Monday, September 16, 2013

Contact IELTS Gurukul

Contact IELTS Gurukul

IELTS Gurukul

SCO 80-81, First Floor, Sector 17-C
Chandigarh - 160017
Phone :0172 - 5061001, 5003007
Mobile : +91 99888-86137
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Success Stories

Success Stories

"With blank information about IELTS, I entered this academy, but thanks to the faculty for the valuable guidance and training, now I am going out with abreast of knowledge about ielts. The management staff was very kind and reachable when needed, the teaching staff is well experienced and approachable which is an added benefit to the students. Overall its a great institute."

Dr. Mallik (Chandigarh)

"I came here for a crash course on IELTS, I am very happy with the coaching provided. Also happy with the assistance provided by the non teaching staff."

Ms. Usha (Panchkula)

"I am very happy to say I joined IELTS Gurukul and successfully completed the course. It was a very tough decision to select the IELTS coaching centre in chandigarh, there are many institutions providing coaching for IELTS, so was very confused and after months of scrutiny I joined this institute. I was very comfortable joining here especially, the faculty was very co-operative, always humorous and kept the class alive. I recommend my other colleagues to join this institute & have a great training."

Sanjay (Mohali)

" IELTS training program at this Academy has been a good learning experience. The biggest advantage is we get in touch with people from mixed background with different level of experience. The timing and Place of the training is very convenient.The topics were covered very well and additional information was given too. The approach of the program is quite personalized and I’m happy with the additional service provided. Overall, I had a pleasant experience and would recommend to friends and colleagues."

Atul Chinchalkar (Kharar)

"I have known this academy for about three and half years. Even my sister also took the IELTS training here and she was able to score well and I too have experienced the same. All thanks to the faculty. I think he is the best in the field. This academy has helped me a lot in the stepping stone of my life. Thanks to the management and all the staff for giving such a good hospitality."

Darshan Koshy Jacob (Patiala)

"We had a good smiling, active teacher who taught us with love & affection. Our teacher is very talented in teaching; we all enjoyed and understood all that was taught to us."

Nirmala (Zirakpur)

"I came here with zero confidence to this academy but now going out with full of confidence. The credit goes to our faculty, she taught us well."

Fawaz moidu (Manimajra)

"English was very difficult for me to speak, but after joining here I did not waste even a day in that month, learnt grammar, vocabulary and now I can communicate with others without any kind of hesitation."

Prakash (Ludhiana)

It was really a good and wonderful experience. It was worth for me to attend the classes where I learnt grammar and sentence formation, it was an easy way of learning English."

Sanjith (Chandigarh)

From past one month I had enriching experience, thanks to our faculty; she was very co-operative and friendly in the class. Now I can interact in English language well.

Varsha (Patiala)

My experience in this Academy was really wonderful, faculty explanation was good. Mock test helped to understand our level. I thank each and every one in this academy for the guidance and support.

Girija (Panchkula)



What is IELTS?

IELTS is the International English Language Testing System which tests English proficiency across the globe. Conducting 2 million tests in the past year, IELTS is the world’s most popular high stakes English language proficiency test.

Which organisations accept IELTS?

IELTS is accepted by more than 8,000 organisations worldwide. These include universities, immigration departments, government agencies, professional bodies and multinational companies.

Who owns IELTS and who writes the test?

IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment and offered through more than 900 test centres and locations in over 130 countries. International teams of writers contribute to IELTS test materials. Ongoing research ensures that IELTS remains fair and unbiased. Test writers from different English-speaking countries develop IELTS content so it reflects real-life situations.

Why are there two versions of the test?

IELTS has two versions – Academic and General Training. The Academic test is for those who want to study at a tertiary level in an English-speaking country. The General Training test is for those who want to do work experience or training programs, secondary school or migrate to an English-speaking country. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests but different Reading and Writing tests.

Which version should I do?

Read the explanation of the Academic and General Training tests, then contact the organisation or institution to which you are applying to find out what it requires.

What is the test format and how long will it take?

