Hindi Hain Hum: Girls Take Oath To Have Conversation In Hindi Only


Girls taking oath.
– Photo : Amar Ujala Bureau, Bareilly

Amar Ujala’s campaign is Hindi, the girls associated with us

Bareilly. Essay and quiz competition was held on Tuesday at Islamia Girls Inter College and Veerangana Avantibai Mahavidyalaya under Amar Ujala Foundation’s Hindi Hain Hum campaign. The students emphasized on the advancement of Hindi as the official language and simplification of Hindi to make it the language of the people. Describing Hindi as the pride of the country, the students told the need to give priority to it in employment for the promotion of Hindi.
After the competition on Hindi Diwas, the students took an oath to use Hindi only in colloquial speech. The school staff also took an oath to give priority to Hindi. Said, we take an oath that we will use Hindi only for speaking in our family and society. Not only will he use Hindi himself, he will also inspire other people.
During the program, Chaman Jahan, Principal of Islamia Girls College said that Hindi will have to be made a spoken language from family to school and college to mount it on the peak of progress. Lest we get away from Hindi while going to higher education. Anu Mahajan, assistant professor of Veerangana Avantibai Mahavidyalaya said that public participation is necessary to make Hindi the language of the people. To link it with employment, the government will have to take effective steps. A meaningful initiative will have to be taken at the government level to connect the people of South and Northeast states with Hindi.

Competitions in schools and colleges were booming

Bareilly. Essay, quiz and speech competitions were organized in school-college on Hindi Diwas on Tuesday. Students made Rangoli. Poets and litterateurs of the city discussed the promotion of Hindi through seminars. Honor ceremonies were also organized at many places.
Various competitions were organized in the B.Ed department of Maharaja Agrasen College. Inauguration Principal. Dr. Saurabh Agrawal, Head of the Department, Dr. Meenakshi Chandra garlanded the picture of Maa Saraswati and lit the island. Prizes were awarded to the winners of essay writing. In GRM Dohra, Manager Rajesh Jolly and Director Trijit Agarwal inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp in front of the picture of Maa Saraswati. Teachers Rajneesh Trivedi, Dr. Mohini, Seema etc. recited poetry in the school located on Nainital Road. The teachers were also honored with certificates. In SR Inter National School, children recited the poems of Ramdhari Singh Dinkar, Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, Sohan Lal Dwivedi.
In the primary school Lakhora of Basic Education Department, Headmaster Neeta Joshi organized competitions. The girls made Rangoli. Essay competition was held in Ramnagar’s Sanvilian Vidyalaya Tigra Khanpur. Teacher Satyendra Pal Singh explained the importance of Hindi to the children. Pawan Diwakar in school Bari Kheda, Kalpana, Jan Singh, Neeraj Kumar in Vijay Nagla, Nurbano in Upper Primary School Dalipur organized the competition. Teachers Omkar Sharma, Sanjeev Singh organized poster competition in primary school of Alampur Jaffa Rabad, teacher Mini Verma and Pradeep Singh in Harrampur. In primary school Lehar, teacher Sarika Saxena, Hemant Kushwaha Meenu Kumari Upper Primary School, Pathra organized art competition among the children. Pradeep Tomar organized an essay competition in Dhadrua, a primary school in Faridpur.
Santosh Pandey in Bhuta’s primary school Vilouhua, Rahul Tomar in Niksua school, Deepshikha in composite school Rooppur organized a writing competition for children on Hindi day. Rekha Devi in ​​Dohria, Bithri Chainpur, Sweta Singh organized a poster competition in Primary School, Vikampur. Bhanu Pratap Singh explained the importance of Hindi Diwas to the children in detail in the upper primary school of Bhojipura, Ghunsa. In Model Primary School, Pipalsana Chaudhary, teacher Jyoti Wala organized a poster competition. Rakhi Gangwar discussed the development of Hindi in the primary school Boria of Bhadpura.
Ravi Kumar in primary school Jadopur, Rajesh Kumar Singh in Ahilya expressed their views. Suman Verma organized a poster competition in Bhojipura’s primary school Purnapur. Anuj Sharma, teacher of Bhuta’s Upper Primary School, Shivnagar, told that Hindi Pakhwada has been started from Hindi Diwas. Calligraphy competition will be organized on Tuesday, slogan competition on Wednesday and speech competition on the last day on Thursday.
Kavi Sammelan was organized in the district jail. The program was inaugurated by Jail Superintendent Vijay Vikram Singh. It was presided over by Harish Sharma eunuch and conducted by Rohit Rakesh. Poet Subodh Sulabh from Tundla Phi Rozabad, Ajit Shukla from Hardoi, Ekta Bharti from Pilibhit, Kamalkant Tiwari from Badaun, Harish Sharma from Mumbai, Nagma Barelvi, Rajiv Goswami and Rohit Rakesh recited poetry in the program. Virtual Kavi Sammelan was organized by Ved Prachar Mandal. In this, the absence of Hindi department in Rohilkhand University was described as unfortunate. Keynote speaker Vishnumitra Vedarthi etc expressed the views. In the memory of the democratic poet Brijlal Gupta, poet Indradev Trivedi was honored for his contribution to literature in Biharipur Khatriyan under the auspices of the literary, cultural and social organization Supanthi Sahitya Parishad on Tuesday. Presided over by Prof. NL Sharma, Director Dr. Dipankar Gupta did it.

