In order to offer undergraduate and graduate courses in optometry, Loyola ICAM College of Engineering and Technology (LICET) and Dr. Agarwal’s Institute of Optometry (DAIO) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Students must have finished their Class XII from a recognized board with a minimum aggregate of 60% in the scientific stream with biology in order to be eligible for the BSc Optometry degree. Students must have earned their undergraduate optometry degree from an accredited university with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 60% in order to be eligible for the postgraduate programme.
Moreover, Dr. Agarwal’s Institute of Optometry will provide interested students with an 18-month research fellowship programme as well as a one-year fellowship in clinical optometry. Students should benefit from the skills and knowledge that the MoU between DAIO and LICET is supposed to give them in order to succeed in the field of optometry.
The MoU with LICET is anticipated to further solidify Dr. Agarwal’s Institute of Optometry’s status as a leader in the field of optometry education. As a result of the collaboration between the two universities, students and faculty members will have new possibilities to collaborate and develop the field of optometry.
The institute’s mission is to provide students with a superior education and prepare them for the newest methods and practices in optometry. The curriculum of the institute is created to give students real-world training and experience in optometry. The institute also provides a variety of amenities, including cutting-edge machinery and a library that is well-stocked with the most recent works on optometry.
Dr. Agarwal’s Institute of Optometry will be able to offer students a wider choice of options in the arThe programmes that will be offered include the BSc in Optometry, a four-year degree, and the MSc in Optometry, a two-year programme.ea of optometry thanks to the signing of the Agreement. The institute is dedicated to giving its students the greatest instruction and training possible, and the MoU with LICET is anticipated to assist the institute in achieving its objectives.