IELTS has four parts – Listening (30 minutes), Reading (60 minutes), Writing (60 minutes) and Speaking (11–14 minutes). The total test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes. The Listening, Reading and Writing tests are done in one sitting. The Speaking test may be on the same day or up to seven days before or after the other tests.

What help is available for candidates with disabilities?

Test centres make every effort to cater for the special needs of candidates with disabilities. It is our aim for all candidates to be assessed fairly and objectively. If you have a special need, talk to your local test centre when registering. Centres may need three months to organise arrangements.

Where can I take IELTS?

You can take IELTS in over 900 locations worldwide. Search for your nearest test centre on the IELTS Worldwide Search. IELTS centres have friendly, helpful staff who will help you with the registration process.

When can I take IELTS?

IELTS is available on 48 fixed dates a year – up to four times a month, depending on local demand. Go to your nearest centre to see their next test date.

How much does it cost?

IELTS has a set fee for its test. The Academic and General Training tests are the same cost. To find out the test fee in your local currency, check the IELTS Worldwide Search for your nearest centre.

Why Choose IELTS Gurukul

Why Choose Us


IELTS Gurukul is second to none when it comes to preparing you for your test.

Proven approach to learning:

We don’t believe in using tricks to crack the test. We focus on a skill-based approach that leads to mastery. Our teaching philosophy is based on three key elements – concept, application and strategy.

Faculty with a specialization in test prep:

Our teachers aren’t just Mathematics or English experts – they specialize in preparing students for standardized tests such as the SAT®, GRE® and GMAT® using our modular teaching philosophy that has spelled success for our students in the past.

Student Focus:

At IELTS Gurukul we understand that every individual is unique. To guarantee success, the IELTS Gurukul program is customized for each student.

Personalized study plan:

IELTS Gurukul Counselors design a study plan for each student based on his or her strengths and weaknesses. While no two plans are the same, the end result is the same for every student.

Personal counselor for each student:

Each student is assigned an expert counselor who guides the student throughout the program and ensures that he or she is well prepared by the exam date.

Small batches to ensure individual attention:

Our program is oriented towards excellent results with small batch sizes that allow faculty to give attention to every student.

Testing and Analysis:

Every student appears for a number of 'Full Length Tests' at the center, and analyzes them, based on which the counselor charts the student's progress and points out corrective measures to improve his / her performance.


Students at IELTS Gurukul have unlimited access to
• Laptops and Software
• Air Conditioned study room space
• Updated reading material

Proven Results:

When it comes to results, IELTS Gurukul students have excelled.

High Scores:

IELTS Gurukul students have cracked the SAT®, GRE®, GMAT® averaging close to the 90th percentile in all three tests.

Admission into Top Universities:

IELTS Gurukul students have secured admissions and scholarships to the top universities and programs in the US including Harvard University, Stanford University, Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, and many more.

What is IELTS?

What is IELTS?

The international English language testing system (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, with over 2 million tests taken in the last year.
IELTS assesses all of your English skills — reading, writing, listening and speaking, and is designed to reflect how you will use English at study, at work, and at play, in your new life abroad.
The IELTS test is developed by some of the world’s leading experts in language assessment. It has an excellent international reputation, and is accepted by over 8,000 organisations worldwide, including schools, universities, employers, immigration authorities and professional bodies.
IELTS is the most widely accepted English language test that uses a one-on-one speaking test to assess your English communication skills. This means that you are assessed by having a real-life conversation with a real person. This is the most effective and natural way of testing your English conversation skills.
You can take IELTS Academic or IELTS General Training – depending on the organisation you are applying to and your plans for the future.
Whatever your reason for taking IELTS, make the most of your language skills.

