The British Council aims to rebuild teaching facilities in Delhi

The British Council has announced its intention to restore its educational centers in Delhi, which had been closed for almost 18 months due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

The British Council has announced its intention to restore their educational centers in Delhi, which had been closed for almost 18 months due to the COVID-19 epidemic. The council will focus on providing an engaging and enjoyable learning environment for students through practical lessons.

The British Council has also announced the launch of two new courses: Skills for MyClass and IELTS. These courses will only be accessed offline at the British Council’s English Learning Centers.

The MyClass course will be distributed in three formats: ‘Everyday English,’ ‘English at Work,’ and ‘Spoken English,’ each focusing on learning English as well as developing critical thinking skills.

When conducting offline lessons, the Council assures that all COVID-19 regulations and safety precautions are followed. Following the resumption of sessions, the British Council will focus on creating a dynamic and engaging learning environment that will help students develop social skills.

Antonius Raghubansi, Director of Learning Services, British Council India, said: “The last 18 months have been a turning point for both teachers and students. We know that our students have missed attending class in person. We’ve collected regular feedback from our students who feel comfortable returning to our classrooms, and to that end, we are enforcing strict health and safety protocols on our campus to create a safe place for our classrooms to learn. We look forward to welcoming students to our center, such as our teachers, who have been teaching online for the past 18 months. ”

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