Published On : Thu, Feb 27th, 2014

Second Batch of free Urdu Class at India Peace Centre to start on 3rd March


Nagpur News :

“Urdu language has the potential to unite communities and create understanding between people of different faiths, and thus bring about national integration” said the faculty  Dr. Tejinder Singh Rawal on the occasion of the conclusion of the first batch of Urdu Course conducted under the aegis of India Peace Centre. Speaking on the occasion Mr. Kasta Dip, Director of India Peace Centre said that learning new languages lead to greater understanding about others, which leads to overall peace. He lauded the efforts of Dr Rawal in conducting the free Urdu classes, and hoped that more people would come forward to take benefit of the free Urdu classes.

Sanjhi Koteshwar demonstrated the use of Urdu alphabets, Swati Sani conducted a quiz on Hindi movies in Urdu, Ramesh Kumar read Urdu poem written by him. Rinku Matharu read an Urdu passage. Amarjit Singh Conducted the programme, while the vote of thanks was given by Anuradha Koteshwar. Certificates were presented to successful candidates by Kasta Dip. Present on the occasion were Piyali Kanabar, Pravin Koteshwar, Poonam Agrawal, Renuka Chijwani, Pranjali Madnani, Anoop Singh, Naresh Jakhotia, Sanjay Payal. Ajay Golchha, and others.

The next batch of Urdu Class starts on Monday 3rd March 2014. The classes will be conducted at India Peace Centre, C K Naidu Marg, Civil Lines Nagpur, three days a week, from 9 to 10 AM. The classes are run free of cost. For registration you may contact on Ph no 9422806699.