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AIR, New Model School Kubza, ANHTU celebrate Hindi Divas
Published on 19 Sep. 2009 12:00 AM IST
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AIR: Along with the rest of the country, All India Radio, Kohima on Friday celebrated Hindi Divas at a gala function within its premises. Addressing the function as the chief guest, Hindi Instructor Rashtra Bhasha, of Prachar Parishad, Kohima, Thunbui Zeliang emphasized the need to encourage learning Hindi language among local people so that people especially from North East could connect themselves with the mainstream. He said Hindi was an important language to bridge the gap with other parts of the country and thereby bring about development in the region. In his welcome speech Assistant Engineer of All India Radio, J.M.Singh informed that there are already 144 Universities across the world that teaches Hindi language as a subject. He said the National language is becoming more popular day by day with the influence of Hindi films in other parts of the world. Station Engineer, K K Rengma deliberated on the significance of the day while Administrative Officer P. K. Joshi delivered the vote of thanks. Earlier, the leading State Hindi Littérateur, Zeliang was also felicitated by the Station Director and Station Engineer. Meanwhile, to enhance the awareness and the significance of Hindi as India’s National language, various competitions were conducted marking the day. Other highlights of the day included special number by AIR staff team. The programme was jointly organised by AIR Kohima and town official language implementation committee, Kohima. LONGLENG: All Nagaland Hindi Teachers’ Union, Longleng celebrated the Hindi Divas on September 14 at Rasthra Bhasa Hindi training Institute with Lipok Jamir DIS Longleng as chief guest. The chief guest spoke on how Hindi was not only the national language but also one of the most spoken languages of the world. He encouraged teachers to be sincere in their duties and update their knowledge in this fast changing world. The programme began with the National anthem and scripture reading by Chingloi H/T GHS Tamlu and presided over by Shumei Antony , president ANHTU. The welcome speech was delivered by T Paungam general secretary ANHTU while P Singh A/T GHS Nyengching spoke on the ‘Significance of Hindi Divas’ and I Tauven Union treasurer spoke on ‘situation of Hindi teaching in Nagaland’ the programme ended with a mass prayer. New Model School Kubza: New Model School Kubza celebrated its first Hindi Divas along with the rest of the country. The program was attended by all the imminent personalities from the village including the VEC, Head teacher, teacher in-charge, village council and Church leaders. Hindi Teacher T Sunep Imchen chaired the program while VEC chairman L Mapu in his speech urged school children to maintain quality of education in all spheres. He further reiterated that it was an honor to learn the national language (Hindi) from the beginning. The program was marked by poetry recitations, special number presentation and Bible reading by the students. ANHTU: All Nagaland Hindi Teachers’ Union celebrated the 16th state level Hindi Divas on September 15 at Nagaland Bharat Scouts and Guides Conference Hall. In the programme the chairman was Thunbui Zeliang, the chief guest Zaeyi Nyekha while the invocation prayer was by Maria Anal and the welcome song was presented by RBPP Students Kohima. ANHTU president Hezheto Sumi delivered the welcome speech while the Hindi Divas message was delivered by Atsula Yimchungrü. BP Philip, Hindi Coordinator SCERT urged the Hindi teachers to give keen effort to strengthen and propagate Hindi in the state. A silent prayer was also held for Hindi teachers who passed away. In the end Rometo thanked the chief guest, the organizing committee and all members who were present in the function.

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