Aim: To detect the prevalence of ocular symptoms and other related problems experienced by IT professionals in OMR IT Corridor, Kelambakkam. Background: The dependence on the computer is rising with time. This will lead to numerous ill-effects in human beings out of which ocular manifestations play a prominent role (it is absolute necessary to know the hazards of the computer before we use it) previously done studies reveal that the awareness of ocular manifestation is less than 20%. Among the lesser known ocular manifestations, one of it is computer vision syndrome. Studies state that chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is one of the fast growing problems in the IT community that requires early identification and prevention to save our younger generations. Thus, this study would provide the necessary detection of CVS in IT people and to know, which group of people requires counseling and which group requires treatment. Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional questionnaire study included IT professionals who attended the Department of Ophthalmology, Chettinad Medical College, Chennai during this study period. Questionnaire survey study data were collected in computer users regarding the demography, duration of computer use (hour per day), years of computer use, working distance from computer, level of top of screen from eye level, use of antiglare screen, brightness and contrast adjustment, taking breaks during computer use. Results: During this study period, 300 patients were randomly selected from various IT companies. In which, 186 (62%) males and 114 (38%) females were participated. They were having ocular complaints in descending order such as eye strain (69%), headache (56%), dryness (49%), irritation (47%), burning sensation (41%), blurred vision (39%), itching (32%), watering (29%), redness (21%), and double vision (16%) Interpretation: The data were analyzed using SPSS software.