Delhi govt to start spoken English course for those with poor communication skills


Delhi govt to start spoken English course for those with poor communication skills

There is good news for all the students who are weak in English and who have poor communication skills, so Delhi CM made a big announcement for the children studying in government schools in Delhi through a press conference on Saturday. He said that now an English-speaking course would be started for the children of government schools in the capital. The CM said that we do not want the children of government schools to lag behind in speaking English. This course will be free from the government side, but initially, a small deposit will be kept, so that no one takes advantage of it.
Govt is starting a Spoken English course, said CM Arvind Kejriwal today. It will be offered by the Delhi Skill & Entrepreneurship University.
In the next year, in phase one, they will train one lakh students in spoken English at 50 centers, he said, which will be expanded later.
Kejriwal added that it will be an international language course. “which is tied up with Macmillan and Wordsworth, and Cambridge University will be in charge of assessment”, he said.
He said that youth in the age group of 18-35 years would be eligible for admission, and the course will be of 3-4 months duration. He added that there will be provision for weekend and evening classes also.
“There is no fee, it’s a free course. But at the beginning, Rs 950 will be charged as security, because we don’t people to enroll and then not take the course seriously. If they complete the course and have the required attendance, the money will be returned,” Kejriwal said.

National Desk, Ne India News 


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