The development comes days after the government said it has started short-listing some IITs and NITs where the engineering courses will be offered in mother tongue beginning next year.
The National Testing Agency, which conducts the JEE (Main) and NEETUG among others, will come out with the syllabus for competitive examinations.
Offering technical education in mother tongue is part of the National Education Policy adopted by the Centre this year.
The Minister said this during the e-inaugural of the Central Institute of Hindi’s new building in Hyderabad, constructed on government-provided land in Bowenpally, and built at a cost of Rs5.67 crore.
Over the last few decades, English has often been considered as an easy path for getting into better higher education degrees and high paying white-collar jobs.
The party has planned a customised campaign by national leaders to woo non-Kannadigas in the state.