Thursday, November 19, 2009

Point plans to equip over Rs 3,000 crore

The Point plans to equip over Rs 3,000 crore to strengthen the wellborn of nursing services in the country, during the prevailing five-year think. "In impose to exercise the nursing and midwifery sphere, for the premiere abstraction, a sum of Rs 3,180 crore has been allocated during the actual direction stop," Combining Wellbeing Parson Ghulam Nabi Azad said here today, addressing the Continent Peaceful Midwives Association. The government proposed to turn 250 new Supplementary Nurse Midwives (ANM) and Overall Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) schools, likewise winning steps for strengthening country Nursing Councils and Commonwealth Nursing Cells, he said. Praising the services of midwives, Azad said midwives are the sand of any healthcare grouping. He said the ratio of nurses to patients in the country is low, adding that only 9.30 lakh nurses and midwives are enrolled with various Land Nursing Councils of India. There is a duty of about figure lakh nurses, he said, and the regime is entranceway many nursing schools to have the rising condition.

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