Chandigarh, the city beautiful, is a land-mark in the history of modern architecture and engineering in India. Inaugurated on April 2, 1952 by Jawahar Lal Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India, Chandigarh is only 52 years old. Chandigarh was planned by a world famous French architect, Mr. Le Corbusier. A team of architects, Town Planners hailing from England, France and India worked under the entire supervision of Mr. Le Corbusier. The city has made great strides during these years. When the project was started in 1952, many sceptics were inclined to look at the venture with some disbelief. The city, however, grew and eventually has become a great educational centre, a focus of composite culture and numerous other attractions for the general public. The city today has all the modern amenities available for its citizens. In educational and medical facilities, Chandigarh excels and today it is on the top in India. In the country side, almost all the villages in the jurisdiction of Chandigarh have been covered under the Habitat Movement." Every village is linked by road. Electricity is provided almost in all the villages. Piped water supply has been provided. The youth of Chandigarh has responded creditably to the call of under-taking new tasks of socio-economic development for the public living in rural areas. The city of Chandigarh with its planned construction and its very neat environment is a very good place from the health point of view to live in. To sustain this happy situation, the administration maintains an efficient system of health and medical care. The beds Hospital has been considerably increased. New strength in the Genera dispensaries are being added to the old set-up. Many new buildings have been provided and many new units opened. The P.G.I. in sector 12 has all the major facilities that should exist in a modern hospital. The Administration has given equal attention to the other systems of medicine. There are at present one Homoeopathic and two Ayurveda Colleges functioning in the city. More are being planned in the years to come.