By TC News Desk
Agartala: October 14. Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha today announced that his government has taken initiative to set up a medical college in Ambassa.“The state government is committed to improving the infrastructure of every university in the state. Out of the 22 colleges in the state, 21 colleges have already received NEC recognition. Colleges have made arrangements for online admission to bring transparency in the admission process of students”, said Chief Minister Professor (Dr.) Manik Saha said while inaugurating the newly constructed science building of Ramakrishna Mahavidyalaya in Kailasahar today.
Around Rs 9.17 crore has been spent on the construction of the two-storied science building with 25 rooms.Inaugurating the science building, the Chief Minister said that this college started its journey in 1950. “In 1982, the state government acquired this college. Currently 2,882 students are studying in the college. Presently 19 subjects are taught in this college. Students are getting an opportunity to study with honors in 16 subjects”, said CM.
The Chief Minister said that integrated courses of chemistry and commerce have been started in the state now. “Loans are being provided to students under the Chief Minister’s BEd Anuprerna Yojana. Loans have already been given to 111 students for higher education. The state government is working towards that goal so that the students of the state do not have to go abroad for higher education. An initiative has been taken to build a medical college in Ambassa”, said CM.