First year MBBS classes at NMC from Aug : Minister
Nizamabad: Major Irrigation Minister P Sudarshan Reddy expressed his happiness over the Medical Council of...
Nizamabad: Major Irrigation Minister P Sudarshan Reddy expressed his happiness over the Medical Council of India (MCI) according permission to the newly constructed Medical College in the town. The Minister, accompanied by District Collector Christina Z Chongthu, and other officials inspected the Government Hospital here and later held a press conference in the hospital on Wednesday.
The Minister said that the people have been waiting for medical college for the past four decades. The Medical Council of India (MCI) gave its approval to the medical college on Tuesday. He said that the demand for establishing a medical college in Nizamabad has been pending for more than four decades. The medical college was sanctioned when he was health minister. The district officials and people's representatives at that time opined that Khalilwadi in the town was the suitable place for construction of college. The Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy laid foundation for building and sanctioned adequate funds.
The Minister said that the Medical College would have 100 seats and the classes for first year MBBS would commence in August. Professors, Assistant Professors and doctors were appointed for the college. Construction of 500-bed hospital attached to the medical college was completed. The team from Medical Council of India (MCI) inspected the medical college building on May 17 and 18.