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
Eye Bank Mo.No. 7046991251
Regd. No E 6921 - Surat. 19.1.2010

Hospital Schedule Time:-
Monday to Sunday:-8:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m
2:30 p.m to 5:30 p.m
Sunday:-General OPD -Open
Specality OPD- Closed

Web-mail :- divyajyoti@divyajyotitrust.org
E-mail :- divyajyoti.icare@gmail.com

video testimonial


  • Online Donation now available.
  • This year, it has rained heavily; we did not see sunlight for almost 10 days at a stretch. Naturally, the workload dropped. We did 800 surgeries in July.
  • Dr. Dhruvi is doing her best to see that the workload picks up.
  • Dr. Vasvi Joshi – our visiting oculoplasty consultant has started coming weekly from July. She was coming twice in a month previously. The increased work load in oculoplasty has warranted this change.
  • First year optometry students and vision assistant students are performing better.Semester end exam is conducted during the month.Final year students are preparing for their final exam next month.
  • Dr. Ashit Desai completed his one month Phacoemulsification fellowship during the month. Dr. Divyang Patel has joined us for two months SICS fellowship during the month.
  • Prof. Bhatt took a combined session for core group members. He also conducted one soft skill session for all our optometry and vision assistant students. We are very lucky that we have such a wonderful teacher. We sincerely appreciate his support.
  • Twice a week eye camp activity has continued in spite of rains. We have totally switched to publicity being done by local person on incentive basis.
  • Mission for Vision has approved a Retinopathy of Prematurity screening and treatment project under financial assistance from SBI general insurance. We have procured RETCAM under the project. Training of our technicians was carried out by FORUS company technician. Now, the team will go to H. V. Desai Eye Hospital, Pune for training next month. The project implementation will start from September onwards.
  • We have completed enrolment in hydrophobic IOL study. Multi focal and Toric IOL study for Omni lens is going on well. We have completed enrolment in multifocal study for two principal investigators. Other studies are going on at a slower pace. Forskolin study has completed enrolment – we could contribute only four cases.
  • We had invited Mr. Debashis Maity – optometrist from Mission for Vision for audit of our refraction services and for a CME of our ophthalmic assistant team. He did a tremendous job of training our team and helped them develop their own SOP. He interacted with the supervisors of the field workers also and guided them in how to supervise the field work. He met with the field workers also and trained them in carrying out their work in the field. We are very thankful to Mr. Debashis and MFV for sparing his time and helping us out.
  • Annual exam of nursing team was conducted during the month. An external audit of nursing team is also being planned.