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VIJAYAWADA: The Cambridge University certificate course was launched at Kennedy International School, Kanuru here on Tuesday.
The Cambridge ESOL (English for the Speakers of Other Languages), UK, is conducting the course to test the ability of students in English and improve their language skills.
The course is offered to the children in the age group of 7-12 years in three levels – starters, movers and flyers. For each level, six months of training will be provided after which the test will be conducted and certificates will be given by the Cambridge University directly.
Inaugurating the course, K. Chandrasekaran, Regional General Manager, The Hindu, said English was an official corporate language, and, hence, communication in English was a must.
“Everyone needs to learn it,” said Mr Chandrasekaran.
Academician M.C. Das and Sekhar, general manager, CUE English (India) Pvt. Ltd., Chennai spoke.
Kennedy International School chairman N. Eswar Prasad, director N. Nagamani and others were present at the inaugural.
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