INROAD TO COMMUNICATION SKILL IN ENGLISH
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FUNDAMENTAL OBJECTIVES
The fundamental objective of the Indo-National English Research Society is to nurture and develop the learners’ communicative skill in English which they may successfully cultivate in their respective professional fields. Indo-National imparts training in up-to-date English speaking, writing, reading and hearing for all professionals and students.
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MORALE & CONFIDENCE THROUGH BROKEN ENGLISH
At the initial stages (Step-I & Step-II in particular), the institute depends, to a certain extent, on ‘Broken English’, freely accepted as ‘Spoken English’ home and abroad. In this method the learners are made to feel comfortable and gain confidence. They are, thereby, rescued from the fear and hesitation of expressing themselves fluently in the presence of unknown listeners.

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SCOPE FOR THE SHORT- TERM LEARNERS
Quick and clear-cut system as maintained at the initial stages is beneficial to the short-time learners to get any job in public or private sector where the medium of communication is English.
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DIFFERENT STEPS OF THE COURSE
Indo-National categorises the whole course into four precise steps, namely INTRODUCTORY/ [Step-I], MIDDLE/ [Step-II], UPPER/ [Step-III] and ADVANCED [Step-IV]. Each step runs on for six months [48 DAYS X 6 CLASSES = 288 CLASSES]. Students as well as professionals are to seek admission to a certain step which accords to the knowledge they already possess. The step which may suit a learner is determined by the institute through a test. Students can make a self-estimate and opt for a certain step which they should go through.

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WIDE RANGE TO EXPLORE FREELY
Beyond the sphere of rendering English language training, Indo-National arranges mock- test, seminar, essay competition, instructional camp, group discussion, workshop, debate, educational tour and makes persistent effort to conduct an English Talent Hunt among the secondary students of WBBSE, ICSE, CBSE as well as those of the H.S. (all boards).
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ASSESSMENT OF PROGRESS
Assessment of the progress through regular class-test in speaking, hearing, reading and writing. Classes are held on Saturdays and Sundays in general. In the classes the same lessons that suit the learners are painstakingly hammered so as to make it almost a habit amongst themselves to get self-inspired in their effort to communicate through English. The learners are encouraged to deal with the same work at home during the week and be prepared for the assessment in the following week.


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