Satish Saini/Narnaul. Now there are only a few months left until the dream comes true. Yes, the work on the medical college under construction in Korea is 92 percent complete. The fund is also complete. Only approval for the expansion work is still pending. After receiving the approval, Aluwalia Contract India Limited will hand over the medical college to the administration in four to five months. If the process of installing medical equipment begins in this four to five month period, it is expected that classes at the medical school can begin in the next session. The government has earmarked 100 places for medical studies here. This means that students are given the opportunity to study medicine in their home district. At the same time, if people in the district get better medical care, they will not have to travel to big cities like Jaipur, Gurugram, Delhi or Rohtak.
It is approximately September 2022. When the construction payments were not made for six to seven months. The company that made it worked at a speed of 30 percent compared to 100 percent previously and used the remaining material. The company often requested this from the responsible ministry and the government. The construction of the Company Medical College Building was actually scheduled to be completed in August 2022. The pace of construction slowed when the company failed to get money. According to the company’s project manager, the work would have been completed by now if payment was received on time. The issue of non-payment was prominently publicized by News2News.in. As a result, payment was made after just a few days and construction work resumed.
This facility will be available after the construction of the medical college
The foundation stone of the medical college in Koriyawas village was laid by Chief Minister Manohar Lal at the Jan Vikas rally on December 23, 2018. In August 2019, the tender for the construction of the medical college on 80.53 acres in Koriyawas village was floated online at a cost of Rs 598 crore. The construction time was set at 24 months. There will be a 710-bed hospital at the medical faculty. There will be 650 beds for PG. The Medical College and Administrative Building has an examination hall with a capacity of 600 students, a girls’ hostel with 314 rooms, a boys’ hostel with 320 rooms, a senior doctors’ hostel with 54 rooms, a young doctors’ hostel with 75 rooms, a hostel with 75 rooms . Facilities like nurses’ hostel, principal’s hostel, 72 staff quarters, 16-room guest house, autopsy room, mortuary, electric incinerator, police station, power substation, canteen, night shelter, accessible toilets etc. will be available. It will have an additional central workshop, five lecture halls and a laboratory equipped with all instruments. Keeping in view the future requirements, the Haryana PWD department has also been asked to widen the road from Narnaul Bypass to Medical College. A four-way road is also expected to be constructed. This building was built based on environmentally friendly building parameters. In addition, a museum, an e-museum, a seminar room and an e-classroom will be built. A medical college will be equipped with all sorts of modern facilities including solar power system, fire fighting equipment, medical gas pipeline and shopping complex which will be fully air-conditioned as per international standards. Dental and nursing training is also offered at this medical college. The medical college hostel will have a 90-bed intensive care unit and will also have MRI and CT scanning facilities. In this building, a 10-story building will be constructed next to the basement. Its total area will be 28,673 square meters.
What does the manager say?
News2News.in spoke to RK Rana, Project Manager, Aluwalia Contract India Limited. The head of the projector said that 92 percent of the work at the medical college has been completed. Only eight percent of work remains. The conclusion is still pending. Negotiations are underway on this. After receiving approval, our work will be completed in four to five months. There is no shortage of funds. We’re just waiting for approval.
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