On Sunday, while attending the Pramukhswami Medical College’s function at Karamsad that had been organized to celebrate the beginning of the silver jubilee year, Gujarat Health Minister Jaynarayan Vyas has made an announcement that the State government has taken a decision to make additional 450 medical seats every year in the next three years.
He added in his statement, “By 2022, when India is expected to have one medical college for every 25 lakh population, Gujarat will have in place one medical college for every 15 lakh people in the State.”
Talking about rapid growth of Gujarat state due to work done for population of the state like excellent medical education programme, Mr. Vyas defined the Gujarat govt. achievements in Medical field .
“As per present projections, India will need about 6.5 lakh doctors and about 12.5 lakh trained nurses by the year 2025 to meet the demand for skilled medical and para-medical professionals. Gujarat is chalking out plans to achieve the goal with focus on quality education and training.”
In recent time, where the medical technology is sharply to be changed and the training and education programmes are to be required for having effective medical services in India, Gujarat govt. would prove itself by developing continuing training programmes for doctors and para-medics to keep themselves abreast of the latest advancements in medical technology and procedures.
Speaking about the Gujarat medical achievement, the Chief Minister Narendra Modi said, “The State government is committed to laying equal emphasis on preventive healthcare as much as medical care as part of the State’s policy for “a healthy Gujarat”.”
Modi was presented at the same function for laying the foundation stone for the Ramanbhai Gokal Privilege Centre, an extension of the medical facilities being provided at the Shree Krishna Hospital.
Moreover The Gujarat State in which country’s first rural areas bases college, Pramukhswami College has been established, is known for its several welfare schemes like providing clean drinking water and pro-active steps to curb pollution that make it more expandable state of the country in terms of public health and family welfare.