According to Dhan Singh Rawat, the state’s minister of medical education, medical courses in Uttarakhand will begin to be taught in Hindi (together with English) in the next academic year.
When adopted, Uttarakhand will follow Madhya Pradesh as the second state to do so. On Friday, Mr. Rawat stated that the choice had been made in light of the Center’s emphasis on Hindi.
A four-person expert group has been established by the state’s Medical Education Department in this respect. According to the minister, the group is led by Dr. CMS Rawat, the president of the Government Medical College in Srinagar’s Pauri area.
According to the minister, the committee would evaluate the MBBS Hindi syllabus in the government institutions of Madhya Pradesh before creating a new syllabus for colleges.
After obtaining the panel’s draught and completing the necessary procedures, the minister announced the MBBS course in Hindi would start during the following academic session.
As part of an ambitious program by the Madhya Pradesh government to teach medical education in Hindi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah issued textbooks in Hindi for three topics for MBBS students on October 16.