Health facilities will be expanded in Bihar, 1293 health centers will be built at a cost of 1754.99 crores
Patna will be built in 1293 health center expenditure of Rs 1754.99 crore for the expansion and Sudddhikrn health facilities in the state. Administrative approval has been given to the scheme in the meeting of the Council of Ministers held here on Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Cabinet Secretariat sources said that for the expansion and strengthening of health facilities in the state, 1015 health sub-centres, 228 additional primary health centers, 86 blocks where community health centers are not there and construction by NHM at an estimated expenditure of Rs.1754.99 crore. Apart from the construction of 50 Community Health Centers to be done, administrative approval of the scheme has been given on the basis of model estimates for other works.
26 crore 51 lakh 55 thousand 306 rupees to South Bihar Power Distribution Company for the purpose of supplying and installing transformers for the operation of oxygen plants in Medical College Hospital, Sadar Hospital and sub-divisional hospitals in the context of Corona epidemic. Administrative approval has been given to Distribution Company Limited for an expenditure of Rs.27 crore 56 lakh 82 thousand 746 totaling Rs 54 crore eight lakh 38 thousand 52.
The Bihar Right to Public Services Act, 2011 has approved the inclusion of new services like non-creamy layer certificates and issuance of certificates for economically weaker sections. Approval has been given on the draft of Bihar State University Service Commission Business Conduct Rules, 2021. 11 proposals were approved in the meeting.