SDP College for Women
The Post-Graduate Department of Hindi at SDP College for Women celebrated Hindi Diwas today, by organising a gala function in the seminar hall of the college. The function began with Saraswati Vandana and Ganesh Vandana presented by Megha.
Principal Dr Geeta Bhandari presided over the function. Students of the Hindi Department recited poems and read papers on the importance of Hindi. They also staged various regional dances and skits, highlighting the rich and glorious culture and heritage of the country.
Addressing the students on the occasion, Dr Veena Maan, head of the department, said that Hindi is the pride and honour of our past, mirror of our present and the lighthouse of our glorious future.
Master Tara Singh College
The Hindi Department of Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women celebrated Hindi Diwas with great enthusiasm today. Dr Satish Kant, an eduationist and a senior lecturer at SCD Government College was the resource person on the occasion.
A programme comprising a paper reading contest, poetical recitation, hymns and songs was performed by the students. The students highlighted the importance of the national language in the contemporary society.
While reciting her self-composed poem, Shruti, a student of the college, elicited an overwhelming response from the audience. Addressing the students, Dr Ritu Bhanot stressed the need to rejuvenate the language, which is a symbol our rich cultural heritage and national integration. Principal Dr Madanjit Kaur Sahota said that the downward trend in the use of language was a matter of grave concern.
Khalsa College for Women
To enhance the awareness and significance of Hindi as our national language, the Department of Hindi at Khalsa College for Women organised Hindi Divas today.
The function was inaugurated by Principal Dr Varinder Kaur Thind. Students participated in a competition, Hindi Doha Gayan, and left the audience spellbound. The students recited dohas of Kabir, Ravidas, Rahim and Vrind.
Dr Thind thanked Dr Kamini Sahir, head of the Hindi department and Simarjeet Grewal and Jyoti Sharma, and applauded the efforts of students in organising the function.
Gobindgarh Public College
Gobindgarh Public College today celebrated Hindi Divas, under the guidance of Principal Dr Sudesh Tandon. Dr Rajinder Jain, senior lecturer in Hindi at SCD Government College for Boys, Ludhiana, was the chief guest. OP Goyal, president, Chaman Lal Garg, Secretary, GESWT, Piara Singh Kalsi, Chairman, GPC and Swaranjit Singh Bagli, chairman GPS also graced the occasion.
Principal Dr Suresh Tandon welcomed the guests. Dr Rajinder Jain spoke on the importance of Hindi. The students enacted a skit on a work by Munshi Prem Chand. A poem recitation competition and a declamation context were also organized by the students.
Prizes were distributed to the winners of competitions. The function concluded with a vote of thanks by Prof Sushma Miglani, head of the Department of Hindi.
Sat Paul Mittal School
A function was organised at Sat Paul Mittal School to celebrate Hindi Divas. The students participated enthusiastically in the celebrations. The students and teachers used the language in their conversation throughout the day. No one was allowed to converse in any other language. Various inter-house and inter-section competitions were held. The competitions included a quiz, a word-chain antakshri, an extempore, picture composition, recitation and painting competitions.
The article says Hindi is national language. But Indian constitution does not give the status of National language to Hindi. Hindi with English are official languages for Indian union. There are 22 languages listed in 8th schedule of Constitution as official languages. Central govt must stop spending all tax-payers money to just promote hindi and if central govt really wants National Integration, it must promote and treat all Indian languages equally
HINDI is our national language and we all should know hindi thats why hindi is available in schools and colleges but children dont like this subjects in my opinion we all are indians and we all should know hindi . So we all celebrate this hindi diwas and on this day we learn how hindi came to india and who develop this and i m really very thankful to aryans who came to india and and named our country INDIA AND THE VEDAS who came here and written alanguage sanskrit and then translate it into hindi.
today sep,14 hindi divas. but this information not loaded in any wikepedia.this is so bad. really i am feeling very bad that no body is taking care about this things. if i know how to enter i will do it. and one more thing we have to remember that when it became hindi day what is the reasons for it? like this information we have to give for next generation. so keep on work on this items.