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Telangana CM Unveils 9 New Government Medical Colleges, with 8 More on the Horizon for 2024
This expansion in medical education is nothing short of remarkable. It elevates the number of government medical colleges in Telangana from just five in 2014 to an impressive 26. Additionally, the availability of medical seats has significantly increased, growing from 2,850 to 8,516.

by Pragti Sharma / 15 Sep 2023 23:37 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 334

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Today, September 15, 2023, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao marked a momentous occasion by virtually inaugurating nine new government medical colleges in the state. These newly launched medical colleges are located in various districts, including Karimnagar, Kamareddy, Khammam, Jayashankar Bhupalapalli, Kumram Bhim Asifabad, Nirmal, Rajanna Sirisilla, Vikarabad, and Janagam.



This expansion in medical education is nothing short of remarkable. It elevates the number of government medical colleges in Telangana from just five in 2014 to an impressive 26. Additionally, the availability of medical seats has significantly increased, growing from 2,850 to 8,516.



The Telangana government's commitment to bolstering medical education is evident in its plans for the future. In addition to the newly inaugurated colleges, the government has sanctioned the establishment of eight more medical colleges in 2024. This initiative has been aptly referred to as the white coat revolution in the state.



What sets Telangana's achievement apart is the speed and scale of its efforts. Few states in India have embarked on such an ambitious journey to expand medical education. Telangana's dedication to making quality healthcare education accessible across its districts is commendable.



The vision is clear – Telangana aims to become the first Indian state with a government medical college in each of its districts. This initiative democratizes access to medical education and ensures that healthcare reaches every corner of the state.



The inauguration event witnessed the presence of key dignitaries, including Minister of Health and Medical Affairs Tanniru Harish Rao, Chief Secretary of Government Shanti Kumari, and other senior officials. Their collective efforts and commitment to improving medical education in Telangana have set a significant milestone in the history of the state.


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