Hindi Diwas is observed on 14 September to commemorate the adoption of Hindi (written in Devnagri script) as the official language of the Republic of India by the Constituent Assembly in the year 1949. Hindi Diwas celebrated at school with great enthusiasm through a special assembly conducted at school assembly. The programme commenced with lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Dr B G Hiremath, Retd. Professor of Hindi, Maharani College, Bengaluru, the Principal, Rev Fr Rohan D'Almeida SJ, the Vice-Principal, Rev Fr Balaraju SJ and Academic Advisor, Ms Sherly Wilfred; which was followed by a prayer song by the students. A skit on "Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" to emphasize & promote cleanliness was well appreciated. Students also delivered speech on the importance & beauty of Hindi language. Chief Guest &the Principal addressed the gathering and enlightened them with the significance of the official language. Staff &Students from Loyola School CBSE who were on their collaborative educational visit to our school also witnessed the special assembly. The celebration concluded with the dignitaries distributed the prizes to the winners of the various competitions which were held for the students from class 1 to 10, to encourage them to kindle their penchant for Hindi.