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Divyajyoti Trust is a registered charitable trust under Public Charitable Trust Act established recently by philanthropic minded individuals involved in the services of poor people for last two decades. Having imbibed the ideas and ideals suggested by Gandhiji to serve the nation, they have decided to devote their life to the service of humanity in interior rural tribal areas. Joined by several like minded people, trust will get involved in all the activities to help the poor community with the help of available manpower & resources.

Since the main expertise available at this moment is in the field of Ophthalmology, the trust will start working in eye care by setting up an eye hospital.

Divyajyoti Trust

Suthar Falia, At & Po Mandvi Dist. Surat - 394 160, Gujarat, India Ph. No.02623 - 221180

Regd. No E 6921 - Surat. 19.1.2010

Hospital Schedule Time:-
Monday to Sunday:-8:30 a.m to 5:30 p.m
General OPD -Open
Specality OPD- Closed

E-mail divyajyoti.icare@gmail.com

Our Vision

No one should become blind or remain blind needlessly for want of services

Our Mission

To reduce and eventually eliminate avoidable blindness to the extent possible for us from the community around and thus contribute to the Vision 2020 programme of the country while working in the rural tribal area for the poor community maintaining high ethical standards and moral values.


  • OPD and surgical workload has come back to normal.Consecutively for the second time, we crossed 1000 mark in this month.

  • We performed 12 oculoplasty surgeries on 30th October. We had invited Dr. Harsh Shah from Ahmedabad for this task.

  • Dr.Sheetalben has left us after working with us for more than 10 years. We will miss her services. We wish her good luck in her future endeavour.

  • We examined 300 college students on World Sight Day. Incidentally, it was the birthday also of the biggest donor of UkaTarsadia University.

  • We conducted free OPD on WSD at Vyara and Khapar and displayed banners for eye care.

  • All optometry students of first batch have joined as staff at respective places. All the three current batches are undergoing training nicely. Spoken English classes are also going on regularly. Soft skill training is not started yet as centre for humanities at UTU does not have enough staff at present.

  • Dr.MamtaMeenacompleted her two months glaucoma observership, Dr.NiravModicompleted his two months Medical Retina fellowship, Dr.KajalKataria completed her one month Phaco fellowship and Dr.RababBhuriwala has joined her two months SICS fellowship.

  • Dr.MansiKaria presented a paper on prevalence of pseudo exfoliation during the All Gujarat Ophthalmic Conference – a hybrid conference.

  • A CME on phaco parameters was organised for our Ophthalmologists by Alcon people.
  • Prof. Bhatt took one more session online. All the core team members are enjoying these sessions and are trying to learn the leadership skills.

  • Newly recruited field workers for Netrang, Sagbara and Khapar region have completed their one week training in the last week of the month. They will start working after Diwali.
  • Our Vyara centre is handed over back to us and we have started daily OPD and twice a week surgeries there. Slowly, the workload is coming back.
  • Frequently, the total OPD of vision centres and satellite centres crosses 100 and has touched 150 on a few occasions. Telemedicine consultation is going on routinely and the teleophthalmology software is also put to good use to send digital prescriptions from here. In September and October, we have had close to 1000 tele consultations which is a big achievement.

  • Team from Lambda Research Organisation – Dr.KinjalbhaiShal and Ms.DhruviRavalcame to Mandvi for a site initiation visit and we have received clearance for the Tacrolimus eye drops trial. Now, we can start enrolment of patients as and when there is such a patient who fits the inclusion / exclusion criteria.