Hyderabad, November 09- The Telangana Health Department is preparing to open eight government medical colleges for the first time on November 15. The colleges, developed at a cost of Rs 510 crore each, at a cost of Rs 4,080 crore, will be officially opened on the same day. The institutes will add 1,200 MBBS seats at Sangareddy, Kothagudem, Mancherial, Jagtial, Wanaparthy, Mahabubabad, Nagarkurnool and Ramgunda. According to Telangana Health Minister T Harish Rao, the state government set up the colleges without receiving any financial aid from the Centre.
Following the state government’s decision to reserve 85 per cent of B-category medical seats in private medical colleges for students belonging to the state, 1,068 seats in private medical colleges will also be made available for students starting this academic year. Relationship with the public does not confirm this news, this news has been received through public concern and this news was going viral in social media, due to which this news is being published. On this, there is no official confirmation about the veracity of the news.
Telangana: 8 government medical colleges to be unveiled on November 15
Story first published: Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 20:31 [IST]