Practice based Parangat Hindi Course for Central Government Employees
Govt to introduce Practice based Parangat Hindi Course for Central Government Employees to make them carry out their official work in Hindi
Govt of India, Department of Official Language has introduced a new practice “Parangat” to increase the working knowledge of the Central Government employees. The OM is reproduced below.
File No. 12012/03/2015- OL(Policy)
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
Department Official Language
NDCC-Il Building, ‘B’ Wing
4th Floor, Jai Singh Road
New Delhi – 110001
Dated 22 April, 2015
Subject: Implementation of new practice based ‘Parangat’ course to make Central Government personnel proficient to carry out their official work in Hindi – regarding.
In compliance to the Presidential orders issued under the recommendation No.16.7( a) of the Seventh Report of the Committee of Parliament on Official Language, a decision has been taken to implement a new practice based ‘Parangat’ course for all the
personnel of the Ministries / Departments, their attached & subordinate offices, Public Sector undertakings / Statutory/Autonomous Bodies / Enterprises/ Agencies/ Corporations & Nationalized Banks owned or controlled by the Union Government, who possess ‘working knowledge of Hindi’ to make them proficient to carry out their official work in
2. This program will be implemented from the financial year 2015-16. The course classes will be conducted by Central Hindi Training Institute/ Hindi Teaching Scheme, Department of Official Language during office working hours.
All the personnel of the Ministries I Departments, their attached & subordinate offices, Public Sector undertakings I Statutory Bodies I Enterprises/ Agencies/ Corporations & Nationalized Banks owned or controlled by the Union Government, who possess ‘Working Knowledge of Hindi’ will be eligible for this ‘Parangat’ training.
4. Contents of the course:-
(i). ‘Parangat’ course will be mainly based on practice, in which 80% of training time will be scheduled for practice and 20 percent time to discuss the theoretical aspects of the course.
(ii). Contents of the course will focus on the following topics:-
1. Administration 2. Finance 3. Banking 4. Science and Technology 5. Glossary of Terms
5. This course will be conducted by Central Hindi Training Institute under two arrangements.
(i). In first arrangement intensive training programme will be completed in 20 working days (160 Hrs)
(ii). In second arrangement training classes will be conducted for I hour or for I hour 30 minutes on alternate days. This programme will be completed in 05 months.
Central Hindi Training Institute will issue the course calendar.
6. Examination:- The examination will be conducted at the end of the course as per conventional system.
( Poonam Juneja )
Joint Secretary to the Government of India