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Spoken English Course Details

The Institute teaches Spoken English at five levels – Basic, Junior, Senior, Communicative English 1 and Communicative English 2.

The Spoken English course is designed to help the students in learning English language giving more emphasis to speaking skills. New students may choose Basic or Junior levels at the time of admission. Students from Regional medium must take admission in BASIC level. Students from English medium must take admission in JUNIOR level only. Emphasis is placed on the development of the Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills along with a knowledge of grammar. Enthusiastic participation in classroom activities is an indispensable part of the learning process. The textbook supplied by the Institute is designed for that purpose. 40% of the final evaluation is based on the student’s performance in the classroom activities.


The Basic level is for those students who are very poor in English. The objective of this level is to gradually develop their LSRW skills through the communicative approach of teaching and learning. The textbook, which contains a large number of passages and dialogues, is especially designed to develop the learner’s confidence and speaking ability through interactive lessons on: Introductions, activity based grammar practice of Simple Tenses, descriptions of people, places, things, processes, and day-to-day conversations. On completion of the Basic level students will be able to participate in conversations and understand instructions which will enable them to join the Junior level of the course.


Speeches, Group discussion, Story telling, Description, and Conversation practice for certain situations. Reading of passages from the textbook, Letter writing and Punctuation. Parts of speech, Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Tenses, Prepositions, Adjectives, Articles, Construction of sentences, Types of sentences, Types of questions, Framing questions, Common mistakes in English.


Debates, Role play, Group discussions, Arguments, Story telling, Picture description. Tenses (revision), Transitive, Intransitive verbs, Active/Passive voice, Direct/Indirect Speech, Degrees of comparison, Transformation of sentences, Common mistakes in English. Practice of phonetic transcription – Vowel and Consonant symbols.


Components of the Course

  1. Oral Drilling: Involving the students in Oral Drilling of the Sentences
  2. Sentence Formation Practice: Making the students give their Own Sentences/Examples and correcting them.
  3. Writing Skills: Making them write their Own Sentences based on the topics of their choice. (Reporting writing, Precis writing)
  4. Vocabulary : Making the students give their Own Sentences based on Specific Idioms, Phrasal Verbs and synonyms, Antonyms, Vocabulary used in competitive exams.
  5. Sentence Analysis: to make the students see how the words are arranged.
  6. Listening skills: Listening to the Audio Clips, watching videos and speaking about them.
  7. Speaking skills: Conversations. Group Discussions, Interview Skills, Public Speaking Skills


  • To develop in the student, the ability to read texts, summarize and comprehend.
  • To enable the student write emails, applications, CVs etc. to handle their professional needs.
  • To enable the student, develop confidence to face interviews, answer all types of questions.

The Institute teaches German Language at six levels –

  1. First junior
  2. First senior
  3. Second junior
  4. Second senior
  5. Diploma
  6. Advanced Diploma

The duration of each level is three months.

Nowadays, many students are seeking admission to German Universities. There is also an increasing demand for computer professionals in Germany and many Indians are taking advantage of this opportunity. Moreover, there is an increase in trade with Germany. However, many Germans do not know enough English to be able to communicate effectively, thus making it important for a non-German to learn German. The Germans penchant for punctuality and discipline is well-known. They are quite hospitable and friendly.

The German language has its roots in Sanskrit and we find many aspects of German language in our Indian languages. German is a phonetic language. It is written the way it is pronounced and is pronounced the way it is written. Silent letters are very much restricted to a smaller number. German has well-framed rules of grammar, which are very essential for any language. Importance is given to the genders, the cases, the subject-verb-object agreements etc. With the exception of a few special characters, German language uses the Roman script as does English. This makes it easy for Indian students to learn German, provided they put in at least one hour of hard work after every class. Learning a language involves four major skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. Our course gives equal importance to all the skills.

It is recommended that anyone planning to study at a German University (even though the proposed course of study is in the English medium) must complete the Junior II level of our course. Those planning to study in the German medium must complete the Diploma II level.

The standard of our German course is so high that by the time the students finish the Diploma level they are capable of teaching the language at the Junior level.


