Shanghai International University to open up Hindi course

India today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a leading Chinese university in Shanghai for establishing a Hindi Language Chair at the varsity.
The MoU was signed by Indian envoy to China S Jaishankar and Shanghai International Studies University Executive Vice President Feng Qinghua on October 29 at Shangiah, a release from the Indian Consulate in Shanghai said today. Peking University and Guangdong Foreign University have similar Chairs to teach Hindi.
Under the terms of the agreement, Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) in consultation with SISU shall appoint a Hindi Language professor to teach the language to Chinese and international students at the Shanghai International Studies University.

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