Chittoor: The State will soon get as many as 38,000 doctors and other medical staff according to Minister for Energy, Forest, Mines and Environment, P Ramachandra Reddy.
Minister P Ramachandra Reddy has launched a Bandakindaplli sachivalayam building at Rompicherla Mandal in the Punganur Assembly constituency on Sunday.
The building has been established at a cost of Rs 40 lakh. While inaugurating the building, he said that as many as 38,000 doctors and other medical staff will be recruited for the state and the government will release the recruitment notice soon.
As per the rules, each district village must have a Sachivalayam, Rythu Bharosa Kendram, YSR Health Clinic, Anganwadi centre and Bulk Milk Cooling Centre for the public to benefit from the better version of medical healthcare in the state.
The minister also told Hans India that the state has currently 31 medical colleges and in the coming days, all the districts will get at least one medical college each. He also said that the government hospital will be transformed with modern equipment’s and the transformation will fall under the Mana Badi Nadu Nedu scheme.
Along with the Minister, District Collector M Hari Narayanan and TTD Trust Board member P Ashok Kumar were also present.
The development of the education sector is among the top priorities of the central and state governments. The new Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh has promised that if he came to power, then he will take the necessary steps to revamp the condition of the government schools. In this line, the state authority has announced a new scheme that has been aptly named Mana Badi Nadu Nedu Scheme. Government schools were highly regarded in the early days. With time, the schools have lost their grandeur. The scheme will help the state government to restore the lost glory and honour of the state-run education institutes.