Karnataka needs more medical colleges to meet the demand for doctors and the government is willing to establish more in Public-Private Partnership (PPP), State Health and Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar said on Tuesday.
‘This model is being adopted in Gujarat and the same will be implemented here as well,” the Minister was quoted as saying.
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, said establishing a medical college requires Rs 600-700 crore.
“We are committed to bring one AIIMS in our state too.The process of obtaining permission is already in progress and soon there will be an AIIMS functional in the state,” said Sudhakar.
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