Do you know Why Delhi Govt Starts Spoken English Course for Govt Schools?
English is one of the Official language used by a large number of countries in the World. Near to 2 Billion People of the world use the English Language to communicate on regular basis.
You must learn to speak the English Language to learn further for career growth as maximum education materials are available in the English language.
The communication will be effective with right kind of English Communication skill.
Most of the Private Schools are the 1st choice by the parents due to the language medium of the schools.
All the Private Schools are into the English Medium whereas Govt Schools preferred to be local language as per the state culture.
Delhi Govt Started focusing Govt Schools by adding multiple benefits and trying to provide higher class Education model to the society.
Delhi Govt now inviting Applications from the School kids for enrollment to the Spoken English Course which is going to start from June 2018.
Spoken English Course will be provided by the Govt in collaboration with British Council, India-McMillion Education, Academy of Computers Training and Trinity College London.
The Initiative is Welcomed by Chief Minister of Delhi Mr. Arvind Kejriwal.
Govt school students mostly come from economically poor backgrounds. When i meet them, this was their biggest demand – sir, hame english bolna sikhwa dijiye. I am so happy this course is now starting for govt school students. pic.twitter.com/zrJcCmWfGf
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) May 20, 2018
The course will start from June of this year and the enrolled students will get the benefit to learn Spoken English from Partner Institutes.
Why Delhi Govt Starts Spoken English Course for Govt Schools?
Why this Initiative by Delhi Govt?
Most of the Govt School students come from Economically poor Backgrounds and they need English Communication skill to compete in their career path.
By giving access to English Communication, the Govt school students can explore multiple options of Education and job choice.
The initiative is welcomed by parents and various Educationist of the country.