  1. German sounds: Vowels, Consonants, Diphthongs, Umlauts and Sibilants, Alphabets.
  2. The nouns (Singular and Plural), gender distinctions, cases, indefinite, definite, negative and possessive articles.
  3. Cardinal numbers 1- 1000, Question words, Yes-No-Questions.
  4. Conjugation of verbs and modal verbs.
  5. Personal pronouns, possessive pronouns.
  6. Cases – Nominative and Accusative. Genitive (- only Proper nouns).
  7. Structure of a sentence. Days of the week, months and seasons.
  8. Names of countries and Nationality terms.

Audio CD- Focus on speaking and listening.

Prescribed textbook:

Lagune Kursbuch -1. (Lerneinheit:1 to 15)

Lagune Arbeitsbuch -1. (Lerneinheit:1 to 15)


  1. Modal Verbs. (Contd.)
  2. Strong Verbs.
  3. Separable Verbs. (Stress in sentences with separable verbs.)
  4. Verbs with vowel change and Umlauts.
  5. Prepositions: Alternate/two way (Wechsel), pure dative and pure accusative.
  6. Imperative sentences.
  7. Dative phrases and polite conversation. (Subjunctive mood: würde + gern & hätte + gern)
  8. Ordinal numbers.
  9. Present perfect tense: strong and weak verbs.
  10. Past tense and present perfect tense of verbs “sein & haben.”
  11. Time of the day and dates.
  12. Short and long vowels.
  13. Demonstrative article: this.

Audio CD- Focus on speaking and listening.

Prescribed book:

Lagune Kursbuch – 1. (Lerneinheit: 16- 30)

Lagune Arbeitsbuch – 1. (Lerneinheit: 16- 30)


  1. Dative case, personal pronouns.
  2. Main clause and Subordinate clauses – wenn & dass
  3. Infinitive sentences with “zu” and Final /Adverbial clauses with “um….zu” & “damit”
  4. Adjectives: degrees of comparison-positive, comparative and superlative.
  5. Imperative sentences.
  6. Stress in compound words & Intonation in subordinate clause “wenn”, questions & requests.
  7. Active Voice – Passive Voice: present tense.
  8. Long and short Vowels, comparative clauses.

Audio CD- Focus on speaking and listening.

Prescribed textbook:

Lagune Kursbuch – 2. (Lerneinheit: 1 – 15)

Lagune Arbeitsbuch – 2. (Lerneinheit: 1 – 15)


  1. Adjective declensions in Nominative, Accusative, Dative & Genitive.
  2. Modal Verb past tense.
  3. Interrogative pronouns (/Question words): which & what kind of.
  4. Local prepositional pronouns, Interrogative pronouns (Wo+ preposition; da+ preposition), Temporal Prepositions.
  5. Reflexive verbs in Accusative, Reflexive pronouns in Accusative & Dative.
  6. Genitive case: Nouns, definite, indefinite & possessive articles.
  7. Past tense: weak, strong & irregular verbs.
  8. Present perfect tense.
  9. Genitive prepositons. (wegen, trotz, während.)
  10. Relative sentences, Relative pronouns in Nominative, Accusative, Dative & Genitive.
  11. General relative pronouns (alles,etwas….) & Indefinite pronoun. (irgend…)

Audio CD- Focus on speaking and listening.

Prescribed Textbook:

Lagune Kursbuch- 2. (Lerneinheit: 16- 35)

Lagune Arbeitsbuch- 2. (Lerneinheit: 16- 35)


  1. Subjunctive II (K-Zwei): weak, strong, irregular & modal vebs, subordinate sentences with conjunction “wenn”- Present & Past tense.
  2. Adjectives: Nominalization, attributive in comparative & superlative.
  3. Subordinate clause with conjunction.
  4. Indirect question, question words.
  5. Verbs and verb additions in present & present perfect tense.
  6. Agentive Passive & Stative Passive Voice. (werden & sein Passiv/Vorgangs- & Zustandspassiv) & Subjectless Passive.
  7. Separable & Inseparable verbs.
  8. Correlative conjunctions. (Either…or, neither…nor……etc)
  9. Past perfect tense.
  10. Future tense.
  11. Modal verb + verbs: “müssen plus brauchen zu , haben zu, sein zu“.

