Centre for Compartive Study of Indian Languages
The Core Areas f CCSILC are :
- In linguistics, the comparative method is a technique for studying the development and growth of languages.
- CCSILC aspires to Study the linguistic and communicative idiosyncrasies of Indian languages such as; * Dravadian, *Tribal, * Endangered and *Indo Aryan, Austro Asiatic Languages
CCSILC has a broad mission in Translation Studies:
- Supporting the scholarly analysis and creation of translations
- Collaborating with writers, and scholars.
- Enhancing the visibility of the translator as a mediator between cultures.
- Developing innovative translation workshop pedagogy
- Publishing the international journal of Translation Review
- Establishing a translation forum at AMU
STUDIES IN FOLK TRADITION
- India is a land of innumerable culture and folk traditions. In the earlier days folk theatres like Tamasha and Nautanki and other folk forms were used to convey an important message
- CCSILC endeavors to make semiotic study to explore the various forms of folk culture that exists in the country