The Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) teachers’ association has asked for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for setting up of a 500-bed medical clinic in the college to take into account the preparation needs of dentistry students.The Jamia Teachers’ Association (JTA) raised the interest for the emergency clinic with Kejriwal on Saturday, when the Delhi Chief Minister met a couple of “area erudite people” at Okhla, which included varsity instructors. “Despite the fact that we are running the four year certification course in dentistry. In any case, the JMI is compelled to send understudies to different emergency clinics, as we don’t have our very own office,” JTA Secretary Majid Jamil wrote in the letter to the Chief Minister. “The college is arranged in a thickly populated region, where numerous underprivileged individuals urgently need quality medicinal offices,” Jamil said and included they couldn’t be served for absence of an emergency clinic in the region. The expansion of a 500-bed clinic would upgrade the dimension of the college and lead to availability of value medicinal administrations at an ostensible expense for the dismissed populace dwelling in JMI’s region, he said. “We ask for you to build up another 500-bed clinic in the Jamia Millia Islamia, which could be changed over into a therapeutic school,” he said. The college, which gives instruction from the nursery to the doctorate level, will commend its 100th commemoration in 2020.