BS Optometry and Vision Sciences

Program Introduction

The Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences offers a comprehensive program in BS Optometry and Vision Sciences. It is dedicated to providing students with a strong foundation in the field of optometry, vision sciences, and eye care. The department is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and a team of experienced faculty members who are committed to delivering high-quality education and training to aspiring optometrists.


The mission of the Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences is to educate and train students to become skilled and compassionate optometrists who can contribute to the well-being of individuals and communities through the provision of high-quality eye care. The department aims to foster excellence in teaching, research, and clinical practice, while promoting the importance of vision health and its impact on overall quality of life.


The aim of the BS Optometry and Vision Sciences program is to equip students with a solid understanding of the principles and practices of optometry. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical training, the program aims to develop students' skills in assessing, diagnosing, and managing various eye conditions and vision disorders. Additionally, the program emphasizes the importance of preventive eye care and promotes a patient-centered approach to vision health.

Career Prospects

Graduates of the BS Optometry and Vision Sciences program have excellent career prospects in the field of optometry and eye care. They can work in a variety of settings, including private optometry clinics, hospitals, vision care centers, and research institutes. Some potential career paths for graduates include:

  • Optometrist: Graduates can become licensed optometrists and provide comprehensive eye care services, including vision testing, prescribing corrective lenses, diagnosing and treating eye diseases, and managing post-operative care for patients who have undergone eye surgery.
  • Researcher: Graduates can pursue research opportunities in the field of optometry and vision sciences. They can contribute to advancements in eye care by conducting research studies, developing new treatment modalities, and exploring innovative technologies to improve vision health.
  • Academician: Graduates can choose to pursue academic careers and become faculty members in optometry schools or universities. They can teach and mentor future optometrists, contribute to curriculum development, and engage in research and scholarly activities.
  • Industry Professional: Graduates can work in the ophthalmic industry, collaborating with manufacturers of ophthalmic devices, contact lenses, and eyewear. They can contribute to product development, sales and marketing, and provide technical expertise and support to eye care professionals.

Overall, the BS Optometry and Vision Sciences program opens up diverse opportunities for graduates to make a meaningful impact in the field of eye care, promoting vision health, and improving the quality of life for individuals and communities.

Program Details

4 years

Minimum 50% Marks in Intermediate / A-Level or equivalent (Pre-Medical) and no 3rd division in Matriculation + Minimum 50% marks in admission Test

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