Warangal : Seminar on Ancient Language status for Telugu
WARANGAL: Speakers at a seminar on `Recognition of Telugu language as ancient and second official language' stressed the need for recognition of Telugu as ancient language.
Organised by the School of Folk and Tribal Lore, Telugu University, it was attended by poets, writers and laureates. School dean N. Bhakthavatsala Reddy said as part of the efforts to secure Telugu an ancient language status, it was decided to organise seminars at the district-level. People of different regions would be apprised of the efforts being made in this direction.
Telugu University Vice-Chancellor A. Manjulatha said Telugu was an easy language to spread knowledge about science and technology and there was a need to promote it. The university would not only conduct similar meetings in Andhra Pradesh but in other parts where Telugu speaking people resided. At a recent meeting, a unanimous resolution was passed seeking the ancient language status to Telugu.
Former Telugu University V-C Acharya Pervaram Jagannatham, KU Arts college principal G. Srinivasa Reddy and others were also present.
Courtesy: The Hindu