Alliance Française, New Delhi was established in 1956 by Mr Ghulam Naqshband, following a proposition made by Claude Journot, then Cultural Counsellor with the French Embassy. In 1948 an Indo-French house ("Maison franco-indienne") had already been created and gathered a small number of Francophiles from the intellectual elite of the capital. Alliance Française de Delhi was registered under India's Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860. It is an Indian non-for-profit organization, both legally and financially independent from its mother institution, the Fondation Alliance française. In 2006 Alliance Française de Delhi's Governing Body has been presided by Shree Muthusamy Varadarajan, a former State Secretary for Culture. Alliance française de Delhi is an Indo-French cultural centre which specializes in French language teaching, organizing and curating cultural events.
- Language Lab
- Audio-Visual Aids
- Theatre Club
- Placement Cell
|Name||:||Alliance Française, New Delhi|
|Location||:||72, Lodi Estate
|Contact No||:||011 - 43500200|