Thu. Jun 1st, 2023

Lucknow: UP Governor Anandiben Patel on Tuesday expressed gratitude to the nursing staff for setting a global example through their services during Covid-19 pandemic at the inaugural ceremony of newly constructed transit nurses hostel at King George Medical University(KGMU).
“Nurses completed the task of Covid-19 vaccination within a time frame, which is a benchmark for the entire world,” she stated in her address to the gathering after inaugurating the hostel with 256 rooms that cost Rs 61.7 crores to construct.Patel emphasised the significance of the hostel, stating that it will promote efficient operation of nursing services.
The governor further stressed the importance of prompt work completion and productive official cooperation.She underlined the value of timely project completion by ensuring good communication between ministers and representatives from several ministries.
Governor said, “Ministers and officials should ensure timely inspection of ongoing projects, verification of schemes operated by the central and state governments.”
Earlier, Lt Gen (retd) Prof Bipin Puri, vice-chancellor of KGMU, thanked the governor for her attempts to complete hostel construction, which was hampered for four years between 2017- 2022 since Rajkiya Nirman Nigam didn’t obtain the NOC from ASI. It was necessary as the construction had to take place within 300mt of Imambara — a protected monument. Prof Puri said, “Without the efforts of the governor and chief secretary, it could never have been finished.”
Speaking at the ceremony, deputy chief minister Brijesh Pathak, who also holds the health and medical portfolio, stated that nursing services play a crucial role in healthcare.
Pathak said that KGMU is setting new records in many months, recently it has also achieved A grade in NAAC last evening, this is a big thing, it is showing the better quality of our education.

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