The medical college at Bara Hindu Rao Hospital finally has received the approval from the health ministry to admit students for its second batch for the new academic session.
The admission for its second batch was put on hold when Medical Council of India found some deficiencies during the inspection of the college. The deficiencies included lack of faculty members, hostel facilities and also labs at the institute, North Delhi Municipal Corporation commissioner Praveen Gupta told the media.
But now the college has taken in a new initiative and has hired some of the faculty members and all the vacant position that was remaining, will be soon filled up. The college also has been recognized under Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. The authorities of the college has also planned a new building for the college along with other facilities including Wi-Fi, a library, a new hostel block, cafeteria and facilities for recreation.
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