Ujjain: A two-day national seminar on potential of Hindi in IT domain was inaugurated at Vikram University by Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Kendriya Vishwavidyalaya vice chancellor Dr Prakash Bartuniya and Dr Sureshchandra Shukla at Vagdevi Bhawan of the university on Thursday. The event is being organised by department of studies of Hindi and the inaugural programme was presided over by Dr Harisingh Pal. Head of the department Prof Shailendra Kumar Sharma and Prof Premlata Chutail delivered the welcome speech on this occasion.
In his speech Dr Prakash Bartuniya said, “Hindi language has great potential and its use in information and technology (IT) sector will prove to be a big boost.” Magazine Spile-Darpan’s editor Dr Sureshchandra Shukla said the new technology is playing an important role to promote Hindi language internationally. Prof Sharma also shared his view and said that changes are taking place in all Indian languages and vernaculars in new phase of information and technology.
On this occasion, guests released a collection of poetries written by Dr Shukla. The programme was conducted by Dr Jagdishchandra Sharma and vote of thanks was extended by Dr Raju Rajeshwar Shastri Musalgaonkar. On the day of inauguration, Dr Harisingh Pal, Dr Shahabuddin Niyaz, Mohammed Sheikh, Dr Yogendranath Mishra, Dr Muslagaonkar, Dr DD Bediya, Dr Prabhu Choudhary and many other experts participated in the seminar, Sharma added.
DR Sharma informed that Dr Vandana Jain, Sudha Shrivastava, Surajkumar Tripathi, Dr Krishnakumar Shrivastava, Dr Shyam Nirmal presented their researches during the session. Dr Rupali Sarye and Dr Ajay Sharma conducted the session and gratitude was expressed by Dr Shweta Pandya. The guests were welcomed by Dr Jagdishchandra Sharma, Dr Rakesh Dandh, Pratishtha Sharma, Rachana Jain, Hina Tiwari, Anil Junwal, Dr Ajay Sharma, Dr Sanjay Goad and Mohan Tomar.
Sharma further informed that the concluding programme will be held on Friday under the chairmanship of vice chancellor Prof Balkrishna Sharma. Dr Harisingh Pal, Dr D Karnawat and other scholars from different parts of the country will take part in the programme. Coordinator Prof Geeta Nayak, Dr Jagdishchandra Sharma, co-coordinator Dr Pratishtha Sharma and Dr Rachana Jain appealed the scholars and intellectuals to take part in the seminar.