“Hindi in Administration” session concludes under chairmanship of CM
Report with recommendations ready
Bhopal, September 14, 2015 (Abdul Ahad Farhan): Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan chaired the concluding parallel session of “Hindi in Administration” on the third day of 10th Vishwa Hindi Sammelan here today. Efforts would be made to make Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi Vishwavidyalaya international. Over 200 courses are being conducted in this only Hindi university in the country. As many as 32 recommendations were made and 51 suggestions put up in the session. The Chief Minister expressed happiness that this session on seemingly dull subject concluded with ease, smoothness and discipline in an interesting way.
The session was moderated by eminent satirist Dr. Harish Naval of Delhi University. A report on the basis of lecturers and suggestions of participating scholars was prepared today and will be sent for further action to Government of India. The report has been prepared by Dr. Rajendra Prasad Mishra, Dr. Ramlakhan Meena, Mrs. Poonam Juneja, Prof. M.P. Sharma, Prof. Chandrakala Padia, Prof. B.K. Kuthiayala and Mr. Satya Narayan Jatia. NTPC, Delhi’s Hindi Department Head Dr. Rajendra Prasad Mishra gave recommendations on “Prashasanik Hindi Shabdawali Ki Visheshtatayen Awashyakta”, Rajasthan Central University’s Dr. Ramlakhan Meena on “Prashasanik Hindi : Vyavaharik Sandarbh”, Joint Director Rajbhasha Department, Government of India Mrs. Poonam Juneja on “Prashasanik Gatividhiyon Aur Rajbhasha Ka Niti Nirdharan”, Prof. M.P. Sharma on “Prashasan Main Hindi Ka Karyanvyan : Mudde Aur Chunautiyan”, Bikaner’s Mr. Ganga Sharan Singh University Vice Chancellor Prof. Chandrakala Padia on “Karyalayeen Hindi Aur Anuvad Ki Samasya”;
Makhanlal Chaturvedi Journalism University Vice Chancellor Prof. B.K. Kuthiayala on “Anya Bhasha-Bhashi Pranton Se Aye Adhikariyon Ke Liye Hindi Prashikshan Vyavastha” and former MP Mr. Satya Narayan Jatia gave recommendations regarding ease, smoothness and strength of “Prashasan Main Hindi” on the basis of surveys conducted in the country. Prof. Kuthiayala and Dr. Jatia prepared the report to be sent to Government of India where it would be implemented after consideration by a committee.
Important suggestions put forth today were penal provision for violation of Rajbhasha Act, uniformity in designations in states, creating promotion channel for Rajbhasha officers, changes in Rajbhasha policy and rules, inclusion of practical knowledge about other Indian languages in Hindi courses for children, instead of deputation, direct recruitment of Hindi Officers, use of Hindi keyboard in computers, evolve Hindi so as to link people to administration etc.