Rajasthan Optical Association Organises Sankalp 2022

Rajasthan Optical Association Organises Sankalp 2022

In line with its vision of working for the betterment of the Indian optical trade community, Rajasthan optical association organised training programmes for opticians as part of Sankalp 2022

Knowledge is an extremely powerful tool in any industry including the optical trade. Reiterating this belief Rajasthan Optical Association organised training programmes for opticians across regions. The programmes were organised on September 4, 2022 in Jaipur, as part of Sankalp - an initiative to help opticians stay abreast with the latest developments in the industry.

Several companies including ZEISS were invited to showcase their products and talk about the latest developments. The second half of the day focussed on the oath-taking ceremony for the members of the working committee. Mr. Subhash Bansal, President of Optical Association of India presided over the ceremony.

The gathering also highlighted the recent achievements of the Rajasthan Optical Association which included reducing state sales tax considerably, tirelessly convincing the authorities to remove a lot of the commonly used optical products from the medical equipment category making it more accessible to opticians, propagating the idea of correctly representing problems as an association instead of individual representation, among a lot of the other things. The members of the association acknowledged the support of the government, regulatory bodies and other authorities that helped them realise these goals.

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As the event progressed, newly elected President of Rajasthan Optical Association- Mr. Shanti Swaroop Maharwal spoke about continuing the work towards upliftment of the optical business.

More than 300 opticians from all over the state attended the event. The event concluded with a vote of thanks by Mr. Vinod Mitruka, General Secretary, Rajasthan Optical Association.

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