CUK V-C kick starts personal contact prog on Hindi teaching
Srinagar, Dec 29: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir today kick started two days personal contact programme on Hindi teaching scheme organised by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Official Language.
Registrar, Prof. Muhammad Afzal Zargar, Controller of Examinations, Dr. Nazir Ahmad Gilkar, Assistant Directors, Rajbhasha Vibagh, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, Mr. Jitender Kumar and Mr Karan Singh, Hindi Adhikari, Ms Sakina Akhter were among others present on the occasion.
Addressing the inaugural function, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir highlighted the importance of learning different languages including Rajbhasha Hindi. “In order to sensitize the employees about Rajbhasha Hindi, the university has been successfully conducting various programmes,” he said adding the administrative staff has shown keen interest in learning the Rajbhasha. Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir said that several employees of the university have already passed the Prabodh programme and have now got enrolled to Praveen programme. CUK asked the participants to gain maximum knowledge about the Hindi during the two day programme.
Registrar, Prof. M Afzal Zargar, asked the employees to learn Hindi with the same zeal as learning other languages. “It is always good to learn other languages. Learning Hindi has become all the more important for Central Institutions in view of its status as official language. “The Rajbhasha Cell of the university is conducting frequent teaching learning classes of the administrative on Hindi,” he said and asked all the employees to put in their best efforts in learning the language.
Assistant Director, Hindi Training Institute, New Delhi, Mr. Jitender Kumar, while speaking on the occasion, asked the participants to learn Hindi thoroughly and subsequently use the language in day to day affairs. He said the language is the only boundary which separates one nation from another.
Controller of Examinations, Dr. Nazir Ahmad Gilkar, while presenting the vote of thanks, underscored the need of learning Rajbhasha, other languages and their literature. He said that learning of different languages could prove beneficial to the individual.
Hindi Adhkari, Ms Sakina Akhter, gave a detailed resume of the events organised by the Rajbhasha Cell to promote Hindi. She also divulged the programme details.