Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be launching the Madhya Pradesh government’s project to teach medical education in the Hindi language this Sunday. This is an important initiative taken by the state government to promote the Hindi language and make medical education more accessible to students who speak Hindi as their first language.
The senior BJP leader will be in the state for a day-long visit during which he will lay the foundation stone of a new airport terminal in Gwalior and unveil Hindi medical textbooks at a program at Bhopal’s Lal Parade Ground. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will preside over the program the statement added.
Shah is scheduled to lay the foundation stone for the new terminal building and expansion at Gwalior’s Vijayaraje Scindia Airport. He will also participate in a program at the Mela Ground in Gwalior. Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia will also be present at the event.
Shah will open a gallery on Maratha history at the Scindias’ Jai Vilas Palace in Gwalior before leaving for Delhi in the evening, officials said.
Madhya Pradesh is the first state in the country to start offering the MBBS course in the Hindi language, as stated in a report by news agency ANI. Initially, three subjects have been selected to be studied in Hindi, which include anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry.
A team of 97 experts have been working on the preparation of books for the last 232 days at Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal. They have been translating books from English to Hindi. State medical education minister Vishwas Sarang is continuously reviewing the work.