Tuesday, 22 November 2022

International Training Program (ITP)

 International Training Program (ITP)

About International Training Program (ITP)

International Training Program (ITP) 

The purpose of this program is to help a person develop speaking, reading, writing and listening skills in English language. 

GOI Schemes 

There are schemes of Government of India such as ELTI support scheme and DC scheme which are supported by CIEFL. The CIEFL offers 3 month program under ELTI scheme and 10 day intensive teacher training program under DC scheme. 

Programs offered by CIEFL Hyderabad 

School of Critical Humanities 

M.A. Programme in English Literature 

M.A. Programme in Literary and Cultural Studies (LCS) 

M.Phil. Programme in English Literature 

Ph.D. Programme in English Literature 

Diploma in Translation 

Advanced Diploma in Professional Translation 

Post-Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies (PGDTS 

School of Distance Education 

M.Phil in English 

Ph.D. in English 

Post Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of English (PGCTE) 

Post Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of English (PGDTE) 

School of English Language Education 

M.A. English (TESL) 

M.A. English (Media and Communication) 

M.A. Media and Communication 

M.Phil. 

Ph.D. 

Ph.D. (Part Time) 

M.A. TESL 

B.Ed. 

School of Foreign Languages 

Part-Time Language Proficiency Programme in Arabic 

Part-Time Diploma in Translation (Arabic/English, English/Arabic) 

M.A. in Arabic (Distance Mode) 

M.A. in Arabic (Full Time)

Post-Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of Arabic (PGDTA) 

M.Phil. in Arabic 

Ph.D. in Arabic 

Part-time Proficiency Programmes - Certificate of Proficiency,  Diploma & Advanced Diploma. 

M.A. in French (Distance Mode) 

M.A. in French (Full Time) 

Post Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of French (PGCTF) 

Post Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of French (PGDTF) 

M.Phil 

Ph.D. 

e-Master in French (online, MA plus MPhil)

Part-Time Language Proficiency Programmes in German 

Part-Time Diploma in Translation 

Diploma in Interpretation 

M.A. in German (Distance Mode) 

M.A. in German (Full time)

Post-Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of German (PGCTG) 

Post-Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of German (PGDTG) 

M.Phil. in German 

Ph.D. in German 

Part-Time Language Proficiency Programmes in Spanish 

Ph.D. in Spanish 

Levels 1.1 to 1.6 (Part -Time) 

Diploma in Scientific and Technical Translation in Russian (Part- Time) 

Master of Arts (M.A.) in Russian 

Post-Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of Russian (PGCTR) 

Post-Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of Russian (PGDTR) 

Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Russian (Distance Mode) 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Russian (Distance Mode) 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Russian 

School of Language Sciences 

M.A. English (Linguistics) 

M.A. Linguistics 

M.Phil. English (Linguistics and Phonetics)/MPhil Linguistics/MPhil Phonetics/MPhil Applied Linguistics 

Ph.D. English (Linguistics and Phonetics/PhD Applied Linguistics 

Post Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of English  

M. Phil 

e-Master in French (online MA plus MPhil) 

Programs offered by CIEFL Lucknow 

Post-Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of English 

M.Phil. In English( Linguistics & Phonetics) 

Certificate Of Proficiency in French 

Certificate Of Proficiency In German 

M.A. English

Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) 

The Central Institute of Indian Languages was set up in 1969 with the purpose of establishing and synchronizing the advancement in Indian Languages. It also maintains the unity of Indian languages through scientific studies and contributes towards mutual enrichment of languages. There are seven regional centers of CIIL operating in different linguistic zones of the country and these centers strive to meet the demand for trained teachers, implement the three-language formula and provide guarantee to linguistic minorities. The Central Institute of Indian Languages under its Modern Indian Languages Scheme offers awards, fellowships, scholarships and Faculty Improvement Program (FIP). Its main objectives are as follows.

It gives advices and assistants to the Central Government of India and different States’ Governments of India in the issues related to languages. 

It helps in content creation in different Indian languages. 

It protects and documents in Minor, Minority and Tribal languages.

It teaches 15 Indian languages to non native learners. 

The functions of Central Institute of Indian Languages are as follows. 

Language Teaching 

Materials Production 

Language Analysis 

Documentation 

Consultancy Publication 

Inter-disciplinary Research 

Coordinating the Activities of Language Development 

Advise the Central and State Governments on matters related to Language 

Technology Development for Indian Languages 

Research and Development of Tribal Languages 

The functionalities of the Central Institute of Indian Languages include the following 

Project Programmes 

Ten Month Intensive Courses 

Orientation & Refresher Courses 

Training Programs 

Grant in Aid (GIA) 

Contact Cum Correspondence Courses 

Composite Correspondence Course in Kannada(CCCK) 

On-Line Teaching 

India Studies Programme 

CIIL Centers 

Centre for Creative Writing and Lexicography 

Centre for Excellence in Classical Tamil Languages 

Centre for Language & Educational Technology 

Centre for Language Information 

Centre for Language Planning 

Centre for LanguageSurveys &RLC's 

Centre for Materials Production 

Centre for Testing and Evaluation 

Centre for Translation Studies 

Centre for Tribal and Endangered Languages   


















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