Importance of IELTS

Everybody interested in overseas study or immigration and in some cases while applying for international jobs, may be required to undergo an IELTS test. The IELTS score is required to get admission into many renowned universities across the world and a majority of immigration destinations demand their applicants to take IELTS test in order to qualify for the eligibility criteria. In fact, in certain immigration programs, such as Australia General Skilled Migration program, both the principal applicant and their spouse are required to appear for the IELTS test.
The IELTS test serves as a perfect medium to evaluate your language benchmark and in many cases; help the applicants find adept employment opportunities for themselves. Ace English language skills have always been one of the major selection criteria as far as the eligibility factor under the point based system is concerned. IELTS score of an immigrant applicant offers an opportunity for the immigration officers to judge the applicants for their English language skills. History says that earlier the immigration officers used to take a face-to-face interview with the applicants and come to a final judgment. But the system had many loopholes and the outcome usually resulted into prejudiced situations. This test, further allows the immigration officer to judge the candidate on the basis of all the required four skill such as understanding power, reading abilities, speaking skills and listening capabilities. This was not possible with the earlier concept of “one-on-one interview”. Keeping all these things in mind, the concept of IELTS Test was introduced.
IELTS test holds an international acceptability, so its importance is automatically highlighted. An IELTS test is an integral part and one of the most critical aspects of almost all the immigration processes such as Study Visa, General Skilled Migration program amongst others. In addition, this test gives the applicants (applying for Study Visa) a polished opportunity to check on their language skill levels and apply for a particular course in accordance with their rankings. This also means that if the applicant manages to achieve the target score, it will provide ample confidence to the applicant and his college about his brilliant eligibility level.



The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized test which assesses the English language abilities of students who are not native English-speakers. It is administered by ETS (Educational Testing Service). It evaluates the potential success of an individual to use and understand standard American English at a college level TOEFL is a way of assessing and demonstrating English language proficiency if your first language is not English. It is a required exam for those students wishing to begin undergraduate or graduate study in the US TOEFL is available in over 100 countries.

Who takes it and why?

Nonnative English speakers at the 11th-grade level or above should take the TOEFL test to provide evidence of their English proficiency before beginning academic work. The test content is considered too difficult for students below 11th grade. Most people take the TOEFL test as a prerequisite for admission into colleges and universities where English is used or required. In addition, many government, licensing, and certification agencies and exchange and scholarship programs use TOEFL scores to evaluate the English proficiency of people for whom English is not their native language

Score Validity:

The score is valid for 2 years.

Score & Duration:

Total Score is 120 Marks & duration of the test is 4Hrs approx.

Sending Scores:

The score is sent to 4 universities by ETS free of cost at the time of exam. ETS charges additionally for scores sent to universities later.

Test Registration:

By phone, fax and person at resource centers or mail.

TOEFL Exam Fees:

$165 approx


The TOEFL test is Internet Based Test (iBT) in India.

Countries Accepting TOEFL:

TOEFL is widely accepted by USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore institutions.

Interview Preparation

Interview Preparation

visa interview

Visa interview is an important step prior to the final confirmation of student visa approval for most countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, UK and USA. Your interview could fasten or delay your visa processing. Therefore, it is crucial that you prepare for the interview and address all concerns of the visa officer.
The interview is taken by the ambassador or visa officer who may ask you a range of questions mainly to ensure that your application case is genuine and your intentions align with what is being written in the application form. The officer is a trained professional, who could ask multiple unrelated questions, not to annoy you but to know your real interests and objectives. If you are prepared, you can enjoy this process and meeting with someone who opens the door of a new country for you.
A few visa interview tips :
Be courteous, friendly and polite throughout the interview.
Be confident as you the best about yourself, where and why you have made applications.
Give brief and clear answers. If not sure, then you can ask the question again. Be thoughtful in your answers.
Be ready for any strange questions and don’t get nervous when you have them. They are meant to test your intentions, skills or IQ.

