Namaste! Do you want to speak Hindi or Punjabi? My name is Ankita. I am a Hindi native speaker. I have studied throughout my education in various Hindi schools and colleges in India. Also, I graduated in Sanskrit language which is an origin of Hindi. Sanskrit helped me to explore my own language on deeper level. I am currently offering a free trial lesson for new students.
30 years of LEARNING experience of Hindi and Punjabi and my TEACHING experience to all level of students from elementary to secondary and higher education levels from different backgrounds. I learnt Hindi from various Hindi schools, colleges and universities in India.
1996: Moti Ram Public School, Haryana, India
1998: 18 Model Senior Secondary School Chandigarh, India
2002: Khalsa College, Chandigarh, India
2005: Kurukshetra University, India
Kurukshetra University has one of the best language institutes.
I contributed in SARVSIKSHA ABHIYAAN (Education for everyone) for the slum children and children of special care.
I taught Hindi language at schools in rural part of India in the village Nighdu and participated in various Hindi cultural programmes and debates during my studies.
I believe in one to one teaching between student and teacher for better understanding of the concept and clarity. I believe in building a congenial and positive learning environment for a student to have good learning and grasping growth during the lesson. Willing to clear all the doubts that arise in a student's mind with a supportive and caring attitude. I can help you with gaining fluency in Hindi or Punjabi. I provide students with a proper mix of conversation, listening, vocabulary, writing and grammar. I share all learning materials with my students for free.
I can offer quick language lessons to the people who visit India for tourism or spiritualism. My lessons can help them to make simple sentences to deal with day to day conversations, for instance finding the routes, hiring a cab and communication with Indians.
My aim is to help my students to master Hindi or Punjabi and develop the ability to express themselves in the language.
Besides teaching, I am a yoga and Vipassana practitioner.