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    Completion of government medical colleges with excellent infrastructure underway in Hyderabad


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    Officials are hopeful that the infrastructure for the nine new medical colleges in Telangana will be completed in time for the start of the academic year in August. Construction is underway at various stages, with the aim of finishing before the inauguration of the colleges. The State government has proposed to establish an additional nine medical colleges, bringing the total number of medical colleges in Telangana to 26. Most of the colleges have received approval from the National Medical Council, with Karimnagar medical college soon to receive its permission as well.

    Existing buildings are being used for the medical colleges in certain locations where new buildings are still under construction. District hospital buildings are being utilised for these colleges, as they will be attached to the respective district hospitals. Health Minister T Harish Rao has instructed officials to expedite the construction works to ensure that essential amenities, including hostel accommodation, are available for medical students by the start of the academic year.

    Alternative arrangements are being made in districts where there are no available building facilities. For instance, in Vikarabad, classes will be conducted in district hospitals as the medical building is still under construction. Similarly, in Kamareddy, the Mother and Child Hospital will be utilised for the medical college. In Sircilla, students will be provided hostel accommodation at the Agriculture Polytechnic college while construction is underway in a 35-acre area.

    In Bhupalapally, more than 50 percent of the construction works have been completed, and officials are optimistic about finishing the remaining works on time. In Khammam, the old Collectorate office will serve as the college building, and hostel facilities will be arranged at a guest house. Officials assure that all necessary facilities will be in place by the start of the next academic year.

    Over 1,100 new assistant professors will receive joining orders on Monday. The Health Minister will personally hand over the appointment orders in a ceremony scheduled to take place at Shilpakala Vedika near Hitec City.

    Rajesh M
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