Revolutionizing Medical Education in India

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To improve the quality of life of citizens, access to affordable and quality healthcare services is extremely crucial. Recognizing this, over the last 9 years, the Indian government has taken several initiatives to address this pressing need, such as encouraging the establishment of new medical colleges and AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences). In just nine years, the number of medical colleges has risen by a staggering 70%, from a mere 387 in 2014 to 660 in 2023, along with an increase in the number of AIIMS from 7 to 22.

It is a matter of pride and satisfaction that India has witnessed a significant increase not only in medical colleges and AIIMS but also in the number of students being enrolled in medication education. Since 2014, there has been a 97% increase in the number of MBBS seats and 110% increase in the number of PG seats. This remarkable growth reflects the government's commitment to provide accessible and quality healthcare services to every citizen and the country's unwavering resolve to build a healthier nation.


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