Bhopal college to start offering MBBS course in Hindi from next academic session

The government of Madhya Pradesh aims to launch an MBBS course in Hindi at Gandhi Medical College in Bhopal from the next academic session, state medical education minister Vishwas Sarang announced. He also claimed that MP would be the first to offer an MBBS course in Hindi medium.

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

He added that this step was taken after the chief minister of state Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced on this Republic Day that the state will soon be launching MBBS and other medical courses in Hindi.

“The minister had spoken with subject matter experts a few days ago to get books in Hindi ready for first-year MBBS students in the presence of officials from Atal Bihari Hindi University and Gandhi Medical College. Lectures will also be given in Hindi,” an official from the state public relations department told PTI.

“In the first phase, students who choose Hindi as the medium of instruction each receive two months of lessons in Hindi and English. Further steps will be taken following their assessment. In the second phase, additional books for the subjects Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry will be prepared,” he said.

Three committees are now supervising the action plan for this new course.

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