Hyderabad: The Cambridge Assessment English in association with the ClassKlap has launched an examination centre in the city on Thursday.
According to Cambridge Assessment English, the newly launched centre is largest among 43 other centres across the country.
Speaking to Telangana Today, Nassim Ebu Ershaed, Regional Commercial Head, Cambridge Assessment English said it is for the first time that they had partnered an education technology company. “We laud ClassKlap for their initiative to provide a platform to help students in developing their language and communication skills besides gain international certification,” he said.
Their association could benefit over four lakh students to avail the international certification in English Language. “The centre would train and also assess the candidates in English language,” he said.
Samuel Anand Raj, Business Development Manager, Cambridge Assessment English, South India and Bangladesh said they have tied with All India Council for Technical Education and on pilot basis 30 faculty members would be trained in English.
Naveen Mandava, co-founder of ClassKlap said “We already work with over four lakh students in over 1,000 schools. We want to benchmark out students using international standards and the association with Cambridge Assessment English will help us do that.”