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Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore
Central Institute of Indian Languages was established to co-ordinate the development of Indian Languages, to bring about tthe essential unity of Indian languages through scientific studies, Promote inter-disciplinary research, contribute to mutual enrichment of languages, and thus contribute towards emotional integration of people of India .
Contact Information of Central Institute of Indian Languages
Advices and Assists Central as well as State Governments in the matters of language.
Contributes to devlopment of all Indian Languages by creating content and corpus.
Protects and Documents Minor, Minority and Tribal Languages
Promotes Linguistic harmony by teaching 15 Indian languages to non-native learners.
Central Institute of Indian Languages
Department of Higher Education,Language Bureau
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Government of India
Manasagangothri, Hunsur Road,