CENTRAL HINDI TRAINING INSTITUTE/HINDI TEACHING SCHEME

ABOUT US

INCEPTION

      HINDI TEACHING SCHEME

·                     In compliance with the constitutional provisions, the task of teaching Hindi to those employees of central government, who do not possess the knowledge of Hindi, was initiated by the Ministry of Education in July, 1952.

 

·                     In pursuance of the action taken on the suggestions contained in the President’s letter dated 12th June, 1955 addressed to the Minister of Home Affairs, it was decided that the work regarding teaching  Hindi to the  Central Government Employees be entrusted to the  Ministry of Home Affairs. Accordingly, since 1955 Hindi classes under the Hindi Teaching Scheme are being conducted during office hours under the aegis of Ministry of Home Affairs.

 

·                    The training of Hindi Language, Hindi Typing and Hindi Stenography under the Hindi Teaching Scheme was made compulsory in 1960.

 

·                    Since 1974, in addition to the employees of the Ministries of the Central Government and its attached and subordinate offices, training in Hindi, Hindi Typing and Hindi Stenography has also been made compulsory for the employees of the Corporations, Bodies, Companies, Undertakings, Banks etc. owned or controlled by the Central Government.

 

·                    Department of Official Language was established under the Ministry of Home Affairs in 1975 and Hindi Teaching Scheme was brought under the Department of Official Language.

 

·                    Hindi Teaching Scheme has five regional offices located at Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Guwahati.

 

·                    The training programmes are being conducted at fulltime as well as at part time centers.

INSTITUTE & SUB INSTITUTE

·                      Central Hindi Training Institute was established in 1985 with the objective of imparting in-service intensive training of Hindi Language/ Hindi Typing (Manual)/ Hindi Word Processing (Computer) & Hindi Stenography to the newly recruited officials immediately after they join Government service.

 

·                      Three Sub-Institutes were setup in Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru in 1988.

 

·                       Two more Sub-Institutes were established in Chennai and Hyderabad in 1990.

 

 

Vision

·                     To train all the personnel of the Central Government & the Undertakings, Corporations, Statutory Bodies and Nationalize Banks owned & controlled by the Central Government so that they can achieve proficiency in Hindi Language, Hindi Typing (Manual)/Hindi Word Processing (Computer) & Hindi Stenography and all the Official work can be done in Hindi,  in compliance with the provisions of the Constitution.

Mission:

·                     The mission of CHTI&HTS is to complete the work of training of Hindi to those Central Government Employees and its Undertaking, Statutory Bodies, Corporations and Banks who do not possess the working knowledge of Hindi by the year 2015.

 

·                     Besides this, to  impart training of Hindi Typing (Manual)/ Hindi Word Processing (Computer) & Hindi Stenography to Lower Division Clerks/Typists, Postal Assistants, Office Assistants, Telecom Assistants, Tax Assistants, Computer Operators & Data Entry Operators, & Stenographers  by the year 2015  so that they can achieve efficiency of  doing their work in Official Language Hindi.

Mandate

·                     To provide training in Hindi Language, Hindi Typing (Manual)/ Hindi Word Processing (Computer) & Hindi Stenography to the employees under the Central Govt. as well as public undertakings, enterprises and banks etc. for proper implementation of Official Language Policy of the Govt.

 

·                     To arrange refresher training courses for officers and translators included in the Central Secretariat Official Language Service.

 

·                     To acquaint Officers and Pradhyapaks of H.T.S. with the latest techniques of teaching under the scheme “Training Courses for Instructors” and to train the instructors of training institutes of Ministries/Departments in O.L. policy as well as Hindi language.

 

·                      Propagation and imparting training on the various Hindi IT softwares developed by the Department  Of Official Language with the help of C-DAC.

 

·                     To conduct 5 day workshops for those officers/employees who hesitate to use Hindi in Official work.

 

·                     To set up various laboratories equipped with Linguaphone-records and other audio visual equipment as well as computers for making effective use of Hindi knowledge acquired  by the non-Hindi speaking employees and to make training in Hindi more interesting as well as comprehensive with the help of charts, posters, sketches etc.

 

·                     To acquaint senior officers, Deputy Secretaries and Directors etc. with O.L policy and statutory requirements etc.  

 

·                     To arrange seminars of Chairmen of O.L. implementation committees who are of the status of Joint Secretary in various Ministries/Departments.

