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Regional Language Centres and Extension Services

The Regional Language Centres intend to

  • Increase the annual intake capacity of trainees to 600 for 15 languages

  • Conduct 15 N.I. Camps in 15 Languages every year.

  • Conduct 15 Refresher Courses every year.

  • Organise 7 Contact programmes in seven regions for ex-teacher trainees and education authorities every year.

  • Establish 20 book corners in each of 17 languages every year.

  • Conduct language exams in schools for all the 17 languages

  • Increase Cash Allowance to teachers teaching the language in schools

  • Establish an Information Centre in each Regional Centre

  • Organise regular Extension (schoo0l inspection) Programs to the schools where teaching is going on.

  • Persuade the State Governments and UT to incorporate teaching of Indian Languages under CIIL Scheme.

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