The department of Hindi started in 1969 with the establishment of the college. At that time, 127 students were studying in the college. In the Faculty of Arts and Commerce, 8 and 5 total 13 students were studying in Hindi respectively. today, the number of students learning in Hindi is 300. The results of the examinations are also increasing continuously. Many students are giving their services in government services, business world, social institutions, political and other fields and are brightening the name of the college.
Paratwada is a small and backward town located in the lap of tribal region of Melghat. There are many tribal students in our college. At the same time, the number of Hindi speaking students is also not in small number but due to being a Marathi speaking area, Marathi has its influence on Hindi. In such a situation Hindi learning is a challenge. Variation of pronunciation, spelling inaccuracies, lack of language understanding and grammatical errors during teaching-learning is a great difficulty in dealing with all these issues. Students are guided through prescribed curriculum, literature and cultural activities, in which their problems are resolved. Academic activities such as good hand-writing, grammatical workshops, lectures, symposiums, group discussions, debates, essay competitions, unit evaluation sessions, assessments, etc. Are conducted throughout the year which benefit the students and the exam results are received as expected.
The success percentage of Hindi students is higher in the centre, state and other competitive examinations. The Hindi department is constantly in the same endeavour that the tendency and inclination of the students to study should be maintained so that they can get employment. At the same time, students are introduced to periodical literature and literary writers keeping in mind their character, personality and all round development. A two days UGC sponsored national seminar on “Hindi keSamkaleen Dalit Katha Sahitya me Samajik Chetana” (1980 se Aajtak) was organized by the Hindi Department on 2 to 3 February 2010. In addition, from time to time, professors of the department have been participating in national and international level seminars, research journals and have links with academic and literary institutions.