Kerala government launch ‘Surili Hindi’ to make Hindi learning easier

V Sivankutty, the state education minister said that the project is being implemented by Samagra Sikhsha Kerala. The new edition of Surili Hindi is designed for children from classes 5-12 in the form of poems, stories, and plays.

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Kerala government launch ‘Surili Hindi’ to make Hindi learning easier

In order to make Hindi a more acceptable and easy language to learn, the state education minister of Kerala inaugurated a new edition of Surili Hindi to attract more students through unique yet interactive techniques of learning.

V Sivankutty, the state education minister said that the project is being implemented by Samagra Sikhsha Kerala. The new edition of Surili Hindi is designed for children from classes 5-12 in the form of poems, stories, and plays. It will also include learning techniques through animations, puppetry, and picture transitions to make it more attractive and enjoyable.

The Surili Hindi project was first flagged off in the 2016-2017 academic year with an aim to make Hindi learning in the primary section more accessible and interesting. In 2018-19, the project more focused on students from classes 5-8. Since the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020, the digital format of classes has made Surili Hindi more creative. Through Surili Hindi 2020 project, various digital content was developed by composing selected poems that were passed on to children of the primary classes.

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Kerala government launch ‘Surili Hindi’ to make Hindi learning easier
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V Sivankutty, the state education minister said that the project is being implemented by Samagra Sikhsha Kerala. The new edition of Surili Hindi is designed for children from classes 5-12 in the form of poems, stories, and plays.
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