 

·                     To organise seminars of 2-3 days duration for the chairman of T.O.L.I.Cs.

 

The Types of Training programmes

·                     All over India, four types of training programmes are being conducted :-

1.       In-service long term training through full time & part time centers.

2.       The intensive (full working days) training of Hindi language, Hindi Typing (Manual)/ Hindi Word Processing (Computer) & Hindi Stenography

3.       Training of Hindi Language and Hindi Typing (Manual)/ Hindi Word Processing (Computer) through correspondence courses.

4.       Self-learning on internet through web by softwares of Lila Prabodh, Lila Praveen and Lila Pragya.

  Various Training Courses, Programmes & their duration.

Course/

Programme

Hindi Teaching Scheme

(long term training)

Central Hindi Training Institute/ Sub Institute (Short term Intensive Training)

Correspondence course

PRABODH

Duration : 05 months (02 hrs on alternate days &

01 hr daily)

02 sessions in a year.

Duration: 25 full working days.

03 sessions in a year.

Duration :

one year

PRAVEEN

Duration : 05 months (02 hrs on alternate days & 01 hr daily)

02 sessions in a year.

Duration: 20 full working days.

03 sessions in a year.

Duration :

one year

PRAGYA

Duration : 05 months (02 hrs on alternate days &

01 hr daily)

02 sessions in a year.

Duration: 15 full working days.

03 sessions in a year.

Duration :

one year

HINDI TYPING (MANUAL) HINDI WORD PROCESSING (COMPUTER)

Duration: 06 months, 01 hr daily, 02 sessions in a year.

Duration: 40 full working days.

05 sessions in a year.

Duration: 06 months. Two sessions in a year.

HINDI STENO-GRAPHY

Duration: 01 Year.

01 hr daily.

01 session in a year.

Duration: 80 full working days.

02 sessions in a year.

 

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Short term training programmes

HINDI WORKSHOPS

Duration: 05 full working days.

ORIENTATION PROGRAMMES

Duration: 05 full working days.

REFRESHER PROGRAMMES

Duration: 05 full working days.

TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR INSTRUCTORS OF TRAINING INSTITUTES

 

Duration: 05 full working days.

 

 

Exams & Examination Results.

·                     The examinations for Hindi language under Hindi Teaching Scheme for Jan-May session are conducted every year in third/fourth week of May & for July –November session; examinations are conducted in the third/fourth week of November.

 

·                     The examinations for Hindi typing/ Stenography for February-July session are held in third/fourth week of July & for August-January session examinations are held in the third & fourth week of January.

 

·                     Examinations for courses conducted under the Central Hindi Training Institute/Sub-Institutes are held regularly throughout the year.

 

·                     Generally, the examination results are made available on the website www.rajbhasha.gov.in of Department of Official Language within a month from the date of examination.

 

·                     The examination results of the online exams conducted at the intensive training centers of the Hindi Language are declared on the same day in the evening and the same is sent immediately to the concerned centers by Deputy Director (Exams) through his official Email.

Cash awards and incentives for the Central Government employees on passing the exams.

·                     After passing the examinations of Hindi Language, Hindi Typing (Manual)/ Hindi Word Processing (Computer) & Hindi Stenography of CHTI/HTS, Cash awards are granted to the Central Government officers/employees on fulfilling the prescribed conditions by their concerned offices. In addition to this, they are also eligible for personal pay as per rules.

 

Achievements

The number of officers/employees trained in various training Programmes  under Central Hindi Training Institute & Hindi Teaching Scheme till   31 December 2013 is as follows :-

Name of the Course

No.  of Officers/Employees trained

Hindi Language

15,25,785

Hindi Typing

1,61,356

Hindi Stenography

   29,845

Hindi Workshops

  25,299

Other short term programmes

  4,477

Grand Total

17,46,762

                      

Target fixed for the year 2013-14 and Achievements

Training Programmes

Targets

Achievements (up to 31-12-2013)

Hindi Language training

36,500

25,761

Hindi Typing training

4,860

3,199

Hindi Stenography training

1,470

     265

Hindi Workshops

1,530

     751

Others Short terms programmes

07 (Based on Nomination)

05 Programmes (110 Participants )

 

 The details of full-time and part-time functional training centres under Hindi Teaching Scheme as on

31 December 2013 are as follows :-

 

Sl.

