Assam Received Approval For Its Eighth Medical College

State Health Minister Keshab Mahanta stated in a statement that the state's medical education directorate received the letter of clearance from the NMC during the day.

The number of medical colleges in Assam has gone up to eight with a new one in Lakhimpur town in the northern part of the state getting approval from the National Medical Commission to start classes for the ongoing session.

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma took to Twitter and said, with the new medical college in Lakhimpur, the number of MBBS seats in the state has risen to 1,100.

"In a major milestone for Assam, I'm glad to share that @NMC_IND has approved a new Medical College for Lakhimpur with 100 seats for MBBS. A matter of great personal pride as I see this 8th College, I dreamt of, taking shape," Mr Sarma tweeted.

State Health Minister Keshab Mahanta, in a statement, said the letter of approval was received from the NMC by the state's medical education directorate during the day.


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