The English Language Teaching Centre (ELTC), Osmania University has launched an Advanced Course in English for the students studying at the University College of Arts and Science. As a matter of fact, the course will be available to domestic as well as international students of Osmania University. Undergraduate and postgraduate students can take up this course, pupils pursuing a professional course can also sign up for Advanced English Course.
ELTC assures that the course will be 60-hour long with a curriculum that enables students to work on the following skills:
- Listening Ability
- Writing Skills
- Listening Ability
- Speaking Skills
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The initiative has been taken to empower students with the latest trends in the usage of the English language which would further help them in seeking employment later. A student would be benefiting in the following ways if they take up this programme:
- Better oral Communication
- Better Written Communication
- Improvement in Public Speaking Skills
- Growth in Presentation Skills
- Improvement of Handwriting
Also, a student with the certification of the advanced English course would have an added advantage in the Job Interviews of Content Writer, Teaching English to School Students, Subject Teacher for colleges and any other professional job.
The last date to register for the course is August 20 and the classes for the same will start from August 26th. Interested students may enrol into the course as soon as possible. Classes will take place from Monday to Friday at the Department of English, University College of Art & Science from three to five in the afternoon.
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For more details, interested students can contact at the following number
The Department of English
Arts College, OU
It is a great opportunity for students interested in going for jobs or careers that require intensive use of English Language. The course would also help them in performing excellently in their projects and presentations.