The Paramedical College at Aligarh Muslim University organized a workshop in collaboration with Lenskart to provide optometry students with insights into the latest eyewear fitting techniques, lens and frame types, and recent advancements in ophthalmic dispensing.
Prof. Veena Maheshwari, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, highlighted the college’s dedication to preparing students for the workforce, making them job-ready despite being a newer addition to the university’s educational offerings. Prof. Haris M. Khan, Principal and Medical Superintendent of JNMC, emphasized the workshop’s significance and discussed the potential opportunities for paramedics globally.
Prof. Ibne Ahmad, Principal of the Paramedical College, stressed the importance of staying updated with evolving eyewear fashion trends and refreshing knowledge to remain relevant in the industry. Prof. Adeeb Alam Khan encouraged the Lenskart team to consider hiring AMU students for their business.
Ms. Saima Ahsan, a faculty member in the optometry section, stated that the workshop aimed to provide students with practical insights into managing a retail outlet and understanding the functioning of Lenskart. The participants received certificates of participation, and the event was conducted by Dr. Nida Nawaz, with Dr. Abdul Waris extending a vote of thanks.
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