Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital (SCEH) is one of the oldest and largest eyecare institutions in the country, established since 1914. It has facility for Eye and ENT services with corneal transplant surgeries, and also distributes corneas to the ophthalmologists for performing corneal transplant surgeries. The Eye Bank is accredited by NABH as part of hospital services, EBAI (Eye Bank Association of India) & Sight Life International USA. The Eye Bank team led by Dr. Manisha Acharya is the proud recipient of the prestigious BMJ South Asia Healthcare Award 2016 as Quality Team of the year for Improvement in Eye Bank Tissue utilization through Quality Assurance Initiatives. In the year 2005, only 28 corneas were collected from various source-points and in a time span of a decade and a half, the cornea collection has risen to 12981 healthy corneas. This has been possible because of diligent & flawless procedures and a committed team. Annually, around 750 corneal transplant surgeries are done by the team, however, the year 2019 recorded a high of 1554 corneal transplants in a single year. The eye bank maintains a utilization rate of around 65% by its improved quality of transplantable tissues through well-defined quality measures, thereby earning recognition for quality processes among the corneal surgeons throughout the country. It offers DNB courses in Ophthalmology, recognized under National Board of Examinations (NBE). It has also collaborated with Standard Chartered Bank for academic course, Fellowship in Eye Care Management.