::Departments : Clinical : Ophthalmology
The department of Ophthalmology was started in 2004 along with the inception of the college. Out Patient cases were steadily increasing in number from the date of commencement .
Teaching Faculties
Professors - 2
Associate professor - 1
Senior Assistant Professor - 1
Assistant Professor - 1
Senior Resident -1
Non-Teaching Staffs:
Ophthalmic Assistants - 2

Academic activities
Name of course offered- MBBS
Total number of students per year: - 100

Regarding the details of the Course, Selection procedure and University Examination details refer Student information Center.

Regular theory classes & Clinical demonstrations are conducted for First Clinical and Pre-final MBBS Students.
Symposium and CME Programmes are conducted regularly.
Our Department is well equipped with following instruments:
  • Phaco emulsification machine
  • Advanced operating microscopes with Assistant scope
  • Applanation Tonometry
  • Ultrasound Biomicroscope
  • Endo laser for diabetic retinopathy
  • Slit lamp 
  • Pachymetry
  • A-scan & biometry
  • Indirect ophthalmoscope
  • Nd:YAG laser
  • Autokerato-refractometer
Services Offered:

No of units:                           One
OP Days & Timings:            Monday to Saturday , 7:30    Am to 12:00 pm
Admission Days:
On all Working days of the Week
Bed Strength - 24
Average O.P: 50-60/day 
Average I.P: 150-200/month

Theatre Days:

Total no of Surgeries -      2,000  /Year
No of Cataract Surgeries – 1,500 /year
No of Special Surgeries -  400 / Year

Type of Surgeries Performed
  • Phaco with foldable IOL
  • Squint Surgery
  • Pterygium surgery
  • Dacryocystectomy
  • Dacryocystorhinostomy
  • Lid tear repair
  • Ptosis Correction
  • Ectropion&Entropion Correction
  • Surgeries for Ocular injuries
  • Ocular FB removal
  • Chalazion/cyst excision
Special Clinics:
  1. Retina Clinic
  2. Glaucoma Clinic
  3. Squint & Neuro Ophthalmology Clinic

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