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Mizoram govt planning to hand over state’s lone airport, medical college to Centre

Aizawl, December 18: The new government in Mizoram is planning to hand over the state's lone airport and its only medical college to the Centre, an official said on Monday. At the meeting of the council of ministers on December 14, it was decided that the state government would take steps to hand over the Lengpui airport to the Airports Authority of India (AAI), he said. It was also decided at the meeting that the government will find ways to hand over the Zoram Medical College (ZMC) to the Union...
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Arunachal’s lone medical college TRIHMS gets cath lab

Itanagar, August 13: Tomo Riba Institute of Health & Medical Science (TRIHMS), the only medical college in Arunachal Pradesh, achieved another milestone on Sunday with the inauguration of the first cath lab by Chief Minister Pema Khandu and Health Minister Alo Libang. Dedicating the state-of-the-art facility to the people of the state, Khandu congratulated TRIHMS director Dr Moji Jini and two senior cardiologists, Dr Rinchin Dorjee Megeji and Dr Toni Ete, for their role in setting up the lab. “Since its establishment, TRIHMS has come a long way in upgrading...
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Assam gets approval for 12th medical college

Guwahati, March 15: The number of medical colleges in Assam will increase to 12 with a new one at Nalbari getting approval from the National Medical Commission (NMC) to start MBBS course from 2023-24 academic session, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Wednesday. The chief minister termed it as a historic accomplishment for the state with four new medical colleges being set up in just one year. We've reached another milestone! Delighted to share that Nalbari Medical College has been recognised by National Medical Commission with approval to admit...
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Assam: In first pvt funding for govt medical college, firm pledges Rs 150cr

Guwahati, November 4: The Assam government on Friday joined hands with Mumbai-based Bright Star Investments for the construction of an upcoming medical college in the state capital, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said. After signing the memorandum of understanding, Sarma said this is the first time that the state government is partnering with a private player to develop the infrastructure of a medical college. "We have tied-up for the second medical college in Guwahati. Bright Star Investments will put in Rs 150 crore to build the academic block, UG and...
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