ITANAGAR, 15 Mar: Kolkata-based British Council in collaboration with the state’s higher education department launched a communicative English course at Dera Natung Government College (DNGC) here on Monday.
Fifty students have been selected to participate in the 12-day course, which aims at improving English language proficiency, thereby increasing their employability and communication skills.
The course will be taught in two phases. While the first phase will focus on teaching the students the elements of grammar and enhancing their writing skill, the second phase will focus on improving the English-speaking skill of the students.
The students will get the opportunity to learn from two resource persons from Delhi, Shradhanjali Tamang and Urvashi Raha, who have enormous experience and certification from international universities in teaching English language to speakers of other languages.
DNGC Principal Dr MQ Khan advised the students to reap maximum benefit from the course.
The resource persons along with Khan and OSD to DTHE Joram Muthu distributed prizes and certificates to the winners and the participants of an essay competition on ’75 years of independence: Prospect and challenges’, which was conducted on 12 March to mark the beginning of the ‘Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav’.