Mission & Vision
  • Our mission is to provide English language teaching of the highest quality, thereby helping learners fulfill their personal and professional dreams.
     
  • Our vision is to be India's leading language training institute that is recognised worldwide for excellence in teaching, research and materials production.
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Chairman

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.

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Head, R & D (ELT)

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.

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Our Strengths
  • ISO - 9001 : 2008 certified institute
  • More than 25 years of service to society
  • Well-equipped, state-of-the-art R&D department
  • More than 35 courses
  • More than 25 centres in Gujarat
  • Continually upgraded curriculum
  • Tried and tested study material and practice
  • Result-oriented classroom techniques
  • In-house training centre
  • Experienced faculty team
  • Expertise in corporate training
  • Considerable experience of school projects
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Testimonials
  1. A: How is life?
    B: It depends on the liver.
  2. A: Are you happy?
    B: No, I am married.
  3. Once upon a time, there was a crow. He was not thirsty. That's the end of the story. ;-)
  4. He told me that he was looking for a triangle with four corners.
  5. In the farm on the branch of a tall tree, the little boy found a big egg of a horse.
  6. The ant crushed the rhinoceros between its palms.
  7. The students punished the teacher because she forgot to give them any homework.
  8. Her aunt has only three fingers on her head.
  9. My neighbour has thirty two teeth in her nose.
  10. The white buffalo gives black milk.
  11. There are about a dozen continents in the world.
  12. When I looked out of the window, I saw a bear flying in the sky.
  13. He kicked his car and started it. Then he went to a pump. He filled the petrol tank with water and drove on.
  14. The lift was not working. He didn't like to climb down the steps, so he decided to jump out of the window of his apartment on the thirteenth floor. Why to waste time and energy, he thought.
  15. Jack and Jill went up the hill to have a bath with water.
  16. She said that she had a headache in her stomach.
  17. Why to save time? Will I ever get it back?
  18. Take my advice; I don't use it anyway.
  19. As I said before, I never repeat myself.
  20. Sometimes only you can give me what I need–your absence.
  21. To write with a broken pencil is pointless.
 
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