"The prosperity of any society depends to a great extent on how people from all backgrounds are educated, informed and thereby develop skills. To bring the disadvantaged sections of society into the mainstream of Indian life through English language skills will ensure both personal and societal prosperity"

- Dr Birbal Jha

Dear fellow,

The seeds for British Lingua were sown in 1993. Soon after my graduation I began to visualise a career for myself. I also started thinking about the many students with a Hindi background who were not able to get their fair share of career opportunities though they were academically sound, just because they lacked good communication skills in English. Moved by their situation, I decided to help them by setting up British Lingua.

Today at British Lingua, we take pride in the fact that thousands of students have graduated from our institution. We have not only been instrumental in improving their communication skills but have also improved their overall confidence. Most of our students have found good placements at home and abroad. In a nutshell, we have made our humble contribution to the fast improvement in their lives.

BAP Pvt Ltd, which is the company running British Lingua, has been incorporated under the Companies Act. It has set up teaching centres in Delhi, Patna and many small, non-metropolitan cities so that students even with a rural background can benefit from its courses. The organization has evolved a proven methodology for teaching English that suits Indian students and gives them competence in the language.

Our practical approach to teaching the language attracts students from all quarters of society. The members of the Lingua family range in age from 10 to 60. The courses on offer cover beginners as well as professionals. Job seekers especially have profited immensely from these courses.

The popularity of the institute has drawn the attention of the famed 'The New York Times', as well as many Indian dailies, weeklies and monthlies. It has received appreciation not only from its students but also from the faculty members of several universities. We bring out a monthly magazine and have published several books on improving English skills as well as on subjects of general interests. We are committed to the cause of making every Indian competent in English. We live by the motto 'English for all'.

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