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Can i work in IT with a nerve problem in eye ?

i have nurve problem in one eye can i work in IT field
Asked On : Sun, 19 Jun 2011
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Working in an IT feild is not a problem till the time you are examined for vision n told to leave the job onmedical grounds . Usually this never happens as IT CONSULTANTS are never told to undergo an eye exam before appointment . So donot worry n go ahead , all the best
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Mahesh Agrawal's  Response
Hi Vickey
Welcome to healthcaremagic
What nerve problem u have? what is ur vision/colour vision? Is there any cross eye/deviation of eyes?
In IT which segment u r going to work means ur job may require u to see minor things or different colours!
It all depends upon ur job requirement but as such there is no medical test done before employment in IT except in MNCs.
If u have cross eye, get it corrected before ur interview/ joining service.
good luck
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