He said that this day is important as from onwards as students will not only receive instructions in Technical and Medical education in their Mother Tongue, but also will be able to conduct Research in their own language
Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah launched the first MBBS course in Hindi in the country on Sunday, in Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh. Many dignitaries including the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chouhan were present on the occasion.
In his address, the Union Home Minister said this is the day of renaissance and reconstruction of the Education sector of the country. He said PM Modi had given a call to provide Medical and Engineering education in regional languages such as Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati, Bengali and the Government of Madhya Pradesh led by Shivraj Singh Chouhanis the first fulfil Modi’s wish.
Amit Shah said today Medical education is commencing in Hindi and soon Engineering studies will also begin in Hindi and translation of Engineering books has commenced in eight languages across the country, and soon students across the Nation will be able to pursue Technical and Medical education in their Mother Tongue.
He said that this day is important as from onwards as students will not only receive instructions in Technical and Medical education in their Mother Tongue, but also will be able to conduct Research in their own language.
Shah said Madhya Pradesh is the first State to implement New Education policy and is implementing it in a very good way. He told students that the thinking process is done the best in the Mother Tongue and words spoken in the Mother Tongue touch the Heart and if studies and Research are conducted in the Mother Tongue, then Indian students are no less competent than students from other countries, and they will bring laurels to India in Research.
The Union Home Minister we have begun conducting the JEE, NEET and UGC examinations in 12 languages of the country. Similarly, the Common University Entrance Test is being conducted in 13 languages and 10 States have commenced teaching Engineering courses by translating them into Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Malayalam and Gujarati.