Jammu, June 30 (ANI): The Jammu and Kashmir Government will create new posts to ensure jobs for trained unemployed doctors in the State.
Speaking after inaugurating two hostel buildings at a cost of Rs 5.80 crores in Indira Gandhi Dental college in Jammu on Monday, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said that more posts of dental surgeons, medical officers in Indian System of Medicines (ISM) and Allopathy would be created to absorb the unemployed trained doctors in the State
Omar said that the State Government was also contemplating to enhance the honorarium of those doctors who would serve in far-flung areas.
He said that the State Government has urged the Union Health Minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad, to take up the matter of according early recognition to the Indira Gandhi Dental College here with Dental Council of India.
Omar Abdullah said that the government was committed to speeding up the pace of development in all the three regions of the state. (ANI)