If it’s an MBA abroad- it’s the GMAT that’s going to get you there!!! The most validated & preferred test, used by the world’s leading business schools for assessing the skills, that form the crux of a business school academic curriculum, classroom and career.


There is this burning question in your mind. Why is THE GRE, the only admissions test, accepted by thousands of graduate and business programs worldwide — including most top-ranked M.B.A. programs? THE IMMACULATE has answers! Several years of extensive research by THE IMMACULATE R&D team have strengthened the fact that THE GRE is undoubtedly the most flexible test, catering to the admission requirements, for different courses.


The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) is a daunting exam. Plus, it's not a direct part of your schooling, so why take the SAT? Well, as it turns out, there are plenty of good reasons which THE IMMACULATE SAT R & D team has diligently studied over the past 11 years. One of the most significant reasons is how the test affects your college options, though there are other considerations, too.

Fluent English Level 1

English is the official language in many countries and almost 2 billion people are speaking English –“The most loved and accepted lingua franca” today! If you want to join the bandwagon of 2 billion then look no further! You’ve stumbled upon THE IMMACULATE TOMB of English treasures where you can explore and select the most exquisite jewel(course)!

Fluent English Level 2

To open doors to faster communication by introducing basic and advanced conversation patterns & vocabulary enrichment. The learner is also given an insight into writing patterns, forms, techniques & strategies and scope for interactions and individual presentations is triggered.

Fluent English Level 3

Those who have completed level 2 or those who want to talk, listen and write with superior levels of grammatical and lexical accuracy, coherence and cohesion.

Fluent English Level 4

Those who have completed level 3/ for those who are already very good at English with the desire to upgrade their existing language skills and master the language.


Travelling abroad to study or work may seem a herculean task for you but with us it becomes a cakewalk to break the barriers in order to traverse boundaries!!! THE IMMACULATE and its spin off unit TI Abroad can help you with both global entrance test coaching & migration!

Pearson Academic Test / PTE

PTE Academic is a computer-based academic English language test designed for non-native English speakers who want to study abroad. It tests Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. It is an integrated test which tests 2 skills together, such as listening and reading or reading and speaking and speaking and writing.

Courses / Handwriting Spelling Reading Skills

Handwriting Spelling Reading Skills


“The Difference between Ordinary and Extraordinary is that Little Extra“


The ability to Speak, Read & Write effectively is a key skill, and the better we are at it, the better our quality of life will be. As a child develops, it is important we nurture their skills so they are capable of expressing themselves, clearly and confidently, in all aspects and areas of their life.

Children first learn to use oral forms of language (listening and speaking) and then begin to explore and make sense of written forms (reading and writing).

It comes in the following order

Listening : Listening skills are the ability of children to hear and interpret information delivered orally.

Speaking : Listening is followed by speaking. It is the ability to connect with others by exchanging ideas and feelings, both verbally and non-verbally. Babies communicate from birth, through sounds (crying, squealing), facial expressions (eye contact, smiling, grimacing) and gestures/body movements (moving legs in excitement or distress).

Reading : Reading comes much, later after the child masters the ‘look and say’ method of identifying letters and words and begins to read.

Writing (This comes last) : It starts only after the child is able to hold a pencil.It is unfortunate, that in our country, we seem to place a lot of importance on writing evenbefore the child is thorough with her listening, speaking and reading skills.



Everyday activities give kids a chance to see and practice effective listening skills.

Active listening skills facilitate effective communication throughout life. Helping your child improve his listening skills at an early age benefits him in school and in his social relationships.

Listening skills also help a child develop his reading skills, particularly when he hears a story as he sees the words on the page, according to Scholastic.

  • Ask your child to repeat what you said after you tell him something. This gives him a chance to process what he was told and allows you to make sure he is listening to you.
  • Read stories to your child, asking her to predict what will happen next. The prediction requires her to listen to the details to make a logical guess.
  • Borrow audio tapes of kids' books from the library. Let your child listen to the tapes as he follows along in the story.
  • Get in the habit of narrating everyday chores. For example if you're in the kitchen together, you can say, "I need to measure out two cups of water and then add one cup of rice..." It may not seem as if your child is paying attention – but she is.

Young children continue to develop listening and speaking skills as they communicate their needs and desires through sounds and gestures.

Learning to talk is a process that starts at birth, when your baby experiences how voices can sound. By 2 years old, most babies have a large vocabulary and can put words together to express their needs and ideas.

You can spur your child’s communication skills when you:

  • Teach your child to say his or first and last name.
  • Ask about the number, size, and shape of the things your child shows you.
  • Ask open-ended questions that don’t have a “yes” or “no” answer. This helps them develop their own ideas and learn to express them.
  • Never criticize your child's articulation or speech patterns.Instead, repeat his statements back to him with the correct pronunciation or word usage. Give your child lots of praise for his efforts.
  • Don’t forget your child needs quiet time. This is not just for naps. Turn off the TV and radio and let your child enjoy quiet play, singing, and talking with you.

Reading is a great activity to help improve your child’s communication proficiency, it develops their language acquisition and introduces them to range of vocabulary, helping them to communicate with ease and clarity.

  • urround him with a variety of books: By surrounding your kid with a variety of books and other reading materials around the house and classroom, he gets more inclined to pick them up and indulge in them.
  • Make him part of an online library: Libraries provide a wealth of books to choose from and being a regular part of it can instil reading habits in your kids.
  • Read to each other: Reading to your kid will make him excited and allow him to learn the text that he is not able to read on his own. Also, encourage him to read to you so you can assess his reading skills and correct him wherever he goes wrong.

