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BU to Introduce Spoken Language Course

Published: 13th December 2015 03:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th December 2015 03:52 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: The Centre for Global Language (CGL) of Bangalore University is introducing 40 hours spoken language course soon.

This short-term course is being introduced keeping students who go to other countries for higher education in mind and also corporate professionals who go to various countries for work. Jyothi Venkatesh, coordinator for CGL told Express, “There is  demand for short-term spoken language course. Considering the demand, we are introducing the same.”

The language lab for this purpose is getting ready and once it is ready, the university will announce admissions for the course. The duration of the course is two hours a day and must be completed in 40 hours.

“Our plan is to accommodate 20 people at a go and there will not be any restrictions to joining the course. Anybody who wants to learn can join the course,” said Jyothi Venkatesh.

“Course material is ready and we are just waiting for the language lab to be ready. Once it is ready, we will officially start admitting students and as it is a short term course, we will give admissions throughout the year,” explained Jyothi.



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