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Tara Netralayas Eye Hospitals


In its efforts to provide completely FREE EYE CARE AND CATARACT OPERATIONS to the poor tribals and other needy rural people Tara Sansthan runs Three Eye Hospitals (Tata Netralayas) located in Udaipur, Delhi and Mumbai besides managing one in Hissar. These hospitals are fully equipped with modern facilities and have qualified and experienced doctors as well as support staff.


Tara Sansthan organizes camps for identification of people suffering from CATARACT in eyes - a common malady in old age, especially the poor. It is more painful for those living in remote areas, as facilities for treatment of CATARACT are almost inaccessible and poverty a big hurdle. Tara Sansthan has taken up the task of identifying such people in camps organized for this specific purpose and, subsequently, facilitating operation of their CATARACT in well-equipped eye hospital, FREE OF COST The free services include diagnosis medicines, operations, lenses, spectacles, transportation, food and post - operation - care for the CATARACT patients.

Nearly 150-200 patients approach for treatment during camp

The cost of operation of Cataract affected patient is as per below:

No. of Operations INR GBP USD EURO
1 3000 40 65 45
3 9000 120 195 135
5 15000 200 325 225
10 30000 400 650 450
15 45000 600 975 675
20 60000 800 1300 900

The amount of the operation of a patient includes expenditure on Publicity, Doctor's fee for camp, Medicines & Meals, Lenses, Operation Theatre Medicines, Paramedical Staff Wages, Transportation, Boarding & Lodging of one patient with one attendant, Doctor's fee for operation and expense on Diagnosis camp per beneficiary.

The camps are sub-headed as -

Cataract Diagnosis and Selection of Patients Camp

21000 275 465 325

Camp will be organized to diagnose and select cataract affected patients for free of cost operations & treatments. The donated amount will be utilized for following heads:
  • 3 days promotion of camp in the area
  • Infrastructural arrangements for the camp
  • Diagnosis of the patients
  • Spectacles distribution to the patients

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