CLIL@India Team

Looking Back on 2018!

Wishing everyone a vibrant, hope-filled and a productive 2019! CLIL@India looks forward to contributing to the Indian Education System and achieving the goals we were formed with. As we step into the New Year with much hope and enthusiasm, we would love to share what CLIL@India has been up to. From conducting Open CLIL Training […]

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A Reportage on the CLIL@India Project

Tanya Brooks, a PhD scholar from Tezpur University, visited the CLIL Resource and Training Centre at Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), during July 16-19, 2018 as part of her field work for her research. She shares experience and her observations on the CLIL@India Project as well as insights gained through her interviews with the […]

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2017 at a Glance!

The CLIL@India Project took off in early October of 2016. With the ambitious goal of preserving the multilingualism in India by way of disseminating CLIL methodology, we have engaged with Higher Education Institutes, secondary schools, and NGOs. In the (almost) 15-month period, we are happy to let you know that CLIL Resource and Training Centres have […]

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Multilingualism in India: Speaking of Many Tongues

Renowned linguist, activist, and Chairman of the People’s Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI) Dr. Ganesh N Devy delivered the inaugural address at the opening of CLIL Resource and Training Centre in Manipal University in Karnataka. His address, titled ‘Multilingualism in India: Speaking of Many Tongues’, mapped the issue of languages on the Indian subcontinent over […]

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10% of world’s endangered languages spoken in India: PLSI

“Coastal languages are the most threatened languages of the country,” says Ganesh N. Devy. By Kishor Dwivedi Four hundred of the total 780 languages in India are facing a threat of ‘extinction’ over the next 50 years, says linguist Ganesh N Devy. India constitutes 10 per cent of the 4,000 languages from across the world […]

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