Dr. Manoj Joshi
(HOD Hindi Department)
Department of Hindi was established in 1946.
Objective of the Department–
- To enhance interest of students in Hindi literature in the Students.
- To develop auditory, reading and writing capacity of the students for Hindi language.
- To develop a sense of love and social commitment among the students in the nation.
- To encourage the learning skills and literary consciousness among the students.
- To inspire students to spread and promote National Language Hindi.
The Hindi Department of Shri Shivaji Arts & Commerce College Amravati is actively contributing in the study and promotion of National language Hindi. The Department was fortunate enough to have HOD's like Prof. Padmchandji Jain, Prof. Santosh Chawla, Late Dr. Yadav Mendhe. At present, for the last 4 years, Dr. Manoj Joshi is serving as a Head of the Hindi department.
The National E-Conference in the year 2021 and the two-day International E-Conference in the year 2022 were successfully organized by the Hindi Department. Every year Student-Oriented Projects symposium guest lectures have been organized for the all-round development of the students. Dr.Manoj Joshi, Head of the Department, is working as a member of editorial board for Hindi text book in commerce faculty. Along with this, he has also contributed in the creation of literature. So far, his works have been published in one Compilation, one review book, one translated and 16 shared compilations.
Recently, the world record of “Largest collection of Poems about Lord Krishna written by maximum people in a book” published by Jharkhand has been acknowledged by international book of Records. In which Dr. Manoj Joshi's composition on "Murli ki Dhun", by a poem is included. By translating book into Hindi language "Dr.Panjabrao Deshmukh Inka Samajik Yogdan" Dr. Manoj Joshi spread thoughts of Dr.Panjabrao Deshmukh, Founder President of Shri Shivaji Education Society, Amravati’s. Under the new skill-based education system, various student-oriented projects are being organized continuously by the Hindi Department.