Private college adminstration and state governments, keeping in mind the hope of getting permission to start a medical college without mobilizing basic amenities, have suffered a major setback. The Central Health and Family Welfare Ministry has rejected the proposal of 68 new medical colleges on the recommendation of Medical Council of India (MCI). There are 31 government colleges. The rejected proposals include four medical colleges in Bihar, including three private and one government. The maximum 10 proposals were from Uttar Pradesh.
According to sources in the Union Health Ministry, the proposal had come from the 73 new medical colleges. During the inspection, MCI found that 68 out of the recruitment colleges did not have the necessary facilities for MBBS education. In most colleges there was not only lack of necessary equipment, but the number of teachers was also low. In such a case, MCI had recommended not to allow these colleges. At the same time, the Health Ministry has decided to allow five new colleges. There are two government medical colleges in Rajasthan and one in UP, Himachal Pradesh and West Bengal. The college which got permission in UP is named as Mulayam Singh Yadav Medical College and Hospital. .
1. Madhubani Medical College, Madhubani Private College.
2. JM Medical College and Hospital, Turkey, Muzaffarpur Private College.
3. Shri Narayan Medical Institute and Hospital, Saharsa Private College
2. Government Medical College, Madhepura Government College.
A senior official of the Health Ministry said that the colleges which have not been granted permission this time can improve their deficiencies and then apply. Although they have to wait a year ..
U.P. and 5 Jharkhand colleges are not considered as the center also.
Proposals of new medical colleges were rejected
Government Medical College under construction in Madhepura