Plans for nursing schools in every district are complete.

Deputy chief minister Brajesh Pathak said every district will have a nursing college . He said the state hopes to have a ratio of two nurses to one doctor in every district in the next five years .

LUCKNOW: As the state hopes to have a ratio of two nurses to one doctor in every district in the next five years, deputy chief minister Brajesh Pathak said on Friday that every district will have a nursing college, and that senior officials are considering a ratio of two nurses to one doctor in order to improve patient care throughout the state.He was addressing the foundation day ceremony of Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences.We have developed blueprints for a nursing college in every area.Nursing will be taught in all medical colleges, government and private, while it will be mandatory to establish a nursing institute for starting a medical college, according to Pathak, who also has the health portfolio.

He said there were 17 government and 25 private medical colleges with 1,840 and 3,550 seats in 2017 as a result of the BJP government's achievements in the state.He said that now we have 35 government and 30 private medical colleges with 3,828 and 4,600 MBBS seats.Governor Anandiben Patel expressed happiness during a special womens session held in the state assembly, which was a highlight of the day.She suggested that an exploration be held on women's health by women MLAs, MPs, NGO workers, and panchayat members be held to explore ways to raise awareness of haemoglobin, cervical cancer, TB, and other diseases.

According to Patel, we must make girls aware of these happenings.Prof. Soniya Nityanand, the director of the institute, presented the institute's annual report to the governor.On the occasion, cardiac surgeon Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty and principal secretary of medical care, Alok Kumar, were also present.