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Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities (in Hindi).
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In this lesson Rahul Agrawal has discussed another important Constitutional body, Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities. Must Watch video.

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sir ek constitutional body bacha hai pls .....continue kijiye use
sir please made course on specific topics of GS 2 like separation of power between various organ ...comparison of indian constitutional per the syllabus of GS 2 thank you so much sir
bht acha lgta h sir pls continue
bht acha lgta h sir pls continue
  1. R. AGRAWAL About Special offer for linquistic minorities (1957 created)

  2. 10% Discount On Credit C rent Affairs Course ON UNACADEMY PLUS Last Date for Registration 6 March Hurry Up Limited Seats Price Can Increase R. AGRAWAL

  3. R. AGRAWAL >Constitutional body article 350 - B > Appointed by president 7th constitutional amendment (1956) No mention of removal, tenure, salaries etc. in the constitution

  4. R. AGRAWAL Special officer for linguistic minorities is designated as the commissioner for linguistic minorities Headquarters at Allahabad 3 regional offices Assistant commissioner

  5. R. AGRAWA About Linquistic Minorities

  6. R. AGRAWAL Most of the States have a dominant language which is spoken by majority of the people which is called as regional language. All those who do not speak the Regional Language belong to linguistic minorities. Three different kinds of linguistic minorities could be identified in India and they are: Linguistic minorities Linguistic minorities with tribal affiliation Linguistic minorities with religious affiliation

  7. Office of linguistic minorities fall under ministry of minority affairs To investigate all matters relating to the safeguards provided for linguistic minorities Report to the president Place before both houses of parliament R. AGRAWAL

  8. R. AGRAWAL To promote & preserve linguistic minority groups To spread awareness amongst the linguistic minorities about the safeguards available to them. To ensure that the states/UTs effectively implement the agreed safeguards for linguistic minorities

  9. Safequards for Linquistic Minorities are: R. AGRAWAL Translation and publication of important rules, regulations, notices, etc., into all languages, which are spoken by at least 15% of the total population at district or sub- district level. Declaration of minority languages as second official language in districts where persons speaking such languages constitute 60% or more of the population. Receipt of, and reply to, representations in minority languages: scheme of safeguards. Instruction through mother tongues/ minority languages at the Primary stage of educatiorn Instruction through minority languages at the Secondary stage of education. Advance registration of linguistic preference of linguistic minority pupils, and inter- school adjustments.

  10. R. AGRAWA Safequards for Linquistic Minorities are: The Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL), Mysore, a subordinate office of the Ministry of Human Resource Development is implementing a scheme for preservation and protection of languages spoken by less than 10000 people. Under the scheme, grammatical descriptions, monolingual and bilingual dictionaries, language primers, anthologies of folklore, encyclopedias, etc of all the endangered lanquages mother tonques, especially those spoken by less than 10000 persons are prepared.