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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 1:30 p.m
2:30 p.m to 5:30 p.m
Sunday:-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.

Online Payment:


  • Online Donation now available under DONATION SCHEMES Page.

  • We had sent our first year, second year Optometry students and vision assistant batch students to Uka Tarsadia University for one week soft skill training. 32 students attended this training and have learnt basics which will help them in future in their daily life and professional life. We are thankful to the centre for humanities of Uka Tarsadia University for giving this opportunity to our students.

  • Second batch Optometry students –our interns came for a motivation session with present batch students. Their performance has been quite encouraging.

  • Training of vision assistant students is also going on nicely.

  • Dr. Mayuri Chitre has completed her short term phaco fellowship during the month. Dr. Dipal Patel has completed two months short term SICS fellowship. Dr. Mamta Meena has joined her short term medical retina fellowship during the month.

  • Prof. Bhatt has taken one more session of our core group members during the month. He was on a vacation and in Dehradun with his son, still he continued with our training. Our sincere thanks to him.

  • Workload at vision centres has also dropped due to summer heat.

  • Dr. Uday carried out clinical audit of Lok Nayak Jay Prakash eye hospital run by Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra, Gaya in Bihar during the month. His inputs will help them improve their operation theatre protocol.
  • Workload at Vyara centre is increasing gradually.

  • Drop in the patient volume has affected enrolment of patients in various studies also.
  • Enrolment for multifocal IOL is progressing slowly. Enrolment in toric lens study has remained very slow because of the non-availability of IOLs. We have requested company to provide more lenses.
  • Remaining half of the first slab of building A was done during the month. Second slab of C building is completed during the month. Preparation for the third slab for building B is almost complete. It should happen early next month.

  • Prof. Indranil De and his team from IRMA, Anand visited us on 24th April. They are conducting a study of use of natural resources particularly the waste water recycling and DEWAT’s system. They were very happy to see that even after six years, our system is functioning well. Their observation was that at other places, due to maintenance issues, quite often it is non-functional. They praised our efforts specially being an eye care organisation, we are maintaining it.