Cultivating great reading skills starts at home. The best thing that parents can do to encourage above average reading skills for their children is to give their time, and read with their children.

Story telling @ THE IMMACULATE

THE IMMACULATE inculcates the habit of reading and going back to the library, reading from black and white to enhance the retention skills, primarily encouraging students to read story books, fables, epics, general knowledge, encyclopaedia, folk &fairy tales, predictable books, informative books, rhyming books, comics, newspapers, etc.


It's important to remember that writing can be as difficult a subject to teach and assess as it is to learn. Many students have trouble writing with clarity, coherence, and this can discourage them from writing if they feel frustrated. That's where parent involvement can make a big difference.

Encouraging your child to develop strong writing skills at a young age, and to become a better writer as she gets older, can have a lifelong positive impact on her writing. It helps expand children’s vocabulary and shows them different ways of using words. This also makes it easier for them to use these words in their own writing.

  • Today, writing letters is a bit of a lost art. Encourage your child to write letters to friends or family members. Encourage his or her writing as much as possible.
  • A fun way to improve kids’ creative writing skills is to have them write short stories.Cut out pictures from a magazine to use as writing prompts for creating a unique story. This also makes a fun activity for the whole family to join in.
  • Make sure your child knows you’re available to help with spelling or proofreading whenever he or she needs it. When you make writing time a priority for you, it will make it easier for your child to improve his or her writing skills.


Cursive Handwriting, Capital Letters and Script Writing
  • Handwriting is an essential skill for both children and adults.
  • For younger children, Handwriting activates the brain more than keyboarding because it involves more complex motor and cognitive skills.
  • Children who experience difficulty mastering handwriting may avoid writing and produce poor written work. Children with poor handwriting will find it hard to proof read their own work. They will then fail to spot their mistakes and their confidence may dip even lower.
  • Handwriting contributes to reading fluency because it activates visual perception of letters.
  • Good handwriting remains as a major form of assessment for many formal qualifications

The only way to improve your handwriting is through PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE. But learning the basics, and knowing what to actually practice, is also an essential step.

  • Pencil grasp is crucial, and needs to be nailed when young, before a bad habit sets in.
  • Try to get hold of a school-style exercise book. It helps children to know where the letters should sit in relation to each other.
  • If children get bored of actually writing, get them to trace shapes. They don’t need to be tricky – in fact, a circle is probably the best practice, as it’s all about following a smooth but transitioning line.
  • Remind children about spelling, especially if it’s an often-used word, but don’t let spelling detail interrupt flow. Focus on spellings in a different session, when the writing is not about descriptive and creative processes.
  • When small hands get tired, take a break and focus on literacy – ask the child to come up with some brilliant descriptors and talk about adjectives or adverbs.
  • Ask children to fill in missing words in a story you’ve made, to get them thinking about different adjectives and nouns.

English spelling can be frustrating for the (righter /writter) writer to master, as it is developed from several different language families.

It is, however, worth persisting with learning to spell correctly as poor spelling can be both embarrassing and costly. But improving your English spelling is not impossible: with some patience, we will help you see noticeable improvements in your spelling with some of our techniques that good spellers use. Few of our methods, that we follow in THE IMMACULATE are,

  • We conduct many puzzles that involve crosswords and code words. That will help your brain work harder and improve your spelling in the right way.
  • We provide many types of Memory aids – or mnemonics – that will help you to remember trickier spellings.When it comes to memory aids, the simpler and more memorable, the better. For example, you could remember the word “separate” by reminding yourself that it has “a rat” in it. Another mnemonic helps you remember how to spell the word “piece”: “a piece of pie”.
  • Many quiz programs are conducted on Word Endings that has different prefixes and suffixes, which completely changes the meaning of a word.
  • Syllables are the one of the important method that we follow here to improve spelling. Long words can be broken into syllables (small speech sounds). Breaking “environmental” into syllables can help you read & pronounce it en-vi-ron-men-tal.
  • Many quiz programs are conducted on Word Endings that has different prefixes and suffixes, which completely changes the meaning of a word.
  • Syllables are the one of the important method that we follow here to improve spelling. Long words can be broken into syllables (small speech sounds). Breaking “environmental” into syllables can help you read & pronounce it en-vi-ron-men-tal


  • We create courses that introduce students to the basic structures of English and develop the full range of communication skills in speaking, reading, listening and writing.
  • We create an environment that is fun and interactive, because we believe that if learners enjoy their classes, they are more motivated to progress in their studies.
  • Course contents include Handwriting, grammar practice, vocabulary building, role-play, group discussions, task listening, visualization skills, active reading, brain storming sessions etc.
  • Students will also receive appropriate study material for each stage of their English course. Our material gives you practical experience and skills to improve your English language abilities.
  • Our unparalleled training expertise along with best practices gives you the comfort of learning English at the easiest and most importantly, in the right way.
  • Particular attention is paid to converting passive knowledge into active command. Additionally, regular feedback sessions from your trainer give you the advantage to acquire skills faster.
  • We strongly believe that, you learn quicker when you practice and at Immaculate, we allow you to practice.
  • Once you join our Creative courses, you will realise that vibrant classrooms and interactive sessions are exactly what you need to help improve your English language abilities.

By infusing a healthy feeling of competition and curiosity in students, it would become possible to develop their skills. Our Motto & Aim at THE IMMACULATE is to give proper guidance & enhance the learning skills in a child & bring out the best in them.


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