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    CM KCR to Inaugurate Multiple Medical Colleges Starting September 15

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    Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will be inaugurating nine government medical colleges on September 15. The colleges are located in Kamareddy, Karimnagar, Khammam, Jayashankar-Bhupalpally, Komarambheem-Asifabad, Nirmal, Rajanna Siricilla, Vikarabad, and Janagaon. Classes for the new academic year will also begin on the same day.

    Health Minister T Harish Rao disclosed this information and emphasized the importance of successful commencement of classes. The goal of these colleges is to provide high-quality medical education and healthcare services to the local population. Last year, eight medical colleges started classes, and this year, nine more will join them. Meticulous preparations are being made to ensure a smooth start to the academic year.

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    The college principals will oversee the admissions process. The Kaloji University V-C and the Director of Medical Education have been directed to meet for further supervision. The aim is to avoid any disruptions during the classes.

    The expansion of government medical education in the state was highlighted by Chief Minister Rao. Before the formation of the state, there were only five government medical colleges. With the addition of these nine colleges, the total number of government medical colleges will be 26, offering a total of 3,915 medical seats. This is a significant increase from the 850 MBBS seats available in 2014.

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    In addition to the medical colleges, there will be an expansion of Arogya Mahila Clinics. One hundred additional centers dedicated to women’s healthcare will be established. Another hundred clinics will be launched on September 12. Currently, there are 272 such centers, and this number will increase to 372 in the near future. These centers will have female medical personnel and will provide eight major medical services every Tuesday.

    The recruitment of 5,204 staff nurses will be announced soon. The Health Minister also emphasized the need to address pending issues related to the Pay Revision Commission and resolve arrears of auxiliary nurse midwives. The appointment process for District Medical and Health Officers sanctioned under the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation should also be completed promptly.

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