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Language Training Institute of the Year-2017

Author : HER Team

HER Team

Aiming at making the Indian economy as the fastest growing economy, the Government of India has adopted 'Globalization', which has brought an unprecedented level of growth in several poor countries. Linguistic diversity has been a critical aspect of the multiculturalism that has been the defining characteristic of India through the ages. As of 2013, over 700 languages are spoken in the country. However, the youth today are getting access to several means of communication whether it is social networking sites or the upsurge of internet use. This continuous stream of communication has led to an interest in world culture, which in turn has encouraged many to learn a foreign language or pick one among the languages used in India.

In addition to that, the advent of Globalization has led to a more integrated world and many emerging smaller communities that are in turn connected to many others. This integration demands to learn and acknowledging one another's language and culture which in turn would allow the smooth exchange of thoughts and information among the human race. According to a recent survey by the Economist, two-thirds of 572 international company executives say that their teams' multicultural nature increases their organization's innovation. Businesses now thrive on the diversity of ideas created by a multicultural workforce. Multicultural awareness is an essential soft skill in work as well as life, and it goes beyond office culture to economic benefits. Moreover, learning a language will not only multiply your credibility but also there are many job prospects, which can be solely occupied by candidates who have a fluency in a particular foreign or Indian language. The jobs offered ranges from language teacher to translator and Lexicographer to Speech and language therapist.

Learning a new language grants the individual a completely new perspective to view the world. A language does not only consist of the grammar and pronunciation, but it also includes the history of the part of the world from which the language comes. It lets the learner appreciate other cultures and increase their capability. Giving due respect to these characteristics and benefits of language, the country has witnessed a massive growth in number of institutes providing training on different languages.

To help optimum number of learner who aspires to learn a new language, we have handpicked the best institutes that are offering the most sought-after language trainings in the country as 'Language Training Institute of the Year 2017.'


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