DBHPS introduces the Hindi language to the people, and its aim is to spread the language in the south India. Much before independence i.e, as early as 1918, Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, aimed at the need to unite the northern & southern states of the country in the greatest interest of integration of the nation. Therefore he founded the Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha at Madras, as Hindi was spoken by the largest section of the people of India. Mahatma Gandhi was the life time President of this institution.
In a Year twice Tamilnadu Sabha is conducting hindi exams, Higher exams are conducted by Chennai Central Sabha. There are 350 examinations centers. Prathmic to Praveshika are conducted by Tamilnadu Sabha. Visavath, Pravin, Nisthath, Hindi typewriting, Hindi shorthand are conducted by Chennai Sabha. In higher exams regional languages like Tamil, Telungu, Kannadam, Malayalam are taught compulsory.
To develope the Hindi campaigning in Tamilnadu following branches are functioning. So that Hindi campaigners, Public, Students are getting necessary information easily.
Pondicherry, Karaikal, Neyveli, Cuddalore, Salem, Vellore, Coimbatore, Karur, Madurai, Tutocorin & Nagarkoil. In all 11 cities Sabha branches are there. By availing subsidy from Central Government 111 Mahavidyalayas, 75 one teacher Vidyalayas, 300 part time Vidyalayas are functioning in TamilNadu.
On behalf of TamilNadu Sabha Hindi Magazine registered by Government comes out as a bilingual monthly magazine (Hindi & Tamil). 7000 magazines are printed every month Hindi prachara press is functioning on behalf of sabha. Necessary books, exam answer sheets, question papers and Hindi magazine for the sabha are printed in the press.
These details have been reterived from www.dbhps-chennai.com
Mission & Vision
Prachara Sabha aimed at the need to unite the northern & southern states of the country in the greatest interest of integration of the nation.