5-day PCP in Hindi for administrative staff begins in CUK
Srinagar, Apr 17: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Muhammad Aslam today inaugurated the 5-day Personal Contact Programme (PCP) for the trainees, from the administrative staff, registered for Prabodh, Praveen and Pragya courses respectively, under Hindi teaching scheme, at Nowgam-II administrative cum academic block of the varsity here.
Registrar, Prof. M Afzal Zargar, Finance Officer, Mr. Bashir Ahmad Haji, Assistant Directors, Central Hindi Training Institute, Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Official Language, Ms. Tanuja Sachdev and Ms. Sneha Lata, Hindi Adhikari, Ms. Sakina Akhtar, senior administrative staff of the university and trainees were also present during the inaugural function.
Addressing the participants, Prof. Muhammad Aslam, hailed the employees of the varsity for their proactive approach in learning Hindi and also expressed his happiness over the successful completion of the Prabodh and Praveen programmes by the university staff. He exhorted upon all the employees to take up the challenge of learning Hindi, and said that learning of any language has to be intrinsically motivated. He asked the participants to evince keen interest in the lectures to be delivered by the experts during these 5-days.
Registrar, Prof. M Afzal Zargar, while addressing the gathering, said that 90 per cent of more than 60 substantive employees, enrolled in different programmes of Hindi learning have passed with flying colors. He said the university staff was showing keen interest and enthusiasm in learning the language and subsequently putting it to use in the official communications and file work. Prof. Zargar also welcomed the experts and asked the trainees to further improve their language and writing skills during the five day PCP.
Hindi Adhikari, Ms. Sakina Akhter, while conducting the programme enumerated different steps taken by the Rajbhasha Cell in promoting Hindi among the varsity staff. She said the employees have secured good percentage of marks during their examinations in Prabodh and Praveen, adding that the Cell was regularly conducting classes of the trainees and was also holding Personal Contact Programmes to further improve the language skills of the employees.