Kalinga University celebrated Hindi Diwas. Students’ splendid performance at the event captured everyone’s attention.

Kalinga University celebrated Hindi Diwas. Students’ splendid performance at the event captured everyone’s attention.

Raipur (mediasaheb.com) | The ‘Apni Baat’ program was organized by the students on Hindi Diwas celebrations under the aegis of the Department of Hindi under the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Kalinga University. The function was inaugurated by lighting the lamp and garlanding the Statue of Maa Saraswati and the classical Hindi litterateurs. First of all, Sachin Pandey, a BA fifth-semester student, gave an impressive lecture on the importance of Hindi. After this, the students of BA fifth semester presented an attractive group dance.
In this sequence, Latika and Mukesh of the third semester of graduation recited their own poetry. Huneshwari Sinha, a student of BAJMC fifth semester, highlighted the merits of the Hindi language through her succinct lectures. Under the program ‘Khel-khel’ gave a wonderful presentation on English-Hindi translation. In which the students participated enthusiastically.
In the next phase of the function, Anisha and Aniti, the students of the fifth semester of graduation, organized a puzzle competition in the program ‘BoojhoTo Jaano’. After this,the students of BA 3rd semester gave a beautiful message on Hindi Diwas through a street play.
In the end, Dr. Ajay Shukla, HoD of Hindi Department spoke on the importance and achievements of this event. The program was conducted by Khushi Mishra and Yogendra Paikra, the fifth-semester students. While the vote of thanks was expressed
by the students of Bachelor of Arts – fifth semester Khushi. Mishra did it. On this occasion, Dean of Student Welfare Cell Dr. Asha Ambhaikar, Dean of Arts Faculty Dr. Vijay Anand, Mr. AK Kaul, Dr. Anita Samal, Dr. Shraddha Hirakne, Mr. Chandan
Singh Rajput, Mr. Rajkumar Das, Mrs. Tuhina Choubey, Ms. Aakriti Devangan, Ms. Geetika Brahmbhatt, Ms. Jessica Minz, Dr. Manoj Mathew and all the professors and students were present.