Salaries can significantly increase based on leadership roles and responsibilities. These salary ranges are approximate and can vary based on factors like the size and reputation of the employer, the candidate's expertise, and the region of employment.
Salaries can vary based on prevailing market dynamics and individual skill levels.

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3 Year Degree Program + 1 Year on Job training (OJT)


Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Respiratory Care Technology

No. of Credits

160 minimum and as specified.

Careers after B.Sc Urology and Reproductive Technology:

Graduates with a B.Sc in Urology and Reproductive Technology possess specialised skills in the field of urology and reproductive health. Here are six career options for individuals with this degree:

  • Clinical Urology Technologist:
  • Work in hospital settings alongside urologists, assisting in diagnostic procedures, surgeries, and treatments related to the urinary system. Clinical urology technologists play a crucial role in patient care and procedural support.

  • Andrology Laboratory Technologist:
  • Specialise in andrology, focusing on male reproductive health. Andrology laboratory technologists work in fertility clinics, conducting sperm analysis, assisting with in vitro fertilisation (IVF), and performing other laboratory procedures related to male reproductive health.

  • Reproductive Health Educator:
  • Take on roles in healthcare education, providing information and support to individuals and communities regarding reproductive health. Educators may work in clinics, educational institutions, or community health organisations.

  • Clinical Research Coordinator in Reproductive Medicine:
  • Contribute to advancements in reproductive medicine by working as a clinical research coordinator. Responsibilities may include coordinating and managing clinical trials, collecting data, and ensuring compliance with research protocols.

  • Embryologist:
  • Specialise in embryology, working in fertility clinics or assisted reproductive technology (ART) centres. Embryologists are involved in the handling, culture, and assessment of embryos during procedures such as IVF.

  • Urology Nurse or Nurse Practitioner:
  • Pursue a career in nursing with a focus on urology and reproductive health. Urology nurses assist urologists in patient care, administer treatments, and educate patients about urological conditions and reproductive health.

These career options leverage the specialised knowledge and skills acquired during a B.Sc in Urology and Reproductive Technology, offering diverse paths in both clinical and non-clinical settings. Graduates can choose roles based on their interests, whether in direct patient care, laboratory settings, research, or community education.