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Madhya Pradesh CM Increases Medical Colleges from 5 to 25 for Aspiring Doctors.

Madhya Pradesh, under the leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, has witnessed significant growth in its healthcare infrastructure. One of the notable achievements of his tenure has been the remarkable expansion of medical colleges in the state. When he assumed office as Chief Minister, the state had only five medical colleges. However, with a clear vision and determination to transform healthcare, this number has now reached an impressive 25.

The augmentation of medical colleges reflects CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s commitment to providing accessible and quality healthcare services to the people of Madhya Pradesh. By increasing the number of medical colleges, the Chief Minister aims to create more opportunities for the youth, enabling them to pursue medical education and fulfill their aspirations of becoming doctors.

This significant step forward in medical education is expected to have far-reaching benefits for the state. With more medical colleges, aspiring students from various backgrounds and regions of Madhya Pradesh will find increased opportunities to study medicine and contribute to the healthcare sector.

The presence of 25 medical colleges will not only enhance the availability of doctors but also address the issue of the doctor-patient ratio in the state. As more doctors graduate from these institutions, there is a greater chance of providing better medical care to the people, especially those residing in remote and underserved areas.

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