In a remarkable move, the Madhya Pradesh government has chosen Hindi as a new medium for engineering curriculum. This move is especially for rural students. It was reform initiative for the betterment of rural students who found difficult to express in Hindi. This was also to celebrate Hindi Day. Why is government was eager to implement this Idea of Hindi Medium in Engineering?
School Education Minister Deepak Joshi impelled the establishments saying students from rural India can’t convey their thoughts in English.
This is one the reasons why they leave their studies in the middle of and here and there don’t pick engineering selection tests. Seats are empty in Various Engineering colleges in MP. This move will attract many students who are not good in English.
“The students will have the freedom to write specialized terms in English. Guardians spend lakhs on their children, yet they can’t clear the course or drop out on the grounds that they are not happy with English,” Minister said
“It’s a Hindi speaking nation and more than half population of Madya Pradesh state speaks Hindi. Students might need to write in English, yet they can’t, and further don’t even put efforts to write in English. They surrender and get disappointed,” the minister said.
Standards and directions:
Students will need to pick the medium of instruction – English or Hindi – from starting point of the session. Students are not permitted to change their language of study in the middle of a session.
What will be the repercussion of this move?
“Perhaps, the minister is as yet passing by the experience from his childhood when there were not very many English medium universities in the state. The situation has changed. Almost 90 percent of Students who have selected with us are from English medium schools. The Hindi medium students may profit in the college but what about during placement, because most of the companies in India want to hire someone who is good at English Prof Adarsh Sachdeva, who educates in a private college school sates
Around 200 colleges affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyala (RGPV) will be profited from this change. The choice has been supported by RGPV VICE CHANCELLOR Piyush Trivedi and the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the students’ wing of the RSS.
“We have dependable requested that the students ought to be permitted to pick the language he is OK with,” said ABVP pioneer C M Dhakad.