Guru Gobind Singh Medical College

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Guru Gobind Singh Medical College is a government school of medicine located in Faridkot,[1] Punjab, India. Established in 1973, it is one of the oldest premier medical institutes of Punjab state.[citation needed]

Giani Zail Singh, president of India (1982–1987) was one of the few people involved in bringing the medical college to the Faridkot city, when he was the Chief minister of Punjab in 1972–1977. The first batch came to GGS Medical College Faridkot during the year 1973 for MBBS course. Since then this medical College has trained over 50 doctors each year. In year 2013, many allied health science subjects has started being taught at this medical college. One among them is Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (BASLP). GGS MEDICAL COLLEGE currently runs only graduate degree course and trains 10 Audiologists and Speech therapists every year.

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Coordinates: 30°41′00″N 74°44′09″E / 30.6833°N 74.7357°E / 30.6833; 74.7357