The (AIIMS) is a group of autonomous government public “medical universities” of higher education under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
The act also allowed the institutes to operate more autonomously, and awarded them the INI status. In addition, also conferred the power to establish other AIIMS-like institutes by gazette notification and give them equal status.
In 2013 a further gazette notification was made under the same Act, establishing AIIMS Raebareli. It was later denoted as “Phase-II” of PMSSY.
No new institutes were introduced in Phase III.
In July 2014, in the budget speech for 2014–15, the Minister of Finance Arun Jaitley announced a budget of ₹500 crore (equivalent to ₹643 crore or US$90 million in 2019) for setting up four new AIIMS, in Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and the Purvanchal region in Uttar Pradesh.
On 28 February 2015, in the 2015–2016 budget speech, Jaitley announced five more AIIMS, in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Assam and Tamil Nadu and an “AIIMS-like” institute in Bihar. On 7 November 2015, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi had announced development package for Jammu & Kashmir which includes the setting up of two AIIMS, in the capital cities of Jammu and Kashmir. AIIMS Bathinda started operation in 2019. AIIMS Bilaspur, AIIMS Guwahati and AIIMS Vijaypur became operational in 2020.
On 1 February 2017, in the budget presentation for 2017–2018, Jaitley announced two more AIIMS, in Jharkhand and Gujarat. AIIMS Deoghar started operation in 2019 and AIIMS Rajkot in 2020.
A week after the 2017–2018 budget presentation, on 9 February 2017, Jaitley announced an AIIMS in Telangana.
In March, the cabinet approved the institute in Manethi, Rewari district.
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