Matribhasha Diwas 24 Feb.2016

The UNESCO has been observing Feb. 21st every year as international Mother Language Day to promote and disseminate mother tongues and fuller awareness of the linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding tolerance and dialogue.
India was never a monolingual country. Not only the country but every region, every city is multilingual. From tim3 immemorial, all the languages not only coexisted together but also supplemented and enriched each other. In order to strengthen this feeling of oneness or nearness during Matribhasha Diwas celebrations, people are encouraged not only to use one's mother tongue more and more but also to learn others' mother tongue.
The census 2001 reported the existence of 22 scheduled languages,100 non scheduled languages spoken by more than 10,000 persons each, 1635 rationalized mother tongues and 1957 other mother tongues in India that need to be studied, protected and promoted.
Schools and Colleges are encouraged to take up yearlong activities to facilitate using one's own mother tongue better and learning other's mother tongue faster and also to create a congenial atmosphere and appreciating and encouraging Indian mother tongues.
GDC Jindrah observed the matribasha diwas and accordingly organized the symposium on the theme “role of matribasha in education” in which 5 students namely

Principal Message

GDC has been established to provide quality and standard academic qualification at the door steps. Over the years the college has become a catalyst in the educational development of not only the landlocked area but for the entire region. The college has been endeavoring to inculcate the qualities of discipline, hard work and intelligence among the students for their overall personality development and academic excellence so that in their future life they become good and successful citizens and contribute in a constructive manner to overall development of the country and society.

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