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S’gamuwa PC takes steps to teach Hindi language

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By Kusal Chamath   

Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council has taken steps to teach Hindi language in schools in Kegalle and Ratnapura districts. During a meeting with Deputy Indian High Commissioner Rakesh Nataraj yesterday at the Governor’s Secretariat he said physical and human resources to implement the programme would be provided by the Provincial Council.  

The Governor said the students in schools in the two districts had already been provided with the opportunity to learn the Hindi language. He told the Deputy Indian High Commissioner that more teachers would be appointed and the required text books provided to boost the programme.   

The Deputy High Commissioner promised to provide textbooks and other resources required. 


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