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The School of India for Languages and Culture (SILC) is one of the oldest and largest such institutions in North America. It began operations in 1979 as the successor to the Bharat School. SILC is unique for its longevity, the variety of its educational programs, and for its secular setting. Each of these attributes contributes to the school’s success in attracting students whose families represent the great diversity of Indian language and cultural communities.
The School of India for Languages and Culture is led by a volunteer Executive Council that abides by the rules outlined in the bylaws. The responsibilities of the Executive Council are to manage the school, finances, and membership.