Audio CD- Focus on speaking and listening

Prescribed Textbook:

Lagune Kursbuch – 3 (Lerneinheit: 1 – 25)

Lagune Arbeitsbuch – 3 (Lerneinheit: 1 – 25)


  1. Present & Past participle, adverbial & attributive forms.
  2. Enhanced participle phrases. (Erweiterte….)
  3. Modal Verbs. (Contd.)
  4. Intonation – statements & questions.
  5. Nominal compounds, separable verbs – different meanings.
  6. Subjunctive I- present, present perfect tense, indirect speech.
  7. Pronunciation – easily confusable words.
  8. German Literature: Prose: Massnahmen gegen die Gewalt, Das Brot, Die Tochter, Gottesurteil, Nachts schlafen die Ratten doch, Es wird etwas geschehen

Poetry: Die Beiden, Mondnacht, Der Handschuh, Der römische Brunen, Die Bürgschaft, Willkommen und Abschied

  1. Reimschema and Epoche
  2. Nacherzählungen

Audio CD- Focus on speaking and listening.

Prescribed Textbook:

Lagune Kursbuch -3 (Lerneinheit: 26- 35)

Lagune Arbeitsbuch -3 (Lerneinheit: 26- 35)

Reference books:

  • Moderner Gebrauch der deutschen Sprache by Schulz/Griesbach
  • Wie sage ich das auf Deutsch by Gerhard Kaufmann
  • Wege zur deutschen Literatur by Hermann Glaser u.a. Benno Von Wiese (Auswahl und Einleitung):
  • Deutschland erzahlt von Arthur Schnitzler bis Uwe Johnson
  • Deutsche Gedichte by Echtermeyer von Wiese
  • Das deutsche Gedicht by E. Hederer German Verse by B.B. Kulkarni
  • Texte zum Lesen und Nacherzählen by Hans-Joachim Arndt Kleines
  • Wörterbuch der Stilkunde by Krahl
  • Kurz Sachwörterbuch für den Literaturunterricht Klasse 9 bis 12 by Autorenkollektiv
  • Deutsche Texte zum Übersetzen by Gunther Haensch
  • Authentic texts in German from Newspapers, Magazines, Technical Journals etc.


The Institute teaches the French Language at six levels – First Junior, Second Junior, First Senior, Second Senior, Diploma I and Diploma II. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please go to Admissions.

The participation of French industries in the Indian market is growing. Students are also interested to pursue studies in France. The French course at the Institute will be helpful to those who wish to make a career in multinational ventures which need French knowing personnel or to meet the demands in the academic field.

The course in French is designed to take a beginner to a level where he/she will be able to express himself freely and read a book without consulting the dictionary. It is said that for any language about 1000 words are needed for a basic knowledge, about 2600 words for reading a newspaper, and around 4500 words for reading a novel. The main targets of the course are gradually building up the necessary vocabulary, inculcating grammatical knowledge and usage, and giving conversational skills in French language. By the time the students reach the Diploma level of the course, they are able to read and speak in French as well as do basic translation work.


-At this level, the student can read, write, listen and speak French with little difficulty.

-One can make simple conversations pertaining to real-life situations with using present tense.

-One can enrich lot of vocabulary and explore many things related to French culture.

-The student can also aim for DELF-A1.

  1. The alphabets/vowels/consonants/sounds etc.,
  2. The numbers-ordinal and cardinal.
  3. The days of the week and the months of the year.
  4. Regular verbs-( 3 groups-approximately 60 to 70)
  5. Irregular verbs-( approximately 25 verbs)
  6. Pronominal verbs (reflexive).
  7. The different types of adjectives :qualifying/interrogative/possessive.
  8. The prepositions.
  9. The modal verbs like can, should, must, have to, ought to, may, might, be able to etc.,,,
  10. How to make negative sentences and how to make questions in 3 different ways.
  11. The various types of pronouns-Subject/Direct object and Disjunctive.
  12. The different types of articles-Indefinite/definite/contracted/partitive with nouns.
  13. The gender of nouns-Masculin/Feminin.
  14. The singular and plural of nouns.

Audio CD-Focus on Speaking and Listening.

