JNU proposes to set up medical college, super-speciality hospital

An official document to be submitted to the University’s Higher Academic Committee (AC) on Tuesday proposes the establishment of a medical school and a 500-bed hospital to provide superspecialty treatments, including cardiology, organ transplantation, neurology, and lung disease learn. Service and Department”, 50% of teaching positions are reserved for scientists. The cost of the project is estimated to be 900 crores.

India’s leading Nehru University (JNU), offering humanities courses, is considering becoming a medical university. The campus covers an area of 25 acres of land to build schools and hospitals, and will provide undergraduate and postgraduate courses in all disciplines. The proposal stipulates that the admission of MBBS and MD courses will pass the National Income and Qualification Examination (NEET) by the national testing agency. However, it did not specify the number of seats that will be provided.