Rajpipla Medical College Nodal Inspects Ayurvedic College
From next academic session in Gujarat under Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Government of India
Rajpipla Medical College is one of the five newly started medical colleges
Until the construction of a new medical college at the allotted place at Jitnagar, the first year course of MBBS will be started at the beginning of the next academic session at Rajpipla Ayurvedic College.
Nodal Officer and Dean of Rajpipla Medical College Shri Dr. Ashish Gokhale and Dean of Vadodara Medical College Dr. Visit of Rajpipla Ayurvedic College by various department heads including Tanuja Javadekar
With the suggestion to include in it the proposal for approval of other laboratories and other related facilities required for the second year course along with the first year course of MBBS, the District Collector Shri D.A. Shah's instruction
Inspection of available infrastructure facilities as per MCI norms and requirements
With the availability of change facility as per the suggestions made by the subject matter experts For P.I.U. Consultation conducted with
Rajpipla, Gujarat, India, Tuesday, May 25, 2021:Under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of the Government of India, five new medical colleges in Gujarat starting from the next academic session have also been included in the new medical colleges of Narmada district. GMERS has given approval for construction of new medical college and hospital at Jitnagar in Rajpipla. Construction of a new medical college at Rajpipla will take shape in the coming years.
Currently, for the first year MBBS course of the new medical college approved at Rajpipla, the Ayurvedic Medical College building at Rajpipla will be functioning from the next academic session, P.I.U. The nodal officer and dean of Rajpipla Medical College, Dr. from Vadodara today to study and inspect the facilities as suggested. Dr. Ashish Gokhale, Dean, Medical College, Vadodara Dr. Tanuja Javadekar, Head of the Department of Anatomy and Professor. Vasant Vaniya, Head of the Department of Physiology and Professor Dr. Varsha Joshi and Head of the Department of Biochemistry and Professor Dr. Shilpa Jain, P.I.U. Deputy Executive Engineer Shri Dave and Shri Paresh Parmar visited Rajpipla Ayurvedic College today and inspected the facilities available at P.I.U. Made the necessary instructions. During the visit, Rajpipla's Civil Surgeon and CDMO Dr. Dr. Jyotiben Gupta and RMO of Ayurvedic College. Piyush Shah also joined. And provided the necessary information to the said team.
After the above visit, the medical members of the Sadarhu team visited the Narmada District Collector Shri D.A. at the Rajpipla Collectorate. In the necessary discussions and deliberations held in person, the District Collector Shri Shah is giving special priority to the overall development of the district as per the parameters prescribed by the Central Policy Commission under the Aspirational District in other fields including health education. He then instructed to take necessary action in this direction immediately with a suggestion to include in it a proposal for approval of other laboratories and other facilities required for the second year course along with the first year course of MBBS in Ayurvedic College from the next academic session.
The nodal officer and dean of Rajpipla Medical College, Dr. Giving details, Ashish Gokhale said that under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of the Government of India, five new medical colleges will be started in Gujarat from the next academic session. Dean of Vadodara Medical College Dr. Tanuja Javadekar and Heads of different departments of the College, Vadodara and P.I.U. of Narmada. The team and the CDMO and Civil Surgeon Dr. Together with Jyotiben Gupta, the first place for the first year academic session of MBBS in the building of Rajpipla Ayurvedic College for the first one-and-a-half years until the new construction of the college-hospital is erected at the allotted place of the Medical College here at Jitnagar. According to the Medical Council of India-MCI, the necessary facilities have been surveyed in the first year by visiting today. And the infrastructure facilities for physiology and biochemistry have been surveyed as per the requirement of MCI as per the requirement of MCI as per the requirement of laboratory, lecture hall and demonstration hall, museum etc. And P.I.U. for the availability of necessary modifications and additions as decided in consultation with the departmental head-experts on the type of ancillary facilities required as per MCI requirements. Has been suggested.