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Aug 12, 2020
8:23AM

Lok Sabha starts beginner-level course in French

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Lok Sabha has started a beginner-level course in French for the officials and staff of the Lok Sabha Secretariat at the Parliament House. As many as 57 officials registered for the course.

Inaugurating the course, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said, knowledge of language is extremely relevant in today's interconnected world and is a necessary skill for success in different fields. Observing that language brings people together and helps improve their efficiency and skill, he said the languages enrich us and bring people together.

Birla appreciated the initiative undertaken by the Parliamentary Research and Training Institute for Democracies (PRIDE). He said that PRIDE must remain committed learning and research. He added that in the near future, courses in German, Spanish, Russian and other important world languages would also be organised.


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