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Regional Language Centres and Extension Services


Intensive Courses, Phonetic Readers, Vocabularies and State School Readers in all languages have been published through C.I.I.L. Intermediate and Advance Readers, Pictorial Glossaries in most of the languages are also published, while same for other languages are at different stages of publication.


The centres keep close liaison with State Government Agencies such as SCERT, SLI, Cultural and Sahitya Academies and other language & tribal research organisations as well as with the directorates of secondary educations of the region and the language departments of the universities of the region.
The centres offer langauge counselling to the State bodies as above, conducts collaborative programmes such as seminars, workshops, short term training programmes etc. and collaborate with State Agencies in the preparation of dictionaries and translation of classical literary works.

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