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Govt nod to 26 new medical colleges attached to district hospitals, Check out details

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New Delhi: The Central Government has given its approval for the establishment of 26 new medical colleges attached to existing district or referral hospitals.

The information to this effect was recently shared in the Lok Sabha session where the Minister of State in Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoS Health), Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey replied to the questions raised by Gnanathiraviam, Basanta Kumar Panda and Saptagiri Sankar Ulaka.

The minister was asked to furnish the details of the New Medical Colleges allocated under phase III of the centrally sponsored scheme, State/UT wise and the number of colleges allotted to the State of Tamil Nadu under phase I, II, and III, phase-wise.

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The Phase-III of the Scheme has been approved by the Cabinet on 28.8.2019 to establish 75 more new medical colleges by 2022-23. The State/UT Governments have been requested to send their proposals under this Scheme along with the Detailed Project Report as per Scheme guidelines for consideration by the Ministry. As on date, 26 medical colleges have been approved. Details are as follows:

List  of  medical  colleges  approved  under  Phase-III  of  the  Centrally  Sponsored Scheme for ‘Establishment of new Medical Colleges attached with existing district/referral hospitals’

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S.No. State/UT District
1 Jammu & Kashmir (UT) 1 Udhampur
2 Laddakh (UT) 2 Leh
 

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Karnataka

3 Chikkamagaluru
4 Haveri
5 Yadgiri
 

 

 

 

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Rajasthan

6 Alwar
7 Baran
8 Bansawara
9 Chittorgarh
10 Jaisalmer
11 Karauli
12 Nagaur
13 Shri Ganganagar
14 Sirohi
15 Bundi
 

 

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Tamil Nadu

16 Tiruppur
17 Nilgiris
18 Ramanathapuram
19 Namakkal
20 Dindigul
21 Virudhunagar
 

 

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Uttar Pradesh

22 Bijnaur
23 Kushinagar
24 Sultanpur
25 Gonda
26 Lalitpur

On the latter, it was informed that the State of Tamil Nadu was not covered in Phase I & II. In Phase-III, six medical colleges in Tamil Nadu have been approved till date.

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On other specific questions asking whether the government has received the proposals for new medical colleges in Rayagada and Kalahandi, Odisha under Phase-III. the minister replied in negative.

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    Dr Ramesh vardhan November 29, 2019, 12:14 pm

    It\’s going to be total disaster, good beginning is half done. Bad beginning can be ( will be) deadly damaging. Converting those dungeons like district hospital more of a nuisance ( rather nonsense) . It will remain a course for ever for the patients, only persons who get benefited, are the local doctors of that area and the corrupt politicians & their bureaucrats by appointments of all kinds unwanted local doctors by collecting huge sums of money , who invariably runaway to their private practice soon after biometrics. Coming medical students they are happy for 5 reasons 1 ) give them good food & stay, 2) give them Attendendance & assessment marls 3 ) Allow them freek out with dance drama in the name cultural activities ( with volgour dance & songs) 4 ) Not to fail in practical exams, even though they give bullshit🐂💩 answers ( even if don\’t answer). & also to allow examners of their Choice. 5 ) TO HAVE WORST POSSIBLE FACULTIES, AS LONG AS THEY SUPPORT ALL SUCH NONSENSE.

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    Dr kotturesha rasthapurmath shivamogga karnataka shivamogga November 28, 2019, 6:54 pm

    When UK,USA,Australia have top in health with less medical college why not India can hv quality of health, we need quality of health not the quantity of medical college

  3. Without employing single faculty as full time fake medical college are abound. All private practitioners in these city will become faculty. Medical education is reached a new level of decline.