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The Central Institute of Indian Languages was established on 17th July 1969 to help, evolve and implement the language policy of the Government of India and to co-ordinate the development of Indian languages through research, training, material production for their use in education, administration and other public domains. The Institute has seven Regional Language Centres to impart 10 months intensive training in modern Indian languages to the teachers deputed by different State Governments and Union Territories.

All the States and Union Territories of India have adopted the Official Language Policy. The implementation of official language policy varies from State to State. In order to understand the reasons for varying degrees of the implementation of the official language policy, the Central Institute of Indian Languages undertook a Survey to study the process of implementation of the official language policy of different States.

The Survey brings out the factors which are responsible for high or low achievement of goals set by policy makers. It also provides a comparative statement about different aspects of the process of implementation. Further, it suggests strategies for more effective implementation of the official language policies in a multilingual and multiethnic context.

As apart of this Survey a Seminar was organized by the Institute on "Goals and Strategies of Development of Indian Languages" in 1994. In this Seminar papers were presented related to language planning and official language implementation in various States. The proceedings of the Seminar are published in the book form by the CIIL.

We hope that the present volume will be a useful reference for scholars in the area of language planning as well as practicing language planners.

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State Official Language Policy Implementation

Item Code:
NAX396
Cover:
HARDCOVER
Edition:
2000
ISBN:
8173420653
Language:
English
Size:
10.00 X 7.00 inch
Pages:
224
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Weight of the Book: 0.52 Kg
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Foreword

The Central Institute of Indian Languages was established on 17th July 1969 to help, evolve and implement the language policy of the Government of India and to co-ordinate the development of Indian languages through research, training, material production for their use in education, administration and other public domains. The Institute has seven Regional Language Centres to impart 10 months intensive training in modern Indian languages to the teachers deputed by different State Governments and Union Territories.

All the States and Union Territories of India have adopted the Official Language Policy. The implementation of official language policy varies from State to State. In order to understand the reasons for varying degrees of the implementation of the official language policy, the Central Institute of Indian Languages undertook a Survey to study the process of implementation of the official language policy of different States.

The Survey brings out the factors which are responsible for high or low achievement of goals set by policy makers. It also provides a comparative statement about different aspects of the process of implementation. Further, it suggests strategies for more effective implementation of the official language policies in a multilingual and multiethnic context.

As apart of this Survey a Seminar was organized by the Institute on "Goals and Strategies of Development of Indian Languages" in 1994. In this Seminar papers were presented related to language planning and official language implementation in various States. The proceedings of the Seminar are published in the book form by the CIIL.

We hope that the present volume will be a useful reference for scholars in the area of language planning as well as practicing language planners.

**Contents and Sample Pages**










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