School of Foreign Languages (SFL), New Delhi is a premier Inter-Services institute of India and functions under the aegis of the Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India. The SFL enjoys a unique status among the leading educational institutions of our country as it has, to its credit, the unparalleled distinction of offering quality education in more than 18 major foreign languages. The School of Foreign Languages was established by the Ministry of Defence in 1948 with the purpose of imparting training in different foreign languages to the personnel of the Armed Forces and other government departments. The Government of India granted permanent status to the SFL in 1954 in recognition of the strategic importance of foreign language teaching.
The School has been imparting foreign language training for more than seven decades and is regarded a pioneer institute in foreign language teaching throughout India. The SFL, besides imparting training in foreign languages to the personnel of the Indian Armed Forces, caters to the needs of other ministries and departments of the government of India as and when required. Private students are also admitted to various courses subject to the availability of seats. The SFL also conducts examinations in Regimental languages such as Nepali at various Service Units all over the country. The examinations are also held for the Dwivehi language (Maldives). The Special Proficiency Examinations are conducted in various languages by the SFL exclusively for the three Armed Services.
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Max Mueller Marg