Vice President Venkaiah Naidu called for equal respect to all the languages ​​and emphasized that no language should be imposed or opposed. He addressed an online event organized by Madhuban Educational Books on the occasion of Hindi Divas 2020. Naidu said that all our languages ​​have a rich history. We should be glad of our language diversity and cultural heritage. To enhance goodwill, love, and affection among the citizens, Naidu suggested that students from non-Hindi speaking states learn Hindi. The students from Hindi speaking states should know one more Indian language, like Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada. Expressing happiness over the importance of mother tongue in National Education Policy 2020, Naidu called for providing education in mother tongue for comprehensive education. "This helps the children in understanding the subject better. Also, they can express themselves better," he said. Naidu noted that education in the mother tongue would necessitate the easy availability of good books in Hindi and other Indian languages. He said publishing houses would have an essential role in this. Expressing the need for all Indian languages ​​to develop together, Naidu called upon the publishers and educators to enhance dialogue between our languages. Mr. Naveen Rajlani, Chief Executive Officer of Madhuban Educational Books, Professor Usha Sharma from National Council of Educational Research and Training, Professor Saroj Sharma from Indraprastha University, and Professor. Pawan Sudhir from National Council of Educational Research and Training, were among the dignitaries present on occasion.

VP Naidu calls for providing education in mother tongue for inclusive education

Vice President Venkaiah Naidu called for equal respect to all the languages ​​and emphasized that no language should be imposed or opposed. He addressed an online event organized by Madhuban Educational Books on the occasion of Hindi Divas 2020. Naidu said that all our languages ​​have a rich history. We should be glad of our language diversity and cultural heritage.

To enhance goodwill, love, and affection among the citizens, Naidu suggested that students from non-Hindi speaking states learn Hindi. The students from Hindi speaking states should know one more Indian language, like Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada.

Expressing happiness over the importance of mother tongue in National Education Policy 2020, Naidu called for providing education in mother tongue for comprehensive education. “This helps the children in understanding the subject better. Also, they can express themselves better,” he said.

Naidu noted that education in the mother tongue would necessitate the easy availability of good books in Hindi and other Indian languages. He said publishing houses would have an essential role in this.

Expressing the need for all Indian languages ​​to develop together, Naidu called upon the publishers and educators to enhance dialogue between our languages.

Mr. Naveen Rajlani, Chief Executive Officer of Madhuban Educational Books, Professor Usha Sharma from National Council of Educational Research and Training, Professor Saroj Sharma from Indraprastha University, and Professor. Pawan Sudhir from National Council of Educational Research and Training, were among the dignitaries present on occasion.

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