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Reports


Proforma for the Report of the Programme

1. Programme Title : Language Games in Nepali
2. Collaborating Organisation: Nil
3. Date: 7.1.2002 to 24.1.2002 (18 days)
4. Venue: CIIL,Mysore
5. Number and Names of Participants First Phase( Five Participants)
1.Sri.Jogendra Darnal (Darjeeling)
2.Sri Mani Bhitrikoti ( Darjeeling)
3.Sri. Aim Bahadur`Pathik`( Pulbazar)
4.Sri. C.K.Rai (Darjeeling)
5.Ms.Sushila Khawas (Sikkim)
6. Titles of their Papers: Not applicable
7. Academic Sessions: Two sessions (six hours per day)
8. Outcome of the Programme: About 150 Language Games have been prepared.
9. Recommendations, if any: The book would either be published as CIIL`s publication or as a collaborative work with Nepali Sahitya Sammelan, Darjeeling, with financial assistance from CIIL.
10. Follow up action: Second Workshop is slated for either December 2002 or January 2003 for designing more games. Editing will be taken up later.
11. Any other information: Nil
12. Names of the Coordinators : S.S.Yadurajan and B.Syamalakumari


 

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