How is life for Hindi speaking students in VIT Vellore?

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Author: Sheo Shankar Jha      Post Date: 14 Apr 2023        
VIT vellore is a reputed private university and due to its rapport, students from the different corners would be interested to pursue their studies in Engineering and Management stream. Since the intake of students is considered after careful scrutiny of their potential and intelligence through the different series of tests, we can safely conclude that the students have wider interest in the different hobbies including their interactions to mix with the students of Hindi belt.

Students from Bihar, UP, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand can be seen in the campus speaking Hindi fluently with their colleagues. Moreover it does not remain confined to these sections only but invite other non Hindi Speaking pupils to join their campaign to popularise Hindi.

Though the professors from Hindi Belt do not constitute large numbers but they are not averse to this language. The entire environment is friendly with the larger inclination and passion towards learning Hindi.

To sum up, the entire campus is charged with positive environment respecting the different languages including their more passion for Hindi. There is the strong bond of the students of diverse cultures.
Author: Drupad Madhavan      Post Date: 11 Apr 2023        
VIT Vellore is a national-level university with students from all over India. One of my friends recently got into VIT for his Masters and we were meeting up after a long time. He was telling me how surprised he was at the student population. Even though the University is situated in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, the Student demographic consisted of adults from all over India, with an almost equal division between North Indian and South Indian populations.

VIT also maintains a 1:10 Faculty to Student ratio and most of the professors are from all over India as well with a few foreign professors as well. I think that Hindi Speaking students might not feel alienated in such a diverse space. Also, keep in mind that the primary language spoken at the university is English, with classes and other formalities in the same language. Hence, I'm sure that Hindi-speaking students would fit right in and feel at home.
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