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TESOL Course in Delhi


Delhi bridges two different worlds. India's capital is littered with succession of a series of emperors. A maze of narrow lanes lined with crumbling Mughal palaces and mosques and the imperial city of New Delhi with large, tree lined avenues created by the British Raj. The city was built and destroyed many a time. New Delhi has been the political hub of India since the mythological era. Here you will find out that the city is scattered with stunning masterpieces to indulge your traveller's spirit: charming ancient monuments, mesmerizing museums and art galleries, architectural wonders, a vivacious performing-arts scene, fabulous eating places and bustling markets.

If you are considering pursuing the TEFL course in India then New Delhi can certainly be a preferred location for you. With its incredible historical tourist spots and rising economy, the TEFL course in New Delhi can be a good junction point for your fruitful teaching career with its precise teaching practice sessions, well planned curriculum and necessary fundamentals on how to be a flourishing ESL teacher.

TEFL Premium Program- The course is reasonably priced at INR 55,000 + 18% GST (as applicable). The program comes with Teaching Practice in local school.


18th Jun - 6th Jul 2018
6th Aug to 24rth Aug 2018
24rth Sep to 12th Oct 2018
26th Nov - 14th Dec 2018

History of the city

The city of Delhi has been a significant political hub of India as the capital of a lot of empires. In the epic Mahabharata the town was recognized as Indraprastha where Pandavas used to live. In 1192 the Afghan warrior Muhammad of Ghori captured the Rajput town, and established Delhi Sultanate. Ibrahim Lodi gave way to Babur, who, after the battle of Panipat in 1526, founded the Mughal Empire. From Hindu Kings to Muslim Sultans, the wheel of the city kept changing from one ruler to another. The earth of the city stinks of blood, forfeit and love for the country.


New Delhi forms a small division of the Delhi metropolitan area. The city is situated on the Indo-Gangetic Plain. New Delhi is situated on the flood plains of the Yamuna River. The Delhi edge originates from the Aravalli Range. It stands at the centre of the Indian sub-continent, amid the Himalayas and Aravallis range.


Delhi's has an extreme type of weather. The standard temperature can vary from 25°C to 45°C throughout the summer and 22°C to 5°C in the winter. It features extended and extremely hot summers, comparatively dry and cold winters, a monsoonal phase, and dust storms.


It is a melting pot of diverse religions and cultures. Delhi participates in almost all the festivals that are celebrated in other parts of the country. The celebrations start from the Diwali of the Hindus to the Eid of the Muslims to the Guru Nank Jayanti of the Sikhs to the Christmas of the Christians each and every festival is celebrated in Delhi.


New Delhi is well connected by means of public transport like Buses, Auto Rickshaws, Taxi Service and recently the Delhi Metro Link. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is at this time being extended to accommodate more passengers and their transport demands owing to the rising pace in the City. Delhi is also well linked with the rest of India via many Railways, National Highways and Expressways.