About AIOS

The All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS) was established in the year 1930. It is a registered society under the societies registration act of 1860. Membership of the society has continuously grown over the years and currently it has over 20,000 life members.

The objectives of the society are cultivation and promotion of the study and practice of ophthalmic sciences, research and man-power development...

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President

Dr. K.S. Santhan Gopal

President Address

Special supplements/Featured articles

ICO Insight :Latest Projections on Global Blindness and Low Vision Published

  Worldwide today, there are an estimated 36 million cases of blindness and 217 million people with moderate or severe visual impairment (MSVI), ...

Transepithelial Corneal Cross-linking Using Iontophoresis

Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Transepithelial Corneal Cross-linking Using Iontophoresis with the Dresden Protocol in Progressive Keratoconus ...

Protecting Vision. Making a difference.

Ophthalmologists driven eye care enables millions of Indians a better life.

News & Views

World Sight Day 2017

World Sight Day– on this day our main aim is to bring vision to those who suffer from irreversible vision loss so that they may see the world around and live a peaceful life. - Send us your pictures with the theme #MakeVisionCount with due credits before 12th October 2017.

GST : Ophthalmologists’ Perspective

All doctors including ophthalmologists are exempt from GST under the following entry: GST is exempt on healthcare services by a clinical establishment ........

GST and Ophthalmology

Implications of GST in Ophthalmology

US Patent for QR 678 Inventions

In 2010, a new hair formulation – QR 678 – was invented by Dr. Debraj Shome and Dr. Rinky Kapoor...

About AIOS

The All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS) was established in the year 1930. It is a registered society under the societies registration act of 1860. Membership of the society has continuously grown over the years and currently it has over 20,000 life members.

The objectives of the society are cultivation and promotion of the study and practice of ophthalmic sciences, research and man-power development...

Read More

Webinar

Coming Soon....