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Sankara College of Optometry

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Sankara Eye Hospital, Campus Varthur Main Road, Kundalahalli Gate , Bangalore - 560037
District: Bengaluru (Karnataka)
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Affiliated to Rajiv gandhi University of Health Sciences and World Council of Optometry. Emphasis on clinical practise with support from the 225 bedded Sankara Eye Hospital. Qualified faculty from premier institutions across the country. Well equipped clinics and laboratories. Our Board of Advisors include heads of faculty from Salus University,USA; Pacific University, USA; Lotus College,India;Asia Pacific Coordinator IACLE among others.

 
 
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 Course(s) Offered by Sankara College of Optometry  in Optometry/ Ophthalmology
B.Sc. Optometry
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Eligibility
10+2 Physics ,Chemistry, Biology or Maths from UP board
 
Duration
4 years ( 3 years + 1 year internship)
 
Admission Procedure
Based on Merit, we are an equal opportunities organisation.
 
Medium of Instruction
English
 
Approved By/ Affiliated To
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), Karnataka. Affiliations to national & international organisations like ASCO (association of schools & colleges of optometry), WCO (world council of optometry) , IACLE (International Association of Contact Lens Educators)
 
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In the first and second year of the professional program, course work is concentrated in the basic health sciences (anatomy, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, pharmacology and public health), optics, and vision science. Students begin their clinical experience in a clinical simulation laboratory, with fellow classmates serving as patients, and then proceed to clinical training with "real" patients. This training includes taking case histories, performing examinations, learning diagnostic techniques, and discussing treatment services. In the third year, students spend part of their time in the classroom and part of their time in the clinic examining patients. Fourth year students continue their clinical training, which may include off-campus clinical externship rotations.