Yogi Aditiyanath announced that NEET would be a requirement for Nursing Admissions in 2022, and five new paramedical courses will be added.

While reviewing the department's action plan, the UP Chief Minister said that students would be admitted to GNM and BSN courses through the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET). The CM of UP suggested devising a plan to introduce five new paramedical courses, including OT Technician, Radiotherapy Technician, Dialysis Technician, Anaesthesia Technician, and MRI Technician.

In the next six months, CM Aditiyanath is directed to set up three paramedical schools and 24 skill labs in the state. The Chief Minister has directed that new nursing colleges be established at government medical colleges and district hospitals to increase the number of nurses. The chief minister of UP says nurses should be promoted as an aspirational profession.

Following the report of the CM, "Over Resolution of One District One Medical College continew with full commitment.". There are only 14 districts where medical colleges have not been established. This priority should be given to establishing medical colleges. Chief Minister Yogi Aditiyanath shared a quote via Twitter.

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