Department of Ophthalmology

Post Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :23/11/2021

COURSE.NAME :

MS (Ophthalmology)

COURSE.SPEC :

Ophthalmology

COURSE.NOS :

13

COURSE.DEGREE :

MBBS

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

Private Practice, Service in Public Sector State and Central Government Organizations and Departments, Service in Private Institutions, Research Institutions and Teaching Institutions related to Medical and Para Medical Sciences and Overseas Appointments in Medical Field

COURSE.PEO :

To create specialists who would provide high quality ophthalmic care and advance their knowledge and understanding through research & training.

COURSE.PO :

After qualifying in the MS & DO programs, a candidate should be able to:

1)     Offer current ‘standard of care’ in Ophthalmology.

2)     Periodically self-assess their performance, keep abreast with recent advances.

3)     Be aware of their own limitations and know when to refer.

4)     Apply research and epidemiological methods to their practice.

5)     Contribute to the national objectives regarding prevention of blindness.

6)     Effectively communicate with patients and relatives.

7)     Acquire the basic skills of teaching medical and paramedical professionals.


Course Outcomes MS (Ophthalmology)


Course code

Course outcomes

MSOP01

  • Acquire understanding of the structure and functioning in healthy and diseased eye.
  • Able to interpret the diagnosis in correlation with the clinical and laboratory data. 
  • Assessment of refractive errors and prescription of glasses.

MSOP02

  • To be able to diagnose and treat diseases of orbit and adnexa.
  • To competently handle routine surgical procedures of orbit and adnexa.
  • To competently handle medical and surgical emergencies related to orbit and adnexa.
  • Recognize the need for referral to higher centres for specific diseases.

MSOP03

  • To be able to diagnose and treat diseases related to neuro ophthalmology.
  • Acquire scientific and rational approach to the diagnosis of ophthalmic cases presented.
  • To manage and treat all types of ophthalmic cases.
  • To competently handle all routine surgical procedures of eye.
  • To competently handle all ophthalmic medical and surgical emergencies.
  • Familiarity with micro-surgery and special surgical techniques.
  • Recognize the need for referral to higher centres for specific diseases.
  • To apply the knowledge of the pharmacological aspects of drugs used in ophthalmic practice.

MSOP04

  • To be able to correlate basic sciences knowledge with the systemic manifestations of a disease.
  • To be aware about National programmes of blindness and their implementation.
  • To be able to organize eye camps and provide basic ophthalmic care.
  • To be aware about the basics and complexities of eye banking.
  • Keep abreast with the recent advances by attending CMEs, workshops, conferences and taking part in research.

COURSE.Accr :

Yes

COURSE.NAME :

Diploma in Ophthalmology

COURSE.SPEC :

Ophthalmology

COURSE.NOS :

9

COURSE.DEGREE :

MBBS

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

Private Practice, Service in Public Sector State and Central Government Organizations and Departments, Service in Private Institutions, Research Institutions and Teaching Institutions related to Medical and Para Medical Sciences and Overseas Appointments in Medical Field

COURSE.PEO :

To create specialists who would provide high quality ophthalmic care and advance their knowledge and understanding through research & training.

COURSE.PO :

After qualifying in the MS & DO programs, a candidate should be able to:

1)     Offer current ‘standard of care’ in Ophthalmology.

2)     Periodically self-assess their performance, keep abreast with recent advances.

3)     Be aware of their own limitations and know when to refer.

4)     Apply research and epidemiological methods to their practice.

5)     Contribute to the national objectives regarding prevention of blindness.

6)     Effectively communicate with patients and relatives.

7)     Acquire the basic skills of teaching medical and paramedical professionals.


Course Outcomes Diploma in Ophthalmology

Course code

Course outcomes

PDOP01

  • Acquire understanding of the structure and functioning in healthy and diseased eye.
  • Able to interpret the diagnosis in correlation with the clinical and laboratory data. 
  • Assessment of refractive errors and prescription of glasses.

PDOP02

  • To be able to diagnose and treat diseases of orbit and adnexa.
  • To competently handle routine surgical procedures of orbit and adnexa.
  • To competently handle medical and surgical emergencies related to orbit and adnexa.
  • Recognize the need for referral to higher centres for specific diseases.

PDOP03

  • To be able to diagnose and treat diseases related to neuro ophthalmology.
  • Acquire scientific and rational approach to the diagnosis of ophthalmic cases presented.
  • To manage and treat all types of ophthalmic cases.
  • To competently handle all routine surgical procedures of eye.
  • To competently handle all ophthalmic medical and surgical emergencies.
  • Familiarity with micro-surgery and special surgical techniques.
  • Recognize the need for referral to higher centres for specific diseases.
  • To apply the knowledge of the pharmacological aspects of drugs used in ophthalmic practice.

PDOP04

  • To be able to correlate basic sciences knowledge with the systemic manifestations of a disease.
  • To be aware about National programmes of blindness and their implementation.
  • To be able to organize eye camps and provide basic ophthalmic care.
  • To be aware about the basics and complexities of eye banking.
  • Keep abreast with the recent advances by attending CMEs, workshops, conferences and taking part in research.

COURSE.Accr :

Yes