‘Have affection towards mother tongue’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 09 Jan 2018 09:12:58


 

Staff Reporter,

Have affection towards mother tongue, said Dr K Venkatesham, Commissioner of Police while inaugurating Paatasala centers with 30 students and 2 sections in Nagpur
“We all should love and show affection to our language and culture and should not forget our mother tongue Telugu or our traditions especially when we are away from our places. It is our responsibility to not only keep our traditions alive but also give them to our future generations. I whole heartedly congratulate Andhra Association for bringing Paatasala to Nagpur and creating Telugu teaching facilities. I urge Telugu families to use the facility and learn Telugu,” urged Dr K Venkatesham. He was the Chief Guest during inaugural of Paatasala center in Andhra association, Nagpur on Sunday.


“Language is a skill and not a subject like Science or Maths and for learning language, we have to use different method and Paatasala has developed such method. Like any kid learns his mother tongue, Paatasala teaches Telugu through LSRW (Listening-Speaking-Reading-Writing) method which is modern, scientific and easy to learn” said Mr Subba Row V Chennuri , CEO, Paatasala Inc, explaining about Paatasala methods which are running Telugu teaching facilities in 20 centers and over 400 students for the last 4 years and a Partner agency to School Education Dept, AP State Govt and Nagpur is the first Paatasala center in India.’


“Andhra Association is committed to carry out several activities benefiting Telugu families in Nagpur and Paatasala is one such initiative. We are very happy that we received excellent response for Paatasala and Andhra Association will ensure that Paatasala centers will function efficiently and grow at a faster rate” said PSN Murthy, Secretary, Andhra Association, Nagpur.


“We have 28 registrations and have appointed two teahers and have fixed 3 pm to 5 pm on Sundays and we are open for registrations till January end. Interested people may contact us immediately” said PT Sarma, Paatasala Center Coordinator.The inaugural ceremony started with Classical dance performed by the students of Mrs AP Niveditha, Nagpur and later Paatasala registered students received a kit containing text book, notebook, pen, pencil, eraser etc.


P S N Murty, Secretary of Andra Association and his team members: P Usha Devi, P Raja Ramesh, J V Rao, J Nagamani, P T Sharma, P Padmalatha, M Nqgeshwar Rao, M Madhuri, B Ramakrishna, B Nagamani, N B S Sharma, N Madhavilatha, K Suribabu, M Seetapati Rao, J Padma worked hard for success of the programme.
M Nageshwar Rao and P V Raman compered the proceedings of the entire programme.