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The National Program for Control of Blindness (NPCB), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, has initiated a nation-wide mapping of human resources and infrastructure in eye care service delivery. All types of facilities - govt. private, NGO hospitals, railway hospitals, Army hospitals, ESI hospitals, small clinics, individual practitioners, and such other facilities are urged to fill in the data as shown below and upload. The information is not for fault finding. The data will be used for better planning and strengthening the NPCB program.

VISION 2020: The Right to Sight INDIA has been entrusted the task of supporting this initiative by the National Program for Control of Blindness (NPCB).

Click here to see the letter issued by NPCB/Delhi to the state program units of blindness control societies.


NOTE 1:

The data collection tool covers 7 sections, click on each section to fill-in the data.
We strongly suggest that you download the HR and Infrastructure Mapping tool (in MS-WORD format) to understand the data requirements and to keep the data ready for online entry of each section. MS-WORD document is only for your reference, and not for data entry and not for uploading. The data entry has to be entered online and be submitted online.

Download User Guide - this will help you understand each question in the tool. This is basically contains the instructions to fill-in the HR and Infrastructure Mapping tool.

Click on SUBMIT button after you entered all sections and verification.


NOTE 2:

The HR and Infrastructure Mapping tool needs to be filled-in by the hospital (person in-charge for reporting). In case the hospital has more than one branch (in the same district or state or outside), the tool has to be filled-in by each branch hospital separately in the respective district/state.


NOTE 3:

All types of facilities - govt. private, NGO hospitals, railway hospitals, Army hospitals, ESI hospitals, small clinics, individual practitioners, and such other facilities are urged to fill in the data.


Help Desk

For any queries related to the tool, please contact 011- 6565 0577, Monday - Friday (except holidays) from 1000 - 1700 hrs.


We appreciate your time and support.


Questionnaire for
(1) Medical College - Govt.
(2) Medical College - Private
(3) Medical College -Others
(4) District Hospital - Govt.
(5) Community Health Centre
(6) Primary Health Centre
(7) Charitable non-profit/NGO hospital located in urban area
(8) Charitable non-profit/NGO hospital located in semi-urban/rural area
(9) Private hospital/clinic/Private Practitioner
(10) Other Govt. Hospital (Army, Railway etc.)
(11) Others (Employee State Insurance/ ESI etc.)(Specify the name)

(To be filled by Head of Department of Ophthalmology/Person In-charge for reporting)

(mandatory)

(Write full address)

(State name is mandatory)

(District name is mandatory)

(Mandatory)

Example in telephone number and write: Example- To write Delhi code 011 and telephone number 65650577

(Email id is not Mandatory, but if you want to receive detail of the submitted form on your email then email id is must)

(mandatory)

(Tick only one code)

Medical College - Govt.
Medical College - Private
Medical College -Others
District Hospital - Govt.
Community Health Centre
Primary Health Centre
Charitable non-profit/NGO hospital located in urban area
Charitable non-profit/NGO hospital located in semi-urban/rural area
Private hospital/clinic/Private Practitioner
Other Govt. Hospital (Army, Railway etc.)
Others (Employee State Insurance/ ESI etc.)

Yes No
Yes No
Sr. no Facility Number (enter zero, if no facility available)
1 Functional eye OT
2 Mobile Units
3 Functional Vision Centers
4 Wet Lab Yes No
5 Low Vision Clinic Yes No
6 Optical Shop Yes No
7 Tele Ophthalmology Yes No
8 Whether your hospital has a library with international/national journals Yes No
9 Number of journals subscribed
 
A. Free
 
B. Subsidized
 
C. Fully paid
 

( Enter zero, if not applicable or do not have beds as per the sub-category)

 
A. Beds for Adult Male
 
B. Beds for Adult Female
 
C. Paediatric beds (both male and female)
 

(The number of beds should match with the total beds mentioned above in point no. 2.)

