In a bid to advertise Hindi globally, India is internet hosting college students of the language from 13 nations, together with Australia, Italy, Japan and South Korea. The Hindi students could be getting a style of the tradition and heritage of the nation throughout their keep.
The 31 college students are on a 10-day go to to India underneath a particular programme of the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) known as the Hindi Vishwa Yatra.
Under the programme, the ICCR facilitates visits of Hindi-speaking college students overseas to India in order that they’ll expertise the nation’s tradition whereas interacting with establishments and audiences within the nation. The programme sometimes contains a wide range of classes similar to Hindi workshops, conferences with Indian universities and establishments in addition to visits to locations of cultural significance.
The present batch has college students from Australia, Italy, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Japan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, South Africa, Poland, Fiji, Mauritius, Russia and Sri Lanka.
During their keep in India, students have visited the Red Fort, the Prime Minister’s museum and the National School of Drama, in New Delhi.
“The current batch of students have been either nominated by the universities and institutions where they are studying or are learning Hindi at the ICCR cultural centres,” ICCR president Vinay Sahasrabuddhe mentioned.
He mentioned the go to was an effort to make Hindi a common language and improve its footprint throughout the globe. The ICCR additionally runs particular on-line Hindi courses for overseas college students in affiliation with the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).