Spoken English

Home / Spoken English

The next Batch will be in the month of January 2022.

The admission details for the next session will be updated in the website  in the second week of December 2021. 

General Information for Spoken English Course

Due to Covid 19 the language classes are being conducted Online only.

Eligibility:

The minimum qualification required to join Spoken English course is SSC pass.

The minimum age limit for obtaining application form is above 15 years (born on or before 2006), the maximum age limit is 60 years (born in or after 1961).

Foreigners are also eligible to take admission in Spoken English course.

 A Candidate can learn a foreign language along with English.

Admission Procedure: 

The Candidate must fill the Application form and pay the fee ONLINE for taking Admission.

The Admission fee for Spoken English is Rs.1500 (including Application form , Tuition fee , Text Book & postal charges for postal delivery of the Text Book)

The Admission Fee for foreigners or Indians residing in other countries applying for Spoken English is Rs.2900 (including Application form , Tuition fee, Text Book & postal charges for postal delivery of the  Text Book)

Candidates must upload the following while taking admission:

  • A copy of SSC pass memo.
  • Any photo identification i.e. original driving licence or Voter ID card or passport for verification.
  • One recent Passport-size photo for the Application form (old or Stamp-size photographs will not be accepted.

Important Note:

The duration for the whole course is of 4 Levels: Basic, Junior,  Senior and  Advanced levels.

Each session is of three months duration (approximately 36 classes).

Classes are held thrice a week on alternate days i.e.

    MWF – Monday, Wednesday , Friday   or 

    TTS – Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

The Classes are held on the Zoom App.

Note: iPhone may not support this app. Students are requested to remember this before taking admission.

Students may opt for any one of the batches (either MWF or TTS).

  Batch Code                     Days                                 Class Timings

    MWF –M             Mon, Wed, Fri          [Morning] 07.30 a.m.  to  09.30 a.m.

    MWF –D             Mon, Wed, Fri           [Day] 10.15 a.m.  to  12.15 p.m.

    MWF –E             Mon, Wed, Fri           [Evening] 05.30 p.m. to  07.30 p.m.

    TTS –M              Tues, Thurs, Sat         [Morning] 07.30 a.m.  to  09.30 a.m.

    TTS –D              Tues, Thurs, Sat          [Day]10.15 a.m.  to  12.15 p.m. 

    TTS –E               Tues, Thurs, Sat         [Evening]05.30 p.m.  to  07.30 p.m.

 Please go through our website regularly for updates.                                

                                                                                                                                      Director

 

 

 

                                                                                   

 

Rules, students must adhere to while attending the online classes

Students attending online/offline classes are required to dress decently. They are requested to put on formal clothing, the attire that they would use when they go to attend classes in a physical classroom.

Eating food and drinking water while the class is on is not considered good etiquette. And also listening to the class sitting on cot or reclining on it is bad manners. It is tantamount to insulting the teacher who is considered an emblem of the Divine in Indian culture.

The student must ensure that other members of the family don’t intrude and disturb him/her while the class is on.

The student must see that he/she sits in a noise free area in the home/work place and should mute the speaker when the teacher asks him/her to do so.

Students are expected to login promptly on time as it would enable the teacher start class on time without wasting time

Questions and doubts must be asked only during the time allotted for that. Interrupting the teacher midway through the class should be avoided as it disturbs the teacher’s flow and other students as well.

Utmost respect must be shown to the teacher. If it is reported to us that a student is rude and impolite towards the teacher, he/she will not be allowed to attend the further classes and his/her admission will be cancelled forthwith.

                                                                                                                                                             Director