Medhavi Vidyarthi Yojana Benefit for all sections of society
Vidisha. The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while dedicating the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College in Vidisha said that the benefit of Medhavi Vidyarthi yojana for higher education will be provided to students of all the sections of the society. 29 students of Medical College- Vidisha have been benefitted under the scheme.
Mentioning about the efforts being made to provide better medical and health facilities in the state, Chouhan said that proper arrangement of doctors in rural areas are being ensured. Hospitals are being equipped with necessary resources. All the facilities and medical treatment arrangements have also been made for patients in the hospital of the newly constructed Medical College. The Medical College constructed at a cost of Rs. 356 crore approximately has 750 bed hospital. Adequate arrangement for the treatment of serious and incurable illnesses has been ensured in the hospital, he added.
Medical College equipped with ultramodern facilities - The newly constructed 750 bed hospital of the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College of Vidisha has special intensive care units equipped with the ultramodern facilities for medical treatment of patients suffering from serious illnesses. As many as 10 doctors will render 24 hours services in these units.
The Medical Council of India has given an approval to begin the Medical College with 150 admission capacity in Vidisha Medical college. The admission process for students of the first batch has been completed. Post Graduate degree and Diploma course in different faculties of the medical college will be started after about 3 years. Facilities like modular operation theatre and blood bank have been made available in the medical college too.
Patients suffering from serious illnesses, not only from Vidisha but from Ashok Nagar, Raisen, Ganjbasoda, Sironj, Lateri, Guna and Bina will get better medical facilities with convenience at this Vidisha Medical College. Medical treatment facility will be made available to about 2000 patients daily by the outpatient department of the college.