The Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) was set up to organize and unite Indian languages through scientific studies, promote inter-disciplinary research, contribute to the mutual enrichment of languages and the subsequent integration of the country. The CIIL counsels central and state governments with respect to languages and its development. In addition, the institute protects minority and tribal languages and promotes linguistic harmony. The website of the CIIL provides users with information on the organization profile, educational technology units, commissioned projects, awards, and service groups. Users can access information regarding the various regional language centers and extension services (PLC’S). Field activities, future programs, research projects, publications, training facility, surveys and library information related to the institute’s operations can be accessed via the website. Furthermore, general information related to CIIL staff, RTI, online courses, academic programs and CIIL related sites are available on the website. In addition, Grants in Aid (GIA) for the development of Indian languages including guidelines, scheme proposals, grants, and expenditure information is available on the website.
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