Haryana government plans to set up medical college in Gurugram

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has given in-principle approval to set up a government medical college and hospital in Gurugram.

The proposed medical college and hospital will initially have 100 MBBS seats and 300 beds which would be later upgraded to 200 MBBS seats and 500 beds.

There would also be a provision to start MD and MS courses. There is also plan to set-up of a dental college with 100 BDS seats and later also start MDS course, reports Indian Express.

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Comment by Anoop Kumar Bajpai
2017-03-15 15:50:48

Medical College to come up on 25 acres in Sector 105. As per times india news on 15-03-2017 Four months after chief minister Manohar Lal kHattar announced that medical college would be set up in the city the MCG has earmarked 25 acres land in secotor105.

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