Dhaka Microlab Institute of Medical Technology

Institution Code: 044

  • Dr. Mohsina Afroz (Shohi)
  • Principle
  • 01717-739032
  • Racecourse, Adarsha Sador, Cumilla.
  • microlabimt1978@gmail.com

Principal's Message

Health care is a recognized human right and universally recognized as an important indicator of human resource development Recognized Among the 17 goals and 169 targets of Bangladesh's Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs Health care has been given the highest priority as the number three critical issue. The deadline is 2030.SilvaIn light of that, technologists who have passed B.Sc in Medical Technology (Laboratory Medicine) and B.Sc in Medical Technology (Dentistry) courses at Dhaka Microlab Institute of Medical Technology will play a helpful role in fulfilling the said target. The students who passed out from the institute are now working in the specialized hospitals of the country including the capital and are playing the role of doctors as well as healthcare support manpower. We have our own labs and digital campus of all modern and international standards and skilled and experienced faculty. To manage all the activities of the institution smoothly, the board of directors is made up of educated people. Traditionally Dhaka Microlab IMT has unique features compared to any other institution. I wish the organization continued success

Dr.Mohsina Afroz (Shohi)


Dhaka Microlab Institute of Medical Technology.


Taking technological education, the world works together, keeping this slogan infront of this slogan, we intend to establish the Dhaka Microlab Institute of Medical Technology as a top priority for the creation of lakhs of manpower structures that will help in the implementation of Vision 2030. Gains The biggest source and carrier of a country's progress is a healthy life and skilled people with modern knowledge and to keep those people healthy, skilled doctors and skilled technologists are the main responsibility of medical institutes to produce skilled technologists. of our country Medical technologists are scarce compared to doctors. So the People's Republic to deliver health services to the grassroots Along with the government of Bangladesh, medical institutes are playing a supporting role in the private sector. In a word, skilled technologists are needed for improving the quality of health care and making accurate diagnosis using various modern equipment. Dhaka Microlab Institute of Medical Technology is working tirelessly to implement the realistic decision of the government.