Saral Hindi Kaksha

'Saral Hindi Kaksha', is a certificate program jointly conducted by Hindustani Prachar Sabha and K. J. Somaiya College of Arts & Commerce. For the purpose of promoting Hindi in non-Hindi speaking areas, this program is being conducted by Hindustani Prachar Sabha in various universities and colleges of the country. Hindustani Prachar Sabha was established in 1924 by Mahatma Gandhi. Realizing the importance of Hindi in the freedom struggle, he took this step to spread Hindi in the country.

Eligibility: Minimum qualification is 12th Standard Pass from any stream. (Only for the Student of K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce)

Admission : First Come First Serve Basis

Duration : 38 Hours (38 lectures of 60 minutes each)

Seats : No limit

Lecture Schedule: As per requirement. (Offline mode)

Medium of Lecture Delivery: Hindi

Instructor: Dr. Anant Dwivedi who works as an Assistant Professor with K. J. Somaiya College of Arts & Commerce. He has completed his Ph.D. research in Hindi from Mumbai University, Mumbai. He has specialized in ‘Modern Hindi Prose’. He has been in the teaching field since 2015.

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Key Information


  • There will be an increase in the use of Hindi language knowledge
  • Students will be oriented towards creative writing
  • Students will engage in a variety of contemporary writing

Learning Objectives

  • To be familiar with different styles of writing in Hindi.
  • To become familiar with different styles of oratory in Hindi.

Learning Outcome

After successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Must be proficient in expression in Hindi language.
  • Will be proficient in creative and functional writing in Hindi language.

Course Coordinator

Dr. Anant Dwivedi


Kavya Saurabh Bol-chal ki Hindi

Evaluation of the Students: (100 marks written & 100 marks practical)

The Performance of the learners shall be evaluated into two components, by internal and external exam. The learner shall obtain a minimum of 40% marks in project or test and 40% marks in theory separately. A learner needs to successfully pass both internal and external exam separately. A learner will be said to have passed the course if the learner passes in both the examinations.