Prescribed Books:

Festival-1-Text Book (Leçons from 0 to 12).

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Festival-1-Work Book (Leçons from 0 to 12).


-At this level, the student has a good taste of French.

-The student can start communicating in present, past and future.

-One can confidently appear for DELF-A1 and can look forward to writing DELF-A2.

  1. The pronouns-Direct object(COD)and Indirect object(COI).
  2. The adjectives-Possessive/Demonstrative.
  3. Comparatives and Superlatives.
  4. The tenses:Present/Past/Future like Futur Proche/Futur Simple/Passé Récent/Passé composé/Imparfait/Présent Continu(Progressif)/Présent.
  5. The adjective-Tout
  6. The various expressions for cause or reason/purpose/hypothesis/condition.
  7. The placement of adjectives and adverbs/question words/impersonal forms/present conditional and other topics like la forme restrictive<<ne…que>>.
  8. How to make negative sentences with different words like never, nothing, nobody etc.,, :(ne…pas/plus/jamais/rien/personne).
  9. The imparfait versus the Passé Composé.

Audio CD-Focus on speaking and listening.

Prescribed Books:

Festival-1-Text Book (Leçons from 13 to 24)

Festival-1-Work Book: (Leçons from 13 to 24)


-At this level, one can have a good command over present, past and future.

-He or she can express French more comfortably.

-one can have the introduction over the expressions which beautify language.

-This level can boost enough skills to appear for DELF-A2 easily.

  1. The interrogation.
  2. The imperative and it’s applications.
  3. The imparfait versus the Passé Composé
  4. The relative pronouns.
  5. The possessive adjectives and pronouns.
  6. The demonstrative adjectives and pronouns.
  7. The interrogative adjectives and pronouns.
  8. The various types of object pronouns :COD/COI/EN/Y.
  9. Les doubles pronoms.=How to apply more than one pronoun in a sentence.
  10. .The Past perfect(le plus-que parfait)
  11. .The agreement of past participle with <>/ the verb<>usages/ opposition/the placement of the adjectives/the indefinite pronouns and the other topics like-les partitifs/la comparaison/le conditionnel/l’expression de la quantité/faire et laisser+infinitif/quelques constructions verbales/les phrases longue/La Mise en Relief etc.,

Audio CD-Focus on speaking and listening.

Prescribed Books:

Festival-2-Text Book: ( Leçons 1 to 12)

Festival-2-Work Book: (Leçons from 1 to 12).


-Senior-2 can make a student communicate French with higher grammar.

-One can start reading French news paper, various books and one can understand and express any French text little comfortably.

-One can also obtain abundant skills to aim for DELF-B1.

  1. The different expressions.
  2. Balancing tenses-La concordance des temps.
  3. Direct speech versus indirect sppech.
  4. The various object pronouns like <<COD/COI/EN/Y>>.
  5. The gerund.
  6. The present subjunctive.
  7. The present conditional and the past conditional.
  8. Formation of the passive voice.
  9. The order pf object pronouns.
  10. Depuis/Il y a/ne…guère/les infinitifs noms/Parce que/puisque/Ailleurs/D’ailleurs/par ailleurs/Le pronom<>/tout/L’expression de la condition/de l’hypothèse/de l’irréel/de la durée/tant que/jusqu’à ce que.
  11. .The adverbs.
  12. Si-structures.

Audio CD-Focus on speaking and listening

Prescribed Books:

Festival-2-Text Book:(Leçons from 13 to 24)

Festival-2-Work Book: (Leçons from 13 to 24)


-At this level, one can acquire more skills and have a good command over language which helps communicate with any native speaker comfortably.

-One can also have the revision of the previous level with which one can have profound command.

-One can make presentations and try to express his/her ideas pertaining to social life.

-One can appear for DELF-B1.

  1. Imparfait versus Passé Composé. (contd.)
  2. The simple and compound relative pronouns.
  3. The direct and indirect object pronouns.
  4. The indicative and subjunctive mood.
  5. The possessive and demonstrative pronouns.
  6. The impersonal verbs.
  7. The past subjunctive.
  8. The direct and indirect speech..
  9. The various expressions for la cause/de la négation/de la comparaison /de l’interdiction/de la concession.
  10. Le futur prospectif.
  11. Passé composé et Passé simple.
  12. The placement of the adjectives and l’infinitif sujet.
  13. The infinitive and imperative negative.

