The State Government has sanctioned the opening of three Government medical colleges in Punjab, said Minister of Medical Education Om Prakash Soni. These three colleges are to be set up in Mohali, Hoshiarpur and Kapurthala. The Government medical college in Mohali is supposed to start in 2021 while the other two by 2022, added the minister.
In the list, there is also a burn unit and a trauma center to start at the Rajindra Hospital, Patiala; a cancer center at a cost of 120 crore in Amritsar and the Department of Virology at Government medical college, Amritsar. The Government is also planning to open new sub-stations, hostels, operation theatres and a super-specialty block in different medical colleges of Punjab.
The proceedings to set up State of Art Advanced Virology Center at a cost of Rs 550 crore have been initiated by the Punjab Government which is being funded by the ICMR, said Minister Soni. New recruitments for creating posts in Dental colleges in Punjab at Patiala and Amritsar are also lined up in the row. The completion of the PGI Satellite center in Sangrur is aimed to be completed in 2021-22 while a new satellite center in Ferozepur is decided to start soon.
Like in 2020 when 293 doctors, 211 nurses and 20 paramedical staffs were recruited to enhance hospitals in combating COVID-19 along with the 1822 additional outsourced posts, the Department of medical Education and Research has also proposed 726 recruitments including 142 doctors, 189 nurses and 234 technicians under the Ghar Ghar Rozgar Yojna to strengthen the department.
18 PG medical seats have been approved to a medical college in Uttarakhand by the National Board of Examinations (NBE).
In an effort to strengthen the infrastructure of the state, work on 3 new medical colleges is to start soon.
The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has released applications for DNB PDCET 2021 session.
Odisha to have reservation for Government school students in state run MBBS and BTech colleges.
The new Government Medical colleges in Jammu and Kashmir are accredited with new PG courses.
A total number of 157 medical colleges in India are under implementation, informs Union Health Minister.
SC directs the Kerala Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee to fix a non-exploitative and reasonable fee for MBBS studies.
7000 MBBS fresh graduates who have completed their internship in Karnataka are set to begin mandatory rural service for one year.
PM Modi to inaugurate the Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Institute of Medical Sciences and Research at IIT Kharagpur virtually today.
Income tax raid on Medical colleges in Karnataka exhumes a fortune of more than Rs. 400 crore.
The Fee Regulating Authority (FRA) has issued a notice against 50 private medical colleges in Maharashtra for overcharging fees.
Maharashtra Cabinet approves the proposal to set-up a new medical college and hospital in Nashik at the cost of 627.62 crore.
Admissions to undergraduate medical courses across the country have been extended by a week to fill up vacant seats.
The Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS), Telangana has released notification for BHMS admissions .
As per supreme Court verdict on MBBS Migrations, a student can migrate from one recognized college to another recognized college.
A Government order has been issued by the Tamil Nadu Health Department on the reduced fee at Rajah Muthiah Medical College.
The University Grant commission (UGC) has warned medical aspirants in the country against admissions in Singhania University.
New Medical Colleges to be set up in district hospitals through Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode according to the budget 2020-21.
Government to make medical admissions at Deemed Universities online to avoid seat auctions in the last round of counselling.
Jharkhand is all set to have two new medical colleges in its Giridih and Khunti districts making it total 1000 MBBS seats.
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