Telangana government launches French language program in welfare schools

The Telanagana government, in partnership with the French Institute in India (IFI) has introduced the French language into schools operated by the Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS) and the Telanagana Tribal Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TTWREIS).
Sharing the development on X (formerly Twitter), TSWREI Society wrote, “Secretary, TSWREIS signed an MoU with the Institut Français en Inde (IFI-The French Institute in India) to introduce French Language in the schools marking a significant step towards enhancing educational opportunities and new possibilities for students in the interconnected world.”

This is the one of a kind collaboration with government institutions and a testament to the power of promoting language learning and cultural understanding among the students, it further added.
The French Institute of India announced that the teacher will be trained by IFI officials. “Telangana shall soon witness a new generation of upskilled government school students. Learning from language teachers trained by @ifiofficiel in innovative teaching techniques, they will be building brighter futures for themselves” IFI announced on X.
Last month, France unveiled its initiative to enhance ties with India by announcing a plan to host 30,000 Indian students by the year 2023. To accomplish this objective, the French government will institute ‘Institute Classes’ within universities and colleges.
France is extending a five-year Schengen visa to Indian students holding a master’s degree or higher qualification, provided they have completed at least one semester of study in France.

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