from daijiworld's special correspondent0
Panaji, Jul 26: Following Goa government's liberal policy towards medical institutions starting private medical colleges in the state, six reputable medical institutions from across the country have applied with the state government.
The state government through a cabinet decision had recently allowed two private medical colleges – each in both districts – in the state.
Replying to a question on the floor of the house, the health minister informed that three Goa based, two Maharashtra based and a Karnataka based medical institutins have applied to set up the project in Goa.
Karad-based Krishna institute of medical sciences, Belgaum-based KLE Academy of Higher Education and Research, Panaji-based Manipal Academy of Health and Education, Nasik-registered Motiwala Education and Welfare trust for human resources development, Vasco (Goa)-based Salgaoncar Medical Research center and Porvorim (Goa)-based Chodankar medical foundation and research institute have applied with the government, the minister stated.
Narvekar said that government is yet to scrutinize the applications and decisions are y et to be taken.