In the 75th year of Independence, the beginning of changing Macaulay's slave system of education is now starting from Madhya Pradesh. The credit for this goes to Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Chouhan and Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang.
During the last sixty years, I have requested every Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh to start medical and law studies in Hindi, but the present government of MP is the first such government in India, whose name will be written in golden letters in the history of India's education. If Prime Minister of India, Education Minister and Health Minister of India can take inspiration from Madhya Pradesh and make Indian languages the medium of highest education of all subjects, then no power can stop India from becoming a superpower of the world in the next decade itself.
Of all the great powers of the world, the highest study and teaching takes place in the self-language. There are many advantages of studying medicine in Madhya Pradesh through Hindi medium. Firstly, the number of those who fail will decrease completely. Second, the efficiency of the students will increase. 70-80 percent students are admitted in medical colleges only after studying in Hindi medium. It will be easy for them to understand the medical method. Third, the cheating of patients will be less. Medical witchcraft will not remain. Fourth, communication between patients and doctors will become easier. Fifth, the children of those poor, backward, scheduled people will be benefited the most, who are unable to become doctors due to English.
I keep in constant contact with the committee formed by MP Government's Medical Education Minister Vishwas Narang to get the books of medical education prepared in Hindi. Some books have been originally prepared in Hindi and some have also been translated. Students will get Hindi medium exemption from the new session starting in the end of September. English basic technical words will not be avoided in Hindi books. Students who want to study in English medium will be given relaxation. Out of four thousand medical students of Madhya Pradesh, now almost all would like to study through the language.
If this happens, then many new original texts in Hindi will also be published every year. If the study of this medicine is to be made even more useful, then I also suggest that a new medical discipline should be created, in which the courses of allopathy, ayurveda, hakimi, homeopathy and naturopathy should be combined so that if the patients could not be cured with one medicine, then another medicine can cure them. If the government of Madhya Pradesh can get such a revolutionary change in our medicine, then the governments of other states and the central government will not be left behind. This will be a unique gift of India to the world.
This medical system will be so accessible and affordable that the poorest of the poor in India and neighboring countries will be able to take advantage of it. Once again students from all over the world will start coming to India to study medicine like they used to come from abroad centuries ago.