Dr. Om Prakash Eye Institute

Master of Optometry

Course Duration 2 Years

About Course

Optometry is a healthcare profession that is autonomous, educated, and regulated (licensed/registered), and optometrists are the primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care, which includes refraction and dispensing, detection/diagnosis and management of disease in the eye, and the rehabilitation of conditions of the visual system.

Program Overview

Dr. Om Prakash Eye Institute has introduced a 4-Year full-time program in Optometry, which deals with the examination, diagnosis, treatment and management of diseases and disorders of the visual system.

The program is envisaged to develop a multipurpose opthalmic manpower at paramedical level. The program will enable a student to became a competent person in providing service as an Optician, Optomerist, Refraction Specialist and Ophthalmic Assistant to the community. Our training methodology will provide students with integrated inputs that will help develop their conceptual & analytical skills, and a strong technical knowledge base, in order to prepare them for a bright future in the eye care sector of the Healthcare industry.

Eligibility & Admission

It is recommended that the students entering the Master in Optometry programme should have completed B.Sc (Optometry) or Bachelor in Optometry (BOPTOM) along with compulsory year long internship from the UGC recognized University or equivalent with minimum 50% as passing marks.

Registration Fee (One Time) 15,000/-INR
Semester Fee (One Time) 55,000/-INR

Learning Outcomes

Career Prospects

There is a huge demand of optometrist in the country. The profession not only gives immense opportunities of employment but also gives student a chance of self-employment too. There are multiple options available to choose from depending upon career interests or ability to perform skills.

Course Curriculum

Applied Optometric Optics + -

Advanced Ophthalmic Diagnostic Procedure & Instrumentation + -

Epidemiology and Community Optometry + -

Research Methodology & Biostatistics + -

Business Aspects in Optometry + -

Applied Clinical Optometry + -

Advanced Contact Lens Practice I + -

Ocular diseases & Therapeutics + -

Recent advances in Optometry + -

Occupational Optometry + -

Geriatric Optometry and Low Vision Rehabilitation II + -

Pediatric Optometry & Binocular Vision II + -

Advance Contact Lens Practice II + -

Specialty Clinics + -

Dissertation + -

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    Mon – Fri: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Sat – Sun: Closed

    650 Birmingham St,
    London 3000, UK

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