The resulting Toolkit, is an accessible summary of educational research covering thirty three topics commonly utilized in a classroom and school setting.
London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 15 October 2013
St George International (SGI), a Central London English language school, are delighted to announce the winning of two lucrative college and university contracts to teach English in India. Sumati Jalan, SGI India’s School Director, had this to say:
“We are absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to teach the students of these two renowned educational institutes. With our experienced teachers, supported by the experienced academic team in London, I’m sure we will fully deliver what is expected of us”
Mahatma Gandhi Inter College in Gorakhpur
The contract to teach English to 1500 students at the Mahatma Gandhi Inter College in Gorakhpur in Eastern Utter Pradesh State was based on SGI India running a successful pilot program for 60 students of the college earlier in the year. The three month training program, focusing on English Communication, is due to start later this month and is a special course designed to meet the needs of the students who are typically 16 -18 years old with very little exposure to English.
Lovely Professional University in Jalandhar
The success in Gorakhpur comes hard on the heels of a contract at the Lovely Professional University in Jalandhar, Punjab State where SGI have been contracted to teach English to 200 international students on undergraduate courses in the high-tech environment of one of India’s largest universities. This is an academic year long course ending next June.
Max Loach, the School Principal of SGI London, said:
“This is excellent news for SGI and a testament to all the hard work our India school management has put in to tendering for contracts. The fact that the university knew that the courses would be closely monitored and supported by the London school must have played a significant part.”
Max went on to make a broader point:
“The demand for quality English tuition in India is extremely high, it is the route to better jobs and a higher standard of living and while English is the international language I can’t see that changing, clearly good news for schools like us!”