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Regional Language Centres and Extension Services

Field Activity
  About 300 Refresher Courses have been conducted in various languages.
  380 Book Corners are established in the schools in various States
  About 120 N.I. Camps have been conducted in various languages, where school children learning the non-mother tongues from our ex-trainees participate and mingle with peer groups of the hosting States.
  About 4000 trained teachers are teaching the language in the schools either within or outside the school curriculum
  About 3000 teachers got cash incentives for teaching the languages in schools under CIIL Scheme.

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