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Posted at: Aug 6, 2016, 1:02 AM; last updated: Aug 6, 2016, 1:02 AM (IST)

Students sensitised to eye care

Our Correspondent

Jagraon, August 5

An ‘Eye care camp’ was held at Unirise World School, Jagraon, today with an aim to detect eye-related problems among students at early stage and restore healthy sight to people through quality eye care education and awareness.

A team from Sankara Hospital, Ludhiana, headed by Dr Anuradha examined the eyes of students and sensitised teachers and parents to importance of eye care.

The team checked binocularity, colour vision, activity and field vision of students and staff.

Anjanee Singh explained the importance of eyes to students.

Chairman Rakesh Aggarwal, Managing Director Shifu Aggarwal and School Director Pallavi Aggarwal were also present at the camp.


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