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Series of events mark Hindi Diwas in Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur, Sep 14: Hindi Diwas was celebrated in Jamshedpur on Wednesday, September 14. To mark the day, schools, colleges, other educational institutions organised various programmes.

Hindi elocution competition was organised at the auditorium of Motilal Nehru Public School. Dr Ragini Bhushan was the chief guest in the programme.

During the contest the students displayed their oratory skills. The students of eighth class recited a single poem, in fifth group the students of class IX and tenth presented speech.

The day was also celebrated at Sant Nandlal Smriti Vidya Mandir, Ghatshila with great enthusiasm.

Various programs were organized on Hindi Diwas in Upgraded High School, Krishnapur.

The Department of Hindi at Srinath University in Adityapur organised a programme in the university auditorium to mark the day.

Sheyn International School organized Hindi Diwas Pakhwada. On the occasion, the school morning assembly was conducted fully in Hindi. Poetry recitation coupled with ‘Nukkad Natak’ was presented by the students.

The program at RVS Academy began with Sanskrit shlokas. Students of class I and II presented the drama. Students of class VI to class X staged street play.

Govind Vidyalaya, Tamulia celebrated Hindi Diwas on Wednesday.  A special assembly and Hindi essay competition was also conducted among senior students from class ‘VI’ to ‘X’ which gave the students a chance to exhibit the literary flair.

At Jusco School Kadma, several competitions like slogan writing, spell bee, story writing, poster making, and poetry writing were conducted for students of class I to XII. All the students participated with zeal and enthusiasm. Principal of Jusco School Kadma, Jhumjhumi Nandi gave certificates to the winners.

Hindi Diwas is celebrated on September 14 annually to promote the language and its usage across the nation. The day also marks celebrating the birthday of Beohar Rajendra Simha who played a crucial role in getting Hindi in Devanagari script.

The first Hindi Day was celebrated on September 14, 1953, after the then Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru decided to commemorate this day as Hindi Diwas.

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