Madhya Pradesh’s BMHRC will start an MBBS course next year, Mandavia said

Minister of Health and Family Welfare Mansukh Mandavia has announced that the Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS) will begin next year at the Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Center (BMHRC), a facility designed for victims of the 1984 gas tragedy. MBBS has more than doubled to one lakh nationwide.

Various issues related to BMHRC were discussed and analyzed. The medical institution is not able to give its correct production for the elapsed time. We decided to start an MBBS course there (BMHRC) next year, “said Mandvia.

He also added that postgraduate medical courses will be expanded and the Indian Medical Research Council (ICMR) will ensure the faculty’s availability by relocating from other parts of the country.

“MBBS positions in the country have doubled to one lakh to ensure there are more doctors in the country. This will also ensure the availability of specialist doctors and will subsequently solve the problem of the shortage of teachers in medical colleges, “he said.

Mandvia said that amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center has launched an Ayushman Bharat health infrastructure mission with an estimated cost of Rs 64,000.

With PTI inputs.

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