MP Govt Allots funds of Rs 750 Crore for 3 new Medical Colleges In The State

Madhya Pradesh government has given permission to medical board to open 3 new Medical colleges in the state. Government also sanctioned Budget of nearly Rs 750 Crore, these three medical colleges will be opened in three different cities and these cities are Ratlam, Vidisha and Shahdol.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the state cabinet approve this plan in a meeting. Mishra (the Parliamentary Affairs minister) Said “The Cabinet has accorded an administrative sanction of Rs 749.15 crore for opening up three new government medical colleges at Ratlam, Vidisha and Shahdol,”.

According to the government plan Vidisha and Ratlam colleges will have 150 seats each, beside Shahdol will get 100 seats for MBBS course. The budhet of 750 crore is divided in these three college Rs 259.65 crore for Ratlam, Rs 265.19 crore for Vidisha and Rs 224.31 crore for Shahdol.

Apart from medical colleges Shiv Raj Singh (Chief Minister) had also said that government is ready to set up 10 new industrial institutes in sign language for the hearing- and speech-impaired each school will allotted two teachers of sign language. He also said that students who scored minimum 50% marks in class 12th and want to do a Diploma in Education (DEd), or Bachelor in Education (BEd) will be free for the student.

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