'I Can Talk in English' for Indian Women in Kuwait

Monday, December 17, 2018

Indian Women in Kuwait - IWIK in association with Gurukul presents and exclusive crash course for the Indian women living in Kuwait. "I can Talk in English" crash course in English Conversation for Women will be held from 6th January 2019 at Gurukul, Salmiya.

According to organizers, Indian Women above the age of 18 years are eligible for the course. There will be 15 sessions, five days a week from 9.00 AM to 11:00 AM. Transportation will be arranged based on request, organizers told.

The Course will be conducted by well known an academic, an author, counselor / trainer and a freelance writer/columnist Dr. Navniit Gandhi. Over 200 feature articles and 7 Books written by her have been published till date. Her most recent publication is a Book titled: Dear Parents, published by BYB Publications, Mumbai in June 2018. She has also authored two Work-books and two e-booklets. She takes lectures/training sessions at Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), Kuwait and Gurukul—a skill development centre in Salmiya, Kuwait.

Course Fee is KD 40/- Only. The first 10 participants get an additional discount of KD 5.

So hurry register for the course Click Here .Last day for registration is 5th January 2019

For more details and group discounts contact 60013210 , 60617933 or email – gurukul.[email protected]

Express your comment on this article

Saturday, December 22, 2018
Suri ,
First brush up framing sentences then ..Anda Manda...First remove the beam out of your own eye, and then you can see clearly to remove the speck out of your brother''s eye.

Monday, December 17, 2018
Thanks this is Dr. Navniit Gandhi, otherwise Malyali can never talk in english.... only Anda Manda Chanda...

Monday, December 17, 2018
Englis is coming to me

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