Audio CD-Focus on speaking and listening

Prescribed Books:

Festival-3-Text Book:(Leçons from 1 to 12)

Festival-3-Work Book:(Leçons from 1 to 12)


At this advanced level, one can have the revision over all the previous levels breifly.

-The student can acquire multiple skills.

-One can translate, interprete, teach, argue with others and express opinoins in a beautiful and convinced manner.

-One can make presentations and can comfortably talk about any social issue.

-One can appear for DELF-B2.

  1. The detailed list of various expressions for l’hypothèse/de la durée/de la condition/de l’opposition/de la concession/de la condition/de la négation.
  2. The Uses of the passive voice.
  3. How to use Ce qui/ce que/ce dont/ce à quoi.
  4. C’est le seul qui/que..+subjonctif.
  5. The different meanings of <>.
  6. Balancing tenses-Conordance des temps.
  7. The pronoun<<ça>> and the adjective<>.
  8. La construction du verbe <>
  9. The different meanings of <>.
  10. Les reprises dans un texte(l’anaphore).
  11. La structure du texte argumentatif.
  12. Le vocabulaire de l’argumentation.
  13. Les connecteurs logiques.

Prescribed Books:

Festival-3-Text Book(Leçons from 13 to 24).

Festival-3-Work Book (Leçons from 13 to 24).

Reference Books

  1. NSF-Le nouveau Sans Frontières -1,2 and 3 volumes.
  2. Je parle francais-1,2 and 3 volumes.
  3. Apprenons le francais-0,1,2,3,4 volumes.
  4. Saison-1,2 and 3 volumes.
  5. Tricolore-1,2,3 and 4 volumes.
  6. Alter ego-1,2 and 3 volumes.

Spanish course has 6 levels:

First Junior, Second Junior, First Senior, Second Senior, First Diploma, and Second Diploma.


1. Greetings, numbers, the letters of the alphabet, letters and their sounds

2. The days of the week and the months of the year.

3. The gender and number: Masculine / Feminine, Singular / Plural

4. The articles – Indefinite/definite, Personal pronouns

5. Nationalities and Professions, adjectives describing people, workplaces

6. Regular verbs ending with “ar, er, ir”

7. Irregular verbs like llamarse, tener, ser, estar, querer, ir, etc.,

8. Question words, basic prepositions.

9. Uses of “por, para, porque, por qué, hay”

10. Quantifiers : muy, mucho/a/s/as

11. Demonstrative adjectives, tener que + infinitive

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12. Colours, clothes, everyday items

13. Qué + noun, cuál / cuáles

At this level, the student can

· introduce himself, describe and define places, people, things, climate, weather, etc.,

· make simple conversations related to shopping, asking and giving personal information.

· express intentions, motivation, leisure activities, existence, and location

· read, write, listen and speak Spanish with little difficulty.

Prescribed Books :

Aula – 1-Text Book (Units from 0 to 4).

Cuadernos de gramática española A1 (Units from 1 to 9).


1. Possessive adjectives

2. « Gustar » verb

3. Quantifiers : muy, un poco, bastante, algún, ningún, mucho, etc.

4. Family relations, adjectives related to physical aspects and character.

5. Pronominal verbs / Irregular / stem changing verbs

6. También / tampoco / sí / no

7. Direct object pronouns

8. Uses of “de” and “con”

9. Prepositions and adverbs of place: a, en, al lado de, cerca, lejos, etc.

10. Present perfect

11. Saber / Poder + infinitive

At this level, the student can

· express time, daily activities, habits

· ask for and give information about food/eating habits.

· express and compare likes, dislikes, and interests.

· describe towns, neighborhoods, and cities.

· talk about past experiences, skills, abilities, strengths, weaknesses, etc.

Prescribed Books :

Aula – 1-Text Book (Units from 5 to 9).

Cuadernos de gramática española A1 (Units from 10 to 18).


