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TESOL Course in Hyderabad


Hyderabad, lovingly called “the City of Pearls”, is the capital city of two Southern States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The city of “the Nizams”, with its magnificent palaces and monuments, lakes, gardens and parks, museums, scrumptiouscuisine and the many different bazaars (local markets) for shopping.Hyderabadbuilt by the rulers who ruled the land before the British occupation of India, has come a long way into becoming a capital of two Southern states of India. The grandeur of the city and the aroma of the variety of spices mingled in the air of the city, lend the place a distinct flavour of its own. Major tourist attractions include Charminar, Golkonda Fort, Ramoji Film city, various lakes and parks and many other points.

As you enrol for a TEFL in-class course in the city of Hyderabad, and unravel the city and its various attractions, you are bound to feel a deep connection with the past history of the place as well. With its ‘Nawabi hospitality’ for the visitors and tourists still intact, Hyderabad will never disappoint you. The TEFL course is priced at quite a reasonable rate of 55,000 INR + 18% GST (as applicable) and ensures that you get acquainted with the latest ESL/EFL teaching techniques practiced in the world around.


9th Jul - 27th Jul 2018
22nd Oct - 10th Nov 2018

History of the city

Rightly called ‘the city of love’, the city of Hyderabad was founded by the fifth QutbShahiruler Mohammad QuliQutub Shah, in honour of his beloved queen ‘HyderMahal’. After the last ruler of the QutbShahi dynasty, AbulHasanTana Shah, was taken into prison by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, the city came under the rule of the Mughals. However, the city including the Deccan portion gained its highest prosperity and development during the reign of the AsafJah Rulers (nizams) in all the three spheres - cultural, economic and social. After India gained independence from the British rule in the year of 1947, all states except Hyderabad joined the Indian Union. In its bid to remain independent from the Indian State, the relations between the two parties deteriorated leading to the Indian army seizing the city in the 18th of September, 1948 and imposing Military Rule. Slowly the boundary of the city began to redefine itself on the basis of linguistic concern. On 1st November 1956, all the Telugu speaking areas formed the city of Andhra Pradesh, making Hyderabad its capital.

However, after the formation of the state of Telangana in 2014, Hyderabad fell in Telangana. Hence now it has become the capital city for two Southern Indian state – Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and will remain so for a period of not more than ten years.


Hyderabad is located on the banks of River Musi, in the northern part of the Deccan plateau and southern part of the state of Telangana. Greater Hyderabad with an area of 650 km2 is one of the largest metropolitan cities in India. The city of Hyderabad is dotted with small hills and numerous lakes also known as ‘Sagar’.


Hyderabad experiences a semi-arid climate that is tropically wet and dry. The days are hot and dry while the nights are cooland pleasant with dusty storms occurring between the month of May and June.The average temperature in summer range from 30 °C to 36 °C(from April to June) and in the winter from 20 °C to 24 °C (from December to January).


Hindus comprise of the majority of the population with around 51.89%, though a significant number of Muslims also form a major part of the population with around 43.45% and are dominant in and around the old city of Hyderabad. Birla Mandir, dedicated to Lord Venkateshwarais an important temple for the Hindus in Hyderabad while Mecca Masjid is a remarkable and one of the largest and venerated mosques in the world. St. Joseph’s Cathedral belongs to the Archdiocese of Hyderabad and is named after St. Joseph.


Hyderabad is well connected with places within the city as well as with other Indian cities by road transport with three National Highways passing through the city and with five State Highways, and railways, the South Central Railway headquarter located in Secunderabad. With other major destinations all around the world in Asia, Europe, Middle East and America, Hyderabad is well linked through its international airport named as “Rajiv Gandhi International Airport”