Special courses available for students below 13 years, i.e. '"Fit in Deutsch" and "Zertifikat Deutsch für die jugendliche"
Exam through Max Mueller Bhawan, New Delhi.
Certificate recognized all over the world.
Clientel comprises of different spheres of society e.g. Engineers, Doctors, Management Students, Hotel Management and others.
Teaching through interactive method giving importance to develop all 4 skills.
Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening.
Why learn German?
How learning German may benefit Indian students? India and Germany have installed an Indo-German consultative group consisting of 40 high ranking Indian and German personalities from various fields such as business culture and academics.
Knowing a foreign language is an asset to one’s personality. In India most of the students can speak English as good as their mother tongue. By learning another foreign language, students open their way to more opportunities. German language is spoken in Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Liechtenstein parts of Luxemburg and other neighboring countries. How many people speak German, this is well evident by this graph.
How learning German may benefit Indian students? India and Germany have installed an Indo-German consultative group consisting of 40 high ranking Indian and German personalities from various fields such as business culture and academics. Germany is India’s fifth largest trading partner. Germany is a major source of FDI (sixth rank) In terms of collaboration Germany is second only to USA.
Indo – German agreement (Investment and Technology) includes over 610 ventures in various fields such as machinery and parts, heavy vehicles, chemicals, technical consultancy services, computers and electrical appliances.
Indo - German chamber of commerce IGCC promotes trade relation between India and Germany.
Indo - German technical institute IGTI offers practically oriented courses.
Presently above 100 joint ventures in field of research are being pursued under Indo-German science and technology agreement in areas like IT, advanced material, biotechnology, genetic engineering, medical and health research, advanced manufacturing technologies, aerospace, ocean science, geo science, Antarctic research and environmental sciences. German satellite ‘BIRD’ was launched through Indian launch vehicle PSLV in sep. 2001.
Germany is India’s third largest bilateral partner on development co-operation.
At present more than 900 young and senior scholars participate in academic exchange programme of DAAD. More than 70 scholars carry out post doctoral research funded by Alexander von Humboldt foundation.
Germany is host to largest and most successful trade fairs in world.
India and European union have a close relationship that covers key areas like political relations, trade investment, development and economic co-operation and academic and cultural exchange.