Inauguration of newly-constructed building of Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Hyderabad center

On 05.10.2020 (Monday), the newly constructed building of the Hyderabad regional centre of the Central Institute of Hindi, Agra was inaugurated online by Shri. Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', the Hon'ble Minister of Education, Government of India and Chairman, Central Board of Hindi Education, Agra.

Shri C.H. Malla Reddy, Minister of Labour, Employment, Government of Telangana was the chairman of the program. Shri Anil Sharma 'Joshi', Hon'ble Vice President, Union Hindi ShikshanMandal, Agra, Shri G. Saianna, Hon'ble MLA, Secunderabad Cantonment, Shri N. Ramchandra Rao, Hon'ble MLC, Hyderabad, Telangana, Prof. From Central Hindi Institute Headquarter, Agra, Prof. Bina Sharma, Director, Central Hindi Institute, Agra and all members of the Central Hindi Institute family, many scholars from across the country, and students participated in the programme.

The director of Central Institute of Hindi, Agra, Prof.Bina Sharma in her inaugural address welcomed Honourable Minister of Education, Government of India, Shri. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, Mr. C. H. Malla Reddy, Labour, Employment Minister, Government of Telangana, Shri G. Saianna, Honourable MLA, Secunderabad Cantonment, Shri N. Ramchandra Rao, Honourable MLC, Hyderabad, Telangana and Mr. Anil Sharma ‘Joshi’, Vice President, Central Hindi Teaching Board, Agra.

After the welcome address of the Director, Hon'ble Minister of Education, Government of India, Shri. Ramesh PokhriyalNishank unveiled the plaque electronically. On this occasion, expressing his views, he said that it is a matter of pride that we all have gathered in times of crisis for a good cause. We have all gathered for the inauguration of a building that is constantly striving to teach Hindi. Thanking the Telangana government, he said that land has been provided to a good institution and therefore, Shri C.H. Malla Reddy, Minister of Labour, Employment, Telangana, must convey my best wishes to the Chief Minister of the Government of Telangana for this work. We are all realizing the dream of Gandhi in which we have to further empower the 22 languages of the country which are included in the 8th schedule of the Constitution and the important responsibility of connecting them is on Hindi. This is a language which has elegance and lexicon as well. This will probably be a language with more than 9 lakh words and this power is definitely coming from its relationship with these 22 languages of the country.

In the new education policy, we have come up with education in mother tongue. Language is not the word, but the spirit. In language, there is tradition, culture, life and value.

The Central Hindi Institute has 08 centres dedicated to Hindi. I expect all those who are associated with these 08 centres that they strive to make Hindi a contact language for 130 crore people. Today, the Hyderabad Centre building has been inaugurated on the land of Padma Bhushan Shri MoturiSatyanarayanji, who was an ardent follower of Mahatma Gandhi. Today, welfare and progress of languages, we need to take pledge. Mahatma Gandhi said that the nation which does not have the official language is dumb. All our languages are same and we have to empower all of them including Hindi that connects all languages.

Many countries have provided education in mother tongue. Examples of countries like Germany, France, Japan, Israel etc. are in front of us. All these countries have made a lot of progress in the field of research and technology by studying in the mother tongue. We also have to know foreign languages, but should not leave our roots. We are trying to make Indian Language University, so that people from different regions can learn the languages ​​of different states. It is very important that the people of the North learn the languages ​​of the South and the people of the South know the languages ​​of the North. This country will be one only if we are familiar with each other's culture, tradition and food. Hon'ble Prime Minister is very concerned about the development of regional languages ​​of India. He also has in his mind - Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat. I request the states to implement the system of education in the mother tongue. The new education policy will act as a cornerstone in developing Indian languages. The Central Hindi Institute can have a very big role in this regard. The objectives for which the institute has been set up should fulfil those objectives. About 14 thousand students / teachers have received training from Hyderabad center. They are all Hindi ambassadors. I believe that people will get direction in the near future through the Central Institute of Hindi.

The program was chaired by Shri C.H. Malla Reddy, Labour, Employment Minister, Telangana Government. In his presidential address, Mr. Reddy said that I was also present on the occasion of the foundation stone laying ceremony of the Hyderabad Center of the Central Hindi Institute. The then Honourable Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Mr. Satpal Singh was also present on the occasion of Bhoomi Pujan. Today I am present at the inauguration of this building, it is a matter of happiness. I request the Telangana government to provide more land to the institute, so that Hindi lovers will have a lot more facilities in future.

While delivering vote of thanks, Shri Anil Kumar Sharma ' Joshi ', Vice-Chairman, Central Hindi ShikshanMandal, Agra said that today everyone heard a historic speech. Today is a historic moment. The new building has been inaugurated in Telugu Pradesh, the birthplace of the founder of the Central Institute of Hindi, by the Hon’ble Education Minister, who has brought the New Education policy primarily centred on the languages. This is not just the inauguration of a building. This is an important milestone in the efforts to uplift the Hindi and Indian languages proposed in this education policy. The building is the manifestation of the efforts of the institution's founder late MoturiSatyanarayana.

Shri Anil Kumar Sharma ‘Joshi’ expressed his heartiest gratitude to honourable Minister of Education who visioned an education policy that would lead the future of crores of youth of this country to reach their goals. As the chairman of the Kendriya Hindi ShikshanMandal, the honourable minister has hundreds of dreams for Hindi and Indian languages ​​in his mind and heart. His active guidance is the greatest strength of the Central Hindi Institute. Being a poet, writer, litterateur, he is deeply aware of the challenges facing Hindi and Indian languages. The Central Hindi Institute is endeavoring to prepare online courses for Hindi teaching-training in the present session. This effort of the institute will definitely be beneficial for the worldwide spread of Hindi. I welcome honourable Shri CH Malla Reddy ji on this occasion today. It is a happy coincidence that he was also present on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of Hyderabad Bhawan. I hope that when classes begin in this building, you will have a gracious presence in that program.



I also thank the honourable MPs and honorable MLAs of the region who provided continuous support during the construction work of this building. Today's program is also graced by learned members of the Kendriya Hindi ShikshanMandal. With their successful guidance, the organization is continuously moving forward, we are thankful for their continuous support and guidance. I am grateful to all the language admirers of Hindi, Telugu and other languages ​​which are associated with the program. Their cooperation is important to us. In the Corona era, the most important role in this virtual program is technology. For this, I am also grateful NIC who provided technical facilities. Many congratulations and gratitude to the Regional Director of Hyderabad Center, Mr.GangadharVanode for successfully coordinating the program at Hyderabad. Congratulations to Professor Beena Sharma, Director, Central Hindi Institute, Registrar and other officials and their entire team for coordinating and successful conduct of this entire program. I hope that with the guidance and cooperation of all of you, the institute will continue to achieve new achievements in the promotion of Hindi and in the flourishing of Indian languages.


The technical coordination was conducted by Shri AnupamShrivastava and the anchoring was done by Dr. JyotsnaRaghuvanshi at Headquarters, Agra. A multimedia presentation of the Hyderabad center was presented on the occasion in which the features of the newly constructed building of the Hyderabad center were introduced. The Regional Center Hyderabad carried out its activities since 1976 on a rented building. The newly built four-storeyed building with ground floor on the plot received from the Telangana government has been constructed through the Central Public Works Department, Hyderabad at a cost of about Rs 5.67 crore in 1000 square yards.


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