Mass campaign for signages and signboards in Hindi from August 25

 CM Mr. Chouhan reviews preparations

cmhindi25.8Bhopal, August 25, 2015 (Ataullah Faizan):  Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has directed to complete all preparations for Vishwa Hindi Sammelan within time-limit. The Sammelan will be held at Bhopal from September 10 to 12. Mr. Chouhan reviewed preparations for it at a meeting here today. The Chief Minister said that a mass campaign will be undertaken to ensure that all signages and signboards are in Hindi in view of Vishwa Hindi Sammelan. During it, the Chief Minister himself and public representatives will urge businessmen to install signboards in Hindi at their shops and establishments. The campaign will be conducted from August 25 to September 5. Campaign to beautify and further systemise Bhopal city will run side by side.

The Chief Minister said that that a positive message should spread through the Sammelan. The guests should get information about special features of Madhya Pradesh. All departments’ websites should be in Hindi also. Concerted arrangements should be made for guests from country and abroad. He reviewed arrangements related to lodging, transport, culture, tourism etc. The meeting was informed that 40 Hindi scholars will also be felicitated at the Sammelan. University students will be deployed as contact officers for distinguished guests and participants.

Union Department of Culture will present programme based on folk dances on the first day, Hindi ballet “Ath Hindi Katha” by Madhya Pradesh government on the second day and Indian Council for Cultural Relation will organise Kavi Sammelan on the third day. Wi-fi facility will be available at Sammelan venue. Sight seeing facility to guests will be provided by Tourism Development Corporation. Hindi Gaan has been composed for the Sammelan. An exhibition will be put up at the venue by Tourism Department, Madhya Pradesh Madhyam, Makhanlal Chaturvedi University of Journalism, Atal Bihar Vajpayee Hindi Vishwavidyalaya and External Affairs Ministry.

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