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Home Media News The people behind Government of India's first sign language dictionary

The people behind Government of India's first sign language dictionary


Date: 02/03/2017

BBC published a news on the people behind Government of India's first sign language dictionary. Before, the Government's initiative, there are Sign Language dictionaries for general terms, physics, technical and banking done by Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University Coimbatore. And, are available in the link www.indiansignlanguage.org. This dictionary has translation for Tamil and Hindi. The initiative was supported by CBM India Trust. This Indian Sign Language dictionary is now getting into an App that would be available in Google Play Store soon to download with Videos.

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