Ocular tuberculosis (TB) is difficult to manage due to heterogeneous presentations, mixed ocular tissue involvement, lack of international consensus on the use of investigations for diagnosis, and lack of international consensus on the approach to management. As a result, diagnosis and treatment often directed by the attending specialist trained uveitis experts, at times in collaboration with infectious disease and/or respiratory physicians.The Collaborative Ocular TB Study (COTS) group in collaboration with International ocular inflammation Society (IOIS), International uveitis study group (IUSG) and The Foster Ocular Immunology Society (FOIS) aims to set up the guidelines for diagnosis and management of ocular TB.