When the teaching hospital will get more PG medical seats, the hospitals will render better medical services with the help of PG medical students and render super speciality services to the patients.
Hyderabad: Three Government Medical Colleges in Andhra Pradesh are going to get 35 additional Post Graduate (PG) medical seats from the next academic year.
The Medical Council of India (MCI) has recommended the Centre to sanction these PG seats after being satisfied with the medical colleges’ infrastructure and manpower to impart PG medical education.
According to a recent report by The Hans India, the below mentioned medical colleges are going to get the respective number of PG medical seats:
- Srikakulam Government Medical College- 11 PG medical seats
- Anantapur Medical College- 16 seats
- Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS)- 8 PG seats.
Speaking to The Hans India, Director of Medical Education Dr K Babji confirmed, “AP will get 35 additional PG medical seats at RIMS in Ongole, Anantapur and Srikakulam government medical colleges. We got communication from the MCI. We are expecting some more PG seats and waiting for communication.”
The apex medical council team had conducted inspections at these medical institutions and after careful perusal of the facilities only, it recommended in favour of the medical colleges. The MCI team inspected labs, infrastructure in the college, hostels, libraries, seminar halls and recommended for additional seats.
The MCI informed the same to the Director of Medical Education Dr K Babji. When the teaching hospital will get more PG medical seats, the hospitals will render better medical services with the help of PG medical students and render super speciality services to the patients. The poor patients will be benefited, quote the daily.