Amar Ujala’s campaign is Hindi, the girls associated with us

Bareilly. Essay and quiz competition was held on Tuesday at Islamia Girls Inter College and Veerangana Avantibai Mahavidyalaya under Amar Ujala Foundation’s Hindi Hain Hum campaign. The students emphasized on the advancement of Hindi as the official language and simplification of Hindi to make it the language of the people. Describing Hindi as the pride of the country, the students told the need to give priority to it in employment for the promotion of Hindi.

After the competition on Hindi Diwas, the students took an oath to use Hindi only in colloquial speech. The school staff also took an oath to give priority to Hindi. Said, we take oath that we will use Hindi only for speaking in our family and society. Not only will he use Hindi himself, he will also inspire other people.

During the program, Chaman Jahan, Principal of Islamia Girls College said that Hindi will have to be made a spoken language from family to school and college to mount it on the peak of progress. Lest we get away from Hindi while going to higher education. Anu Mahajan, assistant professor of Veerangana Avantibai Mahavidyalaya said that public participation is necessary to make Hindi the language of the people. To link it with employment, the government will have to take effective steps. A meaningful initiative will have to be taken at the government level to connect the people of South and Northeast states with Hindi.

Competitions in schools and colleges were booming

Bareilly. Essay, quiz and speech competitions were organized in school-college on Hindi Diwas on Tuesday. Students made Rangoli. Poets and litterateurs of the city discussed the promotion of Hindi through seminars. Honor ceremonies were also organized at many places.

Various competitions were organized in the B.Ed department of Maharaja Agrasen College. Inauguration Principal. Dr. Saurabh Agrawal, Head of the Department, Dr. Meenakshi Chandra garlanded the picture of Maa Saraswati and lit the island. Prizes were awarded to the winners of essay writing. In GRM Dohra, Manager Rajesh Jolly and Director Trijit Agarwal inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp in front of the picture of Maa Saraswati. Teachers Rajneesh Trivedi, Dr. Mohini, Seema etc. recited poetry in the school located on Nainital Road. The teachers were also honored with certificates. In SR Inter National School, children recited the poems of Ramdhari Singh Dinkar, Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, Sohan Lal Dwivedi.

In the primary school Lakhora of Basic Education Department, Headmaster Neeta Joshi organized competitions. The girls made Rangoli. Essay competition was held in Ramnagar’s Sanvilian Vidyalaya Tigra Khanpur. Teacher Satyendra Pal Singh explained the importance of Hindi to the children. Pawan Diwakar in school Bari Kheda, Kalpana, Jan Singh, Neeraj Kumar in Vijay Nagla, Nurbano in Upper Primary School Dalipur organized the competition. Teachers Omkar Sharma, Sanjeev Singh organized poster competition in primary school of Alampur Jaff Rabad, Harrampur teacher Mini Verma and Pradeep Singh. In primary school Lehar, teacher Sarika Saxena, Hemant Kushwaha Meenu Kumari Upper Primary School, Pathra organized art competition among the children. Pradeep Tomar organized an essay competition in Dhadrua, a primary school in Faridpur.

Santosh Pandey in Bhuta’s primary school Vilouhua, Rahul Tomar in Niksua school, Deepshikha in composite school Rooppur organized a writing competition for children on Hindi day. Rekha Devi in ​​Dohria, Bithri Chainpur, Sweta Singh organized a poster competition in Primary School, Vikampur. Bhanu Pratap Singh explained the importance of Hindi Diwas to the children in detail in the upper primary school of Bhojipura, Ghunsa. In Model Primary School, Pipalsana Chaudhary, teacher Jyoti Wala organized a poster competition. Rakhi Gangwar discussed the development of Hindi in the primary school Boria of Bhadpura.

Ravi Kumar in primary school Jadopur, Rajesh Kumar Singh in Ahilya expressed their views. Suman Verma organized a poster competition in Bhojipura’s primary school, Purnapur. Anuj Sharma, teacher of Bhuta’s Upper Primary School, Shivnagar, told that Hindi Pakhwada has been started from Hindi Diwas. Calligraphy competition will be organized on Tuesday, slogan competition on Wednesday and speech competition on the last day on Thursday.

Kavi Sammelan was organized in the district jail. The program was inaugurated by Jail Superintendent Vijay Vikram Singh. It was presided over by Harish Sharma eunuch and conducted by Rohit Rakesh. Poet Subodh Sulabh from Tundla Phi Rozabad, Ajit Shukla from Hardoi, Ekta Bharti from Pilibhit, Kamalkant Tiwari from Badaun, Harish Sharma from Mumbai, Nagma Barelvi, Rajiv Goswami and Rohit Rakesh recited poetry in the program. Virtual Kavi Sammelan was organized by Ved Prachar Mandal. In this, the absence of Hindi department in Rohilkhand University was described as unfortunate. Keynote speaker Vishnumitra Vedarthi etc expressed the views. In the memory of democratic poet Brijlal Gupta, poet Indradev Trivedi was honored for his contribution to literature in Biharipur Khatriyan under the auspices of the literary, cultural and social organization Supanthi Sahitya Parishad. Presided over by Prof. NL Sharma, Director Dr. Dipankar Gupta did it.

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