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Diploma in Ophthalmic Techniques (DOT)

Course approved by Director General of Health Services, Govt. of India Vide Letter No. T-12019/98/90 – Ophthal. Dated 15th September 1992

Objectives 
1. To prepare the students to assist the eye specialist in big eye hospitals, Eye health care     units etc.

2. To enable student to prescribe eye ball exercises to squint eyed patients and those with     muscular imbalances.

3. To enable students to estimate errors of refraction and be able to prescribe glasses under     supervision.

4.  To enable students to get themselves self-employed as opticians, optometrists and     Refractionists.

5. To enable the student to maintain ophthalmic equipment.

Academic Session
Diploma in ophthalmic techniques is a full time course of three-year duration. The course commences on 1st November every year and is divided into four semester of six month each. The third year apprenticeship is devoted to clinical and practical work. There will be examination after the apprenticeship and assessment will be done. There are fully equipped out patient departments with a provision of routine & specialized, investigations associated with clinics in ophthalmic specialties in various centres. Fully equipped indoor wards with all facilities are available. An air-conditioned operation theater provided with modern and latest sophisticated instruments functions regularly with an EMERGENCY unit, well equipped with resuscitation equipments. The diploma holders will play a vital role in providing eye care patients and preventing blindness and vision threatening diseases.

Responsibilities 
The responsibilities of an ophthalmic assistant will include chiefly (under supervision)

01. Taking case history.
02. Testing visual acuity and errors of refraction. (Optometrists and Refractionists)
03. Applying dressing after surgery of injury.
04. Charting visual fields.
05. Instilling eye drops and medicines.
06. Measuring lens power grinding and fitting of glass.
07. Sterilizing, caring for instrument and trays.
08. Testing color vision.
09. Instructing patients about contact lens.
10. Testing ocular motility disorders including stereopsis and binocular vision.
11. Performing tonometry and tonography.
12. Making appointments, receiving patients and performing general secretarial functions.
13. Maintenance of ophthalmic equipment.
14. Conducting special investigations as required the ophthalmic surgeon.

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Latest News

  • 1. Opening shortly: New main branch of Tirupati Eye Institute and Research Centre in Sector 33, Noida. This would be the 1st and only Private Eye Institute approved by Noida Authority in Noida
  • 2. Dr. Mohita Sharma elected for the post of Editor Proceedings of UP State Ophthalmological society in the Annual Conference of UP State Ophthalmological Society at Aligarh in November 20
  • 3. Mohita Sharma attended the International AMD (Age related Macular degeneration) conference at Prague on 2nd and 3rd November 2012.
  • 4. Dr. Mohita Sharma invited as guest faculty and as an instructor for instruction course in the Annual Conference of UP State Ophthalmological Society.
  • 5. New branch of Tirupati Eye Centre opened at " NP Plaza, Main Dadri Road, Near HP Petrol Pump, Sector 41, Noida".
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  • 6. Dr. Mohita Sharma elected as Secretary of Noida Ophthalmological Society on 18th March 2012 at the Annual Conference of Noida Ophthalmological Society held at hotel Fortune Inn Grazia, Noida.
  • 7. Tirupati Eye Centre empanelled with CGHS
  • 8. Tirupati Charitable Trust registered with District Blindness Control Society (DBCS)
  • 9. Dr. Mohita Sharma invited as guest faculty to participate in the meeting of International Association for Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) at ARVO at Fort Lauderdale, Florida on 30th April 2011 to discuss research priorities in diabetic retinopathy.
  • 10. Tirupati Eye Centre got Income Tax exemption under Section 17 of IT Act. All patients being treated will now receive Income Tax benefit
  • 11. Tirupati Eye Centre now empanelled with ECHS Hindon, Iffco Tokyo, Religare, Health Info exchange
  • 12.Eye Camp held in association with Noida Diabetes Forum on 20th February 2011 at Community centre, sector 37, Noida
  • 13.Field visit by team from World Diabetes Foundation (WDF) on 12th December 2010
  • 14.Tirupati Eye Centre was a part of "Global Diabetes walk" on World Diabetes Day 14th November 2010, organized by World Diabetes foundation globally- Photos
  • 15.Public Lecture on "Effects of diabetes on eye" given by Dr. Mohita Sharma on 13th November 2010 at Club 26, Noida on the eve of World Diabetes Day in association with Noida diabetes Forum.
  • 16.Dr. Mohita Sharma invited to perform live surgery (Phacoemulsification with foldable accommodative intraocular lens implantation) at the Midterm Conference of Delhi Ophthalmological Society in November 2010
  • 17. Dr. Mohita Sharma invited as guest faculty to give a lecture on 'Mobile unit for treatment of Diabetic retinopathy : A new concept in North India" in the Annual Conference of Indian Association of Community Ophthalmology at Kolkata On 31st October 2010
  • 18.CME organized in collaboration with Association of Medical Clinics (AMC) of Noida on 9th October 2010 on "Diabetes and its effects on eye"-Photos




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