TS likely to consider homeopathy college in state
Deputy Chief Minister Dr T Rajaiah was the chief guest at the annual day function of the Devs Homeopathic Medical College on Friday. He advised...
Deputy Chief Minister Dr T Rajaiah was the chief guest at the annual day function of the Devs Homeopathic Medical College on Friday. He advised students to pursue their dreams and goals and strive to serve the society better.
“Doctor is the second God and he should always be ready to serve the people and should never think that about working in a rural village or urban city. Doctors should always be ready to serve the people,” he said. He also assured that the proposal for a new homeopathy college in the State would be considered. He was highly appreciative of the fact that there were almost 85 per cent girls who had enrolled for the course.
“Medical care should be utmost priority for a doctor as this profession is respected worldwide and a doctor should ensure that he is doing justice to his job,” he added. Rajaiah assured that there would be more medical health centers and public health centers related to homeopathy. He also termed that homeopathy was the second best medicine compared to others and people should understand its advantages.
Senior doctors appealed to Rajaiah to setup few more colleges for homeopathy and increase the number of seats in the existing colleges. Currently there is only one government and one private college for homeopathy in Telangana.
However Dr Ramjee Singh said that the centre was ready to support the State government to increase the number of colleges.