A career after B.Sc. in Optometry is highly rewarding.
Eligibility – The basic eligibility criteria for pursuing the course is 10+2(PCB) with min 45% marks from a recognized educational Board, with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.
Duration – 3.6 Years
Fees Details –
|Yearly Fee||60000 -/ INR|
|Criteria||Scholarship amount (per year)|
|75% or above aggregate marks in 12th||25% of Programme Fee|
|60% or above aggregate marks in 12th||10% of Programme Fee|
Fee After Scholarship –
|Applicable Fee after Scholarship
|75% or above aggregate marks in 12th|| 15000
(i.e. 25% of Programme Fee)
|60% aggregate marks in 12th||6000
(i.e. 10% of Programme Fee)
This degree course enables the students to go for various optometry jobs and they can establish an independent practice by starting their own eye clinic, optical shop, lens manufacturing unit etc. A graduate of BSc Optometry will find that there are many scopes in today’s market.
These professionals can assist ophthalmologists in hospital clinics, practice in optical establishments, run optical shops, and have excellent job opportunities overseas.
They can offer clinical services to multinationals dealing with companies, with the manufacturing and distribution of ophthalmic lenses, contact lenses and ophthalmic instruments. BSc Optometry graduates can also start manufacturing units for optical lenses