Interview Preparation Program for students

Most of the schools, colleges and universities conduct interviews with applicants as a part of the admission procedure.
IELTS Gurukul Interview Preparation Program prepares you for interviews keeping in mind your education background, work experience, your capacity to handle wide-ranging questions about your career goals, strengths/weaknesses, leadership skills, managerial potential, etc.
Unique features
  • Personal Practice Session with the candidate with General and Standard questions.
  • Discussing the most suggested answers to the likely questions in view of the candidate's profile and career plans.
  • Detailed feedback on the interview performance through suitable answers.
  • Tips on Communication, Body Language, Presentation Skills and handling tough questions etc.
  • Customized and one to one training.
  • Preparing yourself better.
  • Making the right impression.
  • Sharpening up your Personal Interviewing Style.
  • Convince the interviewer you're one of the best.
Any student appearing for a competitive exam - where interview is the admission criterion.

Personality Development

Personality Development

By definition, ‘Personality development courses’ are the courses that guide you about how to develop your personality? Numerous courses boast of the fact that they may help you to develop your personality, but, do you know what your personality is? We can help you find an answer.
Some of you may consider that what your physical appearance is, answers the very question. But, it is not true.
The truth is that, Personality in practical sense; is an amalgamation of your behavior, attitude and communication skills. Our personality development classes in IELTS Gurukul will help you to develop your personality, including: your behavior, attitude and communication skills.
We are an eminent personality development institute in chandigarh; having a proven track record of successfully completing numerous batches by delivering one of the best personality development courses in chandigarh. Our team of experienced trainers understands that the classroom environment is very much different from the real world scenarios. Keeping this very fact in mind, we have designed focused personality development programs that cater to varied needs of the constituent candidates.

We offer programs of personality development training in IELTS Gurukul covering topics, as:

• Interpersonal Skills module: guides you on how to carry a positive attitude and how to behave professionally.
• Spoken English module: guides you on how to speak English fluently.
• Written English module: guides you on how to write English in emails and business letters, easily.
• Public Speaking module: guides you on how to speak correctly and confidently in public.
Every module includes access to highly focused personality development course material, includes: personality development books and videos for educating the students. Useful personality development tips are provided at the end of each chapter for an easy understanding.
We conduct classes for selected candidates such as: individuals, institutions and big corporate houses. We also run personality development workshops for such candidates. Please feel free to contact our representative for conducting session for you and any related information.

Corporate Training

Corporate Training

In the contemporary world corporate training has become indispensable. Corporate Training is treated as a mandatory agenda for any corporate thereby, it is no more confined to large business houses nor is it treated as a mere dose of motivation and change. In present times, corporate training is seen as an essential catalyst that not only enables the corporate to understand the psychology of their employees but also brings about changes in their behavior and attitude.
Corporate Training is all about effectively honing skills of the employees and help them nurture it. That is where we, IELTS Gurukul come into play.
One of the most important aspects of corporate training is soft skill training, which has caught up with in the last 10 years. It costs 5 times more for any organization to get a new customer. Organizations today realize this and are eying for customer retention. Soft Skills training helps employees to make a formidable relationship with the clients thereby retaining them for a long time. The importance of Soft Skills Training is also perceived through a widely known fact that a dis-satisfied customer carries a bad word of mouth. Therefore, soft skill training has become obligatory for Corporate Training, which no organization can equivocate.
We at IELTS Gurukul have conducted some breath taking workshops on Soft Skills Training and continue to understand the customer’s need and importance and have always shared these valuable inputs with our clients through Corporate Training.
It has been our endeavor at IELTS Gurukul to bring about positive and effective changes in the employee’s behavior and attitude through various Corporate Training Workshops, Soft Skills and Team Building sessions. This is further fine-tuned with our yet another module i.e. the behavioral training workshops. Our Behavioral Training Workshops are not only generic in nature but also specific to the core of an individual employee. This we achieve through Various Psychometric Tests and Behavioral Training Activities thereby confronting the individuals in the subtle manner and helping them.
It has been our endeavor at IELTS Gurukul to bring about positive and effective changes in the employee’s behavior and attitude through various Corporate Training Workshops, Soft Skills and Team Building sessions. This is further fine-tuned with our yet another module i.e. the behavioral training workshops. Our Behavioral Training Workshops are not only generic in nature but also specific to the core of an individual employee. This we achieve through Various Psychometric Tests and Behavioral Training Activities thereby confronting the individuals in the subtle manner and helping them.
As already pointed out, any organization aspires for creating more clients but more importantly retaining old ones, there is always an unsaid pressure on the employee, with which he is dealing at an individual level. And these pressures in the beginning are the key to motivation but when they persist and expand they tend to get converted into distress. This is where Stress Management workshop is required and is designed according to the need. We at IELTS Gurukul provide techniques on Stress Management, which helps the individual comprehend the working of mind and how he can deal with his thoughts and anxieties.

