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Cachar in Assam to Evaluate 42 Government Hospitals

A value of 70% will mean a hospital is A grade, 50% to 69% will mean it is B grade and 50% will mean a hospital is in C grade.

IAS, IFS, and state civil service officers in Cachar district of Assam are evaluating a total of 42 government hospitals till April 8 on the lines of Gunotsav amid the ongoing three-day Swasthya Sewa Utsav (SSU) in the state.

The evaluation of the hospitals started on April 6 in the same manner as the government schools’ infrastructure is assessed every year. But this time the evaluators are the patients who will be giving a percentage after availing the hospital services.

According to the information, a value of 70 percent will mean a hospital is A grade, 50 to 69 percent will mean it is B-grade and 50 percent and below will mean C-grade.

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