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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 of Financial Assistance for Little Magazines


INSTRUCTIONS
Application Form
Synopsis Proforma
1
The proposed magazine should have completed publication of one year and brought out at least one or two issues before the date of the application.
2
The magazine shall consist of at least thirty two pages in demi size.
3
It shall not be published by a publishing house, which brings out several newspapers/journals/magazines.  
4
The circulation of the proposed magazine shall be a minimum of 500 copies and may not exceed 3000 copies.
5
The magazine shall be of a considerable literary merit.
6
It shall not publish any writings which are not in the national interest.
7
The magazine approved for grant will be supported with a financial assistance of Rs. 20,000/- annually for a period of three consecutive years.
8
The grantee shall submit a fresh application every year.
9
During the first time application, applicant must submit the following along with the application form
a) A copy of registration certificate attested by gazetted officer
b) A copy of resolution passed in the board of editors wherein approval to apply for       financial assistance in GIA-CIIL is obtained
c) Synopsis of the magazine in 200 words preferably in English
d) A copy of the previous year and current year issue of the magazine
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
11
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
During the second and third time application a copy of the latest (current year) issue shall be submitted.
14
The applicant shall maintain an identical signature in all the documents related to the grant.
15
In case of any change in the postal address of the applicant after the submission of the application, the same may be intimated to the Institute immediately.  
16
No interim correspondences shall be entertained as the processing of the proposal takes at least six months from the date of receipt of the application.
17
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.
18
The proposal once rejected by Grant in Aid Committee shall be rejected.
19
Application with incomplete information will be rejected.
20
Application which is not in prescribed pro-forma and without photo shall be rejected.
21
It could be monolingual or bilingual but the content should not be of religious preaching or political propaganda.
Application Form
Synopsis Proforma
     

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