Workshop on ‘Use of Hindi as official language’ concludes at North East Council

Workshop on ‘Use of Hindi as official language’ concludes at North East Council

SHILLONG, June 6: A 2-DAY Workshop on ‘Use of Hindi as Official Language’ to discuss the possibilities of using the Hindi language as an official language for national integration.

The workshop concluded on Tuesday at North Eastern Council (NEC). Organised by Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), it highlighted on coherent use of Hindi and the Indian Languages for national integration and harmony.

Speaking on the occasion in the inaugural session, Members of the Hindi Salahkar Samity, Ministry of DoNER Dr. Rajendra Singh Chandel, Shastri Vipan Khajuria, Dr. Balwant Shastri, Dr. Lakshmi Narayan Mittal, Ms. Sujaya Dey and Dr. Kshirada Kumar Saikia stressed on publication of biographies of great heroes and personalities of North Eastern Region in Hindi and other Indian languages.

The other sessions in the workshop were coordinated by Dr. Shailendra Chaudhuri, S.P. Singh and Manas Ranjan Mahapatra. Shri D. Khound, Adviser, Gautam Chintey, Adviser, Sille Anthony, Director, Edwinson Swer, Director and Doba Jini, Superintending Engineer besides other officers from NEC and other organisations of the Ministry of DoNER in the North Eastern Region took part in the deliberations.

Similar workshops will be organized in other states of the North Eastern Region by the Ministry of DoNER in near future for discussion on problems and possibilities in use of Hindi as an Official Language, as stated in an official statement from NEC.

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