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Update on the construction of various nursing schools in western Odisha

Following is a report from the Pioneer:

The State Government in the Department of Health and Family Welfare on Saturday asked the district authorities of Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Sundargarh and Dhenkal to start preliminary work for construction of four General Nursing and Midwifery Training Schools in those districts at a cost of Rs 10 crore each.

Out of the required Rs 40 crore, the Central Government has agreed to release 85 per cent and the State would have to bear 15 per cent. The Government has made budgetary provision of Rs 6,22,72000 in the Budget for 2012-13, according to Minister of Health and Family Welfare Prasanna Kumar Acharya.

Besides, the Government has aldo directed the departmental authorities in Nabarangpur, Boudh and Subarnpur to accelerate the process of completing the GNM Training School and two ANM Training Schools under construction in the districts, respectively. The Centre has released Rs 4.75 crore out of a total of Rs 17 crore. The State Government has also released Rs 1 crore while another Rs 3. 33 crore has been laid out in the current year towards the State’s share.

Besides, the Government has created posts of one principal, 14 tutors, one junior clerk one librarian, one laboratory assistant and two peons for the Nabarangpur GNM Training School, posts of one principal tutor, five tutors, one junior clerk and two peons for the the ANM Training Schools each at Boudh and Subarnpur have been created.


March 4, 2012 at 5:45 am 1 comment

Krupajal group to set up medical college in KBK region

Following is from the Dharitri online edition:

February 13, 2011 at 9:26 am 4 comments

275 nursing colleges to be set up in hilly states of India

Following is a PTI report:

New Delhi, May 3 (PTI) Government will set up 275 nursing colleges to churn out 22,000 nurses every year in the hilly states as part of its drive to address the shortfall in human resources in the health sector.

Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said improving human resources in the health sector was his real aim over the next five years.

Along with the increase in the number of Post-Graduate medical seats, the government is planning a major boost for nursing education and para-medical staff by setting up 275 colleges in hilly and difficult states.

“These colleges will churn out 22,000 additional nurses every year,” Azad said at a function here.

The health minister said the government was also bringing out a mechanism through which the Centre would directly monitor the immunisation campaign being carried out by the state governments.

He said there was also a need to reign in the population growth.

May 3, 2010 at 5:56 pm 1 comment



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