(as on date of data entry)
Sr. No. Equipment Applicability (Select Applicable,if data to be entered) Number Functional Non-Functional/Under Repair (Enter zero for no non-functional equipment)
1 Slit Lamp Applicable Not Applicable
2 Indirect Ophthalmoscope Applicable Not Applicable
3 Goldmann/Automated perimeter Applicable Not Applicable
4 A-Scan Applicable Not Applicable
5 B-Scan Applicable Not Applicable
6 Keratometer Applicable Not Applicable
7 Lensometer Applicable Not Applicable
8 Refraction set (Trial lens set) Applicable Not Applicable
9 Low Vision set Applicable Not Applicable
10 Operating microscope Applicable Not Applicable
11 Phaco Machine Applicable Not Applicable
12 YAG laser Applicable Not Applicable
13 Argon Laser Applicable Not Applicable
14 Other lasers Applicable Not Applicable
15 Applanation Tonometer Applicable Not Applicable
16 FA Camera Applicable Not Applicable
17 ERG/EOG/VER Applicable Not Applicable
18 Synoptophore Applicable Not Applicable
19 OCT -Anterior Segment/posterior segment Applicable Not Applicable
20 Pachymeter Applicable Not Applicable
21 Specular Microscope Applicable Not Applicable
22 Vitrectomy machine Applicable Not Applicable
23 Applicable Not Applicable
24 Applicable Not Applicable
25 Applicable Not Applicable
26 Applicable Not Applicable
(enter zero, if not available)
Number of practicing Ophthalmologists( In practice - include persons who are on leave) Number of non-practicing Ophthalmologists (Ophthalmologists involved in other duties and/or not dealing with patients due to various reasons) Number of Optometrists in working (Bachelors or Masters degree) Number of Ophthalmic Assistants/Refractionists / PMOA working/Vision technician Number of Opticians
Performing Surgeries Not performing surgeries (but do OPD consultation)
An Ophthalmologist may have specialty in more than one area, if so, include the person in all relevant specialties (Ex: If one has specialization in Cataract and Glaucoma, then he /she need to be counted under both these specialties)
Sr. No Specialty Number of Ophthalmologists currently practicing
1 Cataract
2 Glaucoma
3 Squint
4 Oculoplasty
5 Retina
6 Cornea
7 Pediatric Ophthalmology
8 Low vision
9
10
 
Total OPD Load (Enter zero if not available)
 
FY 2014-15:
 
FY 2015-16:
 
FY 2016-17:
(Enter code - 999999 in case data is not available/not retrievable, but surgeries done) (Enter zero if surgeries not done in respective category) (Please feel free to include other surgeries not mentioned here)
Surgeries Applicability (Select Applicable,if data to be entered) 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Cataract
ICCE Applicable Not Applicable
ECCE (without IOL) Applicable Not Applicable
ECCE+PC IOL Applicable Not Applicable
Phaco Applicable Not Applicable
Manual Small Incision Surgery (SICS) Applicable Not Applicable
Glaucoma Surgery
Trabeculectomy/Trabeculoplasty Applicable Not Applicable
Squint Applicable Not Applicable
Lid Surgery/Oculoplasty Applicable Not Applicable
Vitreo-retinal surgery Applicable Not Applicable
Keratoplasty Applicable Not Applicable
Refractive surgeries Applicable Not Applicable
Ocular Oncology Applicable Not Applicable
DCR/DCT Applicable Not Applicable
Applicable Not Applicable
Applicable Not Applicable
Yes No
Sr. No Course Course Running Status Duration (Years) Number of students admitted per year

(include for last academic year)

Recognized by which body/university

(Write the name)

Year in which started (YYYY)
1 M.B.B.S. Running Not Running
2 M.D./M.S. in Ophthalmology Running Not Running
3 DOMS/Diploma in Ophthalmology Running Not Running
4 DNB in Ophthalmology Running Not Running
5 Ophthalmic Assistant/Refractionist /PMOA Running Not Running
6 Optometrist Running Not Running
7 Running Not Running
8 Running Not Running

(any specialty in Ophthalmology only)

Yes No
Sr. No Fellowship Programme Duration (Years) No. of students Admitted per year

(include for last academic year)

Year in which started (YYYY)
1
2
3
4

(Mention zero if no teaching faculty is available)

One faculty may be teaching in more than one area, if so, include the person in all relevant specialties. Total of this may vary from Total number of Teaching Faculty

Sr. No Specialty Number of teaching faculty

(Include full time and part time faculty)

1 Cataract
2 Glaucoma
3 Squint
4 Oculoplasty
5 Retina
6 Cornea
7 Pediatric Ophthalmology
8 Low vision
9
10
Yes No
 
i. Eye Banking Facility
Yes No
 
ii. Registered under SOTTO
Yes No
 
iii. Registered under ROTTO
Yes No
 
Whether HCRP in place
Yes No
 
iv. Number of Eye Donation Counselors working:
(enter zero, if not available)
 
v.Number of Eye Donation Centers under your hospital:
(enter zero, if not available)
(enter zero, if not collected/received)
 
1.FY 2014-2015
 
2. FY 2015-2016:
 
3. FY 2016-2017:
(enter zero, if not done)
 
1.FY 2014-2015
 
2. FY 2015-2016:
 
3. FY 2016-2017:
1. Are any national/internationally funded research projects being undertaken by your institution/organization/the department of Ophthalmology in last 4 years?
Yes No
Sr. No. Title of research project Source of funds Total duration (number of years) Year started (YYYY)
1
2
3
4
5
2. Publication of Journals in the field of Ophthalmology by your institution/hospital:
Yes No
Number of Publication in National Journals Number of Publication in International Journals
2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-17 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-17