|Beginners||Weekend (Sat and Sun)||20th Oct to 18th Nov||2PM to 5PM||Rs 8000/-|
|Level 2||Weekend (Sat and Sun)||1st Dec to 3rd Feb||9AM to 12PM||Rs 12000/-|
|Beginners||Weekday(Mon to Fri)||11th Oct to 15th Nov||8AM to 9.30AM|
|Level 1||Weekday(Mon to Fri)||8th Oct to 26th Nov||6.30AM to 8.30PM|
For Advanced Level Batches (Level 4, 5 & 6), kindly contact us.
Level 4 A & 4 B are intensive courses and one is able to use idioms in the language, fluency increases. Converse easily with native Chinese on a wide range of topics. Preparations & Paper Solving: HSK Level 4.
120 hours course
You can apply for International Level Exam HSK 4 and apply for one-year scholarships in China / apply for jobs
Level 5 A, 5 B & 5 C are advanced courses in the language and give a native-like proficiency. Read Chinese newspapers and magazines, enjoy Chinese films and plays, and give a full-length speech in Chinese.
180 hours course
You can apply for International Level Exam HSK 5 and apply for three-year scholarships in China / apply for jobs
Level 6 A, 6 B & 6 C are the last-level advanced courses in the language and one can easily comprehend written and spoken information in Chinese and can effectively express themselves in Chinese, both orally and on paper.
180 hours course
The Chinese language (Mandarin) is claimed to be the most spoken language with more than 1 billion speakers all over the world. It is the official language of China, which is the second largest economy in the world. Chinese is also one of the working languages of the United Nations and is a significant language in countries like Australia and Canada.
Being one of the biggest market in the world, China offers abundant opportunities, and the Chinese language is the most sought-after foreign language option across the world.
Mandarin Chinese uses Simplified Characters called 'Hanzi' which are like logos. The language also has 5 tones to it. In spite of this, the language can be called "easy" as there is minimal grammar with no conjugations, no tenses, no plurals. The sentence construction is very logical and straight-forward.
What We Learn
While preparing for the Company Secretary examination, Ms. Riya took up to learning Mandarin Chinese. At that time, she had just started with her first year B.A. Economics. By the end of her third year, she had not only completed four levels of Chinese, but had also completed a Home-stay programme, a Summer Programme in Shanghai. She was also awarded one year fully-paid scholarship to Zhengzhou University, China.
Mr. Kiran is an Engineer who was looking for a job when he came across learning Mandarin Chinese as an additional skill set. He learnt Mandarin at The Oriental Dialogue. He has completed three levels when he was offered a job at a company in Pune. He worked there for year, and pursued learning Chinese. He was also selected for a one-year full paid scholarship. He has now travelled across China and carries with him a boundless experience. When back in India, he can start working with a company, start his own business or even work as an Interpreter.
Ms. Veena Balla who worked with an IT company wished for a change in her career. She took up the Chinese Mandarin and completed four levels. She immediately secured another job at a multinational company in Pune. Hers is now a key-job role where she coordinates the Chinese counterparts on a daily basis.