In a recent inspection conducted by the Department of Medical Education, RNT Medical College in Udaipur has secured top position among the nine medical colleges in the state. The inspection was based on 12 key criteria in which Udaipur gained top position in 5 criteria. The inspection, overseen by the Department of Medical Education, meticulously focussed on various facets including infrastructure, faculty proficiency, research amenities, student achievements and overall educational quality.
Official results of the inspection were unveiled at the end of January this year, subsequent to a thorough evaluation carried out in December of the preceding year. The inspection included colleges from Ajmer, Bhilwara, Pali, Dungarpur, Dausa, Chittorgarh, and Sirohi, in addition to the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) in Jaipur.
Udaipur's Medical College has consistently excelled in several areas including Rajasthan Medicare Relief Society (RMS) meetings, parking facilities, medicine inventory management, crowd control and ward cleanliness protocols. Conversely, it secured the second position with respect to the status of oxygen plants, ongoing construction projects and inspection. Nevertheless, the commendable cleanliness standards observed within both the medical college and hospital premises are noteworthy.
Similarly, Udaipur attained the third position in promoting and disseminating government schemes.Dungarpur has outshined all other eight medical colleges in terms of promoting and disseminating schemes.
Per the checklist, while Udaipur showcased superior ward cleanliness, Chittorgarh excelled in maintaining overall campus cleanliness, leading Chittorgarh and Jaipur's RUHS to achieve the highest scores. The arrangements in Bhilwara and Pali, as well as Udaipur, were deemed satisfactory, though enhancements were suggested for Dungarpur and Ajmer. This evaluation encompassed the comprehensive cleanliness assessment of hospital premises, toilet hygiene, proper disposal of construction debris, and the condition of furniture and equipment.
Dungarpur has gained the top performer in the state concerning the maintenance and upkeep of infrastructure, including toilets and other facilities. Conversely, Dausa received zero points for parking facilities. Additionally, under the Ayushman Bharat scheme, the IPD conversion rate in Ajmer, Bhilwara, Dungarpur, Sirohi and Dausa surpassed that of Udaipur.
Source: Dainik Bhaskar