(For publication in the Gazette of India, Part-I. Volume-I both in Hindi and English in diglot form)

No. 20012/1/2017-O.L.(Policy)
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
Department of Official Language

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Date : 31 March, 2017

RESOLUTION

07 APR 2107

20012/01/2017-OL (Policy) : The Committee of Parliament on Official Language was constituted in 1976 under the Section 4(1) of the Official Languages Act, 1963. The Committee submitted ninth part of its Report -Lathe President on 02.06.2011 relating to Ministry-wise/Region-wise assessment of the use of Hindi, on basis of review of the compliance of the section 3(3) of the Official Languages Act, 1963 and rule 5 of the Official Languages Rules, 1976 relating to correspondence in Hindi, publication, code-manual and training etc. in Hindi, purchase of Hindi books in Central Government Offices, computerization and Hindi, compulsory provision of Hindi knowledge in recruitment rules, availability of Hindi medium in academic and training institutions, expenditure on Hindi advertisements and use of Hindi for commercial activities etc. in accordance with Section 4(3) of the Official Languages Act, 1963, the Report was laid in the Table of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on 30.08.2011 and 07.09.2011 respectively. Copies of the Report were sent to all Ministries/Departments of the Government of India and to all States/Union Territories. After considering the views expressed by the State/Union Territory Governments and various Ministries/Departments, it has been decided to accept most recommendation in toto and some with modifications after getting their views. Accordingly, the undersigned is directed to convey the Orders of the President made under section 4(4) of the Official Languages Act, 1963 on the recommendations made in the ninth part of the Report of the Committee as under:

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