Spoken English

Spoken English

English is a lingua franca. After globalization many MNCs have found their niche in India. People here know English but to work with MNCs or any private sector, you need to have the command over English language. We are here to facilitate your language skills for better performance.
Despite the fact that English is a global language most people are aware of only 35% of the words that comprise the language.
For a good command over any language one should have sound knowledge of grammar, ample vocabulary along with excellent power of expression and articulation. IELTS Gurukul is a one stop solution for all your English needs. Come, experience the difference in training methodology and excel in the language. With the right course, skilled trainers, and an encouraging environment you can combine an important part of your career plan with an experience you will always cherish.

Business English

This course is for the students who are in job and lack in communication, writing & telephone skills. They may also need to improve on Business etiquette.
Key Features
  • Organizing thoughts and ideas
  • How to make your content precise and powerful
  • Business terminology and vocabulary
  • Drafting official letters
  • Preparation of quotations for business proposals
  • Developing e-mail etiquette

Spoken English Basic

Basic course is basically meant for those students who are not new to English Language. They have poor knowledge of grammar and incorrect sentences formation. They make sentences with wrong tenses. Vocabulary is weak in these students.
Key Features :
  • Improve accuracy in Grammar
  • Expand vocabulary
  • Development of reading skills
  • Correct pronunciation
  • Art of Conversation
  • Audio sessions for effective listening
  • Communication in English in day to day situations

Spoken English Comprehensive

This course is for the students who are with us for 6 months. This is combination of basic and advance spoken English course. This course helps in continuous progress of the student.
Key Features :
  • Basic Course
  • Advance Course

IELTS Writing

  IELTS Writing

IELTS Writing (Academic)

IELTS tests candidates’ ability to produce two quite different pieces of writing in a fairly short period of time. The test is divided into two parts and candidates are allowed 60 minutes to complete both parts.
IELTS Writing Task 1
In the first part, candidates will be given a task based on some information, presented in graphic and diagrammatic form. Candidates are expected to write a descriptive report of at least 150 words on the information provided.
IELTS Writing Task 2
In the second task, candidates are assessed on their ability to produce a clear and logical argument on a given topic. Most of the topics are of general interest to, suitable for and easily understood by students at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Candidates will have to write at least 250 words and, as Task 2 is longer than Task 1, it is suggested that about 40 minutes is spent on this task and 20 minutes on the first task.

IELTS Writing (General)

The IELTS General Training Writing test takes 60 minutes. Candidates have to complete two tasks, of 150 and 250 words, as in the Academic module. However, Task 1 is always a letter, while Task 2 is an essay based on a given topic. The topics of the questions will be of general interest, and no specialist knowledge is required. For example, topics can include travel, accommodation, current affairs, shops and services, health and welfare, health and safety, recreation, social and physical environment.
IELTS Writing Task 1
In Task 1, candidates are asked to write a letter which may need to be semi-formal or formal in tone in response to a given problem or situation. Candidates will be asked to include information relating to three bullet points in the question. Candidate answers should be at least 150 words in length for this task.
IELTS Writing Task 2
In Task 2, candidates are asked to discuss a topic in response to a statement which presents a particular point of view, argument or issue. The task requires candidates to write a discursive piece of writing in which the question will typically ask them to discuss factual information, discuss a problem and present solutions, evaluate ideas or justify opinions. Candidate answers for Task 2 should be at least 250 words in length.

