China to assist India train more language instructors


BEIJING, August. 24 — The Confucius Institute Headquarters and India’s Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) have decided to promote Oriental learning India.

Based on a contract signed between your headquarters and CBSE on Friday, each side have decided to increase trades of language instructors and students, using the headquarters saying yes to assist Indian schools develop Chinese curriculae and books.

Xu Lin, director-general from the headquarters, stated the move will strengthen economic and education-related ties between your two nations.

In April, the CBSE made Chinese a language subject for junior high school students in 500 schools. It intends to progressively promote study regarding Chinese in 11,500 middle schools.

Just before the signing from the agreement, an Indian delegation compensated a vacation to the Confucius Institute Headquarters in October 2011. The headquarters guaranteed to assist train 300 Indian language instructors and provide 100 scholarship grants yearly for Oriental students from India.

Throughout the October trip, the headquarters also guaranteed to determine an interschool communication mechanism regarding language teaching between Chinese and Indian schools.[db:内容2]