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GYANVRITTI- Unique Initiative To Promote Research in Hindi

In order to promote fundamental research in Hindi language, the online application for applicants has begun for the second edition of ‘Gyanvritti’ under Dainik Jagran initiative 'Hindi hai hum'. Dainik Jagran’s Gyanvritti is an initiative to promote fundamental research and original writing in Hindi. Under this program, it has been envisaged to promote academically sound research on topics such as Social Science, Economics, Diplomacy, History and Political Science. In fact, there has been a long debate on how to promote research in hindi language. To resolve this debate Gyanvritti invites researchers from all over the country to submit there research papers on various topics in Hindi. Researchers are expected to send a synopsis in thousands words on the concerned subjects. Based on this, the respected jury will choose subject matter and researcher. Gyanvritti is given to the researcher for at least six months and for a maximum period of nine months on a selected subject. Last year, 3 researchers were selected under Gyanvritti. The last date for application has been extended to 31s July 2019 and applicant age should not be less than 25 years till 01 January 2019. Dainik Jagran’s Gyanvritti jury include Professor S N Chaudhary from Barkatullah University, Dr. Darvesh Gopal, Professor of Political Science ,Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and editorial team of Dainik Jagran will also serve as jury of this fellowship. To apply for Dainik Jagran Gyanvritti and to outline your research, please log in to WWW.JAGRANHINDI.IN. Dainik Jagran Gyanvritti terms and conditions are also mentioned on this website. The first edition of Dainik Jagran’s Gyanvritti witnessed three winners in which Allahabad's Deepti Samant Ray was selected for her proposed research 'Critical Analysis of Impact on Financial Inclusion in India in the Prime Minister's Jan Dhan Yojna'. The second researcher was Naish Hassan of Lucknow, whose subject was 'Mutta Marriage in Muslim Community of India, a Social Study'. The third researcher was Nirmal Kumar Pandeya of Balia whose research was 'Nationalization of Hindutva, through Hindi Hindu Hindustan, the politics of community revival in colonial India and the strengthening of linguistic-religious-cultural ideology'
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