Vocational Courses

PBMA'S H.V. DESAI

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

(Approved by NCVRT, New Delhi/REG/NCVRT/MH/35036/VTC)

College of Optometry, PBMA’S H.V. Desai Eye Hospital, 93/2 Tarwade wasti,

Mohammadwadi, Hadapsar (PO), Pune – 411060, Maharashtra.

PBMA'S H.V. DESAI

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

(Approved by NCVRT, New Delhi/REG/NCVRT/MH/35036/VTC)

Mohammadwadi, Hadapsar (PO), Pune – 411060, Maharashtra.

AFFILIATED TO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF VOCATIONAL AND RESEARCH TRAINING,NEW DELHI.

NCVRT Reg. No. NCVRT / MH / 35036 / VTC

National Council of Vocational and Research Training +

National Council for Vocational Training and Research (NCVRT) is a Central Board established under the article 29 & 30(1) Constitution of India and legally incorporated under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India & offering certified skill programs under Additional Skill Qualification Training Programme (ASQTP) in the form of value-added courses / self-employment courses for the people living in both rural and urban areas. Courses are designed and accredited by International Quality Standards for Vocational Education Council (IQSVEC).

Poona Blind Men Association’s HV Desai Eye Hospital came into existence in 2000 in 5-acre land, is a non-government, non-profit, eye care hospital. HVDEH is NABH Accredited specialized eye care service facility located in the city of Pune, Maharashtra. It is a comprehensive eye care institute, providing tertiary eye care at the base hospital with a strong community outreach program, and is also recognized for its postgraduate and paramedical training programs.

Our Goals +

We are committed to ensuring each student has a positive learning experience and undoubtedly benefits from our core strengths in practical session excellence in Optometry, Nursing, Community and contemporary knowledge, skills & techniques needed to develop a successful career in Healthcare industry. It’s our privilege to guide students in their professional and personal development during their whole student life at our campus.

To Provide a foundation and ensure that concepts are so well understood that they can intelligently apply them to other situations. Also expose them to practical environment at the Hospital where they can explore their talents.

Recognition +

The Government of India considers Vocational Education and Training (VET) as an important element of the nation’s education initiative. In order for VET to play its part effectively in the changing national context and for India to enjoy the fruits of the demographic dividend, there is an urgent need to redefine the critical elements of imparting vocational education to make them flexible, contemporary, relevant, inclusive and creative. The Government is well aware of the important role of VET and has already taken a number of important initiatives. Through consultations with industry groups, academics, civil society and practitioners, Government of India has deliberated ways and means to strengthen these initiatives and recommends. Under this government law and order process, National Council of Vocational and Research Training in New Delhi promoting the extreme services to nation https://www.ncvrtindia.org/why-ncvrt.php

  • GOVERNMENT RECOGNITION CERTIFICATE
  • GOVERNMENT OF INDIA EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE
  • IGNOU NOC
  • GOVERNMENT OF INDIA QCI
Aims And Objectives+
  1. To empower students to acquire, demonstrate, articulate and value knowledge and skills that will support them, as life-long learners, to participate in and contribute to the Community & health industry and practice the core values of the institute: respect, tolerance & inclusion, and excellence
  2. To develop well-rounded and thoughtful health professionals prepared to cope with a changing post-modern and globalized world.
  3. Provide professional development and technologies necessary to deliver the curriculum, to communicate, and to access, manage, and evaluate student-related information.
Our Mission +

With the world changing constantly, the future is being reshaped too, every minute. Our aim is for the holistic development of the student, making them future ready, regardless of the change.

Courses Offered At Pbma’s Vocational Training Institute

01.

Diploma in Ophthalmic Assistant

02.

Certificate in Operation Theatre Technology

03.

Certificate in Hospital Nursing and Midwifery

Duration : 2 year

Intake/year : 30

Eligibility : Std.XII

Fees/year: 14,000

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 15

Eligibility : Std.X

Fees/year: 14,000

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 15

Eligibility : Std.X

Fees/year: 14,000

01.

