SJ Vision Foundation, Muzaffarpur nominates Jayant Jha, a consultant Optometrist. At present other than this he is also the head of Binocular vision Therapy & Low Vision care clinic, and passionately works as a practice management consultant for different Optometry clinics. He is one of the initiative taker of SJ Vision Foundation with the aim of providing eye and vision care services through optometric management.
Jayant is a postgraduate in Optometry, and is a passionate Optometrist with leadership & management skills. He is always motivated to accept challenges and implement reforms. He has been awarded with Excellence in Optometry Services in 2018 by CL Gupta Eye institute, Moradabad.
He has extraordinarily contributed to eye and vision care through optometric approach. Along with the excellence in Optometry Services he has tremendous management skills in hospital and healthcare, which has made him find opportunity for eye care management through optometric approach in those areas where there is no place or infrastructure for eye & vision care. Other than SJ Vision Foundation he is associated with upcoming medical College and hospital to establish eye & vision care department, which is the dream project of his as it will be a massive reform and the first medical College in Bihar to accept Optometrist as a consultant Optometrist.
His contribution towards eye and vision care has been recognised by Muzaffarpur ophthalmic Society, Bihar Ophthalmic Association, Muzaffarpur Optometry club, Optometry council of India, Bihar Optometry Association and different organisations in Muzaffarpur.
He is a reformer in Optometry Services. As a change maker, he is expected to change the outlook and evolve how Optometrist can lead vision care to the next level, if nurtured in a proper manner, and given the opportunity.
His dream is to see Optometrists as a Leader in eye and vision care. To fulfill his Nobel Dream we S J Vision Foundation wish him to have a great journey ahead to achieve his dream for a great cause.
“Enhancing vision of the visually impaired gives me immense satisfaction epecially if someone is told nothing can be done, in such cases finding alternative possibilities makes me and my team feel satisfied that, yes we can change and can bring the change in the life of patient.”
– Jayant Jha