RANCHI, SEPT 7, 2021
NTPC Coal Mining Headquarters, Ranchi is celebrating ‘Hindi Pakhwada’ from September 1 to 14.
As part of the celebration, Hindi Poetry recitation was held for employees’ children for Junior (Class 1 to 6) and Senior (Class 7 to 12) classes. Hindi Elocution competition was also organised for senior class children. The competitions were organised through online mode. The children participated in these competitions enthusiastically.
Speaking on the occasion, NTPC Coal Mining Headquarters Swayamsiddha Ladies Club President Mahua Mazumder, who was the Chief Guest of the program, said: “Today’s program is very special. Everybody tries to encourage the use of English language due to the need of our education system; but at the same time, we should also encourage the use of our “Rashtra Bhasa” Hindi language in our day-to-day life and in academics. There is a need for love and encouragement for promoting the Hindi language.”
She wished all the participants ‘all the best’ for the competition and success of the program. Her presence motivated the participants to perform with zeal and enthusiasm.
Coal Mining HQ General Manager (Human Resources) Alois Topno and Head (Mines Safety) Amit Kumar Dubey were the judges of the competition.
Speakers on the occasion opined that children’s participation in Hindi competitions should be encouraged. “Hindi is a popular, simple and accepted language; and has its origin from Sanskrit,” they said.
Various competitions like Hindi elocution, Handwriting/Sulekh competition for employees, associates and housewives will be organised during Hindi Pakhwada Celebration fortnight.