Siddipet: CM KCR’s visit to the district is going on. Under this, CM KCR inaugurated the new building of Government Medical College constructed in Ensanpalli village suburb of Siddipet Urban Zone. Similarly, the foundation stone was laid for the 960-bed General Hospital building. The General Hospital will be constructed at a cost of Rs 225 crore. Afterwards we reached Komati pond in Siddipet. Inspected mini tank ట్యాband beautification works, necklace road. Kalia wandered around. Inquired about the details of the development work. Ministers Itala Rajender, Harish Rao, Prashant Reddy and others participated in the program. Siddipet Medical College was built on about 25 acres of land at a cost of Rs 135 crore. The building is on a third floor of 3 lakh square feet. CM KCR laid the foundation stone for the construction of this building complex in October 2017. This medical college has a total of 8 departments. On the ground floor there are two classrooms with a library, an autonomy department and an administration block. On the first floor there is a reading room, two classrooms, biochemistry and physiology. On the second floor are set up the Department of Community Medicine, two examination rooms, the College of Pharma, and the Department of Phytology. On the third floor is set up the Department of Forensic Medicine, along with the Department of Microbiology, canteen. Separate buildings for boys and girls have been constructed under the ‘G-Plus-5’ scheme for hostel accommodation for students on the campus of the Medical College. The kitchen building was built on 12,024 square feet. In addition to hostel accommodation for boys and girls, 26 quarters for college teaching staff and 36 quarters for non-teaching staff have been constructed under the ‘G’Plus-5’ scheme. Similarly the principal built special blocks for the hvods. With the establishment of the college, medical college classes started at Siddipet General Hospital. There are 150 students in the first batch of 2018-19 and 175 students in the second batch of 2019-20. Admissions for the third batch of 2020-21 are ongoing. In the same complex, a 966-bed general hospital building will be constructed on a G + 7 basis at a cost of Rs 225 crore. For this, CM KCR performed Bhumi Puja.