KIIT School of Languages Organizes Online Panel Discussion on IELTS Preparatory

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KIIT School of Languages (KSOL) organized an Online Panel Discussion and Q&A Session titled “IELTS Preparatory-Ask the Experts” on 7th October 2021. The IELTS Orientation event is organized by British Council Certified IELTS Trainers, Suchismita Bastia and Amrita Chhotaroy, in association with Venkatakrishnan Karthik, a student of Mechanical Engineering and an IELTS (Academic) Achiever. Dr Biswajit Das, Dean, KSOL gave the welcome remark by highlighting the significance of taking on-time preparatory classes from experts to score good grades in IELTS, the highly on-demand English certification test required by almost all prominent Universities worldwide. The session was initiated by Mr. Sameer Kumar Das, Deputy Director, KSOL.

Panel Discussion was moderated by Amrita Chottaroy who started with a power-point presentation on IELTS followed by 30 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the panellists. Karthik who got an impressive 7.5 Band Score in the IELTS (Academic) Exam held this September, which qualifies him to every reputed Universities globally, answered most of the questions on requisite mindset and preparedness for sailing across IELTS. He attributed his success to the rigorous and personalized IELTS coaching he received from KSOL.  Q&A session with the audience was highly enriching, interactive and informative with satisfactory responses to all the queries asked by interested students.

KSOL offers 60 Hours IELTS Preparatory classes for students, faculty members and staff of KIIT Group of Institutions. Enrolment for the upcoming October-December 2021 batch is ongoing. Details are available in KSOL website at https://ksol.kiit.ac.in/certificate-courses/

IELTS – the International English Language Testing System – is the world’s most popular English language test. IELTS is jointly managed by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment English. IELTS is accepted by more than 10,000 organisations in over 140 countries

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