No life without eyes. There is darkness everywhere for a blind. Blindness presents a major problem in India as approximately one third of the world’s blind belong to India. The reasons for such an alarming position is partly due to non-availability of adequate number of ophthalmologists and other concerned trained staff. Global Hospital & Eye Research Centre came into existence under Shree Sitaram Memorial Charitable (Regd.) Society, in its own building, at Bai ka Bagh, Allahabad in Sept. 2002, with a view to provide best and adequate ophthalmic services at urban as well as rural level, to needy patients, as a blindness eradication programme by organizing various Eyes Relief Camps time to time. The number of beneficiaries are increasing day by day. The Hospital is served by a very competent team of Surgeons, Doctors, Administrator and Para medicals. 

Considering the shortage in the availability of trained paramedical staff in the field in Uttar Pradesh and in suburban states as well, the Hospital in its own building, has started a training Institute named GLOBAL EYE INSTITUTE OF OPTOMETRY AND ORTHOPTICS duly Recognised by the U.P. Government and Affiliated to U.P. State Medical Faculty lucknow for DIPOMA IN OPTOMETRY for training in basic ophthalmology.