The Telangana government recently decided to rename the Ramagundam Medical College to Singareni Institute of Medical Sciences. On July 6th, SAM Rizvi, secretary of the Health, Medical, and Family Welfare Department, issued a Government Order (GO) informing the public of this decision.
The Procedure for Proposals and Approvals For Medical College
The Director of Medical Education was the one who first proposed changing the name of the medical college. After giving the proposal due consideration, the administration granted it. According to the Government Order (GO), “Government, after careful examination of the matter, hereby approves the change of nomenclature of the new Government Medical College, Ramagundam, Peddapalli district to Singareni Institute of Medical Sciences (SIMS), Ramagundam, Peddapalli district.”
Reservations for the children of Singareni employees of Medical College
The administration has also agreed to provide children of Singareni employees reservations in MBBS seats in addition to the renaming. With this development, the government and Singareni workers’ relationship is strengthened and also provides the families of the employees with better educational prospects.
CM KCR decided to rename Ramagundam Government Medical College to Singareni Institute of Medical Sciences (SIMS) after taking into account the pleas received from Singareni personnel, according to health minister T Harish Rao, who posted the news on Twitter. To that end, the administration has issued orders. “In addition to these, 50 beds in this medical college hospital have been assigned to Singareni employees,” Minister Rao continued. Employers at Singareni should encourage their children to take advantage of this chance.
Information About Reservations and Admissions
Seven of the 150 MBBS seats at Ramagundam Government Medical College will be set aside for Singareni employee employees’ children. After subtracting 23 seats from the AIQ, this reservation makes up 5% of the 127 seats allocated to states under the state quota. The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) score is be used to determine eligibility for the restricted seats. Additionally, throughout the admissions process for these seats, the preexisting quota categories for SC, ST, and BC can be taken into account.
By renaming RMC to SIMS demonstrates its dedication to offering top-notch educational and medical facilities to the people of the state. The government fosters inclusion and supports the workforce that is essential to the development of the state by giving reservations to the offspring of Singareni employees. The identityof medical facility’s strengthened by this makeover, which will also strengthen its ties to the Singareni community.