The aim is to develop a network of clinical trial centres across Indian both in government and private sector providing high volume tertiary care services in Ophthalmology through the multi central collaboration of academic institutions with Indian industry, to handhold them and bring out some very high quality, innovative Biologicals into the market. The network is a right mix of innovator institutions, high volume centres, rural and backward areas of India and collaborators with immense experience. The Pan India presence includes: the South in Kerala, the health hub of India with two centres, one in government and one in private side. Chitrakoot is one of the highest volume centres in India. Regional Institute of Ophthalmology, Patna and Sri Sankaradeva Netralaya, Guwahati, are the best hospitals in rural and backward part of India. The lead site of the Ophthalmology network is Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, Kerala. For the first time in India, a solitary Patient Registry “A Hospital-Based Multicentre Registry for common medical retinal diseases” for four diseases (diabetic retinopathy, Age related macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusion and CNVM) is being developed under the clinical trial network collaborated with six other hospitals/institutions which are excellence in the field of Ophthalmology.