Diploma in Ophthalmic Assistant

Duration : 2 year

Intake/year : 30

Eligibility : Std.XII

Fees/year: 14,000

02.

Certificate in Operation Theatre Technology

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 15

Eligibility : Std.X

Fees/year: 14,000

03.

Certificate in Hospital Nursing and Midwifery

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 15

Eligibility : Std.X

Fees/year: 14,000

04.

Certificate in Health Assistant

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 20

Eligibility : Std.X

Fees/year: 14,000

05.

Fellowship & P.G. Diploma in Optometry

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 15

Eligibility : B.Opt

Fees/year: 1,20000

04.

Certificate in Health Assistant

05.

Fellowship & P.G. Diploma in Optometry

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 20

Eligibility : Std.X

Fees/year: 14,000

Duration : 1 year

Intake/year : 15

Eligibility : B.Opt

Fees/year: 1,20000

Diploma in Ophthalmic Assistant +

Course Code : HEA 825
Duration : 2years
Eligibility : Xth Pass

First Year

S. No Paper Code Course outline
1 Paper I HEA/152DF1 Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology and Pathology
2 Paper II HEA/153DF2 Physical & Physiological Aspects of Spectacles (Optics)
3 Paper III HEA/154DF3 Community Ophthalmology and Health Education
4 Practical I Ophthalmic Lenses, Spectacle Frames – types, measurements
5 Practical II Steps in Eye screening in community out-reach programs (History, Visual Acuity, Torch exam, BP, Blood sugar)
6 Additional Subjects
  • English language communication with patient, hospital staff, understanding medical terms
  • Medical terminology – electronic record keeping
  • Basics of Computer – learn to operate, basics of Word and Excel, Folders and Cloud storage

F.Y. Annual Examination conducted by NCVRT = Total 600 marks (passing at 40%)

Theory subjects (3) = 300 marks
Practical assessment = 200 marks
Internal assessment = 100 marks

Second Year

S.No Paper Code Course outline
1 Paper I HEA/267DS1 Special Lens Grinding, Dispensing of Spectacles
2 Paper II HEA/268DS2 Common ocular diseases, special investigation & Operation theatre procedure
3 Paper III HEA/269DS3 Refractive Errors - Maintenance of Equipments
4 Practical I Work-shop Practice
5 Practical II Common Eye Diseases , Swab Smears and Cultures , Estimation of Refractive Errors and practice of retinoscopy , Prescription of Glasses , Maintenance of Equipment, Medical Records and Statistics.
6 Additional Subjects
  • English language communication with patient, hospital staff, understanding medical terms
  • Medical terminology – electronic record keeping
  • Basics of Computer – learn to operate, basics of Word and Excel, Folders and Cloud storage

S.Y. Annual Examination conducted by NCVRT = Total 600 marks (passing at 40%)

Theory subjects (3) = 300 marks
Practical assessment = 200 marks
Internal assessment = 100 marks

Certificate in Operation Theatre Technology +

Course Code : HEA 806
Duration : 1year
Eligibility : Xth Pass

Course Structure

S. No Paper Code Course outline
1 Paper I HEA/60C1 Anatomy and Physiology
2 Paper II HEA/61C2 Nursing Procedures and Techniques
3 Paper III HEA/62C3 Operation Theatre Techniques
4 Practical I Hospital Posting
5 Practical II Hospital Posting
6 Additional Subjects
  • English language communication with patient, hospital staff, understanding medical terms
  • Medical terminology – electronic record keeping
  • Basics of Computer – learn to operate, basics of Word and Excel, Folders and Cloud storage

Annual Examination conducted by NCVRT = Total 600 marks (passing at 40%)

Theory subjects (3) = 300 marks
Practical assessment = 200 marks
Internal assessment = 100 marks

