AICTE Authorizes Three Technical Institutes in Haryana to Start Undergraduate Hindi Language Courses | AFN News


Previous story:

Motul refines power and performance with new version of flagship 300V engine oil

AICTE authorizes three technical institutes in Haryana to start undergraduate courses in Hindi language

Posted on October 9, 2021

AICTE grants 210 additional supernumerary places for undergraduate Hindi language courses to three government technical institutes

Haryana government institutes to start undergraduate technical courses in Hindi language.

New Delhi : The National Education Policy 2020 has placed emphasis on the promotion of the Indian language. The same has also been pointed out by Prime Minister Shri Narender Modi on several occasions. On this basis, AICTE has made arrangements for technical institutes to start regional language courses for students to continue technical education in their mother tongue. Three Haryana State Universities have now received permission from AICTE to begin undergraduate courses in Hindi in which 210 supernumerary places have been approved.

The NEP foresees that higher education institutions will use the mother tongue / local language as the language of instruction, and / or offer bilingual programs, in order to increase access and the gross enrollment ratio. It will also promote the strength, use and vibrancy of all Indian languages. The policy recognizes that knowledge of India’s rich diversity must be taken in directly by learners. In addition, the creation of such programs and the transmission of knowledge in regional languages ​​are likely to expand employment opportunities for students, especially in rural areas, who can effectively use higher qualifications.

Three Haryana State Universities have come forward to begin undergraduate technical programs in Hindi from the 2021-22 academic year. JC Bose University of Science & Technology, Faridabad received 30 supernumerary places in Mechanical Engineering. Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology, Sonepat has secured 30 supernumerary places each in undergraduate mechanical engineering and electrical engineering programs. Likewise, Guru Jambeshwar University of Science & Technology, Hissar received approval for 30 supernumerary seats each in undergraduate programs in Electronics and Communications Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Information Technology .

To facilitate the students, adopt and learn the technical curriculum in regional languages, AICTE has already prepared books for first year undergraduate courses in 5 regional languages, namely Hindi, Tamil, Telgu , Bengali and Marathi. Likewise, first year books for Diploma students in 8 regional languages ​​have also been prepared. The 8 languages ​​are Hindi, Tamil, Telgu, Bengali, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujrati and Kanada. Work on translating books into Urdu is currently underway at AICTE. The translation work was undertaken by AICTE using an artificial intelligence-based translation tool.

In order to express his commitment to providing the content, a set of books was also presented to the Honorable Chief Minister of Haryana, Shri Manohar Lal by Prof. MP Poonia on September 29, 2021. He stated that “the Indian language is a repository of our ancient wisdom. When linked to technical education, it has great potential and scope for rediscovering new dimensions. Students from rural areas, in particular, have immense potential and such regional language books will help them acquire technical knowledge. This will allow these students to apply their experiential learning in a much better form and help them become employable and serve society.


Leave A Reply