Governor reviews progress of Super Speciality Hospital

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March 1: Governor N N Vohra, who is Chairman of the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, visited the 230 bedded Super Speciality Hospital, costing about Rs. 300 crore, which is being established by the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board at Kakryal.
Accompanied by A.K. Sahu, Chief Executive Officer of the Shrine Board and Brig M.M. Harjai, Chief Administrative Officer of the hospital, the Governor reviewed the to-date progress of the hospital and, thereafter, assessed the preparedness for the Nursing Council of India’s inspection of the Nursing College being set up by the Shrine Board adjacent to the Super Speciality Hospital.
The admission of the first batch of students to the Nursing College is schedule to take place in July this year.
The Spokesman of the Shrine Board stated that the Governor has requested the Prime Minister to inaugurate the Super Speciality Hospital in April this year and for, this reason, he has been undertaking weekly visits to Kakryal to ensure the timely completion of this important institution.

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