Hindi workshop for cops

Port Blair
16 Dec 2017

On 14.12.2017, a one-day Hindi workshop was organised for the police department personnel in the Police Line Auditorium. The employees of various units of Andaman and Nicobar Police, including the India Reserve Corps took part. This workshop was inaugurated by Mr. Parvinder Singh, Superintendent of Police (Police Headquarters). The chief guest requested the employees to take full advantage of this workshop and to use Hindi as their main source of daily work and to find solutions to the difficulties in working in Hindi. Mr. Srikishan Meena, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Establishment), Andaman and Nicobar islands was the chief guest at the closing ceremony. He said that Hindi is our official language and we should not feel any hesitation in using it and further explained it to the incentive schemes being run by the Government of India urging participants to make use of the schemes. He appealed to the police department to get more work done from the police personnel and officials of Andaman and Nicobar Police Department in Hindi and under the Official Language Rules / Policy Implementation. In the end certificates were distributed to the participants. Mr. Michael Raj, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Armed Police) also distributed certificates to the participants. Mr. Meena welcomed all and suggested to feel proud use the official language and work in simple Hindi. Mr. Raj while expressing his views on this occasion, said that we should use the work that we have learned in this workshop today in the disposal of our daily work so that our department becomes a 100% Hindi complaint. In this workshop, Mr. Ajay Singh, Hindi Translator, Secretariat gave a lecture. The programme was conducted by Ms. Neelam Singh of the Hindi Unit of the Department.