Our English & Personality Development Trainers’ Team
Goenka Academy Jaipur has designed and developed the best Spoken English Course and Personality Development classes for professionals such as CAs, Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Teachers, Lecturers, Businessmen, Government Servants etc and professional students such as B.Tech., MBA & CA students. Our Personality Development training and English speaking coaching include authentic contents from BBC.co.uk and follow a highly innovative & effective methodology for enhancing English communication skills, confidence & personality that give you a winning edge during Group Discussions & Personal Interviews.
Goenka Institute Jaipur is proud of our excellent reputation built over 14 years of student-focussed approach and arguably boasts of being the top English Academy with the tag of the “best English institute in Jaipur” for English speaking courses and Personality Development classes.
Top 11 Exclusive Salient Features:
1) We have different courses for different levels of English. After careful assessment of a person`s current level of English, the most appropriate course is assigned to the learner;
The levels of English in layman’s terms may be broadly defined as:
a) Beginner Level
b) Elementary Level
c) Intermediate Level
d) Advance Level
We offer Intermediate and Advance level courses. We do not offer the Beginner and Elementary level courses.
2) Each English speaking and Personality Development course has a different fee structure & course curriculum, which will be automatically told to the learner during the counselling process;
3) Counselling is free of cost and the whole process including level assessment takes about 15 – 20 minutes;
4) The batch strength is below 20 participants, all of the same level of English and also similar profiles, so as to create homogeneous batches;
5) Course contents include relevant Grammar, Contextual Vocabulary, Pronunciation & Phonetics, MTI Removal, Voice & Accents, Intonation & Modulation, Pace of Speech, Fluency enhancement, Confidence & Personality Development, Non-Verbal communication skills & Body Language training etc;
6) Group Discussions training is an integral part of the course;
7) A blended & innovative training methodology is followed which includes theory classes and activities such as Role Plays, Presentations, Free Speech, Public Speaking etc using computer aided “Smart Classroom” techniques and Projectors;
8) Regular student assessments and feedback to students are very important elements in our training process;
9) We have a very good and well-stocked English Library for our students where they can borrow & read a variety of English books for free. The objective of providing this facility is to develop good English reading habits amongst our students;
10) Training is imparted by highly trained & skilled Trainers in an excellent English learning environment;
11) There are several batch options for you as per your convenience. Batches start @ 8:00 am. The last batch of the day ends @ 8:00 pm.
So come and Polish your English and Personality with us!
Q&A: English & PD
Answer: Nothing is impossible, but it is highly unlikely and improbable that anyone can learn any language in a matter of hours. It takes months, years to learn any language properly. The course of English should only be taken as the starting point of your journey of learning English, not the end of your journey. The real journey of learning a language never ends actually.
Answer: Try this simple trick. Keep Rs 10 stamp paper with you and whenever anybody gives you any such "guarantee", ask him to write it down on the stamp paper & sign it. Ensure that there is no *Conditions Apply in fine prints.
Answer: English is one language, just as Hindi is. There are several variants of the language with minor differences in pronunciations (called "Accent"), grammar, vocabulary, expressions etc. However the core of the language remains the same in all its variations. One should therefore learn "Global Neutral" Accent and pure and simple English in terms of correct grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Trying to impress others by using artificial and fake accents is a bad idea which invariably paints the person in poor light in front of others.
Answer: The words you have mentioned above are actually "Slang" words or informal words that one uses in internet chatting, or with friends. One should avoid using such words in formal English communications of any kind.
Answer: Okay, let me ask you a counter question. Suppose a foreigner came to you and requested you to teach him Hindi. Are you going to ask him – "Well, should I teach you written Hindi, or spoken Hindi, or formal Hindi, or informal Hindi, or Bihari Hindi, or Rajasthani Hindi, or Mumbai ki Hindi" and so on. How many different kinds of "Hindi's" are there? HINDI is one language, and so is English. So do not let anybody take you for a ride. Just ask your English trainer or institute to teach you good, pure and correct English and then the same English is good for you in all situations. If you speak good English, only then you'll be able to write good English. What you speak is what you write, as the "Idea Formation" or "Thought Formation" is the same!
Answer: Memorizing words from the dictionary is no solution to your needs. Language cannot be learnt by memorizing anything, neither vocabulary, nor grammar. Instead, you need to develop good reading habits which will give you "Contextual" vocabulary, even without having to refer to dictionaries.
Answer: The ideal batch size is not more than 25 learners in any class. This figure has been arrived at by international educational experts and is termed as "Student-Teacher Ratio", i.e. how many students can a teacher effectively teach in a class.
Answer: It is very important to have homogeneous or same level batches, both in terms of level of English and also in terms of age and profile. If a learner sits in a batch where other people in that batch are of his level of English and also age and profile, the teacher will be able to teach better, the learner's hesitation level will go down and everybody will learn better. As an example, is it a good idea in school to get a 7th class student to sit in 12th class, or vice-versa? The needs, requirements and problems of the 7th class student are different from those of the 12th class student, which need to be handled separately! So, the course contents and teaching methodologies would be different for different levels of learners.
Answer: You cannot "Learn" GDs or PIs. What you want to really ask is how I can do better in competitive GDs and PIs. Well, first and foremost, your command over English needs to be improved and you need to be able to communicate better in English, only then can you do better in GDs & PIs. So the proper question should be "How can I learn and improve my English communication skills so that I am able to do better in GDs & PIs". In "Personal Interviews", you also have one more element - Q&A preparation, which can only be effectively accomplished if you can express yourself well in English.
Answer: Attending a "Demo / Trial" class is not the solution to your problem. In fact, more often than not, the conclusion that you would come to after attending such a class might be wrong. If you want to be absolutely sure about taking the right decision about joining a particular English speaking course, then stand in the parking of the institute and ask the institute's present students who have already attended about 3-4 weeks of the classes continuously, about the efficacy of the course at that institute. And you must ask as many students as you possibly can, the more the better. This is the only real and time tested method of finding out the truth behind the facade.
Answer: Please understand, speaking fast is NOT equal to being fluent. This is a complete misconception. Fluency may be described as "Speaking with natural ease and confidence in an easy flow with correct pronunciation, intonation and modulation with correct syntax and sentence structure, using simple contextual words, to express whatever you want to say clearly and effectively". You should never try to "impress" others or shall I say "fool" others by trying to speak fast. Moderate your rate of speech, or pace of speech so that there is a better connect between your brain and your tongue and others are able to understand you well.