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Proforma for the Report of the Programme

1. Programme Title : Pre-Primary Language Development Materials in Konkani
2. Collaborating Organisation: Karnataka Konkani Sahitya Academy,Mangalore
3. Date: First Phase: 29.3.2001 to 7.4.2001
Second Phase: 28.5.2001 to 2.6.2001
4. Venue: CIIL.Mysore (both phases)
5. Number and Names of Participants First Phase (9 Participants)
1. Sri.Premkumar (Bantwal)
2. Sri.H.Raghavendra Rao (Mangalore)
3. Smt.Suchitra Shenoy (Mangalore)
4. Sri. Stephen Quadrus (Puttur)
5. Sri.Xavier D`souza (Mangalore)
6. Smt.Jnanada Shanbhag (Kumta)
7. Smt Louisa D`souza (Mangalore)
8. Dr.Kusuma Pai ( Mysore)
9. Sri Ganesh Pai (Kundapur)
Second Phase: (4 Participants)
1. Sri.Stephen Quadrus
2. Smt.Jnanada Shanbhag
3. Smt.Suchitra Shenoy
4. Sri.H.Raghavendra Rao
6. Titles of their Papers: Not applicable
7. Academic Sessions: Two sessions (six hours per day)
8. Outcome of the Programme: Book entitled Konkani Kalo prepared in Kannada script.The same has been published jointly by CIIL and Karnataka Konkani Sahitya Academy,Mangalore.
9. Recommendations, if any: The material could be put on website using both Devnagari and Kannada Script.
10. Follow up action: An orientation programme for the teachers using the material could be taken up if the request comes from Karnataka Konkani Sahitya Academy.
11. Any other information: The material could be made bi-scriptal and posssibilities of using the same
material in Goa schools also could be explored.
12. Names of the Coordinators: B.Syamalakumari and S.S.Yadurajan


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