Eight new medical colleges launched in Telangana state.

In a phenomenal development in the history of the medical sector in Telangana state, eight new medical colleges were launched at one stroke.

Chief minister Mr K Chandrasekhara Rao launched classes in all the colleges through online from his office at Hyderabad.

The new medical colleges are located at Sangareddy, Mahabubabad, Mancherial, Jagtial, Wanaparthy, Kothagudem, Nagarkurnool and Ramagundam. When Telangana was formed in 2014, there were only three medical colleges. In the last eight years of the TRS ruling, 12 medical colleges were set up, including the eight this year.

Now the total medical colleges in the state are 17 and the government is planning to set up one medical college each in all 33 districts. Each medical college will also have a nursing college and a super-specialty hospital. With this, Telangana will become the only state in the country to have a medical college and super speciality hospital.

Now the MBBS seats in the state rose to 1,150 additional boon to medical students and 152 super speciality seats. Launching the classes, CM KCR congratulated the staff and students of the colleges.

The remote Wanaparthy and tribal district Mahabubabad now have government medical colleges which none ever dreamed of. He described the development as a golden chapter in the medical history of Telangana. He complimented all those involved in the launch of new medical colleges.

The CM recalled the hard times of the pandemic that even shook the most modern countries.
The Telangana strives to meet any exigency in future by going in for massive development of medical infrastructure, he added.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao 

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