School of Foreign Languages and Security Culture (SFLSC)
India-Taiwan High Level Academic, Research and Incubation Dialogue at the Raksha Shakti University
- In globalised world wherein the National Security, Diplomacy and Bilateral Trade are of paramount importance, learning a foreign language and understanding the culture is very essential.
- RSU School of Foreign Languages and Security Culture believes in a multidisciplinary approach and innovative thinking in order to strengthen the bilateral and multilateral diplomatic relations between and among the nations. School strives to become an institute of excellence in foreign language by providing skilled human resource to the respective industries and society at large.
- Keeping in mind the civilians and the defence personals the school aims to cater the stakeholders who wants to study, work, do business, be part of diplomatic forums, bilateral negotiations, and/ or border meetings etc.
- In order to focus on student – teacher ration and to give the best the seats in each courses, initially are limited to only 15 students per batch/ per program and the programs are very dynamic in nature and changes as per the requirements of the industry and the demand.
The School aims to provide Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diploma, Degree program on foreign languages. The identified languages include Mandarin, Russian, French and Arabic to start with. Students will be trained in the skills of writing, reading, speaking and comprehension according to updated pedagogy in foreign language teaching. Teaching will also be combined with the study of literature, cultural and political history of the respective countries where the language originates. The School emphasizes student-cantered interactive learning that allows students enough space for their personal development.
Diploma in Mandarin Language.
- The program is conducted by native Chinese instructor. The lectures are highly interactive and involve participants actively in group discussions, role plays, situational dialogues etc. The training also employs extensive use of audio visual aids including Mandarin Chinese movie screenings for the participants. Apart from this, the participants are also made to practice a mock India-China meeting with cultural insight and etiquette and are also introduced to the use of technology by using smart devices and online sources as part of the training module.
- After the course, students may take the Test of Chinese as Foreign Language (TOCFL), which is a foreign language proficiency test for non-native speakers of Mandarin. The table sets out the indicative number of course hours spent learning Mandarin, and the size of the vocabulary base of words (ci) learnt appropriate for each test level.
|LEVEL||INDICATIVE COURSE HOURS||SUITABLE VOCABULARY BASE|
|Band A||Level 1||240-480 Hours||500|
|Level 2||480-720 Hours||1000|
|Band B||Level 3||720-960 Hours||2500|
|Level 4||960-1920 Hours||5000|
|Band C||Level 5||1920-3840 Hours||8000|
|Level 6||More than 3840 Hours|
A dedicated language laboratory will also be set up to create an environment of technology oriented language learning. The laboratory will host software, interactive platforms, audiovisual tools, simulation rooms and role play facilities under expert guidance of the trainers. Detailed course curriculum, eligibility and admission process shall be announced shortly. Stay tuned with website.