Mangalore, Dec. 3: Corporation Bank, under the joint auspices of Town Official Language Implementation Committee (TOLIC), Mangalore and School of Social Work, Roshani Nilaya, Mangalore organized two days’ workshop on bilingual technology and print media for the students of the School of Social Work at the Bank’s Staff Training Centre, Mangalore
The workshop was inaugurated by G. Guruharinadha Rao, Deputy General Manager, Corporation Bank. Inaugurating the Workshop, Rao said that, “Hindi being the most widely used language in our country, it plays an important role in advertisements and publicity. Unicode fonts for Indian languages and the Inscript keyboard layout approved by the Government of India has made it easier for those engaged in media to exchange information between various Indian languages. He said that there are infinite possibilities on computers and the objective of the workshop is to introduce the students to word processing in Hindi on computers.
Dr. J. P. Nautiyal, Member Secretary, TOLIC, Mangalore and Assistant General Manager, Corporation Bank spoke on language technology and computerization and its influence on Media. He also guided the students on principles of Media writing.
The students were also exposed to various aspects of media reporting, editing, use of Hindi and other Indian languages on computers etc. during the two days’ workshop. Practical sessions were also held on word processing on computers in Hindi.
Keshav Gowda, Head of the Department of Hindi, Roshani Nilaya, Mangalore welcomed the gathering and Saraswathi, Senior Manager (OL), Corporation Bank proposed a vote of thanks in the inaugural session.