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We believe no person should be deprived of treatment due to lack of resources.


With dreams in her eyes, Dr Anchal Gupta laid the foundation of Netram. She was of the opinion that ethical eye treatment should reach all - those who can afford it, those who can afford less, or not at all. 

Netram started from a small basement in 2012 - a chamber and with basic equipment. We were unable to afford operation theatre (OT) equipment at the time, but the numerous screening camps and awareness programmes organized with prestigious organizations we are an authorized NGO by Delhi Govt for screening camps in slums, blind homes and government schools.

We are dedicated to developing and setting up the required resources to enhance the existing eye care infrastructure in India. We are committed to being a transparent, accountable, inclusive, and sustainable organization that respects all its members and stakeholders whose participation is actively sought in democratic decision-making and organizational learning. We promote quality and equity in eye care with the highest ethical standards.

Our health care camps have been regularly treating underprivileged sections of society at no cost. Many renowned doctors have been part of these camps and helped us in the cause and so are our programs on eye care, education, and environmental awareness. Our endeavor is to eliminate all causes of avoidable blindness and to reach a sustainable level where people have access to level-appropriate eye care services.