Webinar Program


21 MARCH 2021


8:00 PM IST

Why French?

Below Points are discussed in the webinar conducted on 21st March 2021

1.Why learn French

1.It is very famous
2.A motivating language for a career and an employment opportunity
3.A perfect travel language
4.A Higher Education Language
5.An interesting language to master and not a challenging one.

2. How you will learn French from us

1. Your Previous Language Learning Experiences
2. The Language You Are Learning
3. How You Are Learning
4. The Time You Dedicate to Learning
5. Your Attitude
6. Your Motivation

3.Question Session

• What are the opportunities after learning French?
• How frequently French Exams are held?
• Do French MNC prefer French Speaking Language?
• French Exam Fees?
• How French language can benefit students Job Opportunities in KPO and BPO?
• Do we need lot of reading to learn this language?
• Whether we conduct test to assess understanding?
• How close French is to English?
• What material will we provide?
• What is required to start the course?
• How French speaking course will work French companies in India?

4. Six Great Tips for Learning French

1. Don’t worry about it!
2. Avoid strict grammar.
3. Focus on L2
4. Talk to yourself in French.
5. Dedication.
6. Have fun with it

Getting Started


The ability to speak both French and English is an advantage for finding a job with the many multinational companies using French as their working language, in a wide range of sectors (retailing, automotive, luxury goods, aeronautics, etc.). A knowledge of French opens the doors of French companies in France and other French-speaking parts of the world (Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, and the continent of Africa). As the world’s fifth biggest economy and third-ranking destination for foreign investment, France is a key economic partner and attracts entrepreneurs, researchers and the cream of foreign students.

Speaking French opens up opportunities for higher education at some of France’s best-known universities (the Sorbonne, Pierre Marie Curie University, etc.) or elite grandes écoles (HEC, Polytechnique, ESSEC), often on very favourable financial terms. Students with a good level of French may be eligible to apply for a French government grant to enrol on a postgraduate course of their choice in France, leading to an internationally recognised postgraduate degree.

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My name is Tushar Gupta and I am a friendly and outgoing French Teacher with ten+ years of experience in both private and public school settings instructing French language and culture at middle and high school levels. I am an exceptionally skilled and adaptable French Teacher with strong record in teaching French at grade-school and high-school levels. I am able to balance teaching and administrative assignments with equal facility and professionalism. I have assisted struggling students during private sessions and taught several classes every day.

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