TESOL Course in Bangalore
Bangalore, now called Bengaluru, the “Silicon Valley of India” is one of the principal locations for the 3 week premium TEFL course in India, conducted by the well acclaimed Asian College of Teachers. The city displays a perfect amalgamation of charming monument hills, parks, museums and night clubs, malls, and cafes. Bangalore has developed steadily over the last decade owing to its mind blowing IT expansion thus paving way for the placement of ample language and soft skill trainers in various sectors.
Thus, pursuing the TEFL course in this city can be the wisest decision possible as TEFL apart from placing you as ESL teachers abroad also open up huge opportunities for you to get hired as corporate trainers. The course is reasonably priced at INR 55,000 + 18% GST (as applicable). If you are coming from a different city and have no accommodation of your own, we can arrange the facility for you. You can choose from two types of accommodation-- the shared apartment style accommodation or guest house lodging.
Bangalore has a number of interesting tourist places to visit like Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park, Wonderla, Ulsoor, Vidhana Soudha, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace etc. You can also go for a short weekend trip to the exotic Nandi Hills located nearby.
7th Aug - 25th Aug '2017
4th Sept - 22 Sept '2017
6th Nov - 24th Nov '2017
8th Jan - 25th Jan '2018
12th Mar - 30th Mar '2018
7th May - 25th May '2018
11th Jun - 29th Jun '2018
30th Jul - 17th Aug '2018
24th Sep - 12th Oct '2018
26th Nov - 14th Dec '2018
The city of Bangalore or Bengaluru as it is called now has a fascinating history behind it. According to the historical account, 11th century King Veera Ballala of Hoysala dynasty while on a hunting expedition got lost in a forest and became very tired. There he met an old lady who served him boiled beans (Benda Kaal) and the grateful King named the place as Benda- Kaal- Uru (Town of Boiled Beans) which eventually evolved into Bangalore during the British Rule. It was Kempe Gowda who built a mud fort in Bangalore and founded the towns of Balepet, Cottonpet and Chickpet. Later the city was under the rules of the Sultans and the Marathas before being taken over by the British. After Indian independence the city of Bangalore became the capital of Karnataka and is now considered the IT capital of India.
Bangalore, officially known as Bengaluru is located in the southern part of India in the state of Karnataka and situated in the heart of the Mysore plateau (a region of the larger Precambrian Deccan Plateau). The topology of Bangalore is flat except for a central ridge. The highest point is Vidyaranyapura Doddabettahalli which is 962 metres (3,156 feet) and lies on this ridge. Bangalore Urban district is divided into three parts – Bangalore North, Bangalore South and Anekal. There are several freshwater lakes and water tanks in Bangalore and among them Sankey Lake, Ulsoor Lake and Yediyur Lake are quite well known.
The inhabitants of Bangalore enjoy a year round pleasant weather in Bangalore. The city has a tropical savanna climate with separate wet and dry seasons. Occasional heat waves in summer may sometimes bring some discomfort to the residents of Bangalore. April is the hottest month with an average high temperature of 36 degree Celsius and the coolest month is December with an average low temperature of 15 degree Celsius. Bangalore receives rainfall from both north east and south west monsoons and the wettest months are August, September and October.
Bangalore is a cosmopolitan city and a mixed bag of different religions and various cultures. Since its cosmopolitan character and massive development in the IT sector, Bangalore has embraced people from every corner of the country and this has resulted in the conglomeration of varied religious communities. The majority of Bangalore’s population is Hindu which is around 70%, followed by Muslims comprising of around 25% of the city’s population and the rest occupied by the Christians and the Jains. Bangalore is dotted with famous temples like Halasuru Someshwara temple, Gavi Gangadhareshwara temple, Bull temple and the ISKCON temple. The Islamic influence over Bangalore can be witnessed in two of the most popular mosques-Jamia Masjid and Jumma Masjid. Among the churches, St Mary’s Basilica is the oldest in Bangalore.
Bangalore is well connected with all the major cities and towns in India. Bangalore International Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the country. The city is part of the South Western railway zone of Indian Railways and the stations are respectively Bangalore City Railway Station and Yeshwanthapur Junction which are the connecting points of Banaglore with all the important places around the country. The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation operates bus services connecting Bangalore with other parts of Karnataka as well as other states. Other than this, the local people avail of the three wheeled auto rickshaws popularly known as autos which are metered and can accommodate up to three passengers. There are taxis on call as well and the city is also awaiting its rapid transit system called Namma metro consisting of 41 stations.