The importance of learning English cannot be overstated in an increasingly interconnected and globalized world. English is important to enter and ultimately succeed in mainstream English speaking countries. Working knowledge of the English language can create many opportunities in national and international markets and regions.
English is the fourth most widely spoken native language in the world, and in terms of the sheer number of speakers, it is the most spoken official language in the world. It is the primary language used in international affairs. The English language has official status even in nations where it is not the primary spoken language. English is indisputably the primary language of global trade and commerce. In many countries, most tourism authorities and other officials in contact with the public speak English to interact and engage with tourists and immigrants.
While progress has been made in language-translation software and allied technologies, the primary language of the ubiquitous and all-influential World Wide Web in English. English is typically the language of latest-version applications and programs and new freeware, shareware, peer-to-peer, social media networks and websites. Software manuals, hardware-installation guides and product fact sheets of popular consumer electronics and entertainment devices usually are available in English first before being made available in other languages.
In universities and colleges in India and the world, the primary language of instruction is English. Most of the top business schools, medical centers, and advanced-study institutes are located in North America and Great Britain, and English is the language used in every activity at these institutions of higher learning. Most peer-to-peer journals and technical periodicals that give international acclaim to scientists, engineers, technologists, and technocrats are printed in English.
Knowing English opens job and employment opportunities in many countries and markets. India and the sub-continent recruit professionals with regional language skills but also expect the candidates to have good English-speaking skills. The Commonwealth of Nations, made up of 50-plus countries that were former British colonies or dependencies, also offers numerous employment opportunities to those who understand and communicate in English.
Module Outline: (Basic) and (Advanced)
- Functional Grammar
3 months Basic plus 3 months Advanced
1-hour x 5 days a week
Rs 8500/- for 3 months