“Learning different languages has the power to open and create multi opportunities
especially for Students, the future citizens, and inheritors of this world.” said Mr. Kripa
Shankar Upadhyay – CEO & Secretary, Delhi Board of School Education (DBSE).
Delhi government is soon to launch more languages curriculum in their syllabus.
Language is a powerful communication tool and enabler in opening new horizons on a World
level. Beginning of German and French language courses by the Delhi Government in 30
schools of Specialized Excellence (SOSEs) under the Delhi Board of Secondary Education
(DBSE) will create multi opportunities especially for Students, the future citizens, and
inheritors of this world.
The session highlighted that how introducing more foreign languages in Delhi Schools will
help students expand their world view and remove all limits and barriers in their future. It will
not just open new career options for students but will also give them an opportunity to learn
about different cultures, traditions, and history.
The session further highlighted upon the working relations of these countries and
tremendous opportunities available for youth in respective regions.
Over 300 people participated in the session including faculties, students from India and
overseas. The panelists at the session included Ms. Puneet Kaur – Head of Educational
Services, Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan, Ms. Fatiha Kammoussi – Attaché for
Cooperation in Education, Embassy of France / French Institute in India, and Mr. Rakesh
Kumar – Lead Facilitator, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School of Specialized Excellence – Rohini.
Mr. Aditya Berlia – Past Chair CII Delhi State & Co-Promoter Apeejay Stya & Svarn Group
said that he was delighted to see the immense opportunities being created for Delhi students
through foreign languages that will help people of Delhi secure jobs in civil or diplomatic
embassies, as well as in other fields like academics, tourism, hospitality, and fashion. He further added, “Introduction of foreign languages will raise the bar of education in Delhi
The session brought enthusiasm in both children and the parents. The students went about
not only greetings or introducing in foreign languages but asking questions as well, keeping
“Introducing more foreign languages in Delhi Schools will inspire other States as well to
adopt such initiatives and provide the youth of their States with new opportunities
academically and professionally”, said Ms. Fatiha Kammoussi – Attaché for Cooperation in
Education, Embassy of France / French Institute in India.
The session ‘Power of Languages – Creating Opportunities’, was organized by
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Delhi State Office with an aim to encourage schools
across the country to adopt such unique initiatives and unlock new career options for the
students in various fields, and to make them academically and professionally sound.
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