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Different Languages taught at Nile

At Nile ,all south Indian Languages and our National Language is taught by professional faculty members.
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Courses Offered - Indian Languages

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Hindi, Kannada, Sanskrit, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu.

The languages of India belong to several language families. The largest of these in terms of speakers is the Indo-European family, predominantly represented in its Indo-Aryan branch (accounting for some 700 million speakers, or 69% of the population), but also including minority languages such as Persian, Portuguese or French, and English as a lingua franca. Kashmiri and other languages, which form part of the Indo-Iranian, and arguably Indo-Aryan family, have some 4.6 million speakers in India.

Hindi - Official Language of India

Language plays an important role in National Integration. It has been playing an amazing role as a link language. Hindi links the people from various states in our country. Hindi is the official language, plays a chief role in our enormous country. Many people are showing their interest to learn this language but they do not have enough guidance and opportunity. We are providing an outstanding coaching for written Hindi, spoken Hindi and coaching for Hindi examinations. People from various job profiles are now realizing the necessity of learning Hindi to extend and widen their activities throughout the country

Level Basic
Duration 45Hrs
Study material Will be provided by the institute
Course Content Reading, Writing, Grammar, Communication
Course Syllabus Schedule Reading & Writing - 20 hrs. (appx.)
Grammar & Communication- 25 hrs. (appx.)
* The candidate can attend the Communication classes till the time he/she attains verbal fluency and anytime later
Batches Contact office for information

Telugu

Andhra Pradesh, the third largest state in India is said to have been the home of the Pre- Dravidian inhabitants. Andhra region witnessed the rule of Chandragupta Maurya during which it established itself as an independent kingdom. The state located in South India, is bounded by Tamil Nadu in the south, Maharashtra in the North and North-West, Madhya Pradesh in the North-East, Karnataka in the West, and the Bay of Bengal in the East. The medieval city of Hyderabad is its capital. The main languages spoken here are Telugu, English, Urdu and Hindi. State Bird -Indian roller State Animal - Black buck State Flower - To be declared State Tree - Neem

The Andhra Pradesh State Legislative Assembly at the centre of Hyderabad City.

Kuchipudi, the traditional dance of Andhra Pradesh

Area 2,75,068 SqKm
Capital Hyderabad
Language Telugu and  Urdu
Districts 23
Population
Male
Female
76,210,007
38,286,738
37,923,269
Literacy 45.11 % (1991 census)

Tamil

Level Basic
Duration 2Months
Study material Will be provided by the institute
Course Content Reading, Writing, Grammar, Communication
Course Syllabus Schedule Reading & Writing - 15 hrs. (appx.)
Grammar & Communication- 15 hrs. (appx.)
* The candidate can attend the Communication classes till the time he/she attains verbal fluency and anytime later
Batches Contact office for information

Tamil Nadu, formerly known as Madras State, is located in the south eastern side of Indian peninsula with Kanyakumari as the southernmost tip of the land. This tip is the meeting point of Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean and Arabian sea. Tamil Nadu has a long eastern coastline dotted with enchanting beaches with Bay of Bengal in the east. Arabian sea and the states of Kerala and Karnataka form the boundary in the west. The state is bounded in the north by the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It spans an area of about 130,058 km² and the population of the state is over 62,110,839. The state is watered by several perennial rain fed rivers and the 760 kilometre long Cauvery travels the entire breadth of the state. The state language is Tamil and the main religions in the state are Hinduism, Christianity, Islam and Jainism. With forested slopes of the majestic hills of the Western Ghats, profuse incense of the towering temples and gopurams, vibrant festivals of music and dance, shimmering silk fabrics of brilliant colours, and an endless array of silver lined beaches, Tamil Nadu also boasts of being the land of Dravidian culture and tradition.

Traditional Dance of Tamil Nadu Bharatanatyam

Malayalam

ORIGIN: KERALA STATE. INDIA
LANGUAGE FAMILY: DRAVIDIAN
WRITING SCRIPT: VATTELUTTU
NUMBER OF SPEAKERS: 36 MILLION
OTHER: THE SCRIPT HAS THE LARGEST SYMBOLS IN THE ENTIRE DRAVIDIAN LANGUAGE SYSTEM.

Learning Malayalam Language is the best way to know and enjoy the Gods Own Country the beautiful state of Kerala, its people, traditions, and culture

Here is a golden opportunity to learn the local language of Karnataka... and the good news is, we offer LIFETIME membership... So come to NILE, start learning and you never have to stop.

Level Basic
Duration Lifetime*
Study material Will be provided by the institute
Course Content Reading, Writing, Grammar, Communication
Course Syllabus Schedule Reading & Writing - 20 hrs. (appx.)
Grammar & Communication- 20 hrs. (appx.)
* The candidate can attend the Communication classes till the time he/she attains verbal fluency and anytime later
Batches Contact office for information

Kannada

The language close to the hearts of all Kannadigas

Area:
1,92,000 Sq.Kms (Eighth Largest State in India
Greens:
Tropical Evergreen, Tropical Semi-Evergreen
Dry Deciduous(Malnad), Dry Deciduous (Plateau), Shrub
Length:
760 Kms. (North-South)
Prime Industries:
Electronics, Computer, Engineering, Aeronautics, Machine Tools, Watch-making, Electrical Engineering, Aluminum, Steel
Breadth:
420 Km (East-West)
Major Crops:
Ragi, Jower, Rice, Sugarcane, Coconut, Groundnuts, Coffee, Cotton etc.,
Population:
Total 52.73 Million
Urban 32.98 % Rural 66.01 %
GDP growth rate 6.2 %
Industrial growth rate 7.7 %
Air ports 6 & Sea ports 3.
Major Minerals:
Gold( 90% of India’s Production),
Iron Ore, Manganese, Magnasite etc.,
Climate:
Semi Tropical
Premier Educational Institutes:
Indian Institute of Science, Indian Institute of Management, Raman Research Centre, NIMHANS, ISRO, NAL etc.,
Seasons:
Summer ; March to May(18 to 40degree C)
Rainy Season; June to October
Winter ; November to February(14 to 32 C)
S-W Monsoon  : June to August
N-E Monsoon   :
Agumbe receives 500 to 4000 mm Rainfall
Major Cities / Towns:
Bangalore,  Hubli, Dharwar, Belgaum, Bellary, Gulbarga, Mysore, Mandya, Mangalore etc.,
Rivers:
Krishna Systems
Krishna, Tunga Bhadra, Vedavathi, Hagari,
Malaprabha, Ghataprabha, Bhima etc.
Cauvery Systems:
Cauvery, Kabini, Hemavathi, Harangi, Shimsha
Religion:
Hindus, Jains, Muslims, Christians etc.
Languages:
Kannada, English, Hindi
Roads:
Total Length of Roads 1,22,489 Kms.
N H 2,357 Kms

The Karnataka State Legislative Assembly.

Here is a golden opportunity to learn the local language of Karnataka... and the good news is, we offer LIFETIME membership... So come to NILE, start learning and you never have to stop.

Level Basic
Duration Lifetime*
Study material Will be provided by the institute
Course Content Reading, Writing, Grammar, Communication
Course Syllabus Schedule Reading & Writing - 20 hrs. (appx.)
Grammar & Communication- 25 hrs. (appx.)
* The candidate can attend the Communication classes till the time he/she attains verbal fluency and anytime later
Batches Contact office for information