Delhi Government schools to receive French language education


The Delhi Board of School Education (DBSE) and the Institute Fran’ais en Inde (IFI-The French Institute in India) marked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Monday to present French language in Delhi government schools.

The MoU was endorsed within the sight of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and HE Emmanuel Lenain, Ambassador of France to India.

“As a part of our program to present prominent global languages in government schools, students will currently have the choice to learn French as well,” Sisodia said.

“Presentation of prominent global languages like French will open new vocation choices for our understudies in different fields and will make them expertly sound,” he added.

Learning a global language, as per the Deputy Chief Minister, involves the securing of abilities as well as a connection with a nation’s way of life.

“Alongside improving the capability of students, this instructive participation will likewise offer a chance to understudies to find out about French culture and history,” Sisodia said, according to PTI.

“The Delhi government mirrors a similar thought of schooling as the French government,” expressed HE Emmanuel Lenain, France’s ambassador to India.

“We support them since they are serious about their policies and choices for the education for the training of 1.5 million kids in state funded schools. Among our reciprocal connections in general, training will continuously be our first concern,” he said.