Hindi Hain Hum: The Responsibility Of Development Of Hindi Is On The Shoulders Of The Youth

The teachers said that the campaign to give respect to the mother tongue in the world was no less than the freedom movement. Only youth can realize these lines of Bharatendu Harishchandra, ‘Ni language progress is ahai, sab unnati ko mool’. Teachers say that whether it is a matter of making mother tongue the national language or giving respect to their language abroad, this responsibility rests on the shoulders of the youth. The campaign to give respect to the mother tongue as compared to the English language should not be considered less than an attempt to make the country independent. According to the teachers, Hindi is ingrained in the heart of the people living in India. The mother’s first communication with the child takes place in Hindi only, but the devotion towards the language is reduced when the compulsion to choose English language for studies comes to the fore. English is the language of the books of science, commerce, law as well as vocational courses. After studying through English medium, they knowingly or unknowingly give importance to this language and also teach English to children. Unless literature and curriculum books are in Hindi, it is difficult to get rid of linguistic slavery. In the metropolis itself, the practice of English became the working language of Hindi English medium schools.
For the development of Hindi, first of all the government will have to decide to stop teaching of English in convent schools. English is now becoming a status symbol, which should be separated and people should be encouraged to speak pure Hindi so that they can feel proud by speaking Hindi. – Rajiv Mehrotra, Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, Bareilly College
All the textbooks should be in Hindi only, the teachers said – The campaign to give respect to the mother tongue in the world was no less than the freedom movement. Only youth can realize these lines of Bharatendu Harishchandra, ‘Ni language progress is ahai, sab unnati ko mool’. Teachers say that whether it is a matter of making mother tongue the national language or giving respect to their language abroad, this responsibility rests on the shoulders of the youth. The campaign to give respect to the mother tongue as compared to the English language should not be considered less than an attempt to make the country independent. According to the teachers, Hindi is ingrained in the heart of the people living in India. The mother’s first communication with the child takes place in Hindi only, but the devotion towards the language is reduced when the compulsion to choose English language for studies comes to the fore. English is the language of the books of science, commerce, law as well as vocational courses. After studying through English medium, they knowingly or unknowingly give importance to this language and also teach English to children. Unless literature and curriculum books are in Hindi, it is difficult to get rid of linguistic slavery. English practice in metropolis only

We are Hindi speaking. We do not need to learn the language to speak Hindi. Only one percent of the society uses English language more. Hindi is established in villages, towns and cities too, but the upper class of big metropolis is imprisoned under the cover of English. This is where more change is needed. – Dr. Reena Agarwal, Head of Department of Economics Bareilly College

Hindi to be the working language

Hindi language will develop only when clean Hindi will be accepted. Hindi is now becoming a slang language. All work, conversation, writing and reading in offices should be done in Hindi so that the national language gets the status of national language. The younger generation needs to fulfill this responsibility. Tapan Verma, Technical Assistant Media Cell, Rohilkhand University

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For the development of Hindi, first of all the government will have to decide to stop teaching of English in convent schools. English is now becoming a status symbol, which should be separated and people should be encouraged to speak pure Hindi so that they can feel proud by speaking Hindi. – Rajeev Mehrotra, Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, Bareilly College

All textbooks should be in Hindi only

Children do not have Hindi literature or curriculum to read. The syllabus for the study of science related subjects should also be translated into Hindi. Apart from this, it is necessary to have books in Hindi language for the study of engineering and professional subjects. Society has to take the initiative. – Dr. Alok Srivastava, Professor of Botany, Rohilkhand University

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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