What will you learn?
- Candidates will be trained in the diagnosis and management of common diseases of the eye in the areas of clinical evaluation, use of various investigative procedures, medical treatment, surgical intervention and research.
- The clinical training involves fellows working in rotation through different subspecialties in the outpatient department. They will also be encouraged to evaluate patients' problems in detail, using logical and clinical data to arrive at an accurate diagnosis.
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Being a good team player
Open to take up responsibilities
Aravind Eye Hospital, Theni
Dr. Dipankar Datta, DO, DNB, MNAMS (Oph)
Aravind Eye Hospital, Salem
Dr. B. Manohar Babu, MS
Aravind Eye Hospital, Tirunelveli
Dr. R. Meenakshi, MS
- Qualified Postgraduates (MS/DO/DNB) below the age of 36
The two-year fellowship programme comprises technical instruction in modern methods of eye care, extensive work experience and complete patient care. It prepares candidates for a professional career in comprehensive ophthalmology with the ability to manage an eye care centre independently.