Tejashwi Yadav's big announcement, 60 thousand youth will get Government Jobs in health department

Pankaj Prasad
Tejashwi Yadav
Tejashwi Yadav

Tejashwi Yadav has given great news to the youth preparing for Government Jobs in Bihar.

Tejashwi Yadav has given great news to the youth preparing for Government Jobs in Bihar. During the inauguration of Mental Hospital in Arrah, he said that the government would soon start the process of recruitment to 60 thousand posts in the health department. Significantly, the Deputy Chief Minister along with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar inaugurated Bihar's first Institute of Mental Health and Allied Sciences in Arrah on Friday. During this, both the leaders together inaugurated the hospital. This hospital was started in the year 2006. Now the construction of the building of that hospital has been completed. Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav was also present on this occasion.

District hospitals will increase facilities

With the opening of Bihar State Institute of Mental Health and Allied Sciences (BIMAHAS) in Ara, mental patients will get great convenience. Patients will no longer need to go to another state for treatment. Tejashwi Yadav said that now the facilities of district hospitals will also be increased in Bihar. For this, work has been started by the government at every level. He told that all the hospitals have been given a list of their work and improvement. The doctors will be in the hospital and will treat the patients.

Health system in the state will be better

Addressing the program, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that continuous work is being done on health services in the state. Health services will be excellent in the state. For this the shortage of man power will be removed. He announced on this occasion that the way engineering colleges are being opened in every district of the state. Similarly, a medical college will be opened in every district of Bihar. He said that this medical college will be opened by the state government. Attacking the central government, the chief minister said that the central government had to open eight medical colleges in the state. But till now no money has been received for it.