At Convocation, Mandaviya tells the AIIMS Delhi students, “The Nation Looks to You With Hope”

Mansukh Mandaviya, the Union Health Minister, told the graduating students at AIIMS Delhi on Monday that “the nation looks at you with hope” and urged them to make a commitment to serve the country.

Speaking during the 48th convocation of the Delhi AIIMS, Mandaviya proposed that on the 50th convocation, all physicians from the illustrious institution should be honored, regardless of where they may be located in the globe.

The health minister also exhorted the students to fight to improve access to the affordability of healthcare. In addition, Mandaviya acknowledged the teachers and parents of the pupils for their contributions to their education.

“Today marks a very important day for those receiving their degree as they have finished one inning of their life, and are starting a new chapter,” he stated in his congratulations to the students. You are on the cusp of change because you can now put what you have learned in school into practice. Wherever you go, keep in mind that the country is hoping you will utilize this platform to make healthcare more accessible and inexpensive. “Let us honor all the doctors from this prestigious institution, wherever they may be, on the 50th convocation of AIIMS,” he said.

According to the minister, a country can only be rich if its people are healthy. He also emphasized the fact that there are currently 1,07,000 medical schools nationwide, up from 48,000 in 2014.

Mandaviya further said that Rs 64,000 crores are being funded across India’s 750 districts to fix healthcare gaps and build a stronger healthcare system.

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