History Of Central Institute Of Indian Languages

History Of Central Institute Of Indian Languages

Indian Languages
The central institute of Indian languages is situated in Mysuru, Karnataka. It is a teaching and research institute that began operation on July 17, 1969, and is a part of the Language Bureau of the Ministry of The Human Resources Department. This institute aims to preserve, protect and document dying languages like a minority or tribal languages. The Central Institute of Indian Languages (Bharathiya Bhasha Sansthan) was first established in 1969 with seven centres placed at strategic points across the country. They are: Centre for Classical Languages Centre for Tribal, Minor, Endangered Languages & Language Policies Centre for Lexicography, Folklore, Literature and Translation Studies Centre for Literacy Studies Centre for Testing and Evaluation Centre for Materials Production, Publications and Sales Centre for Information on Indian Languages The objectives of the…
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