The [email protected] project, led by Manipal University, will inaugurate its Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Resource and Training Centre on 6 November at 10 AM at the Admission Hall of the Edu Building. Renowned linguist, activist, and Chairman of the People’s Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI) Dr. Ganesh N Devy will deliver the inaugural address titled ‘Multilingualism in India: Speaking of Many Tongues’.
Similar centres will open this week in Pune, Chandigarh and Puducherry as part of the project funded by the European Union. These centres will promote multilingual pedagogy, mother-tongue based education, and innovative teaching-learning practices. They will also liaise with local schools and B.Ed. colleges to train teachers and help students learn better.