inlingua New Delhi joins hands with Harper Collins to open two new libraries

New Delhi: In an effort to bolster language learning in New Delhi, inlingua has opened libraries at two of its language study centers. The libraries have been started at South Extension and Connaught Place centers of inlingua New Delhi, in association with Harper Collins, a known name in the publishing world.
Equipped with Harper Collins’ latest publications spanning various literary genres, inlingua New Delhi libraries promise an exemplary reading experience. The serene ambience of the libraries and the variety of books makes the place a readers’ delight. Both libraries have been receiving a great footfall right from the day of inauguration.
Niharika Gambhir, a student at inlingua New Delhi Connaught Place talked about her experience at the newly opened library, “Several colorful books stacked neatly into cupboards – the inauguration of the library was a rather pretty sight. It would tempt anyone to read at least one book from there I am sure. As if those books weren’t already enough, there were some fun board games as well. I am delighted with the opening of the library.”
On being asked about the unique initiative, inlingua New Delhi MD Vikram Bajaj said, “I personally view libraries as the foundation stone of a healthy literary community. At inlingua, we strive hard to make language learning as interesting as possible. Starting libraries is just one small step in that direction.”
He added, “We are grateful to Harper Collins for their valuable support in setting up the libraries. This is the beginning of a new partnership. We intend to take it forward by opening more such libraries at our other centers across Delhi NCR.”
Inaugurated on 19th May 2018, inlingua New Delhi libraries are open to all students of the language school.