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तेलुगु वेळुगु: Telugu Velugu (An Old and Rare Book in Telugu)

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Item Code: MZH558
Author: Ramnar Singham
Publisher: Central Institute Of Indian Languages, Mysore
Language: Telugu
Edition: 1974
Pages: 148
Other Details 9.50 X 7.00 inch
Weight 250 gm
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Haryana is the first State to respond to our call for systematic language planning. The State opted for Telugu with a view to implementing the three-language-formula in more serious manner. So far we have trained 55 teacher trainees from Haryana State who are working as Telugu Teachers. We have also offered a Refresher Course at the end of the second year. It was soon realised by the teachers as well as the State authorities that the books whether prepared by the Andhra Pradesh Government for the mother-tongue Telugu children or prepared elsewhere, were not suitable for the Secondary School children at Haryana. It was necessary to produce text-books specially suited to those children who learn Telugu as second language and whose mother-tongue is Hindi. At the request of the State Government, the Central Institute of Indian Languages undertook a produce a text-book to be used in the State. I am glad that Shri P. Ramanarasimham, a member of the faculty of the Southern Regional Language Centre of the Central Institute of Indian Languages, undertook to write this book.

This book contains 24 lessons. First four lessons are review lessons of the structures introduced in the second level book. The last lesson reviews the structures introduced in this book. The book contains conversations and prose passages specially written keeping in mind ‘the level of the students. There are some selected prose passages on scientific topics also included to introduce the conception prose. Each lesson introduces one or two new structures and is followed by exercises designed to test the comprehension of the lesson and to give practice on the new structures. There are also a few poems. The lessons are intended not only to teach the language but also to give a glimpse of the aspects of Telugu literature, society and history.

The consultants have spent considerable time in discussing the format and in evaluating the book as a whole. All those who have helped in making this book a success deserve appreciation. if Hindi speaking students find it useful for learning Telugu then I would consider this project a success.

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