Giant multinational companies very often advertise for positions for people having knowledge of one or more foreign languages; many Indian pharmaceutical companies who have their branches in many parts of the work also look out for people who are bilingual.
In the language class the students do not learn only language they also learn about Culture and Civilization of Spanish Speaking countries. After learning the Spanish 4 semesters the students will reach to A 2 level of Spanish according to Common European framework of Reference for Languages. So, the programme is designed to enable students to develop communication skills in Spanish and to acquire a broad understanding of the society, history and culture.
Apart from these full-time openings, there is an increasing demand of translators and interpreters at various ministries in India, at international organizations, think tanks and embassies. In an increasingly globalized world, for greater cultural diplomacy and knowledge exchange being a multilingual gives you enhanced career opportunities.