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Hindi classes at Hindi Centres will resume on 25 June 2011; Hindi Centres Day 2011 (Annual Concert) will be on 16 July 2011 at Republic Polytechnic

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Namaskar! Greetings from The Hindi Society

Speak Hindi- If you do not use it, you will lose it!

  Sale of Books for Semestar II / Enrichment Classes in June 2011  new;

  Prize-Giving Ceremony  new;

  Hindi Centres Newsletter 2011 -Vol 1   new;


 Hindi Centres             
 Centre I                                Centre II                            Centre III  

  Stamford Primary School     Shuqun Primary School         Griffiths Primary School
  1 VictoriaLane                 8 Jurong West Street 51       3 Tampines Street 22
  Singapore 198423                  Singapore 649332                Singapore 529366

 Centre IV                              Centre V                             Centre VI
  Admiralty Primary School       Anchor Green Pri School          Bukit View Primary School
  11 Woodlands Circle              31 Anchorvale Drive           18 Bukit Batok Street 21
  Singapore 739807                  Singapore 544969                 Singapore 659634

 Centre VII                                                      
  Naval Base Primary School                                                                           
  7 Yishun Ave 4                                     
  Singapore 769028                                             





CHIJ (Katong) Pri Sch

Bukit View Pri School

Compassvale Pri School

Eunos Pri School

Clementi Pri School

Northland Pri School

Opera Estate Pri School

Henry Park Pri School

Peiying Pri School

Griffiths Pri School

Methodist Girls'School (Pri)

Unity Pri School

St. Hilda's Pri School

Princess Elizabeth Pri Sch

Woodlands Pri School

St. Stephen's School

Queenstown Pri School

Northland Sec School

Tanjong Katong Pri Sch

Qifa Primary School

Northview Pri School

Telok Kurau Pri School

Shuqun Pri School

Endeavour Pri School

Tanjong Katong Sec Sch

Anglo Chinese Sch (Independent)

Tanjong Katong Girls' Sch

Bukit Batok Sec School

Victoria School

Commonwealth Sec School

CHIJ Katong Convent

Methodist Girls' School (Sec)

NUS High Sch of Maths & Sc


Anglo Chinese Sch (Junior)

Balestier Hill Pri School

CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel

Da Qiao Pri School

Raffles Girls' Pri School

River Valley Pri School

St. Gabriel's Pri School

St. Margaret's Pri School

St. Joseph's Institution Junior

St. Andrew's Sch (Junior)

Townsville Pri School

Zhonghua Pri School

Blangah Rise Pri School

St. Margaret's Sec School

Anglo-Chinese Sch (Barker Rd)

Raffles Girls' School (Sec)

S'pore Chinese Girls' Sch

Raffles Institution

Sch of Sc & Technology

St. Gabriel's Sec School

SJI (International)


We are a non-profit body dedicated to the teaching of Hindi. We run Hindi classes in Singapore, primarily for school-going children but also for adults at basic, intermediate and advanced levels. We have been operational since Jan 1990.

With more than 2,100 students, we are the biggest Hindi-language institution in Singapore and one of the largest institutions in the world dedicated to the teaching of the Hindi language. Classes are held at seven Hindi Centres and fifty-four schools participating in a Parallel Hindi Programme (PHP). They cover the entire spectrum of formal general Hindi education in Singapore, from Pre-Primary to Pre-University (ages 4 and up). Classes at the Hindi Centres are held once a week, either on Saturday mornings or afternoons. Classes in the PHP are held at the schools themselves during second-language periods.

The Hindi Society is run completely by volunteers; it is part of the self-help initiative that the Hindi-speaking community has embarked upon to enable students to study Hindi and to preserve their cultural traditions. Teachers are paid an honorarium for their services.

We have quite some information online, both specific to The Hindi Society and of a general nature; explore the links on the right. Note that on screen our links are NOT underlined but appear in bold red (unvisited) or bold purple (visited). Announcements and other breaking news are at the top of the page.

Feel free to contact us if you require any further information - our contact details are at the bottom of every page.

Our FAQ List will provide some quick answers to common questions.

There are a number of organisations, Indian and non-Indian, we work with or who support us.

Happy browsing!