Professional courses

Panel for Preparing Gujarati Vocational Course Curriculum

The Government of Gujarat will form a committee to prepare and design Gujarati language curricula for professional courses such as Engineering, Medical Studies, Architecture, MBA and Computer Applications as per the new government policy. Education (NEP), Education Minister Jitu Vaghani announced on Saturday.

“In Madhya Pradesh, a mother tongue program has been announced and Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel at today’s cabinet meeting took an important decision…Several faculties, such as engineering, medicine, pharmacy, architecture, MBA, MCA, etc., where it (the program) is not in the native language, a landmark decision has been made…” Vaghani said.

The committee will be chaired by JM Vyas, Vice-Chancellor of the National Forensic Science University (NFSU) in Gandhinagar, and will also include Vice-Chancellors, academics from the fields of engineering and medicine, as well as government officials, said Vaghani who is also the government of Gujarat. spokesperson.

Other members include Dr. RK Patel, Director of the United Nations Mehta Institute of Cardiology and Research (UNMCIRC), former Director of IIM-A Bakul Dholakia, Vice Chancellor of the Indian Institute Institute of Education (IITE) Harshad Patel, the former Vice Chancellor of University of Gujarat Naresh Ved, Counselor at Parul University M. N. Patel and Vice Chancellor of Open University Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Ami Upadhyay.

Remarking that mother tongue “encourages originality of ideas”, Vaghani added that textbooks and other relevant materials will be prepared in Gujarati.

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) provides fees for translating professional courses into Gujarati, and that the state government in its latest budget has allocated Rs 50 lakh for this purpose, Vaghani said, adding that Gujarat Technological University (GTU) has been given this task.