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  • Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose AIIMS in Bhubaneswar
    • (foundation stone laid on July 15, 2003) ; parliament Q & A on it on Dec 15, 2004 and Dec 21,2004
    • In the 2005 budget: ``... I am also happy to announce that work on the six AIIMS-like institutions will start next year ...''.
    • In the 2004-2005 interim budget: `` ... The Prime Minister had, therefore, last Independence Day, announced the establishing of six hospitals, in the Government sector, on the pattern of All India Institute of Medical Sciences(AIIMS). This ‘Pradhanmantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana’ envisages six new AIIMS like hospitals, one each in the States of Bihar, Chhatisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, and Uttaranchal. ...''
    • Recent news on this. [1:Hindu]
    • Cabinet approves on March 15 2006: [ PIB, ZeeTV, Rediff, Hindu, TOI]
    • Outlook, March 16 2006: Government tonight decided to set up six AIIMS-like institutions in "under-served" states of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan and Uttaranchal (Patna, Bhubaneswar, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Raipur) at a total capital cost of Rs 1,992 crore. An approval to this effect was given at a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, here. Each of these institutions would consist of 850-bedded hospitals providing medical treatment in 39 speciality and super-speciality disciplines, Finance Minister P Chidambaram told reporters. A Group of Ministers would be set up to look into "how best to fund and manage these institutions to make them truly equivalent to AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences)," he said, adding that here should not be any further delay in establishing these institutes. "Construction will start in 2006-07 itself", he said, adding the scheme was likely to be implemented in three years time. The state governments concerned would provide 100 acres of developed land free of cost and other infrastructural facilities like water, power, road connectivity for setting up and running these institutions, Chidambaram said. The institutes would also provide undergraduate medical education with 100 intake capacity per year and PG/doctoral courses as per the norms of the Medical Council of India.

  • Eleven private medical colleges (6 in BBSR, and one each in Puri, Berhampur, Rayagada, Cuttack and Balangir districts) are in the process of being formed. This was announced during the August 05 Orissa assembly session. There is a demand from JMM (The Samaja, August 16th 2005, Samaja, Aug 23rd 2005 ) for a medical school in the border of Baripada and Balasore districts.
    • MOU signed for 2-3 private medical colleges in Balangir, Rourkela, and Kalahandi district: (The Statesman, Aug 17 2005; Daily Pioneer, Aug 17 2005)
    • Foundation's visit to Rourkela
    • No objection certificate by the state government has been issued to the following for medical and dental colleges: [Nov25-05]
      • Vinayak Mission, Bhubaneswar
      • Lord Jagannath Institute of Medical and Dental Sciences and Research, Bhubaneswar
      • MEDWIN Educational Society, Bhubaneswar
      • Blue Wheel National Health Care and Educational Trust, Bhubaneswar
      • Siksha O’ Anusandhan, Bhubaneswar
      • Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar
      • Vigyan Bharati Charitable Trust, Bhubaneswar
      • Vidya Bharati Educational Trust, Bhubaneswar
      • PVN Rao Trust, Ganjam
      • Sri Venkateswar Education and Health Trust, Ganjam
      • National Health Organisation, Puri
      • Sri Jagannath Medical Education and Charitable Trust, Puri
      • Society for Proliferation of Knowledge in Health and Education, Rayagada
      • SP Charitable Trust, dental college at Balasore
      • Vidya Jyoti Trust, medical college at Phulnakhara, Cuttack
    • Sanjay Memorial Institute Of Technology Brundaban Vihar, Ankuspur-761100 Ganjam, plans to have a Medical and Dental college: [1]

  • Orissa University of Health Sciences. [1], [2], [3:Pioneer], [4:NewIndPress]

  • National Law School in Orissa: [NewIndPress:Aug7,05]; [Panel formed-Pragativadi:Aug19' 05:4th article]; [Sambada:Sept21'05]