In wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many foreign cultural centres and language training institutes here have shifted their events to the digital platform. The British Council will discuss festival case studies at a webinar on March 27, while the Alliance Franaise du Bengale will organise two online demo classes of the French language on March 28.
Shifting to the digital-mode in the present situation, Alliance Franaise du Bengale, a cultural centre and a French language training institute, will organise two online demo classes of French language from 4 pm on March 28.
“Fifteen students will attend each class from their homes,” a spokesman said.
Due to the countrywide lockdown to halt the spread of the deadly virus, all events have been postponed till April 15 as per an advisory of the Central government, the spokesman said.
With the closure of Max Mueller Bhavan, which fosters Indo-German cooperation, one can register himself online for courses on modern art at Stadel Museum. One can also read via the digital platform, works of classical and contemporary poets from all over the world and browse through 54 e-books.