To ensure the learning of at least one foreign and one Indian language by every person other than English and mother tongue to develop a global perspective, cultural inclusiveness & skill set for the socio-economic growth and harmony worldwide.
To impart academic and short-term courses on the widely spoken and globally acclaimed foreign & Indian languages to hone the cultural and professional acumen of the people worldwide.
To familiarise students with the socio-cultural heritage of respective countries for promotion of mutual understanding and collaborations through various cultural activities strengthening people-to-people contact.
To organise B2B events & orientation of companies from respective countries as well as leading Indian MNCs with the language students of KIIT School of Languages for recruitments, resource management & commercial collaborations.
What’s the benefits?
Language learning will
Broaden your global perspective, cultural inclusiveness and adaptability
Enrich you socially, intellectually and spiritually thereby making you to survive, sustain and thrive in the culturally diverse and competitive world
Boost your self-esteem, embolden confidence and enhance cultural sensitivity to face any ordeal of life
Your emotional intelligence (EQ) will get enhanced which is nowadays given precedence over intellectual intelligence(IQ) in business as well as society
For My Career
Development of a globally recognized skill-set and competitive edge
Placement in foreign origin companies operating in India as well as Indian origin MNCs
Jobs in UN missions, foreign embassies in India and Indian missions abroad
Promote tourism and investment opportunities worldwide by associating with several State Govts as well as related departments in Govt of India
Initiate BPO & technical start-ups by collaborating with overseas partners promoting ‘Startup India’ and ‘Make-in-India’ mission
The Film and Theatre Club of School of Languages, KIIT Deemed to be University, Bhubaneswar, organised its first Inaugural Ceremony on a webinar titled ‘From Text to Visual Arts: Emergence of Film, Theatre and [...]