Over 3000 Hindi teachers required in Nagaland: Yitachu
State government is putting all effort for employing Hindi teachers in both public and private schools
Dimapur, September 22
The Nagaland Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti (Hindi Uchchatar Vidyalaya), Kohima along with the rest of the country held its Annual Hindi Diwas Celebration at Don Bosco Hr. Secondary School, Kohima on September 20 with Parliamentary Secretary for School Education, Yitachu gracing the occasion as the chief guest with variety of cultural items and patriotic songs.
Addressing the invitees and students of NRPS, the Parliamentary Secretary expressed his happiness at the progress of Hindi education in the State, while commending the students on their zeal and energy, showcasing their creative talents to enthrall the audiences on the occasion. Stressing on the importance of Hindi as the national language and the progress of Hindi education in the State, Yitachu maintained that the State had witnessed a significant growth in Hindi education and we cannot avoid the official/national language in the State along with the nation and the world. “To have transformation it needs to reach the 90% rural population of the state with Hindi and the message is clear that Hindi should be commutation system in the state.” He pointed out that State government is putting all effort for employing Hindi teachers both in public and private schools in the State by providing one Hindi teacher each to GPS, GMS, GSS, GHSS in Govt. Schools and one each in middle level and secondary level private schools in the State for which more than 3200 Hindi teachers are required.
Recently DSE advertise 113 Hindi teacher posts where more than thousand candidates applied for the posts. He encouraged the students to be hardworking and steadfast in their vocation as challenges are tough. “The level of competition for appointment as Hindi teachers had gone up comparing to past years, so along with speaking skills degree and knowledge is very much essential and as you prove yourself you will shine in Hindi not only as Hindi teacher but other professions including the trade. The Hindi officers and teachers must take challenges for Hindi education as a mission. If reach out to every person, it will be well done as a nation. Restructuring process is going on in the department after which Hindi teachers also will have opportunity to reach up to the post of deputy director, Jt. director, and director and even to the post of principal director if a person is having required qualification and ability, for that one should be best among the best.”
He also expressed that every language is good and important in its own prospective. There should be a language to bring closer to one another for communication, knowledge, national integrity, oneness, brotherhood for the progress and development of this great nation India.
He also exhorted the students to spread awareness of the National language in every part of the State as future educationists, which would in turn foster good relations with the rest of the Hindi speaking people of the country. He also stressed on the need for students in schools to take Hindi as an important subject as the National language.
Speaking on the occasion Zaveyi Nyekha, Director, School Education, the guest of honor also while pointing Hindi as the medium of communication in most trade centres in the country and even abroad, stressed on the need for the local populace in learning to speak basic Hindi. The director also cited the significance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Hindi at the UNO while encouraging the need to support and uphold Hindi as an important language that should be taught in public as well as private institutions.
Meanwhile, a half yearly journal “Purvottar Bharati Darpan” a book on Naga folktales in Hindi (First of its kind) and a Hindi song book published by the Nagaland Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti, Kohima was released on the occasion by the chief guest in the presence of the Director, Zaveyi Nyekha, Zakienei Khoubvu L.O. (Hindi) Savilie Kruneilie, Chairman, NRBPS, Gulab Chandra, Vice Principal, (Govt. Hindi Institute, Dimapur) Rochunlo Tep, Vice President ANHTU and other invitees. The programme was moderated by Dr. BP. Prhilip, Sachiv, NRBPS, and vote of thanks was delivered by Principal, Omprakash Tiwari, NRPS Hindi Uchchatar Vidyalaya, Kohima.