|Early Times Report|
JAMMU, Sept 14: In a fervent celebration of Hindi Diwas, the Government College of Education (GCOE), Jammu, organized a captivating and informative Poetry Competition. The event aimed to emphasize the significance and widespread usage of Hindi, our Matribhasha, and its pivotal role in fostering national integration. Faculty and students participated with unwavering enthusiasm.
Prof. Aekta Gupta, Principal of GCOE, eloquently highlighted the indispensability of Hindi in our daily lives, ranging from Indian films to television. She asserted that Hindi is not just widely used and loved in India but also in other countries.
Prof. Satish K Sharma, Head of the Hindi Department, welcomed attendees and delved into the historical journey of the Hindi language, tracing its origins back to the Vedic and Sanskrit eras. He emphasized the pride associated with Hindi and its role in shaping our cultural
Prof. Seema Kotwal, Dr. Taahira Shah, and Prof. Shalini Rana presided as judges for the poetry competition. The event was graced by the presence of Geetika Kohli, along with distinguished faculty members including Prof. Anju Bala, Dr. Rajinder Kour, Prof. Anuradha Choudhary, Dr. Sushma Bala, Prof. Vinay Lata, Prof. Neeraj Verma, Vikram Singh Jamwal, Daljeet Singh, and Karuna Balotra, among others.
The competition proved to be a creative and informative platform, revealing lesser-known facts about the Hindi language. It inspired everyone to contribute to the promotion and dissemination of Hindi language and culture to greater heights.
The program was meticulously organized by Prof. Seema Kumari, Prof. Sarita Dogra, and Arushi Sharma. Prof. Seema Kumari concluded the event with a vote of thanks, expressing gratitude for the participation and commitment of all involved.
The Poetry Competition at GCOE, Jammu, served as a poignant reminder of the importance of Hindi language and its role in unifying the nation, while also celebrating its rich cultural heritage. It was an occasion marked by enlightenment, enthusiasm, and a shared commitment to preserving and promoting Hindi language and culture.