Awsar Badhe, Aage Padhein

Awsar Badhe, Aage Padhein

The Government has launched the Nishchay “Awsar Badhe Aage Padhein” with the motive of facilitating the contribution of youth towards economic and social betterment, through development of higher education and strengthening the supply side of skilled workers in the state. The State Government aims to provide better opportunities of technical and professional skill based education in the State. In order to achieve the ives of this Nishchay integrated institutions of Management and technical education will be established at the District and Sub-Division level.  Under this Nishchay the following institutions are sought to be established:-

  • One GNM School in every district.
  • One Para Medical institute in every district.
  • One Polytechnic institute in every district.
  • One Women industrial training institute in every district.
  • One Engineering College in every district.
  • One Nursing college in all medical college in every district.
  • One ANM school in every sub-division.
  • One Government Industrial training institute in every sub-division.
  • Five more new Medical Colleges in the state.

Establishment of Five More New Medical Colleges in The State

  • At present, 10 governmental and 4 private medical colleges are operational in the State. Construction work of building of Medical College in Madhepura is underway and action is being taken for the acquisition of “Employees State Insurance Corporation Medical College, Bihta.
  • Five more new medical colleges are to be constructed in districts-  Begusarai, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, Bhojpur (Aara) and Vaishali. Hostels will also be constructed along with the Medical Colleges.
  • Land has been identified for the construction of medical colleges in ed districts of the state and the process of transferring the land is going on.
  •  The cost of construction of each Medical College will be Rs. 400 crores. Thus, the total expenditure of Rs. 2000 crores for the construction of 5 new medical colleges have been approved by the State Government.
  • The target is to complete 25% of construction work every year so that 100% construction work is completed in the next four years.
  • After establishment of new colleges the State will have 24 Medical Colleges that fulfill the criteria of the state. This will give the students a fair opportunity for medical education in the state.