Kolkata, the capital city of the state of West Bengal, is also known as "Paris of the East", witnessing a happy union of commerce, politics and culture. The city comprises of many historical structures built by the British, during their stay here. A bit laid-back than other metros, a course in International Teaching Diploma from Kolkata, will not only make the candidates expert global educators for children aged 2-12 years, but also enrich their knowledge about one of the culturally rich cities of India.
The Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore, is rightly termed by Forbes magazine as one of "The Next Decade's Fastest-Growing Cities". The city with many facets, Bangalore is truly a metropolitan city with a population consisting from various places. With a perfect balance of the modernity and its heritage, Bangalore is a great place for aspirants to enrol for a course in ACT's International Teaching Diploma and attend classes to become trained global educators along with getting the chance of knowing the city.
The largest cosmopolitan city of India, Mumbai, also known as "the Financial Capital of India" boasts of the largest amalgamation of diverse people and culture. A glamorous city in every sense, Mumbai is both a significant industrial city, as well as a city that respects its tradition and heritage, not to forget its famous 'Bollywood' film industry. Pursuing a 140 hour course in International Teaching Diploma from the Entertainment Capital' of India will make the journey way more interesting for the aspirants.
Kochi, also known as Cochin, a colonial name given by the British is a popular tourist destination and a perfect place to pursue International Teaching Diploma. This city in Kerala is steeped in history and has been a mixed bag of Portuguese, Dutch and British cultures. It has been the centre of spice trading and has attracted explorers and travellers alike which continues to this day. Travelers visiting this serene city cannot afford to miss the calm backwaters and those interested in local art and culture must watch a Kathakali performance while indulging in Kerala Ayurveda.
Delhi, the capital of the largest democracy in the world, has rightly become India's capital during the shifting of the same from Calcutta, with the city turning into a powerhouse of Indian politics. A cosmopolitan city in every sense, Delhi is a mixed bag of people from diverse religions, cultures and languages and offers many places of historical interests to its visitors. Hence, as you pursue a 140 hours International Teaching Diploma program, you will get to experience India itself by exploring Delhi.