Fire Safety & Evaculation Mock Drill for SSN Employees
Guest of the month for the month of November,2018-Mr. Khagen Gogoi
Fire Safety Training organized at SSN Premises
Visit of officials and dignitaries to SSN
World Restart a Heart Day
25th Foundation Day celebrated
Cricket Match Series played between teams of SSN teams at Dispur Cricket Coaching Ground, on the occasion of Sports Week 2018
Free Eye Check-up Camp at Raha
Guest of the month for the month of September, 2018- Ms. Eli Ahmed
Guest of the Month for the month of August 2018- Mrs. Malabika Bora,
FCRA Declaration




The incidence of blindness is the highest in the Northeastern Region of the country. Blindness is more prevalent among the economically underprivileged villagers. The infrastructural facilities for eye care in villages of the Northeastern Region are very scanty. The huge backlog of cataract patients is causing a negative impact on the regional economy. Cataract blindness is curable. After surgery, near normal vision and restoration of near total quality of life is possible.










SSN has a ward on the 3rd floor at SSN Main building. It has a general ward area with 29 general beds, 10 Cabins & 10 Community beds on the 4th Floor for free camp patients.


We have a comprehensive clinical side with altogether 6 OPDs which includes a pediatric OPD dedicated to children.Being a Super specialty Eye Hospital, our OPDs deal in specific ophthalmic

Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya has a Structured Outreach Programme and under these we frequently conduct eye camps in rural areas where we detect patients requiring surgeryand subsequently bring them to our hospital

For better pediatric eye care, Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya has established a dedicated pediatric ophthalmology unit with ORBIS International, USA. Under this project, service will be delivered upto the grassroot




Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya (SSN), the premier eye hospital & Postgraduate Institute of ophthalmology of the Northeast, established its own eye bank - Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya Eye Bank. It is a state-of-the-art unit registered under the 'Transplantation of Human Organs Act' and accredited by the Eye Bank Association of India, a parent body for controlling Eye Bank system in India, which, in turn, is controlled by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of Govt. of India. Incidentally, it is also the first accredited eye bank of the Northeastern India and one of the 7 eye banks that exist in the Northeast. Three medical colleges of Assam in Guwahati, Dibrugarh and Silchar have their own eye banks, with the fourth, fifth and sixth being Jeuti Eye Bank in Jorhat, Lions Drishti Eye Bank in Dibrugarh and Mizoram Civil Hospital Eye Bank in Aizawl, Mizoram, respectively.













Last Updated on:15.12.2018

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