|Author: Kailash Kumar 20 May 2016 Member Level: Platinum Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
First of all the author should consult an ophthalmologist for full examination and treatment of his condition. Nowadays advanced technology is available to correct the vision. It is not clear as to why the student is not using glasses. Is he using contact lenses? Has he consulted the ophthalmologist about lasik refractive surgery.
After clearing JEE(mains) and JEE(Advanced) examinations and securing admission in IITs, at the time of registration, the students are required to submit an undertaking and a medical certificate in prescribed formats which include examination of the eyes also by an ophthalmologist.
In case the author is confident about clearing the said examinations, then previous correspondence can be had with few IITs/NITs to ascertain the factual position about the vision requirements particularly taking into consideration that 3% seats are reserved even for the persons with disabilities.
|Author: DEEPANKAR DAS 22 May 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 1 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
At first consult to a ophthalmologist for treatment of eyes. He should do lasik refractive surgery.
After kept good rank in JEE(mains) and JEE(advanced) examinations and getting admissions in IITs/NITS/any engineering colleges ,students are required to submit a medical certificate in prescribed formats which include a declaration by eye specialist. If more defect is there then you should do admission through person with disabilities in which 3% seats are reserved.