Ribhu S| inc42 | Updated: 18 Jun’19
A NASA-funded a programme in the US has produced a series of informational videos about famous archaeological sites and institutions in India. The programme has lesson plans in Hindi aimed at teaching the language internationally in context with science and technology.
A PTI report stated that the videos in the NASA programme focus on scientific innovations at places like Amer Fort and Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, UNESCO heritage site Qutub Minar, and the rust-resilient iron pillars of Delhi.
The NASA-funded programme called STARTALK which prioritises the teaching and learning of Arabic, Hindi, Chinese and other world languages made a $90K grant to Ved Chaudhary, the director of the project.
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