The Union of Health Ministry has given approval to the Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital to start MBBS course with 100 seats for the academic session 2019-20. As per the senior officials, the course will initially have 100 seats, but in the future, there will be 50 seats more added to the course. To start the course the hospital has all the necessary infrastructure and faculty to start the course.
A letter addressed to the RML Medical Superintendent, Dr. V K Tiwari conveys the approval from Competent Authority to begin the MBBS course with 100 seats at the PGIMER and Dr. RML hospital for the Academic Session 2019-20.
RML Hospital was established in the year 1954 and is managed by Central Government. The hospital is fully funded by the Government of India (Ministry of Health Family Welfare). It was earlier known as Willingdon Hospital. The vision of the institute is leadership in healthcare in India and to improve the quality of health care. The institute is affiliated to GGSPU- Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prastha University. The institute is building a work environment where each person valued and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth.
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