CM calls for formulation of policies to retain MBBS pass outs in the state

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The Sarbananda Sonowal led Assam government on Monday said that it has vacancies of more than 3,000 doctors’ posts in public health institutions of the state and there was no need for the fresh MBBS pass outs to leave the state seeking better jobs.

As scribed in an official release, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has called for formulation of policies to retain the MBBS pass outs in the state.

“On being informed by the Health Department that around 3,000 vacancies of doctors are there in the public health institutions of the state, Sonowal said that policy must be formulated to retain majority of 726 MBBS doctors who pass out annually from the medical colleges for serving the government hospitals,” the release added.

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