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Formal Studies in the Syntax and Semantics of Indian Languages (FOSSSIL) is a non-governmental learned registered society formed to undertake research and investigation in the syntax and semantics of Indian languages, and/ or the languages of the various social groups in India. It further aims to undertake schemes/ activities leading to the development of formal linguistic descriptions and analyses of Indian languages and to provide facilities and act as a forum for exchange of information, ideas and experience in the practices and techniques in formal linguistic descriptions and analyses of Indian languages.

Membership to the Society is open to anyone who shows demonstrable interest in the goals of the Society and is seconded by two other members upon payment of prescribed fees. For membership and other queries, write to secretary.

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