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  • Introduction

  • Development

  • Vision 2021

  • Photo Gallery

  • Audio Visual Gallery

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Notice Board

International Seminar - 'Sahitya Srijan se Rashtra Archan' (Dt. 4-5 Feb., 2018) Report

International Seminar - 'Bhakti Sahitya evam Sant Kabeer' (Dt. 27-28 Jan., 2018) Report

ADMISSION NOTICE for Regular Teachers Education Courses Academic Session 2018-2020 (Prospectus) (Application Form)

Hon'ble MoS-HRD inaugrates a new audotorium building named 'Atal Bihari Vajpeyee Antarrastriya Sabhagar', Newly published Book and Magazines also launched at this moment

Important Notice for the Applicants of Associate Professor and Professor regarding KHS Advt No.1/17(AT& T)

2nd list for Admission in PG Diploma in Mass Commn. & Hindi Journalism Course, Academic Session 2017-18. Last Date of Admission is 09.10.2017 (NEW) 

Advertisment for Academic and Administrative Posts in KHS

LIST OF ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES FOR ENTRANCE EXAM OF PG DIPLOMA IN MASS COMMN. & JOURNALISM - 2017-18 

'Swachchhta Saptah-2017' concludes successfully in KHS

Notification for admission to Evening Courses 2017-18 (Application Form) (Prospectus) (Advt. for Agra) (Advt. for Delhi 

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Introduction

Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, i.e. Central Institute of Hindi is an educational Institute established in 1960 by the Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. It is run by an autonomous organization: Kendriya Hindi Shikshan Mandal. The Institute mainly conducts various projects and activities for Teaching, Training, Research and Promotion & Propagation of Hindi at National and International level. The headquarter of the Institute is situated at Agra. It has eight regional centers in Delhi (estd. 1970), Hyderabad (estd. 1976), Guwahati (estd: 1978), Shillong (estd. 1987), Myssore (estd. 1988), Dimapur (estd. 2003), Bhuvaneswar (estd. 2003) and Ahmedabad (estd. 2006)

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Development

Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, i.e.: Central Institute of Hindi was established in 1960. Since then, the Institute keeps on extending its activities for the academic prograss, multidimensional research and promotion & propagation of Hindi in accordance to the aims and objectives as determined by its parent organization, i.e.: Kendriya Hindi Shikshan Mandal. It is a journey that completes more than five decades having a number of milestones. A brief eye view on the same is represented point to point here in this section.

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Vision 2021
  • Maximum application of the modern medium of communication and IT for Hindi language teaching and distant education.
  • Widespread promotion and propagation of Unicode
  • Making a massive portal and multilingual website
  • Depicting the importance of popular culture, Films, Folk Drama, Poetic Recitation programs, i.e. : Kavi Sammelan & Mushaira
  • Preservation of the varieties of Hindi and Set up of new centers
  • Film production on the life & works of renowned Hindi literatures of the country and abroad
  • Positive association with the institutes and universities globally
  • Preparation and practice of the standard courses & curriculums
  • Translation of the masterpieces of literature as well as books of knowledge and science in Hindi
  • Supporting the needful institutions for the development of Hindi

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Audio Visual Gallery

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Hindi Sevi Award Program (2008 & 2009)

Hindi Sevi Samman 2008-09

Hindi Sevi Award Program (2010 & 2011)

Golden Jubilee Video

Golden Jubilee of the Institute (A Short Film)

Important Links

Links of Websites & Web Portals containing useful information related to Hindi Teaching, Hindi Language Technology and Enrichment

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