Arabic language belongs to the culture that is very rich in the terms of traditions and customs. This language has a very glittery past when we look at the yester year civilizations and world empires. And talking about the present, the language has an importance in view of the international relations because United Nations recognizes it, as one of its official languages. Principal Arabic speaking nations include Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iraq, Egypt, Israel etc.
Arabic is the language of the Quran which is the holy book of Islam religion. As a language it has influenced lot many other languages, because of Arabic origin rulers setting out on a world conquest (Some examples are Punjabi, Bengali, German, Italian, Persian etc.).
Arabic has a wide applicability because embassies need translators and interpreters who are fluent in Arabic. This is because Arab countries are important diplomatic partners, given their resource endowments. Also, a large number of international chefs are becoming interested in cooking practices of the Middle East. Besides the above mentioned prospects, there is a soaring requirement for historians who can decode Arab inscriptions on various heritage monuments.
We at the World Languages Centre are committed to the development of vanguards in the Arabic language field (heeding to the burgeoning demand for Arab speakers). We do it by incorporating the best reading and writing practices along with speaking and listening skills development. Pronunciation and culture familiarity are stressed upon in the ongoing interactive sessions.