Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot approved a proposal to establish three new medical colleges in Rajasthan. The centres have been planned in Pratapgarh, Jalore and Rajsamand.
Speaking to the press, Gehlot, a veteran Congress leader, added that the state government is working to strengthen basic medical services and provide better medical facilities to the general public. “The colleges will boost the health infrastructure,” he stated, while sharing details of state budget 2023-24.
The CM elaborated that each of these medical colleges will be constructed at a cost of Rs 250 crore. An additional Rs 75 crore would be spent on necessary infrastructure such as equipment, furniture and books.
“Now, Rajasthan’s students will not have to go far to study medicine,” he claimed, on the many advantages that will be offered with the new seats of medical learning.
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