A multi-national team of 10 persons (3 Indian, 2 French, 1 American, 1 Dutch, 1 Ukrainian, 1 Canadian and 1 German) is committed to the realization of this project. The team is made of four qualified teachers who have built up years of experience in teaching second-languages both within and outside Auroville, and welcomes as well four teachers who have recently started teaching. Two persons function as coordinators and there is close collaboration with the architect.
The project is a project of the Auroville Foundation and funds will be received through the Auroville Fund, which is recognized under the Indian Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA). Indian donations made out to Auroville Fund, specifying the Auroville Language Lab, are exempt under Section 80(G) of the Indian Income Tax Act. The Auroville Language Laboratory is a registered member of the International Association of Language Learning Technologies, USA .
HUMAN RESOURCESAfter an initial grant to cover the running costs for the first 5 years, the Laboratory would aim to be self-sufficient in the future. Various possibilities are being explored: