High-level panel to implement plan and draw up modalities
The country will soon have language university that will focus on promoting Indian languages.
The Union education ministry has set up a high-level panel to draft a blueprint for Bharatiya Bhasha Vishwavidyalaya and the Indian Institute of Translation and Interpretation (IITI).
The panel chaired by former chief election commissioner N. Gopalaswami will decide on the aims and objectives of the two institutes.
The 11-member panel includes N. Gopalaswami, UGC chief D.P. Singh, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sankrit University vice-chancellor Ramesh Kumar Pandey, Mahatamagandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya vice-chancellor Rajnish Shukla.
The panel will review the infrastructure under the Central Institute of Indian Languages in More for land, buildings and manpower, academic as well as non-academic, and how they can be used for the varsity, the ministry order said.
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