History of The Muthusamy Virtual University of Post Graduate Ophthalmology

There are many was to spread the knowledge
You can be either a candle or a mirror
I want to be a candle
Where I cannot be a candle, at least I want to be a mirror

I have a passion to teach.

The International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) conducts Basic Sciences and Clinical Science Assessment once a year. From its inception, I have been a coordinator of the exam in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

I volunteered to coached and candidates in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia for the Basic Sciences and Optics & Refraction Assessment.

My students had very remarkable good success rate in the Assessment and they went on to pass the Final Ophthalmology Examination of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

In 1992, the Muthusamy Medal for the Best Candidate in the Final Ophthalmology Exam was established in the Royal College of Surgeon of Edinburgh. Most of you would be familiar with Parsons’ Diseases of the Eye and Clinical Ophthalmology by Kanski. Among other recipients, the co-editors of these books respectively are Drs Radhika Tandon and Brad Bowling.

All the recipients of my medal volunteered to assisting in the courses provide by our University. Their names are in FACULTY 1.

Many of the students who passed their exams with the coaching of our University have also volunteered to become out faculty members. Their names are seen in FACULTY 2.

With contribution from these capable, enthusiastic and committed ophthalmologists, our University offers courses for almost all postgraduates coursed conducted all over the world, especially for all the Exams Conducted by the International Council of Ophthalmology and the Royal Colleges in UK.

We are proud to record that our alumni are found in almost every country on the map!

The courses are offered as a service to international ophthalmology.

Many have gone further than they thought they can 
because some knowledgeable  person thought they can

Prof Dr P Muthusamy