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49th meeting of East Coast Railway Zonal Official Language Implementation Committee

Cuttack:15/12/22:The 49th Joint Meeting of East Coast Railway Official Language Implementation Committee was held under the chairmanship of General Manager, Shri R. N. Sunkar. All the Principal Heads of departments, Apar Mukhya Rajbhasha Adhikaris from Khurda Road, Sambalpur and Waltair Division and Chief Workshop Manager, Carriage Repair Workshop, Mancheswar were present in the meeting.


Addressing the meeting Shri Sunkar urged railway men to use Hindi in their day to day official working. He also advised that the employees trained in Hindi should work more and more in Rajbhasha.On this occasion Shri Sunkar released the posters related to effective quotes of great Hindi litterateurs. He also felicitated Khurda Road, Waltair and Sambalpur Divisions for remarkable achievements in implementation of Rajbhasha. Winners of the quiz competition based on Hindi writers were also awarded by the GM.

Mukhya Rajbhasha Adhikari and Principal Financial Advisor, Shri R. S. Mitra asked railway men to extend their cooperation to implement official language policy.Deputy Mukhya Rajbhasha Adhikari and Deputy Chief Operations Manager (General), Shri Debraj Nayak delivered the welcome speech. Smt. Yelleena Panda, Rajbhasha Adhikari, co-ordinated the meeting

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