Adikavi Nannaya University(ANUR) have proven that language matters and have decided to come up with M.A. in Hindi. The programme will start from the coming academic year. Their this decission is supported by the city-based Kinjarapu Yerran Naidu Hindi Teachers’ Training College.
University Vice-Chancellor M. Mutyala Naidu made the announcement at the valedictory of the eight-day National Neo-Hindi Writers’ Workshop sponsored by the Central Hindi Directorate, at the college on Thursday.
Prof. H.M.S. Kameswara Rao, Hindi scholar, writer, and translator, presided over the meeting.
Poet and writer Mahidhara Rama Sastry, Gandhari Pangathi, Assistant Director, Central Hindi Directorate, Andhra-Telangana Grameena Vikas Bank Chairman and founder of the training college C.L. Naidu, Prof. Ramchandra Roy, Hindi scholar from Shantiniketan, and Prof. Ajay Patnaik from Bhubaneswar were also a part of the workshop and enlightened the students with their words.