Language teachers in Chennai spent a rainy morning honing their skills at a workshop conducted by Emmanuel Samson, attaché for French language at the French Institute in India.
16 language assistants from France are currently in India where they will be teaching French in local educational institutions. They were briefed by IFI staff prior to being deployed to the various schools and universities across India. This initiative is part of a yearly French language programme in India. Stay tuned for more news of the language assistants, but also for upcoming opportunities on teaching English in France!
The Mallya Aditi International School in Bangalore is now a ‘School for Excellence in French Language’! The Consul General of France in Bangalore Mr. François Gautier, visited the school campus earlier this month to unveil the plaque. On this occasion, he congratulated the teachers and students on their commitment to achieving a higher level of learning in the French language. You too can benefit from the perks of learning French! Contact your nearest Alliance française to find…
French language teachers from Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and Faridabad gathered at The Mother’s International School in Delhi, to take part in a 3-day training programme organised by the French Institute in India. Participants were trained to become jury members of upcoming DELF Junior exams to be held at the Lycée Français International de Delhi.
The French Institute in India in partnership with IATF North Zone and Alliance Française de Delhi is organising a cartoon designing contest for students in Delhi NCR. A series of workshops introduced students of various Delhi schools to the world, codes and creative techniques of comics. Here is a glimpse of how it went for DPS Vasant Kunj and R.K. Puram. The winners of the contest will be announced on 19 July.