No.

Region

Centres of Hindi Training

Centres of Hindi Typing (Manual)/ Hindi Word Processing (Computer) & Hindi Stenography

Full-time

Part-time

Total

Full-time

Part-time

Total

1.

North-Central

08

-

08

12

02

14

2.

South

47

-

47

04

04

08

3.

East

29

02

31

02

03

05

4.

West

25

04

29

04

04

08

5.

North-east

08

01

09

01

01

02

TOTAL

117

07

124

23

14

37

 

 

North-Central Region

Southern Region

Eastern Region

Western Region

North East Region

Hindi Language

Hindi Typing / Stenography

Hindi Language

Hindi Typing/ Stenography

Hindi Language

Hindi Typing/ Stenography

Hindi Language

Hindi Typing/ Stenography

Hindi Language

Hindi Typing/ Stenography

Intensive Training Centre

Intensive Training Centre

Intensive Training Centre

Intensive Training Centre

Intensive Training Centre

New Delhi (1)

New

Delhi

(3)

Chennai (3)

Hyderabad (4)

 

Hyderabad (1)

Kolkata (4)

Kolkata (1)

Mumbai (1)

Bengaluru (3)

Vadodara (1)

Mumbai (1)

Bengaluru (1)

Nil

Nil

Total=

1 Centre

3 Centre

7 Centre

1 Centre

4 Centre

1 Centre

5 Centre

2 Centre

Nil

Nil

                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The details of intensive (Short term) training centres under Central Hindi Training Institute as on 31 December 2013 are as follows  :-

 

·                    A course book “Hindi Shabd Sansadhan” (Hindi Word Processing) has been brought out by CHTI. One can start working on computers in Hindi after going through this book. This book was released on 12th April 2010 by Shri Ajay Makan, the then Honourable Minister of State for Home. The said book has also been made available on the website for the general public.

 

·                     Lila software for language training in 14 other Indian Regional Languages besides English, has also been made available on the website of the Department of Official Language (Rajbhasha Vibhag) by C-DAC.

 

·                     The process of imparting online language training through computers at 14 Centres is in progress.

 

·                     Online examination for Prabodh, Praveen & Pragya are being conducted successfully since June-July  2009 at one centre each in New Delhi, Mumbai,  Bengaluru and Chennai.

 

·                     In compliance with the recommendation made by the Parliamentary Committee on Official Language       in its report [Volume-VII, number 16.7(a)] a course named “Pranjal” has been prepared and the same     has been sent to the Department of Official Language for its approval. The objective of this course is to train the Central Government employees in achieving proficiency in Hindi.

 

·                     Based on the newly revised Praveen Course, the kits and answer sheets for the correspondence course have been brought out by the CHTI.

 

·                     CHTI has introduced new Pragya course in Intensive Language Training w.e.f. March 2010 and in all Language Training under Hindi Teaching Scheme w.e.f.  July 2010.

 

·                     The circulars pertaining to new sessions of training, important orders, exam results etc. of Central Hindi Training Institute are also being made available on the website of the Department   of         Official Language.

 

·                     The intranet facility for CHTI has been developed through NIC. With a view to implement   E- Governance policy of the Government of India, profile of all the officers and employees and their E- mail ID has also been prepared so that all the administrative work can be done through intranet in future. 

 

FUTURE PLANS

·                     The main objective of CHTI/HTS is not only to impart working knowledge of Hindi but also to train all the officers/employees of the Central Government and those working in the Government owned Offices/Departments/Undertakings/Corporations/Bodies/Nationalised Banks etc. to achieve efficiency and skill development in doing their official work in Hindi.

 

·                     PRANJAL COURSE:  In compliance with the recommendation made by the Parliamentary Committee on Official Language in its report [Volume-VII, number 16.7(a)]  “Pranjal” course is to be introduced by CHTI so that the Central Government employees can achieve proficiency in Hindi.

 

·                     To equip all the training centres with computers and internet facilities so that Online Training and  Online Examinations can be conducted.

 

·                     In future, Online Examinations will be conducted independently by the Examination Wing of CHTI/HTS after the transfer of Online Examination Technology  by C-DAC, Pune to CHTI.

