Management Teams

List of the General Body Members of The Sitapur Eye Hospital Trust, Sitapur
Sr No.

Name

Designation

1

Raja Saheb of Mahmoodabad
Sri M.A. Mohd. Khan Saheb

President/Trustee/Executive Member

2

Mrs. Annu Tandon

Secretary/Trustee/Executive Member

3

Sri Divyakar Pratap Singh

Trustee/ Executive Member

4

Ms. Rummi Seth

Trustee/ Executive Member

5

Sri Pradeep Mehrotra

Trustee/ Executive Member

6

Sri Sanjeev Mehrotra

Trustee/ Executive Member

7

Sri Sachin Narain Tandon

Trustee/ Executive Member

8

Dr R K Tandon

Co-Opted Trustee /Member

9

 Rajkumar Dr. Mohammad Amir Ahmad Khan of Mahmudabad

Co-Opted Trustee /Member

10

District Magistrate,  Sitapur

Member /Chairperson for General Body Meetings (By Invitation)

11

Chief Medical officer

Member

12

Chief Medical Officer, Sitapur Eye Hospital, Sitapur

Member / Ex- Officio Member of Governing Body




 Director Regional Institute of Ophthalmology and Chief Medical Officer Sitapur Eye Hospital Col Dr. Madhu Bhadauria

M.B.B.S(K.G.M.C.),MS (K.G.M.C.),F.M.R.F. (Shankar Nethrayala)Chennai Tamilnadu

MS (Ophth) from KGMC as best passing out student of year 1982. Fellowship in Anterior Segment Microsurgery  from Sankara Nethralaya Chennai. Has served in Armed Forces Medical Services for 25 years as ophthalmologist and taken premature retirement from the appointment of Professor Armed Forces Medical College Pune to serve the rural poor of Uttar Pradesh through Sitapur Eye Hospital. Joined appointment as Chief Medical Officer on 06 Apr 2009.

Specialist in following operations
  -Glaucoma esp Ahmed Glaucoma Valve for which American Academy of Ophthalmology has included the technique in the Front row video CD.
  -High volume, difficult phacoemulsification  and Co-axial micro-phacoemulsification.
  -Pediatric cataract, glaucoma and squint.
  -Oculoplasty like Ptosis, epicanthus and lid reconstruction
  -Trauma surgery
  -An Instructor at American Academy of Ophthalmology, and All India Ophthalmology Society. Has presented and published many papers in journals



