Optometry is a specialized health care profession that involves examining the eyes and related structures for defects or abnormalities. Optometrists are health care professionals who typically provide comprehensive primary eye care.

Specialization – Contact lenses, vision therapy, sports vision, ocular disease, geriatric, pediatric, low vision, occupational vision, education and research.

Job Positions – Optometrist, Optician, Sales Executive, Teacher, Eye Doctor, etc…


Optometrist responsibilities include analyzing vision tests, identifying sight problems and prescribing corrective lenses and eyeglasses. To be successful in this role, you should have attention to detail and be able to treat all kinds of patients with kindness and discretion, from young children to the elderly.


  • Optometrist is an active role in the co-management of vision and eye care problems of their patients along with general practitioners and other health professionals.
  • Can work as consultant optometrists in eye hospitals and optical industry
  • Can work as an ophthalmic assistant and vision therapist
  • Can work as a teaching faculty
  • LASIK Assistant