F-12/A, Ground Floor
Kailash Colony, Delhi, India- 110048. .
attended in Apr,2013
posted on 16 Jun, 2016
"The classes very fun and never seemed monotonous I started my classes with Zabaan by signing up for the Urdu script lessons. The approach adopted by Ali was unique in many ways and at the end of the five sessions I was very confident about my writing and to some extent about reading. Thereafter, I joined the intermediate Urdu reading and writing lessons with Ali and Raza. Both were very knowledgeable and were equally enthusiastic about imparting as much knowledge as possible. The classes were fun and never seemed monotonous. I requested Raza to read the Shikwa of Iqbal with me though I knew that I was not yet quite ready but he agreed and worked very hard to make me understand this wonderful piece of poetry. I am really grateful for this. Recently, I joined the class of “Arabic grammar and its influence on Urdu” being conducted by Nandini. This module is very interesting but tough. Nandini is a learned scholar and a skilful teacher. She has designed the lessons very carefully. I have benefited a great deal by attending the classes and I recommend it for students who are learning Urdu."
attended in Jul,2013
posted on 16 Jun, 2016
"I am very much impressed with the Zabaan team, their professionalism, enthusiasm and student-centered approach.I was very happy when I found Zabaan a few years ago now. I had wanted to learn Hindi for a long time and had never quite found the right opportunity till then. My instructor inspired confidence from day one – he was clearly very knowledgable and an extremely good teacher. In particular he was excellent at explaining the grammar and patiently took the time to answer my questions in detail. I had definitely come to the right place. The Zabaan approach was exactly what I had been looking for – you’re given a strong foundation in grammar, which is essential if you’re to feel confident when using the language. For a private student, the programme is tailored to suit your interests, and at intermediate and advanced Hindi level, alongside grammar lessons, I was encouraged to do a lot of reading, as well as listening tasks, and in this way you get to extend your vocabulary much further than you would through simply chatting (although you can do this too). I also took the opportunity to learn Urdu alongside Hindi, which enriches your vocabulary further still, and is immensely rewarding. I have waited a few years before posting this review, as I was fortunate enough to be offered a job with Zabaan and I spent three years working there, before moving on to new things. As someone who has both studied and worked with Zabaan, I am very impressed with the Zabaan team, their professionalism, enthusiasm and student-centred approach. I can confidently say you won’t find a better place to learn Hindi in Delhi – my husband (a Hindi speaker) is very happy with the result too!"