First ‘Indian Sign Language’ Dictionary Of 3000 Words Launched In Delhi
First ‘Indian Sign Language’ Dictionary : Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot, Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, today propelled the main ‘Indian Sign Language Dictionary’.
NEW DELHI: Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot, Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, today propelled the principal ‘Indian Sign Language Dictionary’. The lexicon involves 3000 words. The word reference was produced by Indian Sign Language Research and Training Center (ISLR&TC) under Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPwD), M/o Social Justice and Empowerment. Pastors of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Shri Krishan Pal Gujar and Shri Ramdas Athwale and Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar were likewise present at the capacity where the word reference was uncovered.
Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot, in his address on the event said that ISL Dictionary has been created to conquer correspondence obstructions between the hard of hearing and hearing groups as it is centered around giving more data in Indian gesture based communication. He said that the ISL Dictionary will give Deaf individuals the established appropriate to discourse and chance of flexibility of articulation and furthermore carry them into the standard of the general public. He said that soon numerous new words will be included this lexicon.
ISLR&TC had been taking a shot at building up the Indian Sign Language Dictionary for last one and a half years.
According to the registration 2011, there are 50, 71,007 Deaf individuals and 19, 98,535 with discourse incapacity in India. ISLRTC, New Delhi understanding the gravity of the circumstance and issues being looked by the substantial number of Deaf individuals in like manner correspondence took up the onus to build up the word reference.
ISL lexicon comprises of five classes of words for instance legitimate terms, therapeutic terms, scholarly terms, specialized terms and day by day utilize words. The recordings are likewise subtitled. The English and Hindi terms in the lexicon will enable kids to learn English too.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)