English soon to become an 'equalizer' with Project Now-I-Can

Youth suitability for employment under question mark, India to have 49% of global HR surplus. English can solve socio-economic issues. SPARK THE RISE published a Social Entrepreneur’s Project 'Now-I-Can' (ORGANIC techniques for language learning)
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Jan. 3, 2013 - PRLog -- Navi Mumbai, 4 Jan.

There has been recurring observations and debate in educational and media circles about the quality of output professional colleges are producing. Education systems seem to be helpless and the youth distressed. After years of schooling, may be even in English medium, an MBA with Marketing specialization cannot write his resume, an engineering graduate does not know how to answer very basic interview questions like 'tell us something about yourself'.

On the name of soft-skills, they are exposed to some run-of-the-mill training, 'English Coaching Classes seem to lose the sight of basic process; is there no hope?

Bhasha International has been silently researching into the entire issue from every possible angle - linguistics, professional significance, social aspect, psychological barriers and technological developments; and keeping the fundamentals of learning process in place, has developed an 'organic system' that can make a lasting impact.  

Now the good news: the basic techniques and insights of ORGANIC SYSTEM is being compiled in form of audio / video content in bi-lingual format by Bhasha International, and the Mahindra Group's 'SPARK THE RISE' has accepted to publish the Project on their website under title "Now-I-Can"  for people and jury to evaluate and 'vote' (To vote, sms MHRISE<SPACE>P08916 to 54646  )

With the Internet playing role of equalizer 2 decades ago, now it is going to be English.


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