Tuesday, 20 November 2018

Bhasha Sangam Celebrating the Linguistic Diversity of India by EK Bharat Sherestha Bharat from 20.11.2018 to 21.12.2018 in various languages in India - Certain Instructions,Rc.134,Dt.20/11/18

Bhasha Sangam Celebrating the Linguistic Diversity of India by EK Bharat Sherestha Bharat from 20.11.2018 to 21.12.2018 in various languages in India - Certain Instructions,Rc.134,Dt.20/11/18
Bhasha Sangam Celebrating the Linguistic Diversity of India by EK Bharat Sherestha Bharat from 20.11.2018 to 21.12.2018 in various languages in India - Certain Instructions,Rc.134,Dt.20/11/18

APSSA, Amaravati - Quality Education - Bhasha Sangam Celebrating the Linguistic Diversity of India by EK Bharat Sherestha Bharat from 20.11.2018 to 21.12.2018 in various languages in India - Certain Instructions - Issued.
APSSA,  Amaravati  -  Quality Education  - Bhasha  Sangarn  Celebrating  the
Linguistic  Diversity  oflndia   by Ek Bharat  Sherestha  Bharat   from 20.11.2018    to
21.12.2018   in  various  languages  in India-     Certain  Instructions  -  Issued.

Ref:-     Guidelines  of the MHRD  Department   of School Education,  Government   of
India,  New Delhi.
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All the  District   Project  Officers  of  SSA,  District  Educational   Officers  and  Principal   of DIETS     in  the  State  are  informed   that,   the  Government   of  India  has  decided   to  conduct   of "Ek   Bharat   Shrestha   Bharat   -   Bhasha    Sangam"    in  India  for  celebrating   the  Linguistic Diversity  oflndia    from  20-11-2018   to 21-12-2018   in various languages and  issued  guidelines as shown  below:-

The programme   "Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat" has been  initiated  to  celebrate  the  spirit of  national   integration.    Bhasha  Sangam   marks  the  unique   symphony   of  Languages   of  our country  and is an expression  of our shared dreams,  hopes and aspirations  for one India.

India's   richness   is  marked  by  her  cultural,   ethnic   and  linguistic   diversity.     In  order  to celebrate   these   unique   features   of  our   country,   the   Bhasha   Sangam   initiative   under   the Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat ushers  in   a programme   for  schools  and  educational   institutions   to provide  multilingual   exposure   to  students  in  Indian  languages   listed    in  Schedule   VIII  of  the Constitution  oflndia.   This  initiative  is just  the beginning  of a journey  meant  to create  interest  in these    languages    and   a   curiosity    to   learn   more.    It  will   be   followed    by   other   activities subsequently.
Objectives of Bhasha  Sangam:

1. To  introduce  school  students  to all the  22 Indian  Languages   of Schedule  VIIl  of the Constitution   of India.
11.             To enhance  linguistic  tolerance  and respect,  and promote  national  integration.

Features of Bhasha   Sangam:

1.     This will be run by the State!UT  Department  of School Education.
2.     A short   dialogue    consisting    of  five  simple,    commonly    used   sentences    has  been   designed in 22  languages    for  use  by  students   of all  classes.   These   sentences    are  at  pages   1    to  22 of this  booklet    and   have   been   arranged    in  alphabetical     order   of  the   language.     It  may   be noted   that  the  translations     in Roman   and  Devanagari     scripts   have  been   simplified    for  use by children.
3.      Sentences    from   each   language    are  to  be  shared   with   students    everyday    for  22  working days.    Everyday    only   one   language    will  be  shared.    A  schedule    in  this   regard   giving   the language    of the  day  is placed   at page  ii  of this  booklet.

4.     In  case  any  school   misses   a  language   on  any  day,  then  it  should  continue   with  the schedule  as at page ii and cover the missing  language  at the end.

5.   A digital book with audio recordings  of the dialogues  is available  on the websites http://epathshala.gov.in/     and  MHRD   website   http://mhrd.gov.in/bhashasangam      so  that students  can hear the correct  pronunciations.
6.    The suggested  activities  should  be carried  out in a joyful  and interesting  manner.  Students have enjoyed  the activities  and participated  with great  enthusiasm  wherever  this initiative has been piloted.  This initiative  is not mandatory  and there  should be no formal testing  of any kind.

7.    Heads  of schools  may  upload  photographs   and videos  of daily  activities  under  Bhasha Sangam.  The  State/UT  Department   of School  Education   and  the  DEOs  and BEOs  may also  upload/submit    photos   and  videos  of  the  activities   at  the  State/UT   level,  and  the district  and  the  block  level  respectively.   The  Department of School  Education   and Literacy,  MHRD,  Govt. of India  will recognise and award  the best schools, the best blocks, the    best   districts    and    the    best   States!UTs    on   the    basis   of   the uploaded/submitted photographs  and videos.
Suggested activities:

I.     The  5  sentences  pertaining  to the  language  of the  day should  be read  out  e.g.   Assamese on day  1,   Bengali  on day  2 etc.,  in the  morning  assembly,  and  students  asked to repeat them.   In case there  is any  student  from that  State,  e.g.   Assam  on day  1,  West  Bengal  on day 2 etc.  or who  speaks  the  language  studying  in the  school,  then  he/she  or even all of  them  should  preferably   read  out the  sentences  in the  morning  assembly.   Similarly,  an teacher, parent,  government   servant  or any other person  from that  State or who speaks the language,  may be invited to read out the sentences.
2.    Senior  students  may be encouraged  to create posters  on these  sentences;  these  can be put up all over the school.
3.     Teachers  may  address  the  students  and  converse  with  them  in the  language  of the day, and encourage  students  to do the same.
4.   Students  may be encouraged  to share these sentences  with their families  at home.
5.     The schools  may carry  out other activities  related  to this initiative.

Download....bashasangham proceedings

Download...guidelines of bashasangham

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