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Kendriya Hindi Sansthan

Introduction: Kendriya Hindi Sansthan also known as the central institute of Hindi was started on 15th march 1951 by India’s first president Dr. Rajendra Prasad under the guidance of the all India conference of the red fort with the aim of creating a uniform level of Hindi language all-India pattern. The institute became an autonomous ‘central teaching of Hindi mandal’ on November 1st 1960 which was then registered in Lucknow. The primary function of Kendriya Hindi Sansthan is to provide academic programs, research programs as well as spread the awareness of the language Hindi. The institute provides Hindi language oriented research, linguistics and comparative literature etc. the basic scientific research programs as well as various levels of educational curriculum, educational materials, teacher preparation directories are also provided along. Because of all these programs, not only in India, the institute has obtained an international recognized reputation.

Academics: The institute offers various programmes under the following departments, teacher’s education, international Hindi teaching, orientation and language extension, material production for north-east, distance education, research and language development, information and language technology and evening courses. The institute has its branches over at various places all over the country at Agra (Head office), Delhi, Hyderabad, Guwahati, Shillong, Mysore, Dimapur, Bhuvaneshvar and Ahmedabad.

Research and Development: The institute offers a variety of projects for the following topics: international standard Hindi course, Hindi corpora, language-literature construction and public Hindi dictionary. The primary function of the Institute is to offer academic programs, research work as well as to spread the knowledge of Hindi. Initially, the primary function of Hindi Sansthan qualified non-Hindi speaking areas " for competent and effective teaching of the Hindi language, but then the educational promotion and development into the language the Institute expanded its approach and work area, within which the teaching-learning Hindi, Hindi language-oriented research, linguistics and comparative literature, etc. were involved. The basic scientific research programs as well as various levels began to operate the educational curriculum, educational materials, teacher preparation Directories etc. Wide approaches and programs that were highly detailed and vast scope of the event became Hindi Sansthan.