Govt constitutes high level committee to monitor progress
Super Specialty Hospitals
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Nov 17: Jammu and Kashmir Government Thursday constituted a high level committee to monitor progress on Super Specialty Hospitals, which are under construction in twin capital cities of Jammu and Srinagar.
The committee will be headed by Commissioner Secretary, Health and Medical Education and will comprise of Principals of both the Government Medical Colleges and representatives from CPWD and HLL as members.
It has been asked to monitor the progress on these mega projects and submit its report by December 5, 2011.
The decision was taken in a meeting chaired by Minister for \Minister for Medical Education R S Chib here.
The minister stressed on the executing agencies to expedite pace of construction on the twin Super Specialty hospitals at Jammu and Srinagar for larger benefit of patients.
Minister of State for Health and Medical Education Javed Ahmad Dar was also present in the meeting.
The meeting was informed that the funds allocated for purchase of equipment have been transferred to CPWD. The equipments installed by Hindustan Latex Limited (HLL) were not meeting the approved specifications, the meeting was told.
A host of issues related with commissioning of STP, power and water supply connection, construction of underpass (Subway), boundary wall, road widening, land scaping and installation of medical equipment came under discussion during the meeting.
Among others, Commissioner Secretary, Health and Medical Education G A Peer, Principals, Government Medical Colleges, Jammu and Srinagar Dr Rajinder Singh and Dr Qazi Masood, besides representatives from CPWD, PWD, PDD, UEED, and Floriculture attended the meeting.
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