GANDERBAL: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Vice-Chancellor, Prof Mehraj ud Din Mir has inaugurated Hindi Pakhvara celebrations, organised by the varsity’s Rajbhasha Cell.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Mir said the administrative staff of the varsity have evinced keen interest in learning Hindi and majority of them have passed all the three programmes Prabodh, Praveen and Pragya courses with good percentage of marks.
He said the administrative staff is now trying to use Hindi in official work and correspondence with other central government institutions.
“The language is a medium to communicate and understand each other properly and learning different languages, including Hindi can be highly beneficial for an individual, particularly the employees working in different educational institutions,” he said.
Finance Officer, Bashir Ahmad Haji also shared his thoughts on the occasion.
Hindi Adhikari, Sakina Akhter on the occasion informed the participants about the activities to be conducted during the Pakhvara. She said different competitions would be organised among the administrative staff on Translation and Transcription and the winners would be suitably awarded.