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Medical College Recruitment 2024: Vacant posts of teachers will be filled in the state soon, Deputy CM gave instructions

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Medical College Recruitment 2024: Vacant posts of teachers will be filled in the state soon, Deputy CM gave instructions

Shabbir Ahmed, Bhopal. Vacant posts of teachers in medical colleges of Madhya Pradesh will be filled soon. The Deputy Chief Minister has given instructions for this in the review meeting of the Medical Education Department. He said that the posts in all the 14 government medical colleges of the state should be filled soon. Along with this, the Deputy CM has also given instructions to expedite the construction of 12 proposed medical colleges along with the Center and the State.

On Tuesday, Deputy Chief Minister Rajendra Shukla held a meeting with officials of the Medical Education Department at the Ministry. During this, he has given instructions to quickly fill the vacant posts of teachers in all the 14 government medical colleges running in the state. He has asked to speed up the construction and recruitment of 6 centrally funded, 4 being built by the state government and 12 proposed medical colleges.

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The Deputy CM reviewed the infrastructure development work college-wise for increasing seats in Undergraduate (UG) and Postgraduate (PG) courses in the running colleges. He has asked for immediate replenishment of resources, so that seats can be increased quickly. Rajendra Shukla has directed to quickly fill the vacant posts in Super Specialty Hospitals Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior and Rewa, School of Excellence for Eye Indore and School of Excellence in Pulmonary Diseases Jabalpur.

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