India

ELT-Consultants was founded in 2010, any projects or events listed before that year were delivered by individual Directors or Associates (please refer to individual CV). Projects and events listed in descending year order, with newest first.

 

Project: Teach English, India – self access materials for learners and supplementary

materials for teachers. Mapping of generic British Council e-resource to national English curriculum to create a

CD Rom for learners and teachers. Piloting and Evaluation of these materials in local schools.

Location: New Delhi, India

Duration: 2013 - 2014

Donor: British Council, India

Partner: British Council, India 

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Event:  British Council, India: Course Director: Hornby for 2 x 5 day teacher/trainer courses: Methodology and language, Making resources, Co-operative language learning, Project work

Location: Mumbai (5 days) and Kolkota (5 days)

Duration:  February 2009

Status: Awarded

Partner: British Council, Hornby

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Event: ELTAi Conference, Chennai: Plenary ‘Mixed ability in large classes: a burden or a piece of good fortune?

Location: Chennai

Duration:  2009

Donor: British Council

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Event: British Council, IATEFL YLT Sig ‘Way Forward’ conference Presentations by Ministry of Education and researchers from 17 countries on the implementation of English in their contexts. Negotiating with the British Council for the funding of a research conference. Liaising with the British Council and their global offices, Conference design Programming, Subsequent publication

Location: Bangalore, India

Duration:  January, 2007

Donor: British Council

Partner: British Council, IATEFL YLT Sig

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Event: Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) course

Delivery of the Cambridge/ESOL CELTA course – a pre-service training programme designed for teachers entering the English language teaching profession.

Location:  Hyderabad, India
Duration:  November 2006 – 1 month
                   June/July 2006 – 1 month
                   February/March 2006 – 1 month               
Donor: HSBC Bank PLC
Status: Awarded
Partner: British Council, New Delhi

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Event: Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) course

Delivery of the Cambridge/ESOL CELTA course – a pre-service training programme designed for teachers entering the English language teaching profession.

Location:  New Delhi, India
Duration:  October 2006 – 1 month               
Donor: British Council, New Delhi
Status: Awarded
Partner: British Council, New Delhi

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Event: Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) course

Delivery of the Cambridge/ESOL CELTA course – a pre-service training programme designed for teachers entering the English language teaching profession.

Location:  Mumbai, India
Duration:  November 2005 – 1 month
                   May 2005 – 1 month              
Donor: British Council, Mumbai
Status: Awarded
Partner: British Council, Mumbai

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India: Country facts

Population
  • 1,252.14 million
GDP per capita (2011 PPP$)
  • 5,050.11
Adult literacy rate (% 15 and older)
  • 62.8%
Gross enrolment ratio: primary (% of children of primary school age)
  • 113
Gross enrolment ratio: secondary (% of children of secondary school age)
  • 69
Gross enrolment ratio: tertiary (% of population of tertiary school age)
  • 23
Primary school dropout rates (% of primary school cohort)
  • n.a.
Pupil-teacher ratio
  • 35
Expenditure on education (% of GDP)
  • 3.32

Source: United Nations Human Development Reports 2014