1. Regular and Irregular verbs in present tense.

2. Verbs: “costar, sentirse”

3. Desde / desde hace

4. Pronominal verbs

5. Simple past, time markers

6. Prepositions: hasta, durante, desde

7. Ir / irse, empezar / empezar a

8. Comparatives, possessive pronouns

9. Prepositions and adverbs of location

10. Regular and irregular forms of gerund

11. Conditional (poder/importer)

12. Usage of the verbs: dar, dejar, prestar, poner, pasar, tener

13. Difference between present perfect and simple past

14. Ya / todavia no

15. Ir a / querer / pensar + infinitive

At this level, the student can

· talk about habits, about difficulties.

· describe feelings, objects.

· make recommendations, excuses, justifications.

· explain and connect past events.

· talk about: action from beginning to end / past experiences / intentions.

· express likes, preferences, coincidence, desire to do something.

· ask for things, actions, favors, permissions.

Prescribed Books :

Aula – 2 -Text Book (Units from 1 to 5).

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Cuadernos de gramática española A2 (Units from 1 to 10).


1. Forms with “se”

2. Y, pero, ademas

3. Soler + infinitive

4. Usage of the verbs: doler, ser, estar

5. Forms and uses of the affirmative imperative

6. Imperfect past tense, simple past

7. Ya no / todavia

8. Past forms of “estar” + gerund

9. Time markers

10. Difference between preterite and the imperfect

At this level, the student can

· talk about tastes, eating habits, about moods, about habits, customs and circumstances in the past.

· explain how a dish is prepared.

· describe aches, pains and symptoms.

· give advices.

· argue and debate.

· express emotions.

· tell stories from the past.

Prescribed Books :

Aula – 2 -Text Book (Units from 6 to 10).

Cuadernos de gramática española A2 (Units from 11 to 20).


1. Difference between present perfect and simple past

2. Empezar a / acabar de / terminar de / volver a / dejar de + infinitive

3. Llevar / seguir + gerundio

4. Desde / desde que / desde hace

5. Future tense, time markers to speak about future

6. Si + presente, future

7. Es obligatorio / está prohibido / está permitido + infinitive

8. Direct and indirect object pronouns

9. Connectors : entonces, en aquel momento, al final, de repente, de pronto, porque, como, aunque, sin embargo

10. Positive and negative imperative forms and its uses

11. Reflexive pronouns

12. Subjunctive forms and its uses

Prescribed Book:

Aula – 3 -Text Book (Units from 1 to 6)


1. Direct and Indirect speech

2. Cause and consequence

3. El pretérito pluscuamperfecto de indicative

4. Combination of all past tenses

5. Indicative / subjunctive uses

6. Superlative forms, exclamatory sentences

7. Conditional forms

8. Usage of simple future / conditional

Prescribed Book:

Aula – 3 -Text Book (Units from 7 to 12).


Script: Hiragana, Katakana and Introduction to Kanji Sounds Counting of letters in Japanese and Chinese patterns Counter Classifiers Adjectives, nouns, pronouns and verbs (Simple present past and future tense) Introduction to particles 60 basic kanjis Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso -1)

Prescribed Textbooks:

Nihongo kana Nihongo shoho – I


Verbs – different forms Different sentence structures Active and Passive voice Conjunction (coordinating & subordinating) simple, complex and compound sentences. 150 basic kanjis Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso – 1)

Prescribed Textbook:

Nihongo Shoho – I


Grammar Shoho -2 (1-7 chapters) 300 Basic Kanjis Particles Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso – 2)

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Prescribed Textbooks:

Shoho-2 Hanaso-2


The Institute teaches the Japanese Language at 4 levels -First Junior, Second Junior, First Senior and Second Senior levels. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please visit Admissions section.

Japanese is fast growing as an international language. Japan is the second largest consumer of IT services. Learning Japanese is crucial for any kind of business interactions with Japan. India is aiming to be a leading IT services provider in the world. For India to tap the Japanese market we need people with a working knowledge of the Japanese language.

The Japanese course offered by the Institute takes the learner from the very scratch and gradually increases the knowledge of the basic vocabulary, script etc. The textbooks and approach of teaching adopted are such that the students can appear for the widely recognised Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) conducted annually by the Japan Foundation and Association of International Education, Japan.


