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 The Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore; one of the premier linguistic research institutes in the country; offers online Kannada learning program as a second language. The course fee is $ 50; you may complete the course well within the period of two semesters and also have the option to continue it up to three semesters. The program is completely online and you can get registered online, pay online and learn online. To get more details log on to www.kannada-online.info/introduction/Learn.htm.

 

Another trust worthy site that you may opt to learn Kannada online is that of Bangalore One, the one stop non stop service. Get register through B1 and get regular online classes on learning Kannada. Log on to www.bangaloreone.gov.in/public/learnkannada.aspxto know more about the course details. 

 

 

Well, these are some of the formal ways to learn Kannada on line. Along with a formal training I can suggest you an easier and more interactive way of learning Kannada online. It would be easier for you to start learning Kannada online if you were a member of a social network. Find a friend on the social network who already knows Kannada and request your new friend to interact with you in Kannada online. Getting along with the formal learning course; you may ask your friend some word meanings, get to know some formal greeting templates in Kannada, learn the numbers, get the names of fruits and vegetables, and all like that. Your learning would be truly joyful and lively too. 

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