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Nirupa Fernandez, Assistant Director, English, British Council India. Arvind Katageri, Sr. Manager, Centre for Behavioral Excellence, Wipro, Lalitha Murthy, Consultant, Business English, Tata Consultancy Services, Ashwani Sharma, Country Head, University Relations, Google India, in a panel discussion at the launch of the Blended Learning English course in Bangalore
 
 
British Council brings Blended Learning course in English to Bangalore

Bangalore, January 18 2016: The British Council, has launched myEnglish,  a unique ‘Blended Learning course’ which  in combines the latest education technology and student-centred classroom instruction to improve students’ language skills and more. The course will be available at six levels, in tailor-made nine- week training modules.
myEnglish maximises learning whilst providing students with convenience and flexibility. Students access world-class British Council materials online for input with teacher guidance, and practice the language they have learned through weekly tasks and interacting online with their teachers and classmates. They also practise communicating in real-life situations through attending the weekly online ‘virtual classroom’ - so students can log in and join a class from the comfort of their own homes. Additionally, students attend face-to-face sessions to develop their speaking skills through group discussions, giving presentations and more.
Says Mei-kwei Barker, Director, British Council South India, said, ‘myEnglish is an innovative and interactive approach to improving your English language skills and boosting your confidence. We have combined the best in English language teaching with an online virtual classroom mechanism to make it more accessible to learners across India. We've had very encouraging feedback from our learners in Pune and look forward to an impactful myEnglish learning experience through our launch in Bangalore.’
myEnglish was launched with panel discussion on  ‘Better English for Better Opportunities’  with participation  from Ashwani Sharma, Country Head, University Relations, Google India, Lalitha Murthy, Consultant, Business English, Tata Consultancy Services, Arvind Katageri, Sr. Manager, Centre for Behavioral Excellence, Wipro and Nirupa Fernandez, Assistant Director, English, British Council India.
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