Health Minister Laid Foundation Stone for The Construction of First Homeopathy Medical College Of The state

Imphal, 30th December 2017(DIPR): Health and Family Welfare Minister Shri L. Jayantakumar Singh has laid the Foundation Stone for the construction of Homeopathy Medical College at Lamphelpat today. This will be the first Homeopathy Medical College of the state.

Attending the Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony as Chief Guest, Minster Jayantakumar said that the Government is always ready to take up necessary actions to provide required infrastructures and manpower to improve the health sector of the state on priority basis. Mentioning about the shortage of fund minister said that the Health Department Officials are trying their best by submitting DPRs to the concerned Ministry of the Government of India for incurring adequate funds.

The Homeopathy Medical College will serve its purpose only when the fraternities of the Department tie up together and work with sincerity and dedication, minister added. Highlighting the increasing importance of AYUSH system of treatment and medication he asserted that AYUSH has become common to both the rich and the poor.

Minister also stressed on the importance of giving awareness to the public regarding the vital scope to the use of AYUSH method of treatment.

Attending the function as President Director AYUSH Dr. A. Guneshwor Sharma said that AYUSH is not only a simple science but also a way of living. It plays a big role in the present way of treatment, he added.

Former minister Dr. Moirangthem Nara, Vice Chancellor, Central Agricultural University CAU,Iroisemba, Proff. M. Premjit Singh, Additional Director, State AYUSH Society Manipur Dr. Y . Lukhoi Singh attended the function as Guests of Honours. Officials and staff from AYUSH Department, Health Department staff and others also attended the function.






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