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  • The closing ceremony of Hindi week concluded in Kharagpur factory

Kharagpur, Hindi got constitutional status on September 14, 1949. Since then 14 September is celebrated as Hindi Diwas all over India. Hindi week was celebrated from 14th September to 21st September at Kharagpur factory. Hindi week celebrations were celebrated with great pomp on 21st September. On this occasion, Hindi essay, Hindi speech competition, Hindi noting and draft writing competitions were organized for the employees.

The Chief Guest of the closing ceremony was Bijay Kumar Rath, Chief Operations Manager, Kharagpur Factory. Deputy Chief Official Language Officer, Abdul Hai welcomed the chief guest with a bouquet. Other officers included Deputy Chief Mechanical Engineer (Diesel) Ashutosh Kumar, Deputy Chief Electrical Engineer (ERS-POH) Babul Burman, Deputy Chief Mechanical Engineer (Carriage) P.K. Patnaik, Senior Accounts Officer Shankar Dubey, Deputy Chief Mechanical Engineer (Haldia) Narendra Kumar etc. were present.

The winners of Hindi essay competition, speech competition and Hindi noting and draft writing competitions like Prakash Ranjan, Rupesh Kumar, Dhirendra Kumar Pandey, Arpita De, Saurabh Tripathi etc. were rewarded by giving citation and cash amount. Prakash Ranjan wrote Atal ji’s poem “Congratulations come to aaye”, Virendra Pandey wrote Ramdhari Singh Dinkar ji’s poem “Tolerance”, Tarakeswar Sharma ghazal, Ved Prakash Mishra wrote Neeraj ji’s poem “Those who shed tears by secretly” read of

In making the program successful, the contribution of Ved Prakash Mishra, Paswan and Secretaries of Official Language Manish Chandra Jha, Virendra Pandey and V Srinivas, Madan Kumar etc. was commendable. Chief guest Bijay Kumar Rath and Deputy Chief Official Language Officer Abdul Hai congratulated both for the success of the programme.

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