To begin with, the institute, which is under process of affiliation with Rajiv Gandhi University, would impart MBBS courses to 50 students per intake, to be enhanced as and when feasible. Also provisions have been kept to offer PG and higher courses in the near future.
TRIHMS Director Dr Moji Jini informed that the groundwork is almost complete with allocation of additional land of 9038.5 sq mtrs and handing over of the old Assembly building to the institute.
Other aspects for functioning of the institute like budgetary allocation, creation of ancillary posts, outsourcing of services like security, sanitation, laundry, gardening and catering were also discussed and approved by the council.
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