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India’s first sign language teachers’ association launched

13 June, 2016

Congratulations to India’s sign language teachers on establishing their first-ever association, the Indian Sign Language Teachers’ Association (ISLTA), last month in Indore. Launched on 7th May with 40 members from all over India, the ISLTA has set up an ad hoc board and will support networking and skills development among teachers as well as the promotion of ISL as a taught language in the country.


Founding members of the ISLTA celebrate in Indore


Sibaji Panda, senior lecturer at iSLanDS, said that he was proud to be able to facilitate the ISLTA’s first meeting, and as India’s very first Master Trainer for ISL teachers, he has been particularly delighted to have contributed toward the nation’s sign language community reaching this milestone.

ISLTA cake

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