IELTS Listening

  IELTS Listening

In IELTS the listening comprehension is designed to assess your ability to understand spoken English and is the same for all candidates. There is a pre-recorded tape which lasts for about thirty minutes. There is a total of about forty questions. There are four sections in the test. Each section may contain two or three linked passages of two to three minutes each, or one longer passage of about five minutes. The passages get more difficult as you progress through the tape.
The earlier sections use situations in which you may find yourself on first arriving in an English-speaking country, when you need 'survival English'. These include finding your way around, following directions, giving and taking down information, making arrangements etc. Section 1 is always in the form of a dialogue between two or more speakers, while section 2 is a talk or some information given by one person at a time.
In the later sections the topics usually concern education and training. Here you may have to do the kind of thing you will need to do in an academic environment - listen to pre-recorded information, listen to lectures, pick out relevant key information from a dialogue and so on. Again, section 3 is a dialogue or discussion, while section 4 is a single voice giving a talk or lecture.
So you will hear monologues and dialogues. You will hear male voices and female voices. You will also hear a variety of accents. You will hear the passages once only, as in most situations in real life.
You are given a booklet. This contains all the instructions and questions with space to write your answers.
As in the reading test, there is a wide range of question types. Much of this may be in the form of graphics, such as tables. This applies also to multiple-choice questions, where you may have to choose between a number of pictures or mark a point on a plan. Spelling is important, especially where it is clear from the tape that accuracy is required, such as filling in important details on an application form. Errors in spelling and grammar are only accepted on very uncommon words. Answers require notes, letters or numbers rather than complete sentences.
You will be given time to check your answers between sections, and at the end of the test, as well as time to read the questions before each section. Instructions are recorded on the tape. They are clear and you are sometimes given examples of what you have to do. At the end of the test you are given ten minutes to transfer your answers to an answer sheet.
You are listening with a purpose - to identify what the question requires, find the information efficiently and answer accurately. It is not necessary to understand every word that isspoken.
Since you will hear the information once only, it is particularly important that you prepare yourself properly before you listen and anticipate what you will hear. You must read the question, understand it, follow the recording, recognise the answer and write it down - so you must use the time you are given to read the questions before each section to build up an idea of what the recording will be about, the topic, the situation and the characters.
You must know what specific information you are listening for: is it a time or a place, a fact or an attitude, for example. This means you must analyse the questions to find out what information you are listening for and read the instructions carefully. Then you can listen for key words and phrases. Don't worry if you don't understand everything - you should try to guess the meaning from the context.
Remember you must write your answers down as you hear them, but keep listening for the answer to the next question while you are writing. This will be easier if you have analysed the questions properly before listening.
Finally, check your answers. You are given a short time at the end of each section and at the end of the test to check your answers. Look over your answers - and make sure you have followed the instructions correctly.

IELTS Reading

  IELTS Reading

To improve your performance in the Reading test you need to practise reading a variety of English texts. This will help you develop the ability to read quickly as is required under test conditions.
The texts included in the Reading test always contain the information you need to answer the question. You won’t have to use your own knowledge of a topic.
You need to do either the General IELTS exam or the Academic IELTS exam. But what's the difference, anyway? The difference is in the Reading and Writing modules only. The Listening and Speaking modules are the same for all.
In terms of reading, the main difference between the Academic and General Reading Modules of the IELTS lies in the content of the passages. The General Module includes easier texts from social, academic, and work contexts. The Academic Module includes more advanced texts, at an undergraduate or graduate level, from academic sources.
Yet, the Academic and General Reading Modules are also similar in many ways. Both last for one hour, contain 3 passages and 40 questions, and are scored in the same way. In both cases, you must answer the questions and transfer your answers to the answer sheet all in one hour. Other overlapping areas that apply to both modules are scoring, tasks, skills, and time.

