Rajanna Sircilla District Gets First Medical College

In a momentous development, Rajanna Sircilla district of Telangana State celebrated the grand inauguration of its very first medical college. The auspicious occasion was graced by Telangana's Minister of Municipal Administration and Urban Development (MAUD), K.T. Rama Rao (KTR). The event was not only a significant milestone for the region but also held personal sentiments for Minister KTR, who shared a heartwarming story of his own journey in the world of medical education.

The inauguration ceremony, held at the newly established medical college, was attended by a diverse audience, including students, aspirants, faculty members, and government officials.

Minister KTR, who has been at the forefront of numerous progressive initiatives in the state, reminisced about his own pursuit of a medical education. He candidly revealed, "I couldn't secure a medical seat back in 1993, despite attaining a respectable rank of 1600 in the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET)."

However, Minister KTR expressed his happiness at the current state of affairs, emphasizing the abundant opportunities available to aspiring doctors in the region. He went on to say, "But now you are lucky as 10,000 doctors will be coming out of private and government colleges in Telangana." His words resonated with the aspiring medical students in attendance, offering them a message of hope and encouragement.

The establishment of this medical college in Rajanna Sircilla district marks a significant step forward in expanding healthcare access and improving the availability of skilled medical professionals in the state.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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