Workshop on language of North East concluded

 

Itanagar

The three days workshop on language of North East, its preservation and development concluded  here on Sunday.

Addressing the function as chief guest Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister’s Advisor Tai Tagak said that “we are Arunahalee and very much Indian”. We are not disputed and we are very much patriotism and event in last border point people understand and speak Hindi and is the communication language and the medium of interaction is Hindi and very much Indian feeling in mind and soul.

On August 11 our state government have take a decision to created Department of Indigenous Faith & Cultural Affairs (DIFCA) which will also deal with language , script and other issues for preservation of language.

Recalling many civilisation disappeared in history and we need to start for saving our identity through language with script which may have a beginning from Arunachal.

Tagak said that an organisation in name of Arunachal Hindi sansthan have been established which got registered recently and appeal the official of the Kendra as well as Regional Hindi Sansthan to support the local organisation in their endeavours.

Appealing the scholars/researchers and educationist to work hard with sincerity for preservation of mother tongue and work to evolve a conscious script

Guest of Honour Arunachal Pradesh Agriculture Marketing Board (APAMB) Chairman and former MLA Ngurang Pinch in his address said that it is a great pleasure to see that many young students from state now have turned into scholars and educationist and teach in Hindi and even write books. Specially in NE is greatest gift of the god although we are different in tradition and culture and live together and understand other language upto some extend. He said that language is a part of any society and it enable to communicate and express with each other.

Language is not lacking behind but in dangerous position and would extent slowly and it would be a shame if these unique language and culture are lost. if it is not preserved which is a challenge for us and appeal one and all to work tirelessly in the field of education, language tradition and culture.

He congratulated the scholars/professors and teachers for their contribution in nation building through their knowledge of power through education.

A book “ Hindi-Nyishi learning dictionary” written by Dr. Joram Aniya Tana, Dr. Techi Upen Tara, Tai Tungung, Kipa Punam, Dominic Tok, Tame Anthony sponsored by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Agra was released on the occasion.

Bhartiya Bhasa Manch, New Delhi, Chairman Professor.Vrishabb Prasad Jain, Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Guwahati Regional Director Professor Rajveer Singh, Dera Natung Government College Principal Kumar Tok, Associate Professor Joram Aniya Tana, Yachuli Government College Principal I/C  Dr. Techi U0ppen Tara among other address the gathering.

Earlier the last technical session which witness since morning wherein discussion on the language of the region and its development and preservation was participated by Manipur University HOD Hindi department Professor H Subadhni, Mizoram university, Hindi Department, Professor Sanjay Kumar, Tripura University, Hindi Department Dr. Milan Rani Jamatia & Dr. Jai Kosal, DNGC  Associate/Asstiant Professor Dr. Madhuprana Bhattacharjee, Mema Chiri, Yanam Gapak,

Scholars from New Delhi, Agra, Ujjain, Gwalior, Guwahati and almost all parts of NE region  represent and took part in the three days workshop.