Course description: The language of the region of Bengal (West Bengal and Bangladesh). It has a great many intellectuals, poets and scholars who have contributed to the richness of this language.

Qualification: GCSE, A-Level


Course description: Gujarati is perhaps the most widely spoken Indian language outside India. Gujarati people, wherever they have gone, have made sure that their language and culture are kept culture are kept alive. Gandhiji, Patel and our founder, Munshiji, used this language to express themselves.

Qualification: GCSE, A-Level


Course description:The national language of India is the language spoken by millions. We can attribute the latest Ramayana and Mahabharata serials and the Bombay film industry to having contributed to the popularity of this beautiful language. Hindi which has been influenced by Urdu is known as Hindustani.

Qualification: GCSE, A-Level


Course description:Tamil is the oldest of all the Dravidian languages and one of the oldest languages in the world. Tamil literature is very rich and the people of Tamil origin have always maintained their link with their motherland and have encouraged their children to learn Tamil

Qualification: GCSE, A-Level


Course description:Perhaps the most ancient of all the world’s languages, Sanskrit has one of the most advanced grammatical systems. The very essence of Indian art, culture, history and philosophy is embedded in this great language which is also known for its precision and profundity. Sanskrit is considered to be the mother of all Indian languages.

Qualification: GCSE, A-Level

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