Grammar Shoho – 2 (8 – 13 Chapters) 500 Basic Kanjis Particles Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso – 2)

Prescribed Textbooks:

Shoho – 2 Hanaso – 2

The Institute teaches the Chinese Language at 4 levels – First Junior, Second Junior, First Senior and Second Senior levels. The duration of each level is three months.

Chinese is one of the most spoken language in the world. The country is experiencing overwhelming growth, which means the economy is expanding, and China’s popularity is booming. Not only does China have one of the most important economies in the world, but interest in the language and culture is growing. The Chinese language is the official language in six countries, and it’s one of the six official languages of the United Nations. For India to tap the Chinese market we need people with a working knowledge of the Chinese language.

The Chinese course offered by the Institute takes the learner from the very scratch and gradually increases the knowledge of the basic vocabulary, script etc. The textbooks and approach of teaching adopted are such that the students can appear for the globally recognized Hanyu Suiping Kaoshi (HSK) conducted periodically by the Confucius Institute, China.


Chinese phonetic alphabetic, pronunciation, tones, pinyin, Counting numbers, Weekdays, Months, Forming basic sentences, greetings, 100 basic characters and meanings. Sentence structure, Noun, Pronoun, Basic Adjectives, Listening and reading basic sentences

Prescribed Textbooks:

HSK 1 Standard Course


Verbs, Forming sentences with prepositions, conjunctions, describing past events, present and present continuous tense, 75+75 basic characters. Speaking and listening Chinese sentences.

Prescribed Textbooks:

HSK 1 Standard Course


Chinese Grammar – Verb, Adverb, Modal Verb, Auxiliary Verb, Adjectives, interrogative sentences, reduplications of verbs, time modifier, verb complements, Structural particles. New Chinese characters – 300. Spoken and listening comprehension. Writing practice for frequently used Characters.

Prescribed textbook:

HSK 2 Standard Course

The Institute teaches the Sanskrit Language at six levels -First junior, Second junior, First senior, Second senior, Diploma I and Diploma II. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please visit Admissions section.

Sanskrit is the divine speech set forth by the Great Sages.

“Sanskrit and prestige go together in India… Ideas must be taught in the language of the people; at the same time, Sanskrit education must go on along with it, because the very sound of Sanskrit words gives a prestige and a power and a strength to the race.” – Swami Vivekananda.

“The Sanskrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of wonderful structure; more perfect than the Greek, more copious than the Latin, and more exquisitely refined than either; yet, bearing to both of them a stronger affinity, both in the roots of verbs and in the forms of grammar, than could possibly have been produced by accident; so strong indeed that no philosopher could examine all three without believing them to have sprung from some common source which perhaps, no longer exists”. – Sir William Jones.

Many people nowadays are interested to read and understand the sublime ideas and values found in our Sanskrit scriptures and literature. The traditional method of learning Sanskrit involves a lot of memorization of usages and grammatical rules of the language. However, people in general do not have the time and patience required to learn Sanskrit through this rigorous process. Therefore, we have adopted the functional method of teaching/learning Sanskrit, based on modern interactive techniques of teaching and learning. In the beginning, the method develops the skills of listening, speaking reading and writing directly through use of interesting passages, stories, dialogues, shlokas, hymns and verses from the Bhagavad Gita etc. It tries to make the subject learner friendly by reducing the grammar technicalities. At the higher levels of the course, various aspects of the Indian philosophy and poetry and prose selections from Sanskrit literature are introduced to enable the students to read and understand them on their own. Efforts are being made to awaken and intensify the desire to learn and use the Sanskrit language and thus have access to the sublime and lofty teachings of scriptures through this divine language.


Alphabet – Origin of Letters and their Sub Divisions Mahesvara Sutrani Declensions of Nouns and Pronouns Numbers And Persons Gender Conjunctions Tenses- Present, Past, Future and Imperative Mood of Parasmaipadi and Simple Present of Atmanepadi Selected Stotras Niti Slokas Bhagavad Gita: Bhakti Yoga chapter dealing with Saguna and Nirguna Brahman styles of Bhakti

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Sanskrit Subodhini Part 1 Gita 12th Chap. Abhyasa – Pustakam (For self study)


Usage of Cases Usage and Kinds of Persons Declensions Conjugations – Present, Past, Future and Imperative & Potential Moods Sandhi Numerals Compositions Niti – Slokas Gita – Purushottama – Yoga Chapter 15 describing the Supremacy and Nature of Paramesvara.

