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1. Programme Title : (Seminar/Workshop/Project in workshop mode/ Orientation programme/Others)
WORKSHOP FOR THE PREPARATION OF SCRIPTS FOR PRONUNCIATION CASSETTES OF MANIPURI.
2. Collaborating Organization, if any : SCERT, Imphal (Manipur)
3. Date : November 5 - 14, 2001.
4. Venue : Imphal
5. Number and names of the participants: 12 Participants + 4 Resource Persons.
Sri W.Tomchou Singh, Dr.M.S. Ningomba, Dr.I.S. Kangjam, Dr.O. Ibochaoba Singh, Dr.Ch. Yashawanta Singh, Dr.S. Lanchenba Meitri, Dr.N. Pramodini Devi, Ms.M. Nalini Devi, Sri J.G.Thingiyam, Sri S.Bupendra Singh, Sri A. Mani Singh
6. Titles of their Papers : Not Applicable.
7. Academic Sessions : 2 Sessions (6 hours per day)
8. Outcome of the Programme : Scripts for Pronunciation Cassette of Manipuri have been prepared.
9. Recommendations, if any : Cassettes to be produced by the Institute.
10. Follow up action : A Workshop has been proposed for editing of the Scripts and recording the edited scripts during 2002-03.
11. Any other information : Nil.
12. Name of the Coordinator(s) : Dr.I.S. Borkar (Central Institute of Indian Languages)
Shrimali Debala Devi (Local)


 

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