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I wear specs of high power (-4 Diopter) & my height is 5"8'. Am I eligible for IPS & the like?

I am a male.
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  • Gupta said:

    I am a male.

    Yes. Basic criteria is -6 Diopter and 165 cm.(relaxation of 5 cm in special cases). So yes you are eligible for technical services(this is what IPS & alike are called)
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  • CurryBoy said:

    Gupta said:

    I am a male.

    Yes. Basic criteria is -6 Diopter and 165 cm.(relaxation of 5 cm in special cases). So yes you are eligible for technical services(this is what IPS & alike are called)


    There is no limit on power. Wear a spec of -10 D or -8D it doesnt matter.

    What matters is
    -6/6 vision after correction
    - no colour blindness
    - no structural or other permanent deformity

    But if u hv high numbered glass u may be referred to a MEDICAL BOARD on d day of ur medical examination. They will intensively check ur vision n eye. Just chill there no need to worry. Its part of d regular procedure.
    Based on my personal experience.
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