The construction of the Faculty of Medicine will be completed in December, admission will be in one hundred seats from the next session

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Narnaul. Construction work on the Koriyavas Medical College building will be completed in December. The OPD will start here from the next academic session. Initially, admission will be in 100 places in the medical school. In five years, after the approval of the MCI, there will be 500 places. Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said these things while interacting with reporters after inspecting the building of the medical school under construction in Koriyawas on Saturday.
He said the government would complete the goal of creating a medical college in each district within the stipulated time. The Haryana government is determined to provide better medical facilities to the citizens. The medical university being built in the village of Koriyawas in Mahendragarh district will also be a lifeline for many districts of Haryana and Rajasthan. In response to a question, it was said that the first phase will cost more than 500 million, while an allocation of 300 million has also been made for the second phase. The construction of the building of this medical school, which is being prepared on about 80 hectares, will be completed by the end of this year. The OPD and classes will begin here from the next academic session. Initially there will be 100 seats. After that, in 5 years after MCI approval, there will be 500 seats. He said the road leading from the Narnaul ring road to Koriyawas would be widened by 10 meters so that there is no problem in the movement of the medical school.
He said the medical school will have all the modern facilities. It will have a total of 880 beds. These will have 720 rooms and 100 ICU beds. It will have 14 operating rooms. There will also be 40 special beds and 20 beds in private rooms. On this occasion, the Deputy Commissioner, Dr. Jai Krishna Aabhir, the state president of the Jannayak Janata Party, Sardar Nishan Singh, and the national vice president Kanwar Singh Kalwadi, were present.
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Punjabi Dharamshala inaugurated
Narnaul. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala on Saturday inaugurated Arora Sabha Bhawan (Punjabi Dharamshala) built by Punjabi Sabha at Pul Bazar at a cost of Rs 70 lakh. He announced 11 lakh Rs for Punjabi Dharamshala. During this, the Deputy Chief Minister said that such Dharamshalas and institutions are useful to the people of all societies. When creating a digital library in Dharamsala, one should also link up with the education sector so that the next generation can prepare for different types of oppositions here. On this occasion the patron of the Punjabi Sabha Dharamchand Chhabra, President of the Punjabi Sabha Naresh Gogia, Secretary Ashwini Kataria, Treasurer Sunil Chugh, Baldev Chahal, Sonia Dhankar, Jagdish, Omprakash Arora, Parmanand Dewan, Shankarlal, Bharat Bhushan Gandhi, , Wadhwa be present.
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Laying of the first stone for the construction and improvement of eight roads
Narnaul. Deputy Prime Minister Dushyant Chautala on Saturday laid the first stone for the construction and improvement of eight roads to be built at a cost of about 25 million 92 lakh 8,000 under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana of the small Narnaul secretariat .
He made the widening, improvement of the road from Sigdi to Khedi Via Jhuk Agiyar with Rs 413.74 lakh, widening and improvement of the Sundarah road to Manpura which will be built with Rs 336.30 lakh, widening and improving the road from Bewal to Khairana Kanina Ateli with Rs 179. lakh, 743.44 He laid the first stone for strengthening the national road 148B to the national road 148B through the town of Mahendragarh, Majra Khurd, Majra Kala, Malda, Bawana, Sehlang and Basai road at a cost of Rs. The road from Balana to Sohla widens around Rs 187.25 lakh, the road from Rampur Nangal Choudhary to Dhauleda Via Sareli Bigopur at a cost of 203.16 lakh rupees, the road from Nizampur Khetri to the road of Bamanwas at a cost of Rs 256.67 lakh, Satnali to Nawa at a cost of Rs. 272.27 lakh He laid the first stone for the construction of the road. On this occasion, the Deputy Commissioner, Dr. Jai Krishna Abhir, JJP State President Sardar Nishan Singh, National Vice President Kanwar Singh Kalwadi, Secretary General of State Manju Chaudhary, National Secretary General Anita Yadav and Rao Abhimanyu.

