IELTS Training centers

1. LUDHIANA

56-D
Opposite Sarabha Nagar
Gurdwara
Sarabha Nagar
Ludhiana.
Ph. No: 0161 - 5011203,5059205

2. JALANDHAR

Office No-301 A
2nd Floor
Arora Prime Tower
G.T Road
Jalandhar.
Ph. No:0181-5018932

3. AMRITSAR

50 SCF
2nd Floor
Kabir Park
Opp.G.N.D.University
Amritsar.
Ph No :183-5018010

4. PHAGWARA

Office No-102
1st Floor
G.T Road
Near Bus Stand
Singla Market
Phagwara.
Ph. No:9356346939, 01824-500442,500448

5. KARNAL

350, Mugal Canal
Karnal, Haryana.
Ph No :184-4044675

7. LUCKNOW

26/6/1
Ground Floor
1 ,Sapru Marg DubeChambers
Above Mr Brown
Lucknow - 226001
Phone:  91- 0522-4063093  

7. CHANDIGARH

Sco:44-45 Hi Tech Chambers
1st floor
Sector - 9D
Chandigarh.
Ph. No: 0172-5045452-453

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BRITISH COUNCIL

We are the UK's international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. As well as education, we run programmes in the arts, science, sport, governance and English language.

Our purpose

We build engagement and trust for the UK through the exchange of knowledge and ideas between people worldwide.

Our vision

The future for the UK in this crowded, dangerous, beautiful world depends on people of all cultures living and working together on foundations of education, mutual understanding, respect and trust.

British Council support for IELTS candidates

Our values and how we show them

Our five corporate values guide what we do and how we work.

1. Valuing people

We demonstrate this by:

  • treating people with courtesy and respect.
  • listening to what people have to say and responding helpfully.
  • giving people the opportunity to use and develop their talents.
  • valuing diversity.
  • 2. Integrity

    We demonstrate this by:

  • being honest.
  • being consistent both in what we do and say.
  • taking responsibility for our actions and decisions.
  • 3. Mutuality

    We demonstrate this by:

  • wishing to learn from and share with other people.
  • putting effective relationships at the heart of our work.
  • working towards common goals.
  • 4. Creativity

    We demonstrate this by:

  • encouraging people to develop new ideas in an environment of trust.
  • being resourceful and innovative in our approach.
  • actively seeking and presenting the best in creativity.
  • 5. Professionalism

    We demonstrate this by:

  • being true to our values and keeping our promises.
  • listening to and valuing the ideas and opinions of others.
  • accepting individual and collective responsibility for delivering work to a high standard.
  • Cultural relations

    Cultural relations are the building of engagement and trust between people of different cultures through the exchange of knowledge and ideas. The British Council is the United Kingdom's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We are a registered charity: 209131 (England and Wales), SC037733 (Scotland).

    How we are governed

    The British Council is registered as a charity under registration numbers 209131 (England and Wales) and SC037733 (Scotland). The British Council was established in 1934 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1940. A supplemental Charter of Incorporation was granted in 1993. Our Patron is HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince of Wales is our Vice-Patron. The British Council operates at arm’s length from the UK Government and it does not carry out its functions on behalf of the Crown. However, the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs is answerable to Parliament for the policies, operations and performance of the British Council whilst the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is the British Council's Sponsoring Department. The Management statement sets out the relationship between the British Council and the FCO. The Financial Memorandum sets out the terms and conditions under which the FCO provides a grant in aid to the Council. The Charter is the constitution of the Council and it invests the powers of the British Council in a Board of Trustees. As British Council trustees, Board members are guardians of our purpose and are ultimately accountable for the organisation. They meet six times a year. Our executive direction is provided by Martin Davidson, our Chief Executive, with the support of an Executive Board. Details of British Councils senior management and its relationship to roles and responsibilities are detailed in the Organ gram.

    Advisory Committees

    To assist us in the quality and independence of our thinking, the British Council can rely on the expert advice of three National Committees (for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and three Sector Advisory Groups for education and governance, English, science and engineering. Members of these committees and groups serve in an advisory capacity and have no decision-making responsibilities.

    Advisory Board

    The Advisory Board brings together the Trustees, Executive Board, the chairs of the advisory committees and other distinguished national and international figures. Members are appointed for three years in the first instance, except for overseas members whose mandate is five years. See current members The Advisory Board supports the organisation by providing perceptions and insights into our work and the context in which we are, and will be, operating. It meets once a year.

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