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About 2nd Edition of ISL Dictionary
1. According to Census 2011, there are 50.71 lakh hearing impaired persons in India. Most of the deaf people use Indian Sign Language to communicate.
2. The ISL Dictionary aims to offer these people the maximum number of words, which will not only expand their learning but also help them express their feelings and ideas in a better way.
3. The dictionary will serve as a resource for ISL teachers, ISL learners, teachers of the deaf people, interpreters, parents of hearing impaired children, researchers, etc.
4. Hearing impaired persons will benefit from this dictionary since they can look up information about a particular sign and its English/Hindi equivalents.
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