Jai Srimannarayana,
From 30th Nov’23(Thu) we will be starting the classes for learning Telugu language.
This is attempt from Team JETUK to motivate as many people as possible to learn their mother tongue language.

  • Course will be divided into Beginner, Intermediate and Expert levels.
  • Every week exercies will be given which need to completed and sent back to the teacher.
  • We are currently offerring beginner level only

Beginner Level details:

  • Starting on 30th Nov’23 and planned completion by 06th Mar’24.
  • Classes will happen on every Thursday from 6:30 till 7:15pm.
  • Each session is of 45 mins and 12 sessions.
  • Every week assignments are given and completed assignments are to be sent back to the teacher.
  • By end of this course you will be learning the foundation of the language like Alphabets, Numbers, Genders, Tenses, Time, Introducing yourself in ssanskrit, few sentence speaking, Vibhakthi etc.
  • 13th session will be the assessment date that is 21st March. Timing of the exam will be notified nearer to the date.
  • For any questions please contact info@jetuk.org

Why to learn Telugu?

  • With 75 million Telugu-speaking people and the Telugu language ranking as the 15th-most spoken language in the world, it is a great option when it comes to language learning! The number of Telugu-speaking people is only growing.

Some interesting facts about telugu language

  • Telugu language’s script was voted as the 2nd best script in the world by International Alphabet Association.
  • One of the fastest developing language in USA and in world . Telugu is the 15th most spoken language in the world.

What are the benefits of learning Telugu?

  • Telugu also has a rich literary, cultural and poetical heritage. Two States of India (Telangana and Andhra Pradesh) use this language as the official State language.
  • Telugu also enjoys the position of being a classical language. Many people in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Odisha, Karnataka, Punjab, and Andaman and Nicobar islands use Telugu in daily life. It is also a minority language in South Africa