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Assam Rifles starts six-week Hindi classes for youths in Aizawl

Considering the accrued benefits of Hindi language in India and other countries, the Aizawl Battalion of Assam Rifles

Assam Rifles

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  5 Feb 2021 4:15 AM GMT

AIZAWL: Considering the accrued benefits of Hindi language in India and other countries, the Aizawl Battalion of Assam Rifles has initiated a six-week Hindi communicative language class from February 1 to March 13, 2021 as part of their social welfare drive. The 'Hindi Communicative Language Class' for students and youths of Aizawl has been started at the Bn Headquarters here under the aegis of HQ 23 Sector Assam Rifles and HQ Inspector General Assam Rifles (East).

Since 1949, Hindi has been our national official language. India has one of the most diverse cultures in the world with diverse religions, traditions and language but the beauty of this land is that even after this people tend to live in unity. Hindi is the most prominent language in India. It has more than 26 million speakers.

The Hindi language is written in the Devanagari script as one of the two official languages of the Republic of India by the Constituent Assembly of India. Several citizens rallied and lobbied in favour of the Hindi language. On the basis of the Indian Constitution, as per Article 343, Hindi was adopted as the official language.

The specific objectives of this 'Hindi Communicative Language Class' are to impart an understanding of the Hindi language; enhance the communicative and interactive skills in Hindi language; enhance employability of Mizo youths outside Mizoram in the future; learn the cultural and traditional value of Hindi-speaking regions; and also to feel the zest of Hindi cinema and drama.

Hindi is the official language of India and Fiji too and is widely spoken in Nepal, Mauritius, USA, South Africa, Bangladesh, Bhutan Canada, Germany, Singapore, UAE and United Kingdom. Hindi is the third global language just behind Mandarin Chinese and English. Therefore, if one learns Hindi as the second language one will not only enjoy the world-class Hindi literature but also enjoy the Hindi cinema. It is hoped that it shall gloriously achieve the objectives and gives a boost to the Mizo youths in exploring a wide variety of career opportunities outside the State, stated a release.

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