NEW DELHI: The unit of Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) launched an online programme from Saturday to enhance language skills.
The two-month programme 'Bhasha Sangam' is available free of cost to all, said Ashutosh Singh national media in-charge of the ABVP. The programme will teach the basics of over fifteen foreign and Indian languages to the enrollers. The participants will be taught basics of German, Persian, Korean, Spanish, Telugu, Malayalam, Manipuri, among other languages. The classes will be conducted via Google Classroom, an application by the Google, from Friday to Saturday every week of the course's duration. Shivam Chaurasia, president of the JNU's ABVP unit, informed that around 50 mentors from JNU and other universities will teach the languages to the participants of the programme. "Our JNU is famous for language courses. The research scholars from JNU and teachers from other universities like North-East Hill University (NEHU) in Shillong, Hyderabad Central University and different colleges would mentor the participants, " he said. (IANS)