Deglobalisation

We are evolving to a new state of de- globalization or more localization in  cross-border flows of education , knowledge sharing models, trade, investment, data, ideas,  technology & people  including workers, tourists, and students.
People are finding out more opportunities at their locality, in their cultural and language environment, and among their ethnic circle. This trend is gearing up. Skilling, training, learning and entire knowledge sharing process also not far away from this new movements.

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Considering this high demand of localized yet more de globalized scenario we at  idea factory pro and its MOOC platform also designed a special window for localized learning program in the regional language medium. 
These are the local language category idea factory pro and Bi-school  are  introducing in  their training and learning programs for the year 2021.

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Urdu

A South Asian tongue which evolved over 100s of years, widely used in countries like India and Pakistan.

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Punjabi

Largely spoken in Pakistan and second largely in India, Panjabi has a Persian and Arabic influence. It originated from the Prakrit languages.

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Thai

The national Language of Thailand has a vocabulary which is borrowed largely from Pali, Sanskrit and more. It has around 20-36 million speakers.

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Farsi

The Persian Language is used mainly within Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Over 110 million are fluent in this tongue.

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Hausa

Hausa is found in the Western African regions and is spoken by over 90 million people. It is native to Niger, Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon.

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Bahasa

Bahasa is native to Indonesia. It is a standardised version of Malay. Spoken by about 43 million people.

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Swahili

Used in the Eastern and Southern regions of Africa, Swahili is native to many places like Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Zambia and more. 

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Hindi

A language descended directly from Vedic Sanskrit. It sounds quite close to Urdu verbally, but has a whole new vibe to it and is written in a completely different way.

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Gujarati

It is the sixth most widely spoken language in India  and is also well spread in places like South Asia, North America and the UK. The language is said to be at least 700 years old. 

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Tagalog

Tagalog is the native language of the Philippines and it is widely used alongside English. Over 45 million people speak this language. 

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Sindhi

Also passed from Sanskrit, Sindh is a native tongue in India and Pakistan. Moreover, it has 32 million native speakers.

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Malayalam

Also a Dravidian language belonging to the state of Kerala in India. It seperated from early middle Tamil around the 9th century AD.  

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Turkish

Turkish is native to a number of countries like Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Greece and more. Over 88 million people speak Turkish as a first and the second language. 

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Malay

Native to over 7 countries like Indonesia and Malaysia, Malay has evolved from Western Borneo since 1000BCE.

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Kannada

Native to the people of Karnataka in India, Kannada is spoken by over 56.9 million. Originated from the old Kannada between 400-1200 AD.

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Bengali

An Indo-Aryan language native to India and Bangladesh and the second largest spoken language in India after Hindi. 

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Telugu

A Dravidian language spoken mainly in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states of India. Having over 120 million speakers, this language can be traced back to 400BCE.

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Tamil

Native to both India and Sri Lanka, Tamil is used as an official language in Singapore.
The earliest period of Tamil literature is dated from 300 BC - 300 AD.

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Marathi

Marathi is an Indi-Aryan language which is spoken by over 83 million people. It is the tongue used in the state of Maharashtra, India.

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The treasure of the globe laying

in the lap of local cultures