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GIMIT Language & Communication Programmes

English language and communication skills are being increasingly recognized as key
Requirements for success both for career aspirants and in the corporate work
Environment. GIMIT is an institution dedicated to training individuals in English
Communication skill enabling them to look forward to a better career in life. It offers a
number of English courses for students, working professionals and corporate. These
are very practically designed programmes that give maximum exposure to learners.

Speak Smart Level A – Level A2 (Basic to Intermediate level)
Course overview:
This course is designed for foreigners learning English at an ABC and Elementary levels to acquire and develop the English language knowledge and skills. The course is defined within the common reference European Framework and corresponds to the classic division into Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate.

 

A                                     (Basic User)

A1                        (Breakthrough)

                                                   Pre-Intermediate

A2                                  (Waystage)                                                         

                                      Intermediate

The aim of the syllabus is to prepare students to use English for their professional studies in the Higher School of Economics and consequently for their professional needs in real life and work. This is realized as KET at Breakthrough level.
This preparatory course will further give the students the opportunity to speak on general topics, to communicate in Business environment and to understand texts on business and finance in the English speaking world. This is realized at 2 different levels: ABC and Basic User (beginners).
                                                                                   

Course objectives:
These courses in spoken English are at two levels. The first course has been designed To help the oral communication skills of ESL (English as Second Language) learners, especially those who have had a regional language medium of instruction at school and who have had little or no exposure to spoken English
The main objectives of the syllabus are:

  • to provide material for the students to learn pronunciation of the English sounds, to learn to read, write, and to know the fundamentals of English grammar and vocabulary;
  • to develop the students' reading skills to enable them to skim an adapted text for main idea, to scan an adapted text for specific information, to interpret an adapted text for inferences;
  • to develop the students' writing skills to enable them to respond to input applying information to a specified task, to elicit, to select, to summarize information in essays (140-160 words);
  • to develop the students' listening skills to enable them to understand and apply specific information from the input (within the framework of Breakthrough level);
  • to develop the students' speaking skills to enable them to use general, nsocial and professional language (within the framework of Breakthrough level);
  • To develop the students' general capacity to a level that enables them to use English in their professional and academic environment (within the framework of Breakthrough level).

Simple English :(Basic English Speaking program)

  • PART OF SPEECH AND  TENSES, IDIOMS and PHRASES,NARRATION,
  • 1. Basic of communication(good sentence making)
  • Introduction to communication
  • Vocabulary  Practice
  • 2. Basic grammar
  • Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb Tenses, Preposition, Articles, Conjunction, Punctuation.
  •  Syntax:
  • 3. DAILY USED TOPICS
  • CONVERSATIONS – Introduction, shopping, meeting friends, travelling,
  • Visiting a doctor, telephonic communication, negotiation, etc.
  •  Extempore and group discussion
  • Email correspondence
  • Spell check and writing presentation
  • 5. Personality development
  • Manners and Etiquettes
  • Confidence building and presentation skills
  • Dress code
  • 6. Interview Skills
  • Resume writing
  • Interview question and answer
  •  Mock sessions

Course Duration and Fee:

  • Duration 1 Month (52 Hours)
  • Days –Monday-Friday
  • Fees-6400/

Duration: 3 Months
Fees   : 15000/-


Installment: 1st: INR 9000/- and 2nd INR 6000/-
Batch Duration: Mon-Fri = 2 Hr daily

Course: Our Spoken English Course helps you to improve your Speaking English

  • Good Sentence Making  (all types of sentences using accurate grammar concepts)
  • Fulfill basic communication needs
  • To correct pronunciation related errors
  •  General  Speaking (solutions, Question-making, Picture description, story –telling)
  • To give personal information
  • To have routine social conversation
  • Listening Comprehension(  Video listening)
  • Reading & Writing Skills Infusion
  • Role Play, Speaking on Current  Topic and ADS  , WORD POWER
  • To participate in group discussion very confidently
  •  Speaking Confidence Building  Skills
  • Quick  Speaking Practice and  building skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Interview facingVocabulary Building
  • Debates.
  • Cross Talks
  • Presentation Skills
  • Telephonic Conversation CCE
  • To talk English Fluently
  • Audio –Video
  • Body Language.
  •  Interpretation Skill Development.
  • Confidence Instillation
  • Confidence  with fluency English
  • Advance Grammar
  • Soft Spoken English

Duration: 6 months, Fees 30,000/-
2.  Master Communication (Public Speaking, Advanced Communication Skills, Business English Skills)

  • GrammarBrush ups ( Basic)
  •  Speaking  (  Speech with Confidence ,  Extempore, Debates, Calling  Skills, Anchoring , ADV , )
  • To talk English Fluently with Confidence 
  • Personality  Development
  • Voice Modulation: Master your voice to be fantastic story teller.
  • Advanced  Grammar and   Advanced communication
  • Vocabulary  Building
  • Newspaper  Reading , common  Phrases, Idioms
  • Business  English( writing & speaking)
  • Punctuation,  Notice Writing ,Business Letter Writing,  E-mail Writing  ,Brochure Making  . Paragraph Writing , Report Writing
  •  Handling  Business Meetings
  •  Corporate Speaking
  • Outer  Grooming
  • Business  Vocabulary

(1). Public  & Professional Speaking  English
The purpose of English Speaking course is to prepare the students for doing Economics, Mathematics and Statistics in English.
Development of the students' restricted knowledge in economic terms and topics includes: different economic systems, central control of economy, labour utilities, demand and supply, money, markets and monopolies, banking.
The students' competence in ESP is measured by their ability to:

  • understand and interpret information presented in verbal, numerical or graphical form;
  • Organize and present ideas and statements in a clear, logical and appropriate form.

(2). Business English
Business English course starts during the first intensive course with the introduction of the students into the world of business.
The course aims to:

  • develop the students' comprehension of business and economic texts;
  • develop the students' listening skills in the field of business and economics;
  • Provide the students with opportunities to express business concepts by reformulating them in their own words while summarizing.

The students' competence in this aspect is measured by their ability to demonstrate their communication skills in the key business areas of  meetings, negotiations, telephoning and social English, as well as the ability to write memos, notes.
(Advance levels Improve to Spoken & Writing)

  • Reading  includes:

Skimming, scanning, detailed reading, guessing unknown words from context, understanding text organization, recognizing argument and counter-argument; distinguishing between main information and supporting detail, fact and opinion, hypothesis versus evidence; summarizing and note-taking.

  • Writing includes:
  • Essay content and structure (patterns of organization, paragraphing, discussion – argument/counter-argument, advantages and disadvantages, topic sentence and supporting ideas, coherence and cohesion, punctuation).
  • Functions (generalization, definitions, exemplification, classification, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, process and procedure, interpretation of data).
  • Style (passive constructions, avoiding verbosity)
  • Punctuation
  • Listening includes:
  • General comprehension (listening for gist, listening for detailed information, evaluating the importance of information).
  • Lectures (identifying the topic and main themes, identifying relationships among major ideas, comprehending key information).
  • Speaking includes:
  • Seminar skills (agreeing and disagreeing, clarifying, questioning, concluding).
  • Presentation skills (introductions and stating the purpose, signposting, highlighting key points, summaries, conclusions).

The students' competence in skills development is measured by their ability to understand and produce written and spoken language in an educational context, to perform the following academic tasks:

  • reading and understanding written academic language;
  • writing assignments in an appropriate style for university study;
  • listening to and comprehending spoken language (within the framework of Breakthrough level);
  • Speaking to colleagues and lecturers (within the framework of Breakthrough level
  • FREE COURSE MATERIAL

* Course Books (Elementary + Intensive +Advance)