An optometrist is a medical specialist who specializes in primary vision care. They are not medical doctors, but they are licensed to practice optometry, which includes performing check ups, writing contact lens and glasses prescriptions, detecting abnormalities in the eye, and treating specific eye diseases.
ANATOMY OF THE EYEBALL
PHYSIOLOGY OF VISION
REFRACTION & RETINOSCOPY
OPTICAL SYSTEM OF NORMAL & ABNORMAL EYE
SPECTACLES AND INTRAOCULAR LENSES
OPHTHALMIC EQUIPMENTS & INSTRUMENTS
PHYSICS OF OPTICS
COMMON DISEASES OF
Diploma in Ophthalmic Assistants Course (2 years)conducted by the Medical Colleges in Kerala or equivalent qualification.
Age relaxation - OBC 3 years, SC / ST 5 year
Convenient batch timings
Updated Study Materials
Doubt clearing classes.
Extended and in-depth classroom sessions
Affordable fees without compromising the quality Class
Well qualified and experienced teachers team.
Mental Boost up & Counseling Program.
Eligibility Requirements for Optometry (UG & PG) The completion of a 10+2 from a recognised board with science as the stream is the minimum qualification necessary. The minimum pass percentage is 45%, and you must be at least 17 years old. Candidates are required to take university-level entrance tests.
The Master of Optometry is a two-year full-time programme. This is a more advanced course in which students learn how to diagnose and treat common eye illnesses. It is an excellent course for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of the human eye and fixing its problems.
Optometrists diagnose and treat eye disorders and visual difficulties. They do eye exams to detect any abnormalities with your vision. Optometrists can prescribe several of the most common therapies for vision correction, such as eyeglasses.
Yes. BSc Optometry course from Bharathiar university is acceptable for Kerala PSC. Kerala accepts and recognizes degrees from Bharathiar University just like from any other Indian university.