MBBS course in Hindi to start at Bhopal College from next session, says Minister of Madhya Pradesh


Gandhi Medical College will start MBBS course in Hindi from next academic session


The Madhya Pradesh government is ready to launch the MBBS course in Hindi at Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal from the next academic session, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang said on Tuesday. The minister said the state will become the first to offer the MBBS course in Hindi.

“Guidelines have been issued to start the MBBS course at Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal in Hindi from the next session commencing within two months. A 14-member committee headed by Director of Medical Education, Dr. Jiten Shukla , was constituted to prepare the work plan for the MBBS Hindi curriculum,” he said PTI.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had made an announcement on Republic Day regarding the teaching of MBBS and other medical courses in Hindi, following which the department took the step, the minister added.

“The Minister had spoken to subject matter experts a few days ago to prepare Hindi books for MBBS first year students in the presence of officials from Atal Bihari Hindi University and Gandhi Medical College. Lectures will be also conducted in Hindi,” an official from the state’s public relations department said.

“In the first phase, students who opt for Hindi as the language of instruction will receive instruction in Hindi and English for two months each. Further steps will be taken after their assessment. In the second phase, additional books for anatomy, physiology and biochemistry subjects will be prepared,” he said.Three committees have been formed to carry out this work plan, the official added.

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