Narnaul. Construction work on the Koriyavas Medical College building will be completed in December. The OPD will start here from the next academic session. Initially, admission will be in 100 places in the medical school. In five years, after the approval of the MCI, there will be 500 places. Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said these things while interacting with reporters after inspecting the building of the medical school under construction in Koriyawas on Saturday.

He said the government would complete the goal of creating a medical college in each district within the stipulated time. The Haryana government is determined to provide better medical facilities to the citizens. The medical university being built in the village of Koriyawas in Mahendragarh district will also be a lifeline for many districts of Haryana and Rajasthan. In response to a question, it was said that the first phase will cost more than 500 million, while an allocation of 300 million has also been made for the second phase. The construction of the building of this medical school, which is being prepared on about 80 hectares, will be completed by the end of this year. The OPD and classes will begin here from the next academic session. Initially there will be 100 seats. After that, in 5 years after MCI approval, there will be 500 seats. He said the road leading from the Narnaul ring road to Koriyawas would be widened by 10 meters so that there is no problem in the movement of the medical school.

He said the medical school will have all the modern facilities. It will have a total of 880 beds. These will have 720 rooms and 100 ICU beds. It will have 14 operating rooms. There will also be 40 special beds and 20 beds in private rooms. On this occasion, the Deputy Commissioner, Dr. Jai Krishna Aabhir, the state president of the Jannayak Janata Party, Sardar Nishan Singh, and the national vice president Kanwar Singh Kalwadi, were present.

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Punjabi Dharamshala inaugurated

Narnaul. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala on Saturday inaugurated Arora Sabha Bhawan (Punjabi Dharamshala) built by Punjabi Sabha at Pul Bazar at a cost of Rs 70 lakh. He announced 11 lakh Rs for Punjabi Dharamshala. During this, the Deputy Chief Minister said that such Dharamshalas and institutions are useful to the people of all societies. When creating a digital library in Dharamsala, one should also link up with the education sector so that the next generation can prepare for different types of oppositions here. On this occasion the patron of the Punjabi Sabha Dharamchand Chhabra, President of the Punjabi Sabha Naresh Gogia, Secretary Ashwini Kataria, Treasurer Sunil Chugh, Baldev Chahal, Sonia Dhankar, Jagdish, Omprakash Arora, Parmanand Dewan, Shankarlal, Bharat Bhushan Gandhi, , Wadhwa be present.

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Laying of the first stone for the construction and improvement of eight roads

Narnaul. Deputy Prime Minister Dushyant Chautala on Saturday laid the first stone for the construction and improvement of eight roads to be built at a cost of about 25 million 92 lakh 8,000 under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana of the small Narnaul secretariat .

He made the widening, improvement of the road from Sigdi to Khedi Via Jhuk Agiyar with Rs 413.74 lakh, widening and improvement of the Sundarah road to Manpura which will be built with Rs 336.30 lakh, widening and improving the road from Bewal to Khairana Kanina Ateli with Rs 179. lakh, 743.44 He laid the first stone for strengthening the national road 148B to the national road 148B through the town of Mahendragarh, Majra Khurd, Majra Kala, Malda, Bawana, Sehlang and Basai road at a cost of Rs. The road from Balana to Sohla widens around Rs 187.25 lakh, the road from Rampur Nangal Choudhary to Dhauleda Via Sareli Bigopur at a cost of 203.16 lakh rupees, the road from Nizampur Khetri to the road of Bamanwas at a cost of Rs 256.67 lakh, Satnali to Nawa at a cost of Rs. 272.27 lakh He laid the first stone for the construction of the road. On this occasion, the Deputy Commissioner, Dr. Jai Krishna Abhir, JJP State President Sardar Nishan Singh, National Vice President Kanwar Singh Kalwadi, Secretary General of State Manju Chaudhary, National Secretary General Anita Yadav and Rao Abhimanyu.

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