Teach Hindi in All Indian Embassies – Prepare for Teaching Hindi in All Indian Embassies Abroad

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Agra. Kendriya Hindi Sansthan is preparing to teach Hindi in all of the country’s embassies. Discussions were also held with the officials of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations. Now the offer is created and sent. There is a growing trend of learning Hindi among people from all countries.
Director of Kendriya Hindi Sansthan Prof. Bina Sharma said that the Kendriya Hindi Sansthan center is working in the country’s embassy in Sri Lanka. Here the students learn Hindi every year. The center of the institute is also due to open shortly in the embassy of Moscow. His process is complete. The urge to learn Hindi is growing worldwide. Against this background, the aim is to establish the institute’s center in all of the country’s embassies.
Central Hindi teachers had discussions with officials from the Indian Council for Cultural Relations. Only then will the application be prepared by the institute. On the basis of discussions with various countries, steps are to be taken to run the center of the institute in the Indian embassies located there.
A three-month online course should also be started
Hindi Sansthan organizes online education for foreigners who wish to learn Hindi while staying in their own country. A short course (three months) is being prepared for this. Institute director Prof. Bina Sharma says that the staff of the police and other services abroad want to learn Hindi. Such people who cannot learn Hindi by coming to Hindi institute. The curriculum is tailored to your needs. Discussions were also held with the Indian Council for Cultural Relations.

Agra. Kendriya Hindi Sansthan is preparing to teach Hindi in all of the country’s embassies. Discussions were also held with the officials of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations. Now the offer is created and sent. There is a growing trend of learning Hindi among people from all countries.

Director of Kendriya Hindi Sansthan Prof. Bina Sharma said that the Kendriya Hindi Sansthan center is working in the country’s embassy in Sri Lanka. The students learn Hindi there every year. The center of the institute is also due to open shortly in the embassy of Moscow. His process is complete. The urge to learn Hindi is growing worldwide. Against this background, the aim is to establish the institute’s center in all of the country’s embassies.

Central Hindi teachers had discussions with officials from the Indian Council for Cultural Relations. Only then does the institute submit the application. On the basis of discussions with various countries, steps are to be taken to run the center of the institute in the Indian embassies located there.

A three-month online course should also be started

Hindi Sansthan organizes online education for foreigners who wish to learn Hindi while staying in their own country. A short course (three months) is being prepared for this. Institute director Prof. Bina Sharma says that the staff of the police and other services abroad want to learn Hindi. Such people who cannot learn Hindi by coming to Hindi institute. The curriculum is tailored to your needs. Discussions were also held with the Indian Council for Cultural Relations.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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