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Hindi Pakhwara 2021

September 1, 2021 @ 9:16 am – September 14, 2021 @ 2:00 pm Asia/Kolkata Timezone

Date: 01-09-2021 to 14-09-2021

Organised by: Department of Education, Patna Women’s College (Autonomous), Patna University

Beneficiaries: 95

Brief Report:

The Language Club organized Hindi Pakhwada in the Department from 1st – 14th September, 2021 through the digital platform Zoom. The Objectives of the programme were:

  • To enrich students’ knowledge and understanding of Hindi language and its different forms.
  • To sensitize the students about the deteriorating status of Hindi language.
  • To enable the students to take innovative initiatives to conserve and preserve Hindi language.

The theme for the two-week long programme was, “Anokhi Hindi”, in which many competitions were organized like “Na samjhe to Anari”- a questionnaire presented by non-Hindi students, “Hindi ki naayikaayein”, – a slide presentation to throw light on the Heroines of Hindi Literature, “Ajooba Antvarshiye Pratiyogita”, – a presentation on a new or lesser-known facts, and “Main Hoon Anokhi”, – a mono-act to show the uniqueness of Hindi language.

On the final day of the event, Dr. Kishor Sinha, writer and media expert, Patna, graced the occasion and in his talk on “Hindi mein sahityetar lekhanSmabhavnaayein evam Vikalap”, he threw light on the importance of Hindi language in our life. He said that there should be more books published in Hindi so that it gets easier for its readers to access. Also, he emphasized on the point that Hindi should be cherished not only one day, but every day.