Meghalaya government and Kolkata-based firm to jointly work on project
The project site for the development of Shillong Medical College has been shifted to New Shillong Township from the existing campus at Reid Provincial Chest Hospital (RPCH) in Mawbah.
The development of the medical college is a joint project under a private-public partnership between the state government and Kali Pradip Chaudhuri (KPC), a Kolkata-based firm.
The state government had signed the agreement with the firm in 2012. A total of Rs 248 crore will be spent to develop the medical college.
The state holds 17 acres at Umsawli in New Shillong Township, which is 3 acres less than the criteria set by the Medical Council of India (MCI). An allocation of another 5 acres of land is in the works.
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