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Work on establishing a medical college each in Rudrapur, Haridwar and Pithoragarh will start soon-Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat on Friday said the state government's efforts are focused on strengthening basic infrastru...





Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat on Friday said the state government's efforts are focused on strengthening basic infrastructure in all sectors, including health, and assured that work on three medical colleges will start soon. 


Talking to reporters virtually as he has been in isolation since March 22 after testing positive for COVID-19, Rawat said Uttarakhand is moving steadily on the path of progress.


The government's focus is on strengthening basic infrastructure in all sectors including education, health and drinking water facilities, he said.  


Work on establishing a medical college each in Rudrapur, Haridwar and Pithoragarh will start soon, the chief minister said. 


Describing the creation of better health facilities for people in remote villages as priority of the state government, he said a fleet of 138 additional ambulances are being provided under the '108' emergency service.


The recruitment process for 403 doctors and 2,600 nurses will also begin soon, Rawat said.    


Apart from this professors, assistant professors and associate professors will also soon be recruited in medical colleges where there are vacancies, he said.  

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