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NIT Srinagar's Rajbhasha cell hosts first quarterly meeting

Prof. Sehgal appreciates work of the cell, says they are committed to implementing official language on campus

SRINAGAR: The Rajbhasha Cell of National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar on Monday held its first quarterly meeting at the Committee room of Electrical Engineering Department to review the implementation of Hindi language on the campus.

In his message, Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. (Dr.) Rakesh Sehgal said appreciated the work of the Rajbhasha cell and stated that all things are being streamlined for the implementation of the Hindi language on the campus.

He said there is a need to promote and popularize the Hindi language among the people. The language has its own history and legacy, he said.

"In future, we will try to get a good collection of books on Hindi language and literature for the central library, that would be beneficial for everyone," Prof. Sehgal said.

Registrar NIT, Prof Syed Kaiser Bukhari said all directions from the Department of Official Languages, Ministry of Home Affairs are being followed in letter and spirit.

'Several meetings were conducted this year for its full implementation on the campus," he said.

The meeting was attended by Hindi Officer, Dr. Ravi Bhushan (EED), and all other coordinators of the cell including Dr. Brajesh Kumar (CHE), Dr. R.P. Shukla (Civil Eng), Dr. Pramod Kumar Yadav (CSE), Dr. Neeraj Gupta (EE), Dr. Brajindra Singh Sengar (E&C).

Dr. H.S. Pali (ME), Dr. Amrit Pal Singh (IT), Dr. Atendra Kumar (Maths), Dr. Nasir F. Butt (HSSM), Dr. Mohd. Zubair Ansari (Physics) and Mr. Mohammad Hazik (AP (S&P | Legal) were also present in the meeting.

During the meeting, it was decided that the data related to the quarterly report must be submitted by departmental coordinators within a week of ending of each quarter.

The formal vote of thanks was presented by Hindi Officer Dr. Ravi Bhushan (EED).

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