Our Training Programes - IELTS
What is IELTS?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an examination jointly conducted by the British Council, the University of Cambridge, and the IDPE - Australia to assess the quality of English used by a non-native user of the language. It is regarded worldwide as the most reliable and comprehensive method to rate the linguistic abilities of a candidate and is one of the criteria for study, employment, business or permanent residence in an English speaking country.

What is the nature and duration of the examination?

There are four tests which all the candidates have to take: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. The tests are always taken in this order, and the first three tests are held on the same day, with the speaking test conducted usually a day or two later. The listening test takes 30 minutes; the reading and writing tests take 60 minutes each while the speaking test lasts about 15 minutes.

Do all candidates take the same test?

There are two versions of the IELTS examination - the Academic module and the General Training module. A candidate can choose either of the two, depending on his/her requirement. While those wishing to pursue their higher studies or training need to get a good score in the Academic module, the General Training module tests the candidate's ability to survive in a broad social and educational context. These two versions differ only in the reading and writing tests, while the other two components (listening and speaking) remain the same for both versions.

How is the IELTS score recorded?

Candidates receive scores on a Band Scale ranging from 1 to 9 for each of the four tests. These scores are then added up and the average score is calculated and rounded off give the Overall Band Score.

Who should take the IELTS exam?

Professions should take this test in order to realize their dreams of a lucrative career in a prospective country. Professionals have a good chance of getting well paid employment in many of these English speaking countries. In particular Opportunities are in plenty in England, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
A good score is a mandatory requirement for students applying for various undergraduate and postgraduate programmers’ in foreign universities and institutions.
Anybody who wishes to go to an English speaking country for employment, on business visa or for migration (Permanent Residence) should take this test.
People also take this test to prove their credentials as eligible candidates for placements in and outside India