Yogi Govt will grade nursing and paramedical facilities to raise standards

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inaugurated Mission Niramaya to further enhance the medical profession . The State Medical Faculty has now decided to conduct an annual review of nursing and paramedical institutes in Uttar Pradesh, India .

As part of Mission Niramayah, the State Medical Faculty has now decided to conduct an annual review of nursing and paramedical institutes in Uttar Pradesh, India.The purpose of this process is to improve the state's health infrastructure and prepare more workers for the future.The selected institutes will be analyzed for teaching, pedagogy, infrastructure availability, and behavior skills of the students.The assessment will be carried out by an independent body, and the Quality Council of India (QCI) will be the body responsible for this task.

On October 22, CM Yogi inaugurated Mission Niramaya to further enhance the medical profession and broaden the support of health professionals.In the first quarter of 2023, a comprehensive online self-assessment tool has been developed in collaboration with nursing and paramedical organizations.All the colleges will complete and submit the form online, and after that, the QCI team will physically examine all the institutions around the state, and on the basis of this, the final ranking will be issued by the end of the first quarter of 2023.On the other hand, prospective nursing and paramedical students will be able to select a good institute by relying on the institution's ratings.

In order to improve the quality of institutions in the state, the institutes that are performing below average would be mentored by the ones that are doing better, he said.Any organization that wishes to reevaluate itself after rectification is made may do so at its own expense for a maximum of three years.Such as to create an institutional framework for continual improvement of healthcare and paramedical institutions, Special Secretary, Medical Education Department Durga Shakti Nagpal said that this step would go a long way toward creating such an environment and framework in which these institutions will be able to enhance as well as raise their standards.She observed that the complete procedure for assessing is documented in the form of assessment guidelines, which can be downloaded from the State Medical Faculty's official website.

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