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Sanskrit Subodhini Part 2 Bhagavad Gita – 15th Chap. Vibhakti Vallari (for self-study)


Compounds Stotras and Mantras Compositions Pronouns and their uses Concept of ganas. 1, 4, 6 & 10th ganas Conjugation (Lut & ashisling) Gita – Dhyana Yoga chapter where the nature, techniques and fruits of meditation have been explained.

Prescribed Textbooks

Isopanisad Yaksha Prashnas Bhagavad Gita 6th Chap. Pancatantra (Sanskrit Bharati Publication) A Higher Sanskrit Grammar (for reference) Abhyasa – Darsini (sor self-study)


Active and Passive voices Participles Ganas – 5th, 7th, 8th & 9th Compositions Selected Poetry and Prose Bhagavad Gita – Gunatraya Vibhaga Yoga – deals with Nature and functions of the three Gunas viz. Sattva , Rajas and Tamas Kathopanisad – 1st Chapter dealing with perishable and imperishable nature of material enjoyments and Pure Conscious respectively.

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Kathopanisad 1st Chap. Dasha Kumaracaritam (Selections) Bhagavad Gita 14th Chap. Raghuvamsham (1st canto) Sambhasana Sopanam (for self study)


Study of taddhita 2nd gana Congugation – ling lakara Nature of the Self according to Kathopanisad Bhagavad Gita -2nd Chapter dealing with psychology of a man who is deluded about right conception of dharma Nyaya Style of Sanskrit Language

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Kathopanisad 2nd Chap. Bhagavata Gita – 2nd Chap. Bhajagovindam -Selected Tarka -Sangraha -Selected


3rd gana Conjugation – Lit lakara Nature of means to Attain Liberation; Eligibility of a man longing for Liberation, Nature of Brahman and Vedic Dictum (Mahavakyas) Concept of Karmasannyasa Yoga leading to Liberation. Compound Style of Sanskrit Language

Prescribed Textbooks

Vedanta Sarah – Sadananda Bhagavata Gita – 18th Chapter Yoga – Sutra – Patanjali (Chapters 1 & 2)

The Institute teaches the Hindi Language at 4 levels – First Junior, Second Junior, First Senior and Second Senior levels. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please visit Admissions section.

Hindi is the National language of India and is spoken in many parts of the country. For many people, who travel around the country a working knowledge of Hindi is indispensable. Others take up the course to enable them to read the vast literature in Hindi.

The Institute teaches Hindi through the communicative approach. Various stories, plays, dialogues, discussions, debates, etc. are used to teach the language in an enjoyable and easy way. To suit the requirements of the students emphasis is put more on the use of the language than on grammar etc. By the end of the first session, students are able to read and communicate in simple Hindi.


  • Present Tense,
  • Present Imperfect,
  • Imperative,
  • Adjectives,
  • Case-endings,
  • Adverbs,
  • Post positions,
  • Gender,
  • Number,
  • Pronouns,
  • Interrogative,
  • Future Tense,

Book Prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – I


  • Infinitive,
  • Past Tense:
  • Simple Past Tense
  • Past continuous Tense,
  • .The use of “chaah”
  • The use of “kar:
  • The use of “sak”
  • The use of “chuk”
  • The use of “chahiye”
  • Letter writing

Book Prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – I

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  • The use of “Apna”.
  • Subjunctive,
  • Doubtful present,
  • Doubtful past,
  • Past conditional Tense
  • Upasarg
  • Proverbs
  • speeches,
  • debates,
  • literature group discussions,

Book Prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – II


  • Habitual Tense,
  • The use of “Hona and Padhna”.
  • Adjectives of comparison
  • Active and passive voices,
  • Conversation,
  • Story writing,
  • Letter writing,
  • Essay writing,
  • Compound sentences,
  • Correction of sentenses

Book Prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – II


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