Of the 16 medical colleges approved by the state’s centers, four have already begun construction, according to Sharma, with the goal of starting with the next academic session.
While considering the remaining 12 approved medical colleges in the state at a conference hosted by the Rajasthan Medical Education Association on Thursday, Sharma told authorities the construction of 12 approved medical colleges in the next 15 months. Instructed to complete.
“There is no compromise in the quality of work at the medical association. Sharma only pays after confirming that the company has done a quality job,” he said by setting monthly goals for the company. Instructed authorities to regularly monitor the progress of the company’s work on a monthly basis.
Of the 12 new medical colleges, the work of three medical colleges, Dausa, Hanumangal and Banswara, will begin on October 2, and the three medical colleges of Nagaul, Tonk and Karauri will begin on October 10. Jaisalmer, Sawai Madhopur, Alwar, Baran, Bundi, Jhunjhunu haven’t started yet.
The company was instructed to work in two shifts and, if necessary, three shifts with the aim of speeding up the construction work.
In addition, existing medical colleges in Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Barmel and Sikar will be expanded.
To ensure quality work, the health department forms a team of experts, visits medical colleges in other states, and uses the latest technology to conduct research to benefit from the proposed medical colleges. Will be carried out.
Four new medical colleges may start in the next session, Health News, ETHealthWorld
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