Preparations at the Medical School for the Prime Minister’s visit intensified

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Ayodhya. Preparations intensified when it became known that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who was visiting the district on Sunday, had shortly reached Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College.
The director of the Medical College, Dr. Vijay Kumar, has instructed that ongoing construction work be accelerated and that the holidays of all professors, associate professors and other doctors on Saturdays and Sundays be canceled.
The Rajarshi Dasharatha Medical College established in Ganja has not yet reached its original form. However, in order to meet the standards of the Medical Council of India, two batches have been approved and courses are also being held.
At the same time, the Darshannagar hospital selected for clinical courses is still incomplete. Construction work on the 200-bed hospital has been on hold for eight months.
In addition, work on relocating the PICU, HDU as well as the oxygen generator system and the oxygen pipeline will continue at the Medical College Darshannagar, which became the Kovid L-2 hospital during the corona infection.
Meanwhile, preparations at the medical school intensified after information was received on July 25 of Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath’s arrival at the medical school.
Headmaster Dr. Vijay Kumar made a tour of the premises with the subordinates on Friday and instructed that the work to be completed quickly. He said that one oxygen generator plant has been completed and another is under construction.
Work to move pipelines to 300 beds is also ongoing. The executive organization has been instructed to lay pipelines for every 20 beds by Sunday, which will be shown to the Prime Minister.
Said 50 bed PICU and HDU and 50 bed isolation ward for kids ready. Whatever will be ready by Sunday. In addition, the noise protection system in the multi-purpose hall in the bald area could not be operated for reasons of cost.
Whatever the demand for the budget is shown to the Chief Minister. He said that on the information of the Prime Minister’s possible visit, all doctors’ vacations on Saturday and Sunday have been canceled and no one has been ordered to leave headquarters without permission.

Ayodhya. Preparations intensified when it became known that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who was visiting the district on Sunday, had shortly reached Rajarshi Dashrath Medical College.

The director of the Medical College, Dr. Vijay Kumar, has instructed that ongoing construction work be accelerated and that the holidays of all professors, associate professors and other doctors on Saturdays and Sundays be canceled.

The Rajarshi Dasharatha Medical College established in Ganja has not yet reached its original form. However, in order to meet the standards of the Medical Council of India, two batches have been approved and courses are also being held.

At the same time, the Darshannagar hospital selected for clinical courses is still incomplete. Construction work on the 200-bed hospital has been on hold for eight months.

In addition, work on relocating the PICU, HDU as well as the oxygen generator system and the oxygen pipeline will continue at the Medical College Darshannagar, which became the Kovid L-2 hospital during the corona infection.

Meanwhile, preparations at the medical school intensified after information was received on July 25 of Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath’s arrival at the medical school.

Headmaster Dr. Vijay Kumar made a tour of the premises with the subordinates on Friday and instructed that the work to be completed quickly. He said that one oxygen generator plant has been completed and another is under construction.

Work to move pipelines to 300 beds is also ongoing. The executive organization has been instructed to lay pipelines for every 20 beds by Sunday, which will be shown to the Prime Minister.

Said 50 bed PICU and HDU and 50 bed isolation ward for kids ready. Whatever will be ready by Sunday. In addition, the noise protection system in the multi-purpose hall in the bald area could not be operated for reasons of cost.

Whatever the demand for the budget is shown to the Chief Minister. He said that on the information of the Prime Minister’s possible visit, all doctors’ vacations on Saturday and Sunday have been canceled and no one has been ordered to leave headquarters without permission.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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