Aizawl, Sept 25: The many Mizo youths in Mizoram are eager to learn Hindi. This was the note with which the 3-day National Seminar on Significance and Importance of Hindi here was concluded yesterday.
Speaking on the concluding day of the seminar, Higher & Technical Minister R. Romawia said that the Mizos came to know Hindi language only after India Independence. This is the reason why the Mizos lags behind others in speaking Hindi, he said.
Minister R. Romawia called on the Resource Persons at the National Seminar to acknowledge the same and therefore help take steps and organise a Seminar like this time on other occasions.
The many Mizo youths in the State are eager to learn Hindi, the Minister said, calling on the Hindi teachers in the State to put more effort in their endeavour.
The Minister and the Chief Guest on the occasion gave away Certificates to the Resource Persons at the National Seminar. He also released Dr. H. Dengkimi, Principal, MHTC authored ‘Grammatical Categories of Hindi & Mizo Language- A Constructive Study’.
Organised jointly by Mizoram Hindi Training College and Central Hindi Directorate, Ministry of Human Resource Development, New Delhi the 3-day “National Seminar on Significance and Importance of Hindi in the Development of languages of the North East India” was held at Mizoram Hindi Training College auditorium.
7 Resource Persons from the Centre (from different States of India) and 8 Resource Persons from Mizoram presented their papers during the seminar.
Underlining the significance and the importance of Hindi, Parliamentary Secretary H.Zothangliana had said on the first day of the seminar that for being a citizen of India one needs to learn Hindi. It is necessary for national integration, he added.