Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Professors - Lost in Translation

This is what happening in one of to be super power's (as few people, I mean Indian media believe so) university right in the heart of country, ie. her captial and that's for national language. Isn't it shame? Any doubt? Read More

I got to know about this from my hindi blogger fellow hindini.


Melody said...

Undoubtedly a shame. It's def. sad to see any language shelved, esp. the national language! It must be a real problem for many people.

A thought though - you mentioned the media & India being a future Super Power - I think English being spread over India isn't such a bad thing in this context really...

Tarun said...

Melody thanks for droping by. Ya I said media believe India being a future Super power ( but I have doubt about this though).

Spreading english over India is not a problem for me in this context or any context but definetly not in the price of National language. Anything which is attached to nation somehow related with patriotism.

Just for a second, consider yourself Hindi speaking student or graduate as hindi (or any regional) medium student. Then stand in between those highly educated (using english language) student for a competetion and let me know how do u feel. I know what will u say because u already said "It must be a real problem for many people."...:) Thanks.

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