* To works towards to improve and develop the Hindi/Urdu language
* Bazm-e-Adab Public Library
* Organize Motivation capacity building training programmers for the youth belonging to Minority.
* Libraries in Different undeveloped areas like Slums and Villages.
* To Start arts school colleges for teaching music, singing, dance, painting, arts, craft work and other cultural activiter etc. To organize and celebrate National, Social, Cultural and Religious programme like debate Competitions, Sports Competition, Seminars, Dramas, Symposiums, Lectures etc. For the psycho-physiological development of the youth Men and Women.
In India, Urdu is spoken in places where there are large Muslim minorities or cities which were bases for Muslim Empires in the past. These include parts of Uttar Pradesh (namely Lucknow), Delhi, Moradabad, Bijnore, Rampur, Aligarh, Bhopal, Hyderabad, Bangaluru, Kolkata , Mysore , Patna , Ajmer , and Ahmedabad . Some Indian schools teach Urdu as a first language and have their own syllabus and exams. Indian madrasahs also teach Arabic as well as Urdu. India has more than 3 ,000 Urdu publications including 405 daily Urdu newspapers. Newspapers such as Sahara Urdu , Daily Salar , Hindustan Express , Daily Pasban , Siasat Daily , Munsif Daily and Inqilab are published and distributed in Bangaluru, Mysore, Hyderabad, and Mumbai.
Urdu is also one of the officially recognised languages in India and has official language status in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh and the national capital, New Delhi.
Minority in Kamptee Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, Christians and Sikhs are well represented in Kampthi, with Buddhist, Hindus and Muslims being the majority. The religions are well represented with the NCI's Christ Church founded in 1833 . There is the famous temple Ram-Mandir built in the 19th century. There is a Roman Catholic establishment of the Order of St. Francis de Sales , with a church and convent, several mosques, the Badi Masjid mosque being 130 years old and the Kolsatal Mosque being 100 years old. The Buddhists have the Dragon Palace Temple , symbol of world peace, built in 1999 . Around 1 ,000 ,000 Buddhist people from all over the world gather at Dragon Palace once in a year.
As of 2001 India census  , Kamptee had a population of 84 ,340 . Males constitute 51 % of the population and females 49 %. Kamptee has an average literacy rate of 76 %, higher than the national average of 59.5 %: male literacy is 81 %, and female literacy is 72 %. In Kamptee, 13 % of the population is under 6 years of age.
Vidarbha Minority Multipurpose Rural Development Education Society is working to perserv and promote Urdu language in Kamptee.
Its activities are:
Vidarbha Minority Multipurpose Rural Development Education Society holds monthly meetings for Urdu writers & poets
Our Society holds Annual Internation Poetry Sitting Session (Mushaira)
Society is planning to start pilot Urdu teaching classes
Society works with local council libraries.
Urdu language faces lots of difficulties and challenges from two sides: from the government and from the speakers of the language. Today a big problem is that we (Urdu speakers) have thrown out Urdu from our houses. Though we organize seminars and mushayera in metro cities we are not giving attention to the basic education of Urdu language. So, when the basic education of the language will stop then needless to say about its higher education. There is a need for Urdu speakers to be aware of the problems and interests of the language. And they should think to solve its problems and protect its interests. As for the difficulties from the government side, we cannot blame the government much because all the governments take decision when they are pressurized. For example, in Bihar Urdu is second official language but it got the status after much sacrifice of the community.
Our forefathers sacrificed for it, they made a pressure group and put the demands before the government and also they made a pressure group and put the demands before the government and also they made it an election issue until the government believed that Urdu speaking people became awake and if their demands were not fulfilled, the government would bear the political losses.
Only then it accepted their demand and Urdu became second official language. Today though Urdu language is facing problems from government but most of the problems are from our own side because we are not serious to solve the problems. Once again there is a need to make a pressure group only then the problems of the language will be solved in the country. Therefore, we think that Urdu speakers and Urdu newspapers are themselves responsible for all the problems of Urdu. What should be done to solve the problems? The proprietors and editors of Urdu newspapers and well- wishers of the language from mainstream sections should sit together to point out the problems...