Oct 10, 2009

केंद्रीय हिंदी प्रशिक्षण संस्थान/ उपसंस्थानों के बारे जानकारी

कई मित्रों ने केंद्रीय हिंदी प्रशिक्षण संस्थान के बारे में जानकारी देने का अनुरोध किया है । यह जानकारी राजभाषा विभाग की वेबसाइट पर उपलब्ध है तथा वेबसाइट का लिंक हम पहले ही ब्लॉग पर दे चुके हैं। फ़िर भी सुविधा के लिए हम इससे संबंधित राजभाषा विभाग की वेबसाइट पर उपलब्ध अद्यतन जानकारी यहाँ दे रहे हैं -

Central Hindi Training Institute/Hindi Teaching Scheme
Hindi Training Programmes
Under the aegis of the Hindi Teaching Scheme and the Central Hindi Training Institute working as a subordinate office of the Deptt. of Official Language, Ministry of Home Affairs. Govt. of India , there are three type of training programmes e.i. Hindi Language, Hindi Typing and Hindi Stenography are being run throughout the country. Hindi training is being imparted to the Central government employees, as well as, to the Private Sector under takings.
The training is being imparted through full time centres, as well as, through part time centers.
Types of training programmes
There are four type of courses being implemented under the scheme :-
1. In service training {Through full time and part time training centers}.
2. Correspondence courses of Hindi language and Hindi typing.
3. Intensive courses of Hindi lanuage/Hindi Typing and Hindi Stenography of short duration.
4. Self learning through web by software packages of Leela Probodh, Leela Praveen and Leela Pragya.
Regional Offices and Sub Institutes
There are five regional offices of Hindi Teaching Scheme located at Delhi , Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Guwahati and also, Five Sub training institutes located at Mumbai, Kolkata, Banglore, Chennei and Hydrabad.
Status of Hindi training centres

At present, there are 118 Hindi Language full time training centre, 14 part time Hindi Language centres, 22 full time Hindi typewriting and stenography centres 21 part-time centres. Thus total there are 175 training centres.
New Dimensions
1. To fulfill the increasing demand of Hindi training of the North Eastern region a New regional head quarter has been established at Guwahati and new Hindi training centres have been established at: Imphal, Aizole and Agartala.
2. Almost all the typing/Stenography centers have been computerized.
3. The rewritten Prabodh Course is being taught from January, 2006 in the Intensive Training Programme of CHTI/Sub Institute and Hindi Teaching Scheme.
4. The rewritten Praveen Course is being taught from Jan., 2009 in the Intensive Training Programme of CHTI/Sub Institute and Hindi Teaching Scheme.
5. Further, Printing of rewritten Pragya Course is under process. It will be started in due course.
6. To bring transparancy in the training programmes the annual calender of training programmes, as well as, result of all the Hindi examinations have been made available on the web.
(दिनांक: 10-10-2009 rajbhasha.gov.in पर उपलब्ध जानकारी के अनुसार)

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