Step taken to provide modern health care to J
Jammu, Aug 9 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today said the creation of modern and sophisticated health care facilities for the people, both in urban and rural areas is one of the priorities of the government and measures have already been taken in this direction.
While laying foundation stone of Indira Gandhi Government Dental College here, Mr Azad directed the authorities to execute the work on the college complex in triple shifts to complete it within one year instead of the previously fixed three years time frame.
He added the college complex to be constructed over an area of 23 kanals at a cost of Rs 14.67 crore will come up as a multi-storeyed complex housing an academic block, boys and girls hostels and residential quarters for the staff, which needs to be built as an engineering marvel and another landmark in the winter capital of the state, especially in terms of infrastructure, implants and dental care.
The Chief Minister also made it clear the institute would recieve grant of recognition from the Dental Council of India.
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