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Huge Increase of MBBS seats in India

 Saurav Anand 28/10/2022 30
Huge Increase of MBBS seats in India

According to Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, there has been an increase in the number of seats available for medical programmes in India. He continued by saying that the Congress-led UPA government has taken the initiative to enhance the number of medical seats in colleges across the nation. 

“Fortunately, the NDA government carried it forward. Therefore, the number of (medical) colleges in country is increasing,” he said.

A medical college will soon be present in each of Rajasthan’s 33 districts, according to the chief minister. He claimed that businessman Gautam Adani had just revealed intentions to build medical schools in two of the state’s districts.

During a meeting with the deans of medical schools and other state government representatives, the chief minister made the news. He also examined how the state administration was carrying out various plans and how hospitals were providing medical care.

“MBBS and MD seats have risen.” This is a revolution of sorts. Tell me, did we anticipate this kind of transformation coming about ten years ago. Medical colleges used to have between 50 and 100 seats, according to Gehlot.

The number of medical seats in the nation has increased significantly, he continued. He claimed that both the federal and state governments were now paying close attention to the medical industry.

The chief minister added that it is the duty of medical college deans to guarantee that students pursuing medical careers receive a top-notch education. He said that free medical care is offered to citizens in government hospitals under programmes like Chiranjeevi health insurance. According to an official statement, he underlined his demand that Prime Minister Narendra Modi execute the programme nationwide.

Gehlot further instructed officials to maintain cleanliness and upgrade current hospital infrastructure. He advised hospital administrators to fine people who spit or litter, seek to shorten wait times, and prioritise cleaning and hygienic improvements in order to provide visitors with high-quality services.

According to the chief minister, there should be healthy rivalry among public hospitals about upkeep and cleanliness.

He claimed that private hospitals are “looting” the public and that this behaviour needs to be reined in. Private hospitals, according to him, should adopt a humane attitude even when they operate with commercial goals.

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