Over 3,000 students, who had completed Visharad exam conducted by Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, received their degrees at a convocation on Sunday.

Presenting the degrees, Avanish Kumar, Chairman, Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology and Director, Central Hindi Directorate, New Delhi, joined other dignitaries in commending the Sabha for spreading the importance of Hindi language far and wide among the student community.

Mr. Avanish Kumar presented the degrees in the presence of A.P.C.V. Chockalingam, president of Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha (Tamilnad), M.G. Guttal, Sabha Secretary, and other senior functionaries.

S. Parthasarathy, Chairman, Academic Council, Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, Chennai, administered the oath.

According to the Manager of Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha (Tamilnad), Tiruchi, an equal number of students received the Visharad degree in absentia. About 15,000 registered teachers were actively preparing students for the various exam, he said.

Rakesh Kumar and S. Srinivasan, Deputy Directors, Central Hindi Directorate, New Delhi,emphasised that language learning along with pursuit of professional course will stand the learners in good stead for a strong career foundation.

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