Admissions

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Students who have Passed 10+2 Higher Secondary Examinations from a Recognised Board/University in Science Stream
  • Subject combination eligibility : Physics + Chemistry + Biology and/or Mathematics
  • Interested candidates will need to collect the prospectus, application form and introduction module from the college on payment of INR 1,000 in Cash/ Demand Draft, in the favour of "Vidyasagar College of Optometry & Vision Science"
  • For International Students, an amount of INR 200 or more will be applicable extra for courier and handling charges


Fees:

The latest and updated fees structure is available from the college upon request on email. Please send us your enquiry to vcovs.optm@gmail.com.

Fees structure:

Fees Structure (2017-2018)
(First Semester)
Total payment of rupees time of admission.
College form 1,000.00
Admission fee 3,800.00
Tuition fee 40,000.00
Development fee 15,000.00
Miscellaneous 15,000.00
Caution Money Refundable (After 4- years) 10,000.00
Fees can be changed as per MAKAUT, WB Norms. Registration fee 400.00
Development fee 2,200.00
Examination fee 12,600.00
1,00,000.00
For NRI sponsored foreign candidates US Dollar 6000 per year plus development and caution money 5% of total intake is allotted for the NRI/Outside student/candidate from optical and ophthalmic establishment.
(Second Semester) (December Tuition fee 40,000.00
Miscellaneous 5,000.00
Total 45,000.00
Third Semester) (June) Tuition fee 40,000.00
Miscellaneous 15,000.00
Total 55,000.00
(Fourth Semester) (December) Tuition fee 40,000.00
Miscellaneous 5,000.00
Total 45,000.00
(Fifth Semester) (June) Tuition fee 40,000.00
Miscellaneous 15,000.00
Total 55,000.00
(Six Semester) (December) Tuition fee 40,000.00
Miscellaneous 5,000.00
Total 45,000.00
(Seven Semester) (June) Tuition fee 40,000.00
Miscellaneous 15,000.00
Total 55,000.00
(Eight Semester) (December) Tuition fee 40,000.00
Miscellaneous 5,000.00
Total 45,000.00
Total payment of four years 4,50,000.00

Admission Form


Admissions Office:

The Admissions Office ,

Vidyasagar College of Optometry & Vision Sicence

220, Hossenpur Road (EM Bypass), Kolkata 700 107, West Bengal, INDIA
T: 033 2443 2542 /4412 | M: +91 (0) 9830 7733 05 | M: +91 (0) 9830 380 224
E: vcovs.optm@gmail.com


Rules and Regulations:

All students admitted to the institute will be governed by the rules and regulations that are prescribed from time to time.

College Timings

The working hours of college are from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. However during the final year as the students are posted for internship in different speciality clinics and outpatient procedures, the timing will depend on the host clinical schedule. Punctuality and attendance will be considered for evaluations.

Identity card

Each student will be given an identity card which the students are supposed to wear all the time inside the campus. Students will not be allowed to enter the college and clinics without the identity card.

Instruments

All students must compulsorily possess a retinoscope and an ophthalmoscope before the first semester of the second year.

Log book

Students are expected to maintain a log book for all the practical and clinical sessions they attend with relevant details. The log book should be submitted whenever asked and before the examinations.

Dress code

The college has its own dress code which is a must for all students whenever they attend the college and clinics. Since the students are expected to work in a professional clinical setting formal dress code is mandatory.

Applying for leave

Students are advised to give prior information to the college authorities about their leave/ permission failing which strict disciplinary action will be taken. Medical Certificate need to be produced from a Registered Medical Practitioner in case of leave days more than 2 days.

Observership/ OPD

The third and final year students are given a chance to observe and perform community vision screening/ eye care awareness creation activities through various scheduled programs.

Holidays

Allotted holidays will be specified in the institution's calendar. The Principal / Director holds the final authority to declare holiday on any other circumstances. The students are requested to contact the office for further information.

Anti-Ragging and Conduct

The institute has formulated strict anti-ragging guidelines and all students are required to sign an undertaking to abide by these guidelines. Students, if found violating these guidelines are liable to strict disciplinary action including expulsion from the institute and also lodging of a criminal case against the student at the police station as per the directive from the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India

Conduct and Behaviour Towards Peers

The student will not be allowed to appear in the examination unless he/she attended 75% of the lectures, demonstration & practicals. The Management will be at full liberty to change or modify the rules and regulations, as and when deemed necessary, to maintain excellence in the course. The management reserves the right to take disciplinary action towards the students for misconduct, ill behaviour or for any kind of in disciplinary activities as applicable.