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Education & Training


Across the globe, a healthcare professional workforce is needed to meet health needs and challenges of healthcare delivery. There is very high prevalence of needless blindness in North India and need for education cum resource facility in North India cannot be overstated. Education and training has been one of the core focus areas of the organisation since its inception. Though the education programmes for ophthalmologists and optometrists has been in place for last 20 years, the medical education department was formally incepted in 2010. Over the years, the organisation has expanded the scope of education to train not only various cadres of ophthalmologists and optometrists but also paramedical staff and allied ophthalmic paramedics. Since its inception, the education centre had trained 120 ophthalmologists coming from various parts of the country and abroad via long term programmes and more than 600 ophthalmologists via various short term training programmes. 

The education department has recently joined hands with Standard Chartered bank to boost up the eye care education initiatives to meet the unmet need of ophthalmic healthcare force in the country. The Standard Chartered- Shroff Eye Care Education Academy will include strategies and interventions that provide context-relevant health professional education to ophthalmologists, allied ophthalmic paramedics, eye care managers as well as other cadre of eye care delivery manpower.

Our Team

Dr. Aditi Gupta
Officer, Medical Education Department
Mr. Nitin Kumar
Asst. Officer, Medical Education Department
Ms. Pragya Aneja
Co Ordinator, Medical Education Department


Ophthalmic Training Programmes
Optometry Training Programmes
Allied Ophthalmic Paramedics
Eye care Managers Training Programme
Eye Bank Technician Training Programme


Coming Soon


Please fill the below form to apply in training programme.