Teach medicine in Tamil, Amit Shah urges Tamil Nadu govt
Union home minister Amit Shah urged the Tamil Nadu government on Saturday to introduce Tamil as the medium of instruction for medical and other technical courses, saying it would help students understand their lessons better. Several states had already moved to offer medical and technical education in their native languages and Tamil Nadu should follow suit, Shah said. This would also help students pursue research in Tamil.
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Introduce medicine, engineering courses in Tamil, Amit Shah tells T.N. government
Tamil Nadu: Preserving and promoting the Tamil language is the responsibility of the entire nation. Use of Tamil, considered one of the ancient languages in the world, as a medium of instruction in medical and technical education will be considered a great service to the language’s promotion, says Minister