Central Institute of Indian Languages Admission Form 2014-15
The Central Institute of Indian Languages invites application for admittance into 10 month training programmes in Language Education at its Regional Language Centres every year. The official details for the same will also be available on its official gateway- ciil.org . Therefore, Teachers, Minority language speakers, Translators or any other interested candidates are requested to read the important particulars mentioned below and apply as soon as the next notification is issued.
Candidates should not have any previous knowledge in the language applied for. They should not be trained previously in any of the above languages in any of the CIIL Centres. 10% Open Seats are for those who are Post Graduates in language or allied subjects with language as one of the major subjects at graduate level. 10% seats are reserved for Speakers of lesser known languages of smaller communities/tribal languages who are at least graduates. 80% of the seats are reserved for teachers serving in Government/Government aided/Government recognized High School with 3 years of teaching experience.
The selected teachers from Government or Fully Government aided schools will be paid their salaries based on the Last Pay Certificate sent by their individual Drawing and Disbursing Officers duly countersigned by the Inspector of Schools or DEO to the apprehensive Principals of the Regional Language Centers. Nevertheless, the remaining trainees will be remunerated with a joint monthly salary of Rs.5000/-.
Process of Application:
Students accomplishing the basic requisites as per the official admission notification are supposed to download the CIIL Application form via links provided on ciil.org . Fill this form accurately with all your authentic details and then send the completed form accompanied with all mandatory enclosures as well as a crossed DD worth INR.150/- in favour of Director, CIIL, payable at Mysore to the below mentioned address through ordinary post within the last dates:-
Central Institute of Indian Languages,
Mysore – 570 006
The Central Institute of Indian Languages was entrenched by the Government of India in 1969 under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education. In the last 44 years of its continuation, it has grown into a leading Institution concerned with the use and development of all Indian languages. It is documented within the country as well as abroad for the quality of its wide-ranging linguistic research and language studies.