Mr Yashvant Vyas
Mr Yashvant Vyas, Chairman, MOEC, is a science graduate and an expert in English language teaching. Mr Vyas worked as Personal Assistant, Govt. of Gujarat, and Education Secretary, Dena Bank Sports and Recreation Club. Because of his professional skills and excellent command of English, he was assigned the position of sub-editor of Abhijat Weekly and Chief Editor of Lions Club International Magazine. His passion for work and social service is reflected in his positions as Founder President, Surat Academic Association, and Patron, Disable Welfare Trust of India. He is also a published author.
Dr Dharmendra Sheth
The Research and Development Department (R&D) of MOEC is headed by Dr. Dharmendra Sheth, an engineer turned teacher, with more than two decades of experience in English language teaching and research. He has prepared thousands of learners for various language examinations such as IELTS, TOEFL and BEC. Apart from a Diploma in Electronics and Radio Engineering, he has an MA in English, a PhD in English and a TESOL certificate from Wisconsin University, US. He has taught at several colleges and universities. As a corporate trainer, he has trained employees of Larsen and Toubro (L&T), ESSAR, Vodafone, NJ Indialnvest, Luthra Dyeing and Printing, Adani Port and Eliochem (Omnova Industries). He has presented research papers at various regional, national, and international conferences and seminars. As a teacher trainer, he has conducted numerous workshops and organised many seminars and conferences at various places in the country. He has also been instrumental in creating and consolidating networks of ELT professionals and practitioners within the state and the nation. He worked as National Vice President, English Language Teachers' Association of India (ELT@I) for five years. His areas of interest are Spoken English, Phonetics and Phonology, Grammar, Teacher Development and Writing. On American Government’s invitation, he attended TESOL conference in Seattle, US and visited institutes run by University of California. March 2007. And as a special guest of the British Council, UK, he presented a research paper at the IATEFL conference in Brighton, England. April 2011.
I always say: St. Xavier's is a school with a difference. Today I pass on this credit to MOEC.
Mr Vyas is well known in the field of Spoken English. Mr Vyas’s services in the field of Spoken English are remarkable. My best wishes for the campaign satisfying the thirst for English.
These days if one doesn’t know Spoken English and computers, one is considered illiterate. To counter this, Mr Vyas and his team are running Spoken English and computer classes. Congratulations.
I was fortunate to be the guest of honour at an MOEC farewell function. I happily noticed how youngsters used English. Many many hearty congratulations to Mr Vyas.
Hats off to MOEC and its team for training children to speak standard English.
English is the need of the time. Keeping this in mind, the way Mr Vyas is teaching spoken English is praiseworthy.
The way MOEC encourages students to learn English is really commendable.
Mr Vyas has taught Spoken English to thousands of students from different walks of life. In doing this, he has given a new direction to their career.
I congratulate all children, parents and teachers of MOEC on their exclusive interest in improving the level of English in the region.
I personally appreciate the efforts of Shri Yashvant Vyas and MOEC to serve the society through Spoken English Training.
MOEC has developed many qualities of leadership in me, which in turn has encouraged me to do something worthwhile in my life.
MOEC is a suitable platform to learn English. This is the experience of my entire family.
The different courses of MOEC have added a new dimension to my personality. The credit goes to MOEC for my bagging the "Best Officer" award.
Before joining MOEC, I was doubtful whether I would be able to develop my fluency. But when I joined MOEC, I found the atmosphere very congenial. Now I have the required level of English.
I was hesitant about written and oral communication in English. This institute has taken considerable pains to make me fluent in English.
MOEC has enabled me to be an IAS aspirant.
If you want to create a new identity and scale the heights of success, take to MOEC, and success will be yours. This is my personal experience.
To speak fluently in English was my dream. MOEC has made my dream come true.
My children, who attened courses in English at MOEC Adajan branch, never want to miss a single session at MOEC. Now what else can be more joyous than this for parents?
Learning English at MOEC was a unique and wonderful experience. In my opinion, MOEC is the best institute to learn English.
Learning in English and speaking in English are poles apart. MOEC has strengthened my self-confidence in speaking in English.
A mother plays an important role when a child starts to learn his/her mother tongue. The same is the role of MOEC when one learns English.
I had a strong desire to develop fluency in spoken English. Hence, I joined MOEC. Now I am proud of my fluency in English.
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