TDIL

AcronymDefinition
TDILTechnology Development for Indian Languages
TDILTrauma and Dissociation Israel (International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation)
TDILTurbo De-Interleaver/De-Interleaving
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TDIL has funded research in the country's premier technology institutes such as the IITs to develop regional language tools to make technology accessible to every Indian.
The partnership between the Consortium and Firstouch was facilitated by TDIL formalized through an MOU between IIT Madras and OSLabs Technology India Pvt.
The rating reflects TDIL's business strategy to fast establish itself in a developing market niche - personal line insurance - supported by robust technology platform, and quality systems and processes.
TDIL Programme & FOSS group of DeitY and C-DAC will be further working with NCPUL under the overall guidance of DeitY for bringing out various standards, tools and technologies for Urdu language.
TDIL progamme is also focussing on making the language technologies accessible through mobile device.
HTML 5.0 Tour in India began here today under the aegis of TDIL Programme, Department of Electronics & Information Technology.
In order to proliferate the awareness and benefits of HTML 5.0 standard in India, W3C India office - working under the aegis of TDIL Programme, Department of Electronics & Information Technology - is organizing HTML 5.0 Tour in India starting tomorrow in Delhi and then moving to 5 metro cities: Bangalore (19th September), Hyderabad (21st September), Kolkata (23rd September) and Pune (25th September) details available at http://www.w3cindia.in/HTML5-tour-2013/index.html .
Department of Electronics and Information Technology has initiated Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL) Programme with the objective of making available the software tools for information processing in 22 constitutionally recognized Indian languages.
Developed under the aegis of Technology Development for Indian Languages Programme (TDIL) of DeitY (Department of Electronics and IT), these would be available free of cost, for public use.