The new AIIMS has 100 seats for undergraduate (MBBS) and 60 seats for BSc (nursing), and DM or MCh super-specialty courses will also be started properly.
The central government has approved the setting up of a new All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Darbhanga in Bihar, and it is expected that the project will be completed within four years from the date of approval. The new AIIMS Darbhanga will be established under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY).
The total cost to complete this project will be Rs. 1264 crore. The Union Cabinet also approved an additional Rs. 2,25,000 + NPA for the post of Director for the new AIIMS Darbhanga.
The new AIIMS has 100 seats for undergraduate (MBBS) and 60 seats for BSc (nursing) and postgraduate, and it is reported that DM or MCh super specialty courses will also be started. There are also 15-20 super-specialty departments and hospital facilities. According to reports, the new AIIMS is expected to accommodate around 2,000 OPD patients per day and 1000 IPD patients per month.
“Setting up new AIIMS in the state will lead to employment generation for nearly 3000 persons in various faculty & non-faculty posts. Further, indirect employment generation will take place due to facilities and services like shopping centre, canteens, etc. coming in the vicinity of the new AIIMS,” read the statement.
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