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CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF INDIAN LANGUAGES
(Ministry of Human Resource Development, Dept. of Higher Education, Govt. of India)
HUNSUR ROAD, MANASAGANGOTRI, MYSORE - 570 006.

SCHEME-I : FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR BULK PURCHASE OF BOOKS INSTRUCTIONS


INSTRUCTIONS
Application Form
Synopsis Proforma
NOC Proforma
1
Authors, editors, translators and recognized Institutions are eligible under this Scheme. 
2
Only copyright holders are eligible to apply.
3
Commercial publishers are not eligible to apply for their own publications or on behalf of their customers.
4
Separate application shall be submitted in respect of each title.
5
Three complimentary copies of the book shall be submitted along with the application (in one parcel). These copies will not be returned to the applicant.
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A synopsis of the proposed book in about 200 words preferably in English shall be provided in a separate sheet along with the application.
7
If the copyright is held by someone other than the author or in case of more than one author/editor/translator, the applicant should submit NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE (NOC) on stamp paper of value  Rs. 20/- 
8
If the work is a translation, a copy of permission letter given by the author or NOC on stamp paper valued Rs. 20/- (from the author or self declaration) should be furnished.
9
If the applicant applies on behalf of an organization or trust, he/she must submit the following along with the application form.
a)Attested copy of registration certificate/trust deed
b)The list of Members of the organization
c) A copy of resolution passed in the board wherein approval to apply for financial        assistance in GIA-CIIL is obtained.
10
A copy of Pan Card should be submitted in addition to any one of the following as proof of identity while submitting the application.
a.Aadhar Card 
b.Driving license
c.Passport
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Also Election/voter’s ID must be submitted as a proof of Residence.
12
Cancelled cheque/photocopy of first page of bank pass book containing all   the following details with passport size photograph should be submitted along with application.
(i)Name of the Account holder (as in Bank Pass book)  
(ii)Account No. (13 digits only)
(iii)Name and Address of the Bank
(iv)Branch Name and Code No.
(v)IFS Code              
13
The applicant shall maintain an identical signature in all the documents related to the grant.
14
In case of any change in the postal address of the applicant after the submission of the application, the same should be intimated to the Institute immediately.  
15
No interim correspondence shall be entertained.
16
Request for financial assistance can be made for 3 titles, out of which there is a provision to consider only one in the Meeting.
17
If an applicant avails the grant once, his/her next proposal will be considered for processing only after two years from the date of approval of his/her grant, after exhausting provisions for considering new proposals.
18
Whitener/correction fluid should not be used while filling in the application. Corrections may be carried out by striking out in pen and attesting it with a short sign of the applicant.
19
The proposal once approved or rejected by Grant in Aid Committee shall be rejected.
20
Application with incomplete information will be rejected.
21
Application which is not in prescribed pro-forma and without photo shall be rejected.
BOOKS ELIGIBLE FOR GRANT
1
Bibliographies, dictionaries, glossaries, encyclopaedias, anthologies, travelogues and self-instructional materials  
2
Books on linguistic, literary, indological, social, anthropological, cultural, scientific and technological themes and their translations 
3
Translations of creative writing either from or into those languages that are under CIIL’s GIA scheme.
4
Publication of doctoral or such other degree – related research projects wil also be considered for grant, depending upon the availability of funds.
5
The book for which grant is sought should have been published not more than ten years before the date of application. 
6
Minimum number of pages of the book should be at least 48 including the preliminary pages.
7
Ideally, the minimum size of the book shall be as given below: -
·  Demy ⅛th 
·  Demy ¼ th  
·  Crown ⅛th 
·  Crown ¼ th
·  A4 
·  A5 
However, books printed in other sizes will be considered based on their merit.
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Depending on the funds availability, the GIAC could also identify the books in certain languages from authors/publishers for distribution among libraries where they would be found useful.  This provision will be specially used for languages from where sufficient applications are not received.
BOOKS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR GRANT
1
Poetry, drama, novels and short stories  (unless they are complete works of a given author needed for academic programmes)
2
Text books.
3
Books that have already availed grant from Central and State government bodies for publication shall not be considered for purchase.
4
The titles which have once received grant under Publication scheme of Grant-in-Aid will not be considered under Bulk Purchase Scheme.
5
Reprinted/Revised/Enlarged editions
6
Any information about the book printed on sticker sheet/Rubber stamp/correction fluid (i.e. price, year of publication, copyright etc.)
7
Books on political propaganda and religious preaching.
8
Any writing which is not in the national interest
 
Application Form
Synopsis Proforma
NOC Proforma

   
   

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