In order to solve the shortage of skilled nursing experts, the Haryana Chief Minister has approved the construction of 6 nursing colleges. Manohar Lal Khattar, CM of Haryana has approved the construction of six nursing colleges,
The nursing colleges in the state will be built within the 15 months time period. For the constructions of the nursing colleges, a total of Rs 194.30 crores is been approved by the Haryana state government.
The Department of Medical Education and Research has already leased the property for the construction of the nursing colleges. According to the reports, two colleges will be constructed in the Faridabad district. While the other four will be constructed in the Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Rewari and Panchkula districts of Haryana.
The nursing college will be built in the district of Faridabad in the village of Dayalpur and Aura, In Rewari, the college will be built in the village of Sadat Nagar. In Kaithal, it will be built in Dherdu village. In Kurukshetra, the nursing college will be constructed in the town of Kheri Ram Nagar & in the Panchkula district, the college will be built in the village of Kherawali.
A career as a Nurse/Nursing has become a popular profession since the past few years. It is regarded as one of the noblest professions in the world. The demand for nurses has gone up with the growth in the healthcare and medical sector.
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