Mysuru: Theorem organised a free eye-checkup for residents of Kesare, recently. This initiative was jointly conducted along with VisionSpring.
The check-ups were done by optometrist and medical team. In this camp, people were examined for common eye problems, near and far vision and free spectacles too were provided.
Speaking about the initiative, Anand Subramanian, Vice President, Theorem said, “As an organisation, Theorem’s strong ethos believes in giving back to society. These screenings will help the needy get better vision which will tremendously increase their quality of living. Such activities is also a platform for us employees to be part of and gives an real world perspective.”
Theorem, as part of its CSR initiative has tied-up with VisionSpring to organise free eye check-ups all across Mysuru. This joint initiative is a commitment to screen a total 3187 rural residents. This eye-check camps have so far covered 18 villages.
Anshu Taneja, VisionSpring’s Managing Director, India, said, “We are delighted to partner with Theorem to bring the gift of clear vision through eyeglasses to the people of Mysuru. This will help them earn and learn better and lead safer lives. This initiative is a continuation of our endeavour to ensure clear vision for all and make India the first clear vision nation in the world through the Bharat Ujjwal Drishti Abhiyan (India Clear Vision Mission).
Nanjundiah, a 70-year-old villager who was benefited at the camp said “Today I came here to get my eyes checked. Upon checking the doctors said I have vision problem and gave me new spectacles. They also told me about importance of regular eye check-up. I am thankful to the organisers for their support.”