Ophthalmic Technology

A primary goal of the course of studies is to educate the graduates as competent nursing care scientists

Ophthalmic technology is considered a paramedical course that is designed to produce qualified technicians who could assist specialists before, during, and after eye-related surgery. The course focuses on processing, treating various diseases and illnesses of the human eye.

As the optometry field is evolving every year, the course also gets updated to meet the new technology and procedures. Those candidates who peruse ophthalmic technology course would be able to gain knowledge on processes and methodologies used to treat a diverse range of eye disorders and diseases.

Ophthalmic technology: Course syllabus –

1st year –

  1. Human anatomy
  2. Orthoptics
  3. Optics
  4. Physiology
  5. Clinical pathology
  6. Practical’s
  7. Ocular microbiology, anatomy, and pathology

2nd year –

  1. Refraction
  2. Pharmacology
  3. Ophthalmic investigation
  4. Ophthalmic instruments and appliances
  5. Practical’s

3rd year –

  1. Eye bank
  2. Clinical refraction
  3. Investigative ophthalmology
  4. Ophthalmic technology management
  5. Advanced optics and orthoptics
  6. Contact lens
  7. Community ophthalmology
  8. Clinical optics and orthoptics
  9. Practical’s

Job opportunities and career –

If you haven’t noticed, the demand for B.Sc. ophthalmic technology graduates is increasing every year, therefore, immense job opportunities are waiting.

A graduate in Ophthalmic technology could get employed in the private or public sector. Most commonly, the recruiting establishments are listed below.

  • Educational institutions
  • Health safety programs
  • NGOs
  • Government hospitals
  • Private eye hospitals
  • Private eye clinics

A graduate in  ophthalmic technology could find a job as

  • Nursing executive
  • Clinical supervisor
  • Ophthalmic assistant
  • Ophthalmic technologist
  • Medical technologist
  • Ophthalmic photographer

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