[lg policy] India (Goa):

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Tue Jan 19 16:05:53 UTC 2010

Panaji: Workshop Held to Teach Use of Computers in Using Hindi Language

>>From Our Special Correspondent
Daijiworld Media Network - Panaji

Panaji, Jan 18: A day-long Hindi workshop held at NIO recently. The
theme of the workshop was ‘karyalayeen Hindi aur computer par Hindi ka
saral prayog’. The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Satish R. Shetye,
Director NIO. In his  speech on the occasion Dr. Shetye said that he
is very optimistic about the progressive use of Hindi in his
organization. Dr. Ravindra Nath Mishra, Professor (Hindi), Goa
University was present as special guest of the inaugural session.

In his address Dr. Mishra said that he is really impressed with the
Officers and the staffs as they were taking keen interest to learn
Hindi. He further requested the participants to make a habit to work
in Hindi. Dr. Rajiv Nigam, a senior scientist of NIO said that Hindi
is growing slowly as a world language and we all are committed to
establish our national and official language at his right place.
Earlier,  Dr. Zakir Ansari, Sub Chairman, Official Language
Implementation Committee, NIO welcomed the guests as well as
participants This workshop was organized in two sessions with a view
to encourage more and more staff to work in Hindi and to sort out
their problems occurs during work in Hindi on computer.

In the first session Mr. Devki Nandan Pathak, Pradhyapak, Hindi
teaching scheme, taught the Official Language policy of Central Govt.
to the staffs and trained them to write notes, draft and letter in
Hindi. In the second session Mr. Rakesh Sharma elaborated the easy
techniques of machine translation and computer typing in Hindi. At the
end of the day certificates distributed among the staffs who
successfully participated in the workshop. The programme was conducted
by Mr. Rakesh Sharma, Hindi Officer, NIO


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