The Fact News Service
Chandigarh April 21
Haryana Chief Secretary, Sanjeev Kaushal today said that the State Government will soon finalize a pilot project for employees of subordinate courts and other government offices to impart training on Hindi Language. The training schedule for officers and officials of district level court will be finalised in consultation with the Punjab and Haryana High Court.
The Chief Secretary was presiding over a meeting regarding the implementation of the Hindi language in subordinate courts in the state here today.
Kaushal said that the Revenue Department has been working to simplify revenue terms so as to facilitate the common man. He asked the Languages Department to prepare the administrative terminology in Hindi language. The Chief Secretary also directed to provide bilingual training for the existing staff of the state government to enhance their work efficiency in various Departments.
In the meeting, a proposal was also discussed to encourage the students studying Law, Engineering, Medical and other courses in the training courses of Hindi language. For this, incentives can also be considered to provide some incentives. Besides, discussions were also held to explore the possibility of weekend training classes for the employees so that their working hours would not be affected.