'Telangana's golden chapter'; KCR inaugurates 8 new medical colleges

Chief Minister KCR congratulated the medical students and staff during the inaugural ceremony

Telangana State Government opened eight medical colleges

HYDERABAD: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao virtually launched classes for MBBS first-year students online in eight medical colleges from Pragati Bhavan on Tuesday.

The Telangana State Government opened eight medical colleges in the state in one go, ushering in a new era in medical education. Chief Minister KCR congratulated the medical students and staff during the inaugural ceremony.

It is a golden chapter and an unforgettable day in Telangana's history. Telangana's Chief Minister KCR described the opening of eight medical colleges on a single day as a proud moment.

Chief Minister KCR said, "Sangareddy, Mahabubabad, Manchiryala, Jagityala, Wanaparthy, Kothagudem, Nagarkurnool, and Ramagundam now have eight new medical colleges. Nobody expected government medical colleges to be established in tribal-dominated Mahabubabad or remote areas like Wanaparthy. Telangana State's formation and Telangana administration leadership by Telangana struggle activists made the activists' dreams a reality ".

Chief Minister KCR praised Health Minister Harish Rao and other senior officials for their tireless efforts, saying, "The construction of these eight colleges was completed thanks to the efforts of Telangana activist and Health Minister T Harish Rao. Special thanks to the minister, as well as top officials and staff who assisted. The state government is committed to establishing one medical college in each district. The number of government medical schools has risen to 17. These institutions were spread across 16 districts. It is necessary to establish new medical colleges in another 17 districts ".

He went on to say, "The State Cabinet has already given its approval in principle for the construction of new medical colleges. With God's blessing, the construction of 17 colleges will begin soon, and he will inaugurate them. Previously, the total number of MBBS seats available in government medical colleges was 850. The figure has now risen to 2,790. It is a pleasure that the number of MBBS seats has nearly quadrupled, and that Telangana children are getting them."

"Telangana practises and the country follows in all spheres. I am very pleased that Telangana, the country's youngest state, is growing so that it can emulate Telangana in the field of medicine as well. Students and faculty members in the medical field should work to improve the lives of the poor. The government is willing to spend any amount of money on poor people's healthcare. Health Minister Harish Rao plans to establish paramedical colleges across the state soon, "said KCR.

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