British Council to help improve English language skills of school students
The Council is already engaged with governments in Maharashtra, Gujarat, the Northeast and various other States for upskilling their teachers and...
Amaravati: Alan Gemmell, OBE, Director, British Council India, met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu to discuss strengthening educational cooperation to support the knowledge ambitions and economic growth of Andhra Pradesh. According to a statement by the British Council, the State government has created more than 4,000 virtual classrooms in schools across the State.
As per the discussion, the British Council, which is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, may collaborate with the Andhra Pradesh government to provide virtual education to improve skills in English language among school students through these classrooms.
The British Council will provide English education via online teaching and will also conduct various exams online. The Chief Minister also discussed improving the English language skills of the people in the State.
The Council is already engaged with governments in Maharashtra, Gujarat, the Northeast and various other States for upskilling their teachers and students in English proficiency that leads to better job opportunities in India and outside.