During his address on the first day of the Assembly’s Budget session, the Haryana governor declared that the state government would open 200-bed hospitals in every district. In addition, a 200-bed hospital is being built in every district. In Chhainsa, Faridabad, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College has already been established. In Bhiwani, under the name of renowned freedom fighter Pandit Neki Ram Sharma, medical colleges are being established in Jind and in Koriavaas village in Mahendragarh.
Also in Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Faridabad, Rewari, and Panchkula, the construction of nursing colleges has begun. The governor also lauded the state government for its efforts to combat the third wave of Covid, saying that a medical college in Hasan Khan Mewati and a dental college in Nalharh are being built. The state has 91 PCA plants, out of which 86 are operational, according to the (health) department.According to the Governor, 43 of these have been implemented under PM-CARES, and 48 under CSR.
The government in Kurukshetra has established Sri Krishna Ayush University, where admissions were accepted for 82 seats this year. In Mahendragarh village, a government ayurvedic hospital has been established. At the naturopathy education and research institute in Devarkhana village in Jhajjar, OPD programs have been launched. In Ankeda village in Nuh, a unani college will be established, and in Ambala, a homeopathic college will be established. Times Now Bureau