Very comfortable class schedules: One or two classes per week

There are four basic skill-sets in learning a language

  1. Listening and understanding
  2. Speaking
  3. Reading
  4. Writing

There may be a very big number of speakers of a particular language who can’t read or write. The script is simply a container that has the ability to contain and store almost everything in the same form what may be spoken. A language may be written in different scripts. We don’t start our courses from script.

Teaching method of Prof. Mishra does not emphasis on grammar, we teach language and not grammar. Prof. Mishra always said, “Grammar only analyses the language, it never tells you how you can learn this language – the easy way. We should teach grammar only that much as much you use salt in cooking.”

As Listening-understanding and speaking are basic language skills, our first class starts with introduction of Hindi sounds and conversation. After first class (2 hour) every student starts speaking the language.

Bhasha Bharati offers various Short-term and Long-term courses

Short-term Courses

  1. One week spoken Hindi crash course (for basic conversation and travelling)

6 hours per day for 7 days (42 hours)

  1. 60 hours Spoken Hindi Course (for everyday basic conversation)

4 hours per day for 15 days

  1. Eight weeks Intensive Hindi Course (for effective operational proficiency)

4 or 6 hours per day for 6 days a week

This intensive course is popular among students of foreign universities, who are either studying Hindi or doing research work.  After this course learner may be able to easily interact with people and discuss things comfortably.

Long-term Courses

Preliminary courses in this category are designed considering the hectic schedule of foreign diplomats, company executives and other individuals working and living in Delhi-NCR. These courses are flexible with timings and intensity of classes. These courses have several special features –

  • Lerner may choose number of classes per week as per their requirement and convenience.
  • Every class lasts for minimum 2 hours (120 minutes).
  • A 60 hours Spoken Hindi Course may be chosen with 2 classes (4 hours) or 3 classes (6 hours) per week or even just 1 class (2 hours) per week
  • Long-term intensive Courses are chosen with definite target by students, researchers and trainees.
  • Long-term intensive Courses not only teach proficiency level skills but also educate about Indian history, politics, geography, food and other subjects.
  1. 3 Month Intensive Hindi Course (For achieving Vantage level of proficiency in Hindi)

4 or 6 hours per day for 6 days a week

  1. 8 Month Intensive Hindi Course (For effective operational proficiency in Hindi)

4 or 6 hours per day for 6 days a week

  1. One Year Long-term Course (For high proficiency in Hindi)

2 or 4 hours per day for 6 days a week

  1. 2 or 3 classes (2 hours) per week for a chosen course

The intensity of a course may be diluted by adjusting it to the schedule of the learner. Most courses may be organized as per the convenience of learners.

Special Courses and Support

Bhasha Bharati runs special programs to support and guide research about India and Indian History, Culture, Politics, Agriculture, Religions and other subjects.