Means Of Communication In Hindi Essays and Term Papers

  • bilingual method

    1700s, English had firmly established itself as the language of administration and many educated Indians were demanding instruction in English as a means of social advancement. By 1857 universities had opened in Bombay, Calcutta and Madras. English was increasingly accepted as the language of government...

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  • Communication English

    The British had to leave bag and baggage and for good following the long drawn struggle for freedom. Now, India is a free and sovereign country with Hindi as its national language. And the importance of English as a second official and a link language continues. No doubt the British imposed English...

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  • Is English killing other languages

    goes for the languages also. While on the other hand people are very critical of the growing usage of English. A section of people also see it as a means of connecting cultures and promoting globalization. What we learned through working with questionnaires and interviewing people, is we cannot generalize...

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  • Functions of Communications

    Functions of Communication i) Information function: The basic requirement of adapting and adjusting oneself to the environment is information. There must be some information about what is going on in the environment which concerns the people. The receiving or giving of information underlines all communication...

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  • Fifty Years of Language Planning for Modern Hindi

    FIFTY YEARS OF LANGUAGE PLANNING FOR MODERN HINDI The Official Language of India 1. ABSTRACT Hindi - according to the 1991 Census of India, is the mother tongue of 233,432,285 persons (22% of the entire Indian population), and is spoken as a language (which includes 47 or so mother tongues cobbled...

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  • Influence of Indian Culture on Blackberry Advertising

    rapidly through Indian society. While this cell phone boom has provided ample opportunities for the Indian businessmen to propagate development communication messages, there has also been some concern regarding the impact of cell phone, especially blackberry advertising, on traditional cultural. The purpose...

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  • Ennglish Language Importance

    English language importance Frankly speaking, it is highly essential to know the language for communication. In general, the most popular language is English. In this computer age, English is the only language that any one can understand. So to say, it has become as an ideal language for expressing...

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  • Multilingualism

    in more than one language. Even in the case of a relatively unaffected country from globalization like Nepal, understanding and use of English and Hindi in day-to-day walk of life has encouraged business students to master themselves in at least three languages. We are finding out what is the proportion...

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  • Cricket

    Parliament shall be transacted in Hindi or in English: Provided that the Chairman of the Council of States or Speaker of the House of the People, or person acting as such, as the case may be, may permit any member who cannot adequately express himself in Hindi or in English to address the House in...

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  • Tgyhju

    decades, affecting many key aspects of business in the modern world. The English language has become the standard for all important official communications in an increasingly large number of countries with a wide variety of native languages. In the modern world, English continues to spread as the...

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  • Role of Language and Script in Raising the Religious Revivalism in Colonial Punjab Ayesha Tabbasum

    subcontinent. I.H.Qureshi, History of the Pakistan,(BCC& Press Karachi, university of karachi2006) 807. Language Controversy between Urdu and Hindi Although it was religion which was the key defining feature of Muslim identity, the Urdu language was an important symbol. For Hindus, except for the...

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  • Kaguluhan

    niyo, nakakatuwa po 'yung sinabi niya! =)) Kasi sobrang totoo po and alam ko naman pong hindi po ako mapapahamak sa ginawa ko. =)) hehehe Anyway, 'yung kanina po, naputol po kasi usapan natin sa cafeteria... Hindi ko naman po sinasabing Mr. Apo is the kind of person na nag-iipon ng galit/grudge. Pero...

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  • Shifting Paradigms: Methods, Techniques, of Teaching English

    the socio-cultural level regarding the relative acceptability of English and its most formidable regional rival, now the national language of India --Hindi. Interestingly, language as a problem never emerged as a concern of the multitudes during a few thousand years old history of the country when by name...

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  • Linguistics 

    The Constitution of India recognizes twenty one ‘official’ regional languages and Hindi as the ‘national official’ language. In addition, English is used as a ‘link’ language for communication between Hindi and non-Hindi states. An aspect of the language problem in India is that no language problem in...

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  • Tunay Na Manggagawa

    workers are not given opportunities to be regular employees and remain contractual workers, with no job nor social security (L. Teodoro, personal communication, August 22, 2011). However, most media workers opt to stray away from being regularized. In an interview, Jocarlos Morales of GMA 7‟s I-witness...

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  • english language

    When people make a great fuss over the merits and demerits of a language they overlook an important point that a language is not merely a means of communicating thoughts but also a way of getting civilized. Since, the date of India’s independence, there has been running many claims and counter-claims...

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  • Hinglish

    than heredity that determines their linguistic performance. For instance, a child of Hindi-speaking parents brought up by a Tamil-speaking family in Chennai is likely to know Tamil far better than its “mother tongue” Hindi (which it may not know at all). But such instances are relatively rare. In the Indian...

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  • Importance of English

    developed nations of the world. Although Hindi has been pronounced as the national language in India, some non-Hindi speaking states have not yet accepted it in practice. Thus it is practically impossible to achieve inter-provincial communication through Hindi. The world is developing in the field of...

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  • Role of English in India

    Hasnain & S. Chaudhary) Abstract Introduced by the British colonization and today the official language of the Indian Nation in association with Hindi, English is spoken as a second language by a minority of the educated population of 8 to 11% according to current estimations. A chance for India ...

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  • A Pure English?

    this nation (Robinson). Because there are so many languages and cultures here, the mixture of languages is bound to happen. Language is the means of communication between one person and another. Even though some would argue that foreign languages have diluted the purity of American English, I believe...

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