In most eyes, ECCE
was performed using the W-shaped incision [Figure 1],[sup] followed by a continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis (CCC).
Completing the Top 10 table are Little Millennium, Viman Nagar (8); EuroKids, Kalyani Nagar (9) and The Tree House, Aundh (10) - all franchisee preschools of national ECCE
The study has covered ten ECCE
centres during the survey in four districts.
was the most common procedure followed by Phacoemulsification.
Intraocular pressure spikes (>10 mmHg) after surgery where recorded in 10% (6% in ECCE
What is the ECCE
of pure calcitic limestone for which 75 percent passes a 10 mesh and 65 percent passes a 50 mesh?
The main objective of the research project was to improve the quality of preschool education through three key areas: 1) development of training models for ECCE
personnel; 2) development of a quality curriculum; and 3) development of support materials for use by children, teachers, and trainers.
Editorial Note: Postoperative endophthalmitis is a rare complication of ECCE
with IOL: in recent years in the United States, the incidence of endophthalmitis after ECCE
with IOL has been <0.
She urged the School Education Department and other stakeholders to implement ECCE
Policy in letter and spirit so that challenge of bringing the out of school children back to school can be tackled effectively.
In this report, we build on "The Early Childhood Care and Education Workforce: Challenges and Opportunities" (2012), a report of a workshop held by the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council with the goals of defining and describing the ECCE
workforce, exploring workforce characteristics that affect children's development, and considering ways to build ECCE
as a profession.
Bligh ur Rehman chaired a meeting of Curriculum Review Committee to review the finalized curricula for ECCE
upto Class 5 here on Thursday.