In addition to meeting our in-house requirements in 22 major Indian languages (taught as L2 through 7 RLCs) a variety of demands from following organizations have also been encountered :
- The UPSC New Delhi, the premier recruiting agency of the country - for quality improvement of their civil service examination papers in 13 languages.
- The SSC New Delhi, another vital recruiting agency of the country - for identifying Item Writers to develop objective type items in 6 languages.
- The KPSC Bangalore, the main recruiting agency of Karnataka - for item writing mechanism, of objective tests in 8 languages.
- The IBPM Bombay, the personnel recruiting agency of the country's nationalized banks - for developing scholastic tests in 9 languages.
- The NCERT New Delhi, the national education council - for creating an inbuilt system of evaluation in their special education language primers.
- An Autonomous Institute of Higher Education in Tamilnadu - for getting the syllabi of all their courses restructured in the context of evaluation.
- An organisation of NRI in the USA - for determining the proficiency in Punjabi as L3 in order to compare it with the Indian school system.
- The Govt. of Mauritius - for getting evaluated their primers of 4 grades in 6 Indian languages.
- Various States and Union Territories of the country - for fulfilling their variety of evaluation requirements in different Indian languages.