Free Eye Camp Held at Jayapriya Vidyalaya.
On September 3, at Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School, Virudhachalam, Poonthottam, a grand free eye camp was organized by Puducherry Aravind Eye Hospital in collaboration with Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group Of Institutions and Cuddalore District Vision Loss Prevention Society.
The free eye clinic was inaugurated at 8 a.m. by CR Jayasankar, the founder and chairman of the Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group of Institutions, with the intention of helping all the destitute and underprivileged individuals in the Virudhachalam neighborhood who suffer from eye ailments.
In the free eye camp, free treatment was provided for all types of eye diseases including lacrimation, nearsightedness, farsightedness, Night blindness, cataract disease. And for those who needed spectacles, spectacles were also provided.
Under the guidance of Mr. CR Jayasankar, Founder and Chairman of Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group Of Institutions and Mr. N.S.Dinesh, Director of Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group Of Institutions, more than a hundred people were taken to the Puducherry Aravind Eye Clinic for surgery.
More than 25 doctors and nurses participated in the camp and conducted eye examinations for more than 500 people and provided treatment guidelines to those who needed further treatment. Arrangements for the camp were made by Raman Kumaramangalam, Chief Administrative Officer, Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group Of Institutions.
More than 500 people participated in the Free eye Camp held at Jayapriya Vidyalaya. They benefitted from the treatment.
In addition to the eye examinations, the camp also offered free counseling on eye care. The doctors and nurses answered questions about eye health and how to prevent eye diseases.
The camp was a success, and many people benefited from the treatment. The doctors and nurses were happy to be able to help so many people, and they were grateful for the support of the school and the eye hospital.
Here are some of the testimonials from the people who participated in the camp:
"I am so grateful for the free eye examination and glasses. I could not afford to get my eyes checked otherwise." - Lakshmi, a 60-year-old woman.
"I was worried about my vision, but the doctors assured me that there is nothing to worry about. I am glad that I came to the camp." - Suresh, a 45-year-old man
"I learned a lot about eye care at the camp. I am now more aware of the importance of taking care of my eyes." - Priya, a 20-year-old woman.
The school is planning to hold more free eye camps in the future. They are committed to providing eye care to the community and helping people to see clearly.