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The Gynecology unit is center of excellence, offering an extensive range of clinical services and providing women with a solution for all of their medical needs. The department employs a number of advanced techniques in the diagnosis and treatment of:


Dr. Ashok kr. Singh
mbbs, ms

Dr. Seema Singh
mbbs, dgo

Eye Care Facts & Myths

Reading in dim light is harmful to your eyes

False. Using your eyes in dim light does not damage them. For centuries, all nighttime reading and sewing was done by candlelight or with gas or kerosene lamps. However, good lighting does make reading easier and can prevent eye fatigue.

Eating carrots improves your vision

False. Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is essential for sight, but many other foods also contain this vitamin. A well-balanced diet, with or without carrots, provides all the vitamin A necessary for good vision.

Learning disabilities are caused by eye problem

False. Difficulties with reading, mathematics, and other learning problems in children are often referred to as learning disabilities. There is no strong evidence that vision problems cause learning disabilities or that eye exercises cure learning problems.

Sitting close to the television can damage children’s eyes

False. Children can focus at close distance without eyestrain better than adults. They often develop the habit of holding reading materials close to their eyes or sitting right in front of the television.