” A major change, medical education in Hindi…..”, says Madhya Pradesh minister

The state medical education minister of Madhya Pradesh, Vishwas Sarang, stated on Sunday that the introduction of the MBBS Hindi course book will mark a significant change in the advancement of education in the Hindi language.

Sarang said, “It is a big day. For the first time in the country, medical education in Hindi will begin in Madhya Pradesh. Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will launch the Hindi versions of textbooks of all three subjects of the first year – Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry today.” “This is a matter of joy for me. It now becomes clear that if medical education is possible in Hindi, any course is possible in Hindi. This will bring a major change in the lives of youth, especially those from Hindi backgrounds,” he added. The Minister termed the launch of the MBBS course in Hindi, as emotional for him. “My father was also a Hindi litterateur, he also had a dream of it, today, I am starting it with his blessings. After the completion of 75 years of independence, no greater work could have been done than this. English is a symbol of slavery, Hindi was lagging somewhere,” Sarang added.

This is going to be the first time when MBBS course will be launched in Hindi. Union Minister Amit Shah will launch the course at Lal Parade ground in Bhopal today.

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will also be present on the occasion.

The first state in the nation to begin an MBBS programme in Hindi is Madhya Pradesh. Anatomy, Physiology, and Biochemistry are the first three disciplines chosen to be studied in Hindi.
At Gandhi Medical College in Bhopal, a group of 97 professionals have been working on the book preparation for the past 232 days. The book is currently being translated from English to Hindi.

“Various countries like Germany, Russia, China, France and other colleges teach in their regional languages. Therefore, we have also started and it is the first experiment in the last 75 years,” Sarang said.

The expert added that certain new chapters, such as those on sodium, potassium, water homeostasis, biochemistry techniques, radiation, radioisotopes, and environmental pollutants and toxins, are applied in the new edition of Medical Biochemistry.
Additionally, additional line diagrams, tables, and text boxes have been included to help readers remember the material.
In the lower limb and abdomen parts of the Anatomy edition, additional chapters on surface anatomy have also been added. To help students retain more information, new line diagrams, CT and MRI diagram tables, and flow charts have been added.

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