The Indian TEX Users
Group (TUGIndia) was founded in 1997 to provide
leadership for users of TEX,
revolutionary typesetting system. It represents the interests of
in India: if you use TEX in any of its forms, you may consider
joining TUGIndia (see the Aims and
Structure of TUGIndia
TUGIndia is democratic and is run by and for its members. Any member
can stand for election to the Executive Board. The office is run by
the Secretary and the secretariat, and there is a wide range of
other committees to handle
technical and administrative matters. TUGIndia maintains close ties with
other TEX user
groups around the world and the International TEX Users
News and events
Online Tutorial on
LATEX is now available in book format.
Please download from here.
Seventh chapter of Online Tutorial on
LATEX Graphics has been released.
Please download from here.
|Here is the report of LATEX
workshop held at Pune, India during July 9–14, which
was jointly organised by Bhaskaracharya Pratishthana and
Dept. of Maths, University of Pune and sponsored by TEX Users Group.
|TEX helps in
timely Publication of BSNL's Trivandrum Telephone
Directory. Read more details here.
of Free Software Foundation
republish TUGIndia's Online LATEX
Tutorial in book form for world wide audiences. See details here.
|TUGIndia join hands with Technopark, Trivandrum to offer
techno-entrepreneurial training in TEX to create micro-enterprises which
might eventually grow up into potential text processing
companies offering services to clients within and outside the
country. Read more about this here.
TUG 2002: India:
23rd TUG Annual Meeting and Conference had concluded on
September 7, 2002 in Trivandrum, India. Read the
column of The Hindu talks about TEX.
CDROM: TEX Live current edition is available
for distribution at a cost of Rs. 1,000 per
DVD. Payment may be in the form of demand
draft drawn favouring the Indian TEX Users Group, on any bank in Trivandrum
and sent along with order to TUGIndia office,
address is given at the
bottom of this page. Usually, the DVD will be shipped
within 24 hours and informed through mail if email id is
provided. Please click
here for more information about TEX Live.
Information about the International
TEX Users Group
The Knuth Scholarship is awarded each year for the best
developed by a non-technical user. The award
consists of an expenses-paid (not to exceed $2000) trip to
Standards and Software
A TUG Technical Council working group defined a standard
This is a mirrored
network of ftp servers at
and hold up-to-date copies of all the
Metafont and ancillary programs.
TUG also helped to develop, and sells, a CDROM called
Live, which contains ready-to-run
TEX systems for
most types of Unix and Windows, and a very complete tree of
fonts and macros arranged according to the standard
directory structure (TDS) created by a Technical
Council working group. This will be updated regularly. As
a service to our membership, we hope to provide information
on new publications of interest to
TEX users, as
well as links to the various publishing sites to enable
users speedy access to new publications (as well as old)
and ordering information.