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According to WHO, Optometry is a kind of healthcare profession that is autonomous, educated, and regulated (licensed/registered). Optometrists are the primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who generate complete eye and vision care, that consider refraction and dispensing. Optometry is a process of detection/diagnosis and maintaining disease-related with the eye and the rehabilitation of that clinical conditions of the visual system.
Minimum 55% in XII with pass marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. (Theory & Practical)
Optometrists are concerned with the diagnosis and maintenance of vision oddities, perform eye examinations and decide whether a patient needs visual assistance like spectacle, contact lens, vision therapy, low vision aids and vision rehabilitation.
|Bachelor of Optometry||3 years + 1 year Internship||3,57,200||55% marks or equivalent grade in '10+2' examination with individual pass marks in both theory and practical in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English and upper age limit is 40 as on 31st December, year of admission|
|Bachelor of Optometry - LE||2 years + 1 year Internship||2,14,800||45% marks in Diploma in Optometry from a Govt recognized institution and upper age limit is 40 as on 31st December, year of admission|
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