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MBBS Course in Hindi launched for the first time in the country » Bhajpa Ki Baat

MBBS Course in Hindi launched for the first time in the country » Kamal Sandesh

Union Home and Cooperation Minister Shri Amit Shah on 16 October launched the first MBBS course in Hindi in the country, in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Many dignitaries including the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan were present on the occasion.

In his address, the Union Home Minister said this day is very important for the Medical sector in the year of the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’, and will be written in golden letters in times to come. He said this is the day of renaissance and reconstruction of the Education sector of the country. Shri 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, 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.

He said the mind processes thinking, revision, Research, reasoning, analysis and arriving at a decision in one’s mother tongue. He said 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.
Shri Amit Shah said in the 21st Century some forces adopted the Brain Drain Theory and today Prime Minister Modi is converting this theory into the Brain Gain Theory. He said today under the leadership of Shri Modi, the New Education Policy has begun to give importance to our languages. 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.


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