By TC News Desk
Agartala: November 22. Chief Minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha today directed all the health officials to complete all the procedural aspects as soon as possible to set up a dental college in the G+7 building of IGM Hospital.
This is for the first time the state government is going to set up a dental college in the state very soon. The dental college will be opened in G+7 building of IGM Hospital, Agartala. The college will be launched on the ground floor, fifth, sixth and seventh floors of the G+7 building of IGM Hospital.
During the visit, the Chief Minister reviewed all the infrastructural development of the dental college and gave necessary advice to the concerned.
After the visit, IGM Hospital’s Medical Superintendent’s office, a high-level meeting was held in the presence of Chief Secretary JK Sinha, Secretary of Health and Family Welfare Department Dr. Debashis Bose, Director of Health Dr. Subhashis Debbarma.
In the meeting, the Chief Minister said that the initiative taken to establish a dental college in the state should be successful with the joint efforts of all. In this regard, the Chief Minister emphasized on speedy completion of all procedural aspects.He directed the concerned to take all steps according to the guidelines of the Dental Council of India.
The issue of infrastructural development along with the installation of medical equipment also dominated the discussion of the meeting.IGM Hospital Medical Superintendent at the meeting. Dr. Sharmila Sarkar, Deputy Director of Tripura Medical Service Dr Rajesh Acharya, Executive Engineer Dilip Kumar Roy and others were present.