Study Abroad


Suppose you're not a natural English speaker but would like to study or work in a country where English is the official language. In that case, you'll need to take the International English Language Testing System, or IELTS. The British Council in the United Kingdom and the International Education and Development Partnership in Australia run it worldwide. There are two versions of this exam—an academic and a general one.
Introduction to the IELTS in India
Globally, more people take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) than any other English language exam. More than 3.5 million people took the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam in 2018.
Over 140 governments and over 10,000 schools, businesses, and other organisations worldwide accept IELTS as proof of English proficiency.
IELTS Australia, the British Council, and Cambridge Assessment English are all co-owners of the exam.
Academic IELTS
IELTS is designed for those who must demonstrate their English language skills for academic objectives, such as admission to an undergraduate or graduate degree programme or professional registration in an English-speaking country.

Examined in the IELTS General Training
The IELTS is designed for those who must demonstrate their English competence for non-academic purposes, including employment and immigration to English-speaking nations like Australia, the UK, the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, etc.

The significance of the IELTS exam and why it is necessary
You may be assured that your IELTS score will be accepted by universities, businesses, governments, and professional organisations worldwide because more than 10,000 organisations have trusted IELTS globally.

How does the International English Language Testing System function?
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) was created by some of the world's foremost language evaluation specialists. It is designed to evaluate your proficiency in all areas of English necessary for your new employment or study abroad programme.

IELTS: Who Owns It?
British Council, International Examinations and Assessments, and Cambridge Assessment English are all co-owners of the IELTS. To learn more about the IELTS exam, feel free to download our test-taker brochure and our PDF with information for candidates.

Schematic of the International English Language Testing System
The exam materials for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) are created by a global group of specialists who adhere to stringent protocols to protect test taker anonymity and the validity of the test itself. This guarantees that the IELTS test remains objective and fair for all applicants regardless of their country of origin, race, gender, sexual orientation, or geography. The IELTS exam can be taken as many times as necessary. The test is given four or five times a month, and the results are good for two years.

Reading Section

You will have 20 minutes to read each of the three sections in the reading section.

Listening Section

The time allotted for the listening section is 30 minutes, and four questions will be asked.

Speaking Section

Time Limit: 11-15 Minutes for the Speaking Part.

Writing Section

There is two-Part Writing Assignment. One segment is allotted 20 minutes, the other 40 minutes..


The Ways We Assist


Particular Courses

We offer separate lessons for each course portion and constantly create new groups to accommodate incoming students. Also, students who are still unsure can take advantage of our no-cost supplemental instruction.


College Courses Available Online

They realise the current state of affairs. Online Courses are available for those who cannot travel to our campus for instruction.


Advice and Methods

Our qualified instructors provide their students with test-taking advice and tactics to help them achieve a good scores on the IELTS.


Concerts Recorded in Real Time

Each weekend, we provide in-person lessons to help the student feel more comfortable speaking English in public.


Signing Up Is Free

The signup process is free of charge. Interested students can sign up without cost and attend a trial class or demo session at their convenience.


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To ensure that our students are well prepared for their exams, we supply them with the most recent Study Materials available at no cost. Moreover, individuals can save money by not purchasing study materials elsewhere.

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