 

Name and Addresses of  Officers of Central Hindi Training Institute and Hindi Teaching Scheme's  Offices

CENTRAL HINDI TRAINING INSTITUTE

D/O Official Language, Ministry of Home affairs, 7th Floor, Paryavaran Bhawan,

C.G.O. Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003

 

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Name and Designation

Telephone/ Fax No.

Email-id

1

Shri J.P. Kardam,

Director

011-24361852

Fax -

 011-24361852

dirchti-dol@nic.in

2

Shri Prithvi Singh,

Joint Director

011-24368158

011-24364119

jdlang-chti-dol@nic.in

3

 Post Vacant

Administrative Officer

011-24365089

011-24364201

011-24364119

 admoffrchti-dol@nic.in

4

Shri Dinesh Chandra

Deputy Director

(Typing

Correspondence)

011-23018196

011-23018740

Fax -

011-23793521

ddtc-chti-dol@nic.in

5

Shri Narender  Kumar Prasad,

Assistant Director

(Typing/

Stenography)

011-24366821

011-24364201

011-24364119

adratschti-dol@nic.in

6

Shri Bhupinder Singh,

Assistant Director (Headquarter)

(Administration/Accounts)

011-24368158

011-24364201

011-24364119

 adhqchti-dol@nic.in

7

Shri Karan Singh,

Assistant Director

(Language)

011-24368158

011-24364201

011-24364119

 adralangchti-dol@nic.in

8

Smt. Sneh Lata,

Assistant Director

(Language)

011-24368158

011-24364201

011-24364119

 adralangchti-dol@nic.in

9

Post Vacant

Accounts Officer

011-24366821

011-24364201

011-24364119

 

 acctsoffrchti-dol@nic.in

 

HINDI TEACHING SCHEME (CENTRAL-NORTH)

D/O Official Language, Ministry of Home affairs, Level-6, East Block-7, Sector-1,

R.K.Puram, New Delhi-110003

 

Sl No.

Name and Designation

Telephone/ Fax No.

Email-id

1

Shri Rajender Singh,

Deputy Director

011-26175246

Fax -

011-26191572

ddhts-nc-dol@nic.in

2

Shri J.L. Gupta

Deputy Director

(Typing/ Stenography)

011-26173775

ddts-hts-nc-dol@nic.in

 

HINDI TEACHING SCHEME (WEST)

D/O Official Language, Ministry of Home affairs, Kendriya Sadan,

C-Wing, 6th Floor, Sec-10, C.B.D., Belapur, Navi Mumbai-400614

 

Sl No.

Name and Designation

Telephone/ Fax No.

Email-id

1

Shri Dinesh Chand,

Deputy Director incharge

 

9522-27572705

9522-27572706

Fax -

9522- 27565417

ddts-west-dol@nic.in

 

HINDI TEACHING SCHEME (EAST)

D/O Official Language, Ministry of Home affairs, 234/4, Nijam Palace Complex,

18th floor, Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Road,

Kolkata-700020

 

Sl No.

Name and Designation

Telephone/ Fax No.

Email-id

1

Shri Ram Narayan

Saroj,

Deputy Director

033-22870793

Fax -

033-22874053

ddhts-east-dol@nic.in

 

HINDI TEACHING SCHEME (SOUTH)

D/O Official Language, Ministry of Home affairs,

E-Wing, C-Block, Besent Nagar, Chennai-600090

 

Sl No.

Name and Designation

Telephone/ Fax No.

Email-id

1

Shri Navnath Kamble,

Deputy Director

044-24919096

Fax-

24915466

ddhts-south-dol@nic.in

 

HINDI TEACHING SCHEME (NORTH-EAST)

D/O Official Language, Ministry of Home affairs,

N.F. Railway Hqs. Complex, Maligaon, Guwahati-781011

 

Sl No.

Name and Designation

Telephone/ Fax No.

Email-id

1

Shri S.L.S.Poorti,

Deputy Director

0361-2675661

Fax -

0361-2676879

ddhts-ne-dol@nic.in

 

HINDI TEACHING SCHEME (EXAM.)

D/O Official Language, Ministry of Home affairs,

Level-6, East Block-7, Sector-1, R.K.Puram, New Delhi-110066

 

Sl No.

Name and Designation

Telephone/ Fax No.

Email-id

1

Smt. Suman Lal,

Deputy Director

011-26175176

Fax -

011-26162093

ddhts-exam-dol@nic.in