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Saral Hindi and Urdu Classes which are conducted in the premises of the HPS also started during this period. Procedure for admissions in the Saral Hindi Classes conducted at other centres also commenced.
Premchand is such a writer who is true representative of Hindustani. His birth anniversary was celebrated on 31st July 2108 at HPS by organising a story telling programme in the evening which was presented by the renowned group Kathakathan. Famous film artist Naseeruddin Shah was specially present on the occasion. In his address he laid the emphasis on giving importance to our own languages.
A large number of audience thoroughly enjoyed the stories presented in radio play style.
As a part of our project of meeting with the Hindi teachers and others, a one such event was organised at Islampur, Sangli which was given the shape of State Level Convention by the hosts Maltidevi Vasantdada Patil Womens' College. In this convention, college and school teachers from Islampur, Sangli, Miraj, Sholapur and Kolhapur took part and discussed about the recent trends in education and place of Hindi in that. Sanjiv Nigam, HPS who is an eminent writer, guided them about the modern requirements of Hindi teaching. The convention was chaired by Adv Dhairyasheel who is a member Senate, Shivaji University.
At the end of the Convention it was decided by the participants to organize a national level such event at Shivaji University in Nov- Dec. this year.
Libraries established by the HPS in Raipur & Durg Central Jails were inaugurated on 6th & 7th July 2018 respectively. The police officials were full of appreciation for HPS for this project. Sanjiv Nigam of HPS explained the purpose behind this initiative and interacted with some of the prisoners. Rakesh Kumar Tripathi was also present.
A unique project is undertaken by the HPS that is involving the teachers of different educational institutions and active persons from other fields at different locations to make an organised effort for promotion of Hindustani. The first such meeting of like minded persons was held on 18th June 18 at Panchgani in which teachers from various schools, office bearers of Rotary Club, businessmen and representative of Old Mens' Association participated. Feroze Pacth, Trustee & Hon. Secretary alongwith Sanjiv Nigam and Rakesh Kumar Tripathi interacted with the local participants.
In this meeting, various suggestions were discussed which can be implemented locally. Representatives of Rotary Club assured that they will also coordinate one project involving various schools.
Within these three months, books and racks for libraries were made available to 16 Central Prisons of 3 states i.e. UP, Chhattisgarh and Kerala and 2 libraries for foreign libraries [Mauritius & Sri Lanka ].
This could be termed as a big achievement for the HPS.
Mr. Sanjiv Nigam held a meeting with the DGP, Prisons, Kerala in Thiruvanantpuram on 25th May 2018 regarding our library project. As they have books in Malyalam, English and Tamil in their Jails, it was decided to supply Hindi books to their Jails and subscribe few Hindi magazines.
Process for admissions in Hindi – Urdu and Foreigner Classes commenced for the ensuing academic year.
On 8 th May 2018, A meeting was held with the ADG, Prisons of Telangana in Hyderabad in which Mr. Sanjiv Nigam discussed about our library project for Central Prisons and got the approval for the same. He was accompanied by Mr. Rakesh Kumar Tripathi .
As the closing ceremony of the celebration of our 75th year, a two day All India Conference was organised on 5th & 6th May 2018 in the premises of the HPS. This conference was titled "Janbhasha Diwas" as per our ideology of Hindustani. Many renowned scholars from various fields participated in the conference. The conference was attended by lecturers, research scholars, literary persons, students etc.
Process of sending of books to Mahatma Gandhi Institute, Mauritius and Kelaniya University, Sri Lanka commenced.
Permissions were received from Andhra Pradesh and Kerala Jail authorities to open libraries in central jails of their states.
On 20th April 2018, HPS team led by Mr. Feroze Patch visited Nagpur Central Jail for the inauguration of the library established by the HPS. He was accompanied by Mr.Sanjiv Nigam and Mr. Rakesh Kumar Tripathi.
A team of the HPS visited Lajpore Jail, Surat and Central Jail, Vadodra to inspect the libraries set up by HPS in these jails on 12th April 2018. Mr. Feroze Patch alongwith Mr. Sanjiv Nigam and Mr. Rakesh Kumar Tripathi interacted with the jail officials and some prisoners and reviewed the functioning of the libraries. It was noted with satisfaction that prisoners are being greatly benefitted with these libraries.