Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday laid the foundation stone for four new medical schools in Rajasthan and inaugurated the CIPET: Institute of Petrochemicals Technology, Jaipur. The new medical schools will be located in the districts of Banswara, Sirohi, Hanumangarh and Dausa.These Medical Colleges have been sanctioned under the centrally sponsored scheme for “Establishment of new medical colleges attached with district/ referral hospitals”,
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said. Under this three-phased scheme, 157 new medical colleges have been approved across the country, it said.Districts backward, backward and eager to create medical schools, he added. CIPET: The recently opened Petrochemical Technology Institute in Jaipur caters to the needs of young people who want to study certain aspects of the petrochemical and energy industries, the Prime Minister said.In his speech, Prime Minister Modi said it was important to quickly expand the network of AIIMS institutions and explain specialized hospitals in all corners of the country.“
The biggest pandemic of 100 years has taught a lot to the health sector of the world...Be it AIIMS, medical colleges or even super specialty hospitals like AIIMS, it is very important to spread their network rapidly to every nook and corner of the country,” PM Modi said.“Today we can say with satisfaction that India is moving beyond 6 AIIMS to a strong network of more than 22 AIIMS. In these 6-7 years, more than 170 new medical colleges have been set up and work on more than 100 new medical colleges is going on at a brisk pace,” the Prime Minister said.In his speech, the most important of them pointed out that the number of study places for medical and doctoral students had risen from 82,000 in 2014 to 1.40 lakh.
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