The public authority’s goal is that the young men and young ladies of Bihar don’t have to go outside to learn engineering and medication.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ government is attempting to set up minimum one medical college and hospital in each zone and “working endlessly” to expand health infrastructure so that individuals don’t need to go outside the state for better treatment. Attempts are also in progress to make sure that each region gets somewhere around one engineering college, he said.
While connecting with media people during his ‘Samadhan Yatra’ in Saran region on Monday, he said, “To make sure that individuals get the best medication facilities, the government is working endlessly to expand health infrastructure in the state.”
“Attempts are being made to improve the sector so that individuals dont have to go outside the state for treatment. We are planning to have minimum one medical college and medical clinic in each zone to ensure that medical education and facilities stay inside the reach of everybody,” he said.
The government goal is that the young men and young ladies of Bihar don’t have to go outside to learn engineering and medicine, the JD(U) leader said. “Particularly for young ladies, we have made arrangement for reservation of seats in engineering and medical colleges in the state,” the Chief Minister said.
The essential target of the state government is to inspire young ladies for chasing higher and technical studies, he said, adding that directions have proactively been given to authorities to finish the development work of medical and engineering colleges on time. Kumar, accompanied by Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav and his other bureau partners, additionally connected with ‘Jeevika Didis’ — ladies linked with self-help groups under the Bihar Rural Livelihoods Project.