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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Annual Programme for 2013-14 for use of Rajbhasha Hindi in Central Govt Offices


Annual Programme for 2013-14  for use of Hindi

S.NO DETAILS OF WORKS
'A' REGION
' B' REGION
'C' REGION
1.
Originating Correspondence in Hindi (including Telegram, Wireless, Telex, Fax, E-mail etc.
1. From A to A
100%
1. From B to A  
90%
1. From C to A            
55%
2. From A to B
100%
2. From B to B
90%
2. From C to B
55%
3. From A to C
65%
3. From B to C
55%
3. From C to C
55%
4. From Region A to Offices/ Individuals in States / UTs of A & B region
100%
4.From Region B to Offices/ individuals in States / UTs of A & B region
100%
4. From Region C to Offices/ individuals in States / UTs of A & B region
85%
2.
Letters received in Hindi to be answered in Hindi
100%
100%
100%
3.
Noting in Hindi
75%
50%
30%
4.
Recruitment of Hindi Typists & Stenographers.
80%
70%
40%
5.
Dictation in Hindi/ Direct Typing on Key-Board (self or by the Asstt.)
65%
55%
30%
6.
Hindi Training (Language, Typing/ Stenography)
100%
100%
100%
7.
Preparation of Bilingual Training Material
100%
100%
100%
8.
Expenditure for the purchase of Hindi books etc., including digital matters  i.e., Hindi e-books, CD/DVD, Pen Drive including  amount incurred on Translation in Hindi from English and Regional Languages.out of the total Library grant,  excluding journals and standard reference books
50%
50%
50%
9.
Purchase of all electronic equipments, including computers in bilingual form.
100%
100%
100%
10.
Website.
100% (bilingual)
100% (bilingual)
100% (bilingual)
11.
Citizen Charter and display of Public interface information Board
100% (bilingual)
100% (bilingual)
100% (bilingual)
12.
{I} Inspection by Ministries              /Departments/ Offices of their offices  located outside their Headquarters &  by the officers (D.S/Dir/J.S) of DOL.  (% of Offices)
25% (minimum)
25% (minimum)
25% (minimum)
{II} Inspections of sections at  Headquarters.
25% (minimum)  
25% (minimum)  
25% (minimum)
{III} Joint inspections by the officers  concerned & those of the  Deptt. of Official Language of  Foreign based Undertakings/Offices  etc. owned or controlled by the Central  
 At least one inspection in a year.
13.
Meetings regarding Official Language
{A} Hindi Salahakar Samiti
 02 meetings in a year (minimum)
{B} Town Official Language  Implementation  Committee.
 02 meetings in a year (One meeting every 6 months)
{C} Official Language  Implementation  Committee.
04 meetings in a year (One meeting every quarter)
14.
Translation of Codes, Manuals, Forms, Procedural literature.
100%
15.
Sections of the Ministries/ Departments/offices/Banks/ Undertakings where entire work to be done in Hindi.
40%
30%
20%
 (Minimum Section) 40% in 'A' Region, 25% in 'B' Region and 15% in 'C' Region. Work  may be done in Hindi for those Public Sector Undertakings/ Corporations where there is no any concept of section.

PROGRAMME FOR FOREIGN BASED INDIAN OFFICES

(A)
Correspondence in Hindi
30%
(B)
No. of TOLICs constituted and number of meetings held  (A TOLIC is to be constituted in case of presence of 10  offices  in a town)  
Minimum two meetings in a  year
(C)
Avaibility of Unicode supported bilingual computers
100%
(D)
Hindi Typist / Stenographer
Minimum one in each office
(E)
Arrangement of Interpreters.
Arrangements of interpreters  from local language to Hindi & vice-versa in every Mission/ Embassy.

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