Telangana Cabinet nod to medical colleges with nursing colleges in 6 districts
Telangana Cabinet has also decided to construct a super speciality hospital in Warangal in the existing jail premises.
Hyderabad: The Telangana state Cabinet in its meeting on Sunday evening resolved to start medical colleges along with the nursing colleges at Nagar Kurnool, Wanaparthy, Jagtial, Sangareddy, Mehboobabad and Kothagudem in the state.
The Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao held at Pragathi Bhavan here, also sanctioned nursing colleges to the medical colleges already sanctioned.
It also decided to construct a super speciality hospital in Warangal in the existing jail premises.
The cabinet instructed the Home Department to shift the prisoners from the Warangal Jail to other jails and handed over the premises to the Medical and Health department in a month's time.
The Cabinet also decided to select a sprawling area near Mamoonur and construct a jail with all the latest amenities.
The Cabinet has instructed the Home Department to prepare proposals for the construction of the new Jail and place it before the Cabinet.
The Cabinet also decided to Vaccinate the students going abroad for higher studies on a priority based on their admission letters.
The Cabinet has instructed the Medical and Health department to prepare the guidelines in this regard.
The Cabinet also approved the state government's decision to extend the existing BC reservation for another 10 years.
The cabinet has decided to name the Necklace Road (5.5 Kms) here in Hyderabad as P V Narasimha Rao Marg to commemorate the end of Late PV's Centenary Celebrations.
The Cabinet also decided to celebrate the State Formation Day following all the Covid guidelines all over the State with a limited number of people's presence.
It was also decided that in the districts ministers will pay tributes to the Martyrs and the National Flag would be hoisted.