Hamirpur, August 11
A team of two senior medical officers from Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government Medical University inspected facilities at Dr Radhakrishanan Government Medical College here today. The team comprised Dr Digvijay Singh and Dr Payush.
The visiting team was reportedly concerned about the accommodation for the next academic session as the college that was started two years ago has over 200 students. The next batch would be of 120 students and there was hardly any space available in the college to accommodate the next batch.
The college and the government had assured the Medical Council of India (MCI) that it would construct the building in two years but there was hardly any progress.
Dr Anil Chauhan, principal of the college, said that the purpose of the visit was to assess the facilities in the medical college.
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