Shri Guru Ram Rai Institute of Medical and Health Sciences gets MCI recognition for 150 MBBS seats
Dehradun: The Dehradun-based Shri Guru Ram Rai Institute of Medical and Health Sciences has finally secured the approval of MCI for 150 MBBS seats.
The officials have confirmed that the Medical Council of India recently conducted an inspection on SGRRIM HM and Shri Mahant Indiresh Hospital in order to decide whether the facilities in the institution are fully developed to secure the recognition.
The principal of the college, Dr Anil Kumar Mehta informed Pioneer that the MCI has sent a letter for its approval of 150 seats to the college. He said that the medical college has approval to admit 150 MBBS and 94 PG students in various disciplines. Dr Mehta said that the institute is fully cooperating with the Uttarakhand Government in fighting the Covid-19 infection in the state. MCI already sent them the letter of approval recognizing the 150 seats to the college on the 24th of September.
While confirming that the institution is extending its services to help the state to fight against the pandemic, the principal further told TOI that this recognition will directly benefit the state and people of Uttarakhand. The state will be able to get 150 news doctors every year improving the doctor-population ratio and thus, better health facilities for the people.