A Bachelor of Science in Optometry (BSc Optometry) is a four-year undergraduate program designed to train students to become eye care professionals who provide services such as vision testing, prescribing eyeglasses or contact lenses, and diagnosing and treating eye conditions. Optometry is a healthcare field that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of visual problems and disorders. The curriculum of a BSc Optometry program typically includes courses in anatomy, physiology, optics, pharmacology, binocular vision, and ocular disease. Students also receive clinical training in optometry procedures and techniques, including refraction, contact lens fitting, and visual rehabilitation.
Minimum qualification required is 12th from science stream .Minimum percentage required is 45% for GEN/OBC and 40% for SC/ST.