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Final listed Candidates for IXth Batch-'3 week Intensive Training Programme - Course on Introduction to Translation' of NTM (from 19th January to 9th February, 2015)
Requirement of Project Personnel in Centre of Excellence for Studies in Classical Kannada [CESCK]
Shortlisted Candidates for IXth Batch-'3 week Intensive Training Programme - Course on Introduction to Translation' of NTM (from 19th January to 9th February, 2015)
Scheme for Protection and Preservation of Endangered Languages (SPPEL): Announcement
Requirement of Project Director, Centre of Excellence for Studies in Classical Kannada
 
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