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Top priority for setting up proposed medical colleges: Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy

By Express News Service

VIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has instructed the officers to offer high priority for setting up  medical schools throughout the states as deliberate and expedite the works. Reviewing progress of Nadu-Nedu ( Health) scheme on Monday, he mentioned works ought to begin within the medical schools the place judicial preview and tender course of are accomplished.

Senior officers of the well being division had been requested to debate with district collectors for making certain that there isn’t a delay in sanctioning funds to accumulate the wanted land for medical schools in East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna and Kurnool districts.

The officers knowledgeable the Chief Minister that tenders associated to medical schools in Paderu, Pulivendula, Piduguralla and Machilipatnam had been awarded and the tender course of concerning the remaining 12 medical schools will begin by May 21.

During assessment on YSR Kanti Velugu, officers mentioned that 66,17,613 schoolchildren had been examined to this point and surgical procedures had been performed on 293 college students who had been recognized with eye issues. They mentioned 60,393 colleges had been lined below the YSR Kanti Velugu Scheme and glasses had been distributed to 1,58,227 youngsters for free.

Further, eye assessments had been performed to eight,09,262 senior residents within the third part of the Kanti Velugu scheme and glasses had been distributed to three,90,479 folks and operations had been performed to 41,194 and the scheme continues to be in progress.

The Chief Minister directed the officers to give attention to finishing the scheme with none delay. Deputy CM Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas, Chief Secretary Adityanath Das, DGP Gautam Sawang, COVID Command and Control Centre chairman KS Jawahar Reddy, Principal Secretary (Health) Anilkumar Singhal and Principal Secretary (Transport) MT Krishna Babu had been current. 

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