Our Mission

Our Mission

Mission statement:

“To create a state of the art eye care center that provide cutting edge eye care for children and adults with squint or other eye movement disorders.”

Work Culture:


The activities of the center include:

  • Clinical Care: Our state of the art clinic is supported by excellent patient care services, diagnostic services, surgical facilities to cater to the patients who need eye care………[Click Here to know more]


  • Clinical Research: Innovations continue to happen at Jyotirmay Eye Clinic to improve diagnosis and management of eye diseases………[Click Here to know more]


Clinical Research

Clinical Research

  • Training in Pediatric Ophthalmology and Orthoptics: We conduct short term training programs for practicing ophthalmologists and optometrists….[Click Here to know more]


  • Community Ophthalmology
    We conduct free eye surgeries every month. We visit rural eye hospitals and provide them free services for the economically underprivileged.. Charitable surgical camps are conducted twice a year (Summer holidays and Diwali vacations) [Click Here to know more]
  • The New CREAM Project 

In pursuit of child’s Right to Sight a community based program for called Children’s Refractive Error and eye Ailment Management (CREAM) Project for Mumbai and Thane region is designed. It is an initiative of the department of social and community pediatric ophthalmology. For more details click here

  • ROP Screening
    We are committed to prevent blindness in the premature children by conducting bedside ROP screening.  The clinic is equipped with state of the art Video Indirect Ophthalmoscope for the assessment and monitoring of eye diseases in premature children.

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  • Charitable Activities
    The patients from financially under privileged section of the society are treated free/at a reduced cost, medically and surgically. The decision to offer charitable services is essentially based on our scientific studies and patient’s financial status. [Click Here to know more]


  • Pediatric Low Vision Services
    Blindness darkens the lives of 45 million people in the world. Another 135 million worldwide live with Low Vision (WHO). The Low Vision Department brings light in to the lives of children who can not get their sights restored despite of the best medical care [Click Here to know more]

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