“Hindi is the most widely spoken language throughout India, and that due to our incompetency in speaking Hindi, the Mizos often times could not come out (successful) as we ought to be,” Lalsawta said.
Mentioning that there are some people within Mizoram who dole out fake Hindi Certificates, the minister said this could have serious impact upon the Mizos. “The State don’t need such people who indulge in fraudulent activities,” the minister said.
MHPS secretary John P.C. Rema gave the Annual Report and mentioned that the State government has allotted the plot for MHPS Office Building at New Secretariat Complex.
MHPS at constant rate enrolls more than 1000 learners and it now has 9 Exam Centres in Aizawl, Lunglei, Serchhip, Lawngtlai, Champhai, Kolasib, Saiha, Saitual and Chawngte.
As part of its programme to promote Hindi, MHPS, in partnership with Mizoram State Sports Council, used to organize one-month Spoken Hindi Class for Sportspersons who represented Mizoram at State, National and International levels.