E-learning platform Dhurina has launched spoken English courses for the rural markets
New Delhi, Apr 5 (The CONNECT) - E-learning platform Dhurina has launched spoken English courses for the rural markets. This 25-day online course includes, subjects like basic introduction of pronunciation, sentence structure, articles, verbs, tense, adjectives, nouns, basic manners and etiquettes, daily life vocabulary, common errors in, passive voice, cleft sentences, daily life idioms & phrases, advanced level sentence starters and connectors, tips to get professional in English are offered online to the students.
This course will benefit the students from the Bharat population in communicating with others and increase their job prospects.
According to some reports, English is the 3rd most spoken language and around 20% of the world’s population speaks the language. English is spoken across India and pronunciation can be improved with the help of online spoken English classes or video lessons.
Sachin Sardana Co-Founder of Dhurina said, "One of the major problems faced by students in rural areas is the lack of English medium schools beyond the elementary level in these locations. As a result, after getting an education in the English medium, a large proportion of students are forced to opt for the vernacular medium.”
With internet penetration and post-pandemic, the opening of online learning is becoming a reality. Thus, Dhurina is offering an online speaking English course at an affordable cost of Rs 499.
Dhurina is one of the fastest-growing tech-driven Ed-Tech start-ups, which was co-founded by Sachin Sardana, Ajay Kumar, Murari Singh and Sanjay Singh. The company had raised USD 1.2 Mn in its Pre-Series A funding round recently.
Dhurina has a team of 90+ experienced educators of the country who offer 250+ courses for 100+ state-level competitive exam categories (including some of the central-level exams) along with various skill-development courses. The platform targets students between 18 to 40 years of age for state-level and central-level competitive examination aspirants of various states and individuals who wish to enhance their skills in order to ensure job security.