Director Vison 20-22 Col Ranbir Singh Bhadauria

Retired Colonel from The Army and joined appointment as an Administrator on 6th April 2009.
Notable Accomplishment-
- Guided and mentored 1000 para commando  in the unit and lead them to the  Kargil War and life threatening operations in Kashmir with Theatre honour for  the best unit.
-successfully maintained satellite, imagery processing and Analysis centre for  defence for three years as Chief Administrative Officer
-Streamlined various process such as – security process of the Indian High Commission at the height of militancy in 1987 to 90 smooth functioning of a town ship at Jammu Cantt and made standard operating procedure for smooth and uninterrupted functioning of defence imagery and photo analysis centre.
-Worked as Instructor at Officers Training Academy , trained and groomed cadets into fine young officers and infantry school Mhow at The weapons wing for three years.
-Single handedly extricated five civilians stranded in Munnawar Tawi River near  Jammu by MI-17 Chopper using winch under adverse weather conditions.
-A member of the trail team for the introduction of night vision and .50 Heavy machine Gun in the Indian Army.
-Accomplished first position in the 1200 km Desert Rally in 1992 in the Thar Desert on a 4x4 Jonga class vehicle.
-Recipient of Bronze Medal at the National Shooting Championship in 1985 at Kolhapur .
- Awarded Academy Blues in Cross-country from Indian Military Academy ¼IMA½.
-Proved gallantry through negotiation with top rung of insurgent leaders to hostage rescue to assisting civil administration in revoking law and order in disturbed areas of Jaffna Peninsula, Sri Lanka and Kupwara Sector, Srinagar Valley.
- Excellent management of insurgency operations in Kashmir Valley and Kargil War.
-Gained experience in the operation of Navy –Aircraft Carriers, Frigates, Antisubmarine ships and Foxtrot class submarines and Air Force- C-119 Fairchild packet AN 12,AN 32, II-76 MI 4, MI 8, MI 17 Attack Helicopters ¼MI 25½, Chetak /Cheetah etc.
- Trained Special Marine Forces of Indian Navy in desert and mountain warfare.
-Designed and planned the training & administration of induction of first batch of lady cadets ¼women officers½ in Indian Army.
-Battalion received theatre honour ¼best fighting unit in Kargil½ chief of army staff’s commendation card and army commander’s commendation card  during my command.
-Recognition received twice in dispatches and recipient of army commanders commendation card for operations in Sri Lanka and Kargil.
-Stood first in desert car rally in Rajasthan and bronze medal at national shooting completion at Kolhapur.
-Recognition received thrice for Gallantry, in face of enemy, twice during Indian mission in Sri Lanka and once Kashmir Valley in 1987, 89, 99 respectively.
-Excellent management of evacuation cell of Indian High Commission during Operation Pawan in Colombo.
-Organized disarmament and undertaken steps for re-habilitation of Tamil Militants in Sri Lanka from 1987- 1990 and fought Kashmir Militants from 1994-99.


List of the Governing Body Members of The Sitapur Eye Hospital Trust, Sitapur

Sr. No.

Name

Designation

1

Raja Saheb of Mahmoodabad
Sri M.A. Mohd. Khan Saheb

President/Trustee/Executive Member

2

Mrs. Annu Tandon

Secretary/Trustee/Executive Member

3

Sri Divyakar Pratap Singh

Trustee/ Executive Member

4

Ms. Rummi Seth

Trustee/ Executive Member

5

Sri Pradeep Mehrotra

Trustee/ Executive Member

6

Sri Sanjeev Mehrotra

Trustee/ Executive Member

7

Sri Sachin Narain Tandon

Trustee/ Executive Member

8

Dr R K Tandon

Co-Opted Trustee /Member

9

 Rajkumar Dr. Mohammad Amir Ahmad Khan of Mahmudabad

Co-Opted Trustee /Member

10

Chief Medical Officer, Sitapur Eye Hospital, Sitapur

Member/Ex- Officio Member of Governing Body




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Ex Prime Minister Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri: During my recent tour I had the pleasure of visiting the Sitapur Eye Hospital on March 6, 1949.

The number of patients treated in the hospital is exceedingly large. It is doing great Humanitarian service not only to Sitapur but to neighbouring districts as well. Dr Mehray’s spirit is really commendable
March 20, 1949

KK Birla (founder of Birla Industries) Says:Dr Mehray served the people with great devotion and dedication . Whatever reputation the Eye Hospital enjoys today is all owing to the selfless services rendered by Dr. Mehray.

He was very humane and service to the needy was his mission in life. Side by side, Dr. Mehray was a great organizer and it was a result of his untiring efforts that he was able to build up the Eye Hospital, which is one of the leading hospitals of its kind not only in India but in the world.
January 25th, 1978

Indira Gandhi Says: Under the dynamic and dedicated guidance of Dr. M P Mehrey, the Eye Hospital of Sitapur has rendered conspicuous service to the people not only in Sitapur, but also in various other parts of Uttar Pradesh.

I was pleased to visit the institution once again on 8th December , 1968. I am impressed by its expansion and progress and specially the emphasis which is laid on the provision of modern equipment and facilities for the treatment of eye diseases.

I wish the institution continuing success
December 29, 1968

JawaharLal Nehru Says:I am happy to visit Sitapur Eye Hospital about which I had heard so much. It has done and is doing excellent work and I wish it all success in this humane march
August 21, 1955.

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