UP Chief Minister asks officials to set-up 25 medical colleges, 6 AIIMS-like institutes in the state

Monday, April 24, 2017

Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked officials to work on developing 25 medical colleges in the state in the next five years as well as establish AIIMS-like institutes in six regions of the state.

Adityanath said the officials should also work on upgrading district hospitals into medical colleges and work on fulfilling the requirement of doctors in government hospitals, reports Indian Express.

Stressing on the lack of “able doctors” in villages and small towns, Adityanath said the doctors should serve in rural and far-flung areas for two to three years after completing their education.

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