Course Name Certificate In Hospital Nursing And Midwifery +

Course Code : HEA 814
Duration : 1year
Eligibility : Xth Pass

Course Structure

S. No Paper Code Course outline
1 Paper I HEA/69C1 Fundamentals of Nursing
2 Paper II HEA/70C2 Anatomy and Physiology
3 Paper III HEA/71C3 Midwifery
4 Practical I Hospital Posting
5 Practical II Hospital Posting
6 Additional Subjects
  • English language communication with patient, hospital staff, understanding medical terms
  • Medical terminology – electronic record keeping
  • Basics of Computer – learn to operate, basics of Word and Excel, Folders and Cloud storage

Annual Examination conducted by NCVRT = Total 600 marks (passing at 40%)

Theory subjects (3) = 300 marks
Practical assessment = 200 marks
Internal assessment = 100 marks

Certificate in Health Assistant +

Course Code : HEA 816
Duration : 1year
Eligibility : Xth Pass

Course Structure

S. No Paper Code Course outline
1 Paper I Fundamentals of Nursing
2 Paper II Community Health Nursing
3 Paper III Nutrition & First Aid
4 Practical I Hospital Posting
5 Practical II Hospital Posting
6 Additional Subjects
  • English language communication with patient, hospital staff, understanding medical terms
  • Medical terminology – electronic record keeping
  • Basics of Computer – learn to operate, basics of Word and Excel, Folders and Cloud storage

Annual Examination conducted by NCVRT = Total 600 marks (passing at 40%)

Theory subjects (3) = 300 marks
Practical assessment = 200 marks
Internal assessment = 100 marks

Admission Process +
  • All admissions will be on merit basis and interview process.
  • Students must submit all necessary documents .
  • Students must make the payment of fees within the last date of application
LIST OF DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION PROCESS
  1. Xth Original Marksheet
  2. XIIth Photo copies (if applicable)
  3. College Marksheets (if applicable)
  4. Original Leaving Certificate from the last institution attended
  5. Adhar Card
  6. Transfer Certificate / Migration Certificate (optional)
  7. GAP Certificate in case of academic gap
  8. Original degree certificate (for Fellowship & Diploma Course)
  9. Change of Name if any
How to apply +

Applicants interested to take admission to the course, should get the application Form from office at below address. The completed form, along with attested copies of all necessary documents should be submitted to the course coordinator before the cut-off time on the date mentioned on the application form.

Contact : Admin,

PBMA’s H V Desai Vocational Training Centre H V Desai Eye Hospital, 93, Tarawade Vasti, Mohammadwadi, Pune – 411060 , Maharashtra.

E-mail : aopcourses@hvdeh.org ,
Phone : 020 2697 4108

General Rules for Students

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 8.30 AM to 4.30:00 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.

Instruments +

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

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 against them. Medical certificate should to be given, acquired from a Registered Medical Practitioner, in the case where leave is taken for more than two days’ duration.

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.

Identity card +

Each student will be given an identity card, which the students are supposed to wear at all times, while in the campus. Students will not be allowed to enter the college and clinic without their identity card.

Dress code +

The college has its own dress code which is a must for all students. Whenever they attend the college and clinic. Since the students are expected to work, in a professional clinical setting, a formal dress code is mandatory. Use of English language for communication is compulsory.

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.

Attendance, Conduct and Behavior towards Peers +

The students will not be allowed to appear for the examination unless he/she has attended 80% of the lectures, demonstrations & practicals. The Management has the jurisdiction, to change or modify the rules and regulations, as and when deemed necessary, in order to maintain steadfast excellence in the course.

The management, reserves the right, to take strict disciplinary action, against the students for their misconduct and subordination.

Anti-Ragging and Conduct +
  • The institute has formulated a strict anti-ragging guideline, wherein all students, who have taken admission in the Institute, are required to sign an undertaking to abide by these guidelines.
  • Students, found violating these guidelines are liable to strict disciplinary action, which includes expulsion from the institute and a criminal case will subsequently be lodged against the student, at the police station, as per the directive from the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.