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Past Information
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.

  Total 7951 trainees trained in 15 languages upto April 2001
  The State-wise and Language-wise distribution of teacher-trainees are as follows


  Contact cum correspondence courses (Dip.) have been offered in Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Urdu : About 75 trainees got Diploma and another 180 (Approximately) are undergoing courses.

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