Welcome to Arab World


In today’s world, Arabic is of utmost importance due to the economic significance of the oil-producing Arabic countries in the global scenario. Most of the Arabic-speaking countries are extremely rich in untapped mineral and natural resources.

Over the last two decades, companies worldwide have increased their investment and operations in Middle East countries particularly in Banking & Finance, Construction, Real Estate, Hospital, Petrochemical, Hospitality, Aviation and Logistics.

Your ability to understand and speak Arabic will open doors to countless job opportunities.

You’ll likely find that job applicants in Middle East who list the Arabic language on their resume, a critical requirement nowadays, have an edge over others despite having similar expertise & experience.

Official language in: Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Somaliland, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen
Regional language in: Israel
National language in: Cyprus (Cypriot Arabic), Niger, South Sudan, Tunisia
Widely spoken in: Eritrea, Indonesia, Philippines

The Arabic language is spoken by over than 425 million people spread across more than 25 countries of the world. The majority of these Arabic speaking countries are in the Middle East or Africa.

Arabic is the 5th most spoken language in the world. It is one of the six official United Nations(UN) languages


Presently, there is a lot of demand for Arabic language speakers. For instance, many companies in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, and other cities look out for Arabic speakers in the KPO & BPO sector.

Other sectors like IT, Publishing, Aviation, Education, Finance & Banking, Travel & Tourism, business, and industries in India are hunting for people with proficiency in the Arabic language.

Since Arabic is a widespread language, you can find many positions in foreign embassies in India.

So, if you’re thinking about learning Arabic to find a very good job, you will get that soon and achieve your desire because many companies are now hiring candidates who speak a second language, and because the number of companies doing business in the Middle East is increasing.



  • Students will demonstrate the level of proficiency necessary to enable them to function in an environment where Arabic is used exclusively
  • Students will be able to speak, listen, read, and write basic Arabic

Learning Outcome

  • Will be able to demonstrate an elementary knowledge of Arabic sentence structure through speaking and writing
  • Will be able to pronounce Arabic reasonably well

Course Details (Syllabus)

  • Medium of instruction: Arabic and English
  • Number of hours: 30 hours
  • Number of lessons per week : 4
  • Duration of the course: 3-months
  • Course Fees: Rs 5000/-

Course Details:

  • Medium of instruction: Arabic and English
  • Number of hours: 30 hours
  • Number of lessons per week : 4
  • Duration of the course: 3 -months.

Mode of Evaluation

  • Written test – 50 Marks
  • Speaking – 25
  • Listening – 15
  • Reading – 10
  • Total-100 marks

Unit-1-Grammar (10 Hours)

  • Alphabet
  • Pronouns
  • Indefinite articles
  • Definite articles
  • Prepositions
  • Interrogatives
  • Contracted articles
  • Adjectives

Unit 2- Vocabulary (10 Hours)

  • Geography of Middle East
  • Days
  • Months
  • Colours
  • Numbers 0 to 100
  • Parts of the face and body
  • Clothes
  • Fruits and vegetables

Unit-3- Communicative skills(8 hours)  

  • How to greet
  • How to ask and answer questions
  • How to introduce oneself
  • How to talk about the weather
  • How to talk over the telephone

Unit-4- Civilisation (2 hours) 

  • Greetings
  • Etiquettes
  • Food culture in Middle east.