- Home Minister Amit Shah launched the Madhya Pradesh government's ambitious project on Oct 16
- The project is focused on to impart medical education in Hindi language
- HM Amit Shah will also lay the foundation stone of a new airport terminal in Gwalior
Amit Shah news: Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched the Madhya Pradesh government's ambitious project to impart medical education in Hindi on Sunday (October 16).
During the day-long visit to the state, the senior BJP leader will also lay the foundation stone of a new airport terminal in Gwalior, according to official information.
HM Shah unveiled Hindi medical textbooks at a programme at Bhopal's Lal Parade Ground today.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also attended the event in Bhopal.
During the event, Amit Shah said, "Through the new National Education Policy, PM Modi has given more emphasis to the mother language of students. This is a historic decision."
"Today is a very important day for the education sector of India. Whenever history will be written in the coming days, this day will be written in golden letters," the home minister added.Now, Madhya Pradesh has become the first state in the country to start the MBBS course in Hindi, state Education Minister Vishvas Sarang said on the occasion.
Shah unveiled the textbooks of medical biochemistry, anatomy and medical physiology subjects for the MBBS students at an event held in the state capital Bhopal in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Sarang.
Other major events:
Shah is later scheduled to lay the foundation stone for the new terminal building and expansion at Gwalior's Vijayaraje Scindia Airport. He will also participate in a programme at the Mela Ground in Gwalior.
Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia will also be present.
Shah will also inaugurate a gallery on Maratha history at the Scindias' Jai Vilas Palace in Gwalior before leaving for Delhi in the evening, officials said.
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