General Reading

Section 1 contains two or three short factual texts, one of which may be composite (consisting of 6-8 short texts related by topic, e.g. hotel advertisements). Topics are relevant to everyday life in an English-speaking country
Section 2 contains two short factual texts focusing on work-related issues (e.g. applying for jobs, company policies, pay and conditions, workplace facilities, staff development and training)
Section 3 contains one longer, more complex text on a topic of general interest
Texts are authentic and are taken from notices, advertisements, company handbooks, official documents, books, magazines and newspapers.


In both the General and Academic Reading Modules, one mark is awarded for each correct answer. A special table converts the scores out of 40 into a band score on the IELTS band scale. You may receive a whole band or a half band. Your overall score is the average of the band scores you receive in the four modules. This final score itself may be represented as a whole band or a half band.

IELTS Speaking


The speaking test is an interview which assesses how well you can communicate in spoken English. It is a test of general speaking skills and is broadly the same for all candidates. The interview lasts for eleven to fourteen minutes and is in three main sections:
The first part is on familiar topics such as your work or study experience, your family or home culture and your interests or hobbies.
This is followed by a part where you are asked to talk on a particular topic for one to two minutes. You are given a card which states what you should talk about and you are given one minute to prepare. At the end of your one to two minutes the examiner may ask you one or two questions before moving on to the third part of the test.
The final part is an extension of the part 2 topic to a more abstract discussion of related issues.
You are assessed on your ability to communicate fluently, clearly (i.e. with clear pronunciation) and accurately using appropriate grammar and vocabulary. Your fluency is being assessed so it is important to say as much as you can as well as to speak spontaneously and not to learn what you are going to say. If the examiner thinks you are giving a prepared answer he or she will quickly change the question. Throughout the speaking test, the examiners will ask the questions and control the timing and the move from one part to another. The interview will be recorded. This is to make sure the interviewers and band scores are consistent in all IELTS centres.


The only way to improve your fluency is by getting a lot of practice in speaking. Be confident. Think about what you want to say. Of course you should try to get your English right, but do not worry too much about getting everything absolutely correct. The important thing is that you should speak and listen, that you should engage in an extended interview with the examiner and that you should enjoy using your English to communicate with an English speaker.


In the last few years, thanks to jobs becoming global, the importance of English has increased manifold. It has over the years become an important medium of communication, both at the international and intra-national levels. The importance of spoken English is even more, because there are many cases where one knows his subject well, but fails to communicate it properly. The practice of spoken English, therefore, is quite essential. Learning English in a country where it is not a native language, opens a number of opportunities for the individual. The language of the corporate world is English. An individual can make strides in the management ladder if he/she can speak English fluently. If your English is poor, even though with brilliant business ideas, you may still find yourself languishing at the bottom of the management ladder. Your productivity will drop over a period of time since you will find difficulty in expressing your brilliant ideas. Those who can speak good English will probably usurp your ideas and get the credit for all the hard work you did to get the idea working.
Specially designed workshops at IELTS Guru help students and professionals shape their successful career.

IELTS Gurukul

About Ielts Gurukul

IELTS Gurukul is an accredited which has been providing premier education services with unique expertise parameters, IELTS Gurukul provides an attitude in excellence and perfection in IELTS Training.
IELTS Gurukul is the best institute in Chandigarh for students & professionals planning to take IELTS test. A center which only deals with IELTS(training).
We provide extensive training for the above licensing exams, assist in booking the exam and also assist in placement of successful candidates especially in various Gulf countries.
IELTS Gurukul advises students and helps them select and secure admissions in the universities of their choice. IELTS Gurukul assists throughout the application process and offers a full range of support services. Our objective is to have a strong 'support line' between the student and the university. We are known for our superior services and honest consultancy. IELTS Gurukul has a strong goodwill amongst the student community and is widely respected for its judgement and advice. ‘Team IELTS Gurukul’ regularly conducts seminars, workshops and counselling sessions for students which are very well received.


Best infrastructure with an updated library and audio lab with latest books & cassettes.
Unique & comprehensive training to crack all sections of IELTS.
Experienced & best faculty of the industry.
Unlimited practice center.
Personalized attention to each student.
Unique & exclusive study material