The training methodology during the Program will provide integrated inputs that will help to develop a high degree of conceptual skills, analytical skills and high-quality technical knowledge base among aspirants, in order to prepare them for a bright future in the eyecare sector of the healthcare industry.
Our four-year Optometry Program is designed to provide you with all the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills needed to become a qualified optometrist. As against common belief, optometrists do much more than supplying spectacles and contact lenses. An optometric examination includes screening for signs of diseases that may need medical attention. Optometrists may also offer specialist advice and treatment to patients having problems with low vision, binocular vision, and those with specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia.
- One-and-a-half-year on campus.
- One-and-a-half-year practical training at Sankara Eye Hospital, Ludhiana.
- One-year paid internship in one of the Sankara network hospitals across the country.
Xll passed (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Maths as a compulsory subjects) Personal Interview! Rs 50,000 will need to e paid at the end of the 1st year for the Mandatory Optometry kit
Indian Student : 2,20,000,