Welcome to our Online Catalog and Registration
Jano Hindi classes and Camp Jano India by US Hindi Foundation (USHF)
We have arranged with many California schools and sites to provide
Jano Hindi classes and Camp Jano India on their campuses.
Registration for Jano Hindi Classes 2015-2016 is now OPEN
Class is FULL?
In that case please enroll in another school!
East Bay Classes
San Ramon, Pleasanton, Dublin, Danville school districts
give us approvals only in September. So these
classes will be added only then asap! Thank you!
Private or Public Site
All sites mention whether they are open to all or only to students of that site.
No Jano Hindi at your school?
Many schools do not offer their classrooms
It can still be made possible if perhaps you are able to communicate with your school!
Enroll early to guarantee a spot as classes do fill up and registration will close!
First Day Only: Parents are welcome to observe the Jano Hindi program!
First Day - Trial Class: Not-yet registered students are welcome to try out and register later!
Space permitting, enrollment will be open until December,
so that the kids need not wait until next year to enroll, in case your child has conflicts this fall!
IF CLASS IS FULL: Please email the Class Instructor so that you are on the waiting list in
case a slot opens up due to someone transferring out!
Inform your friend's children so your child will enjoy his/her company
while learning and thus practice with them!
The class fee includes full tuition and material fee.
Tuition may vary slighly depending on the facility expenses which we do not control.
Student Material: Each student gets a textbook, workbook, study guide, bag
and other supplemental items based on their level.
Sibling Discount - New This year!
Please send your registration invoices for all kids to
with subject as "Jano Hindi Sibling Discount"
Discount checks ($25 for 2nd & 3rd child) will be issued on Dec 1
Jano Hindi Highlights
Learn to speak, understand, read & write Hindi at your school!
Learn a new language that is purely phonetic and easy to learn
Designed especially for students growing up here
Learn one level in one school year with your peers
Games, puzzles and hands-on activities make after school learning fun
All reading and writing is geared towards making spoken Hindi strong
Bonus materials such as year-end medals, flash games, “field events” and more
Next Year - Camp Jano India – Summer 2016
Eight weeks of fun and learning in centrally located sites in greater bay area
2015 Summer sites - Palo Alto, San Ramon, West San Jose
Hindi in the mornings & Culture in the afternoons
Each week has unique theme, content & activities
Each theme touches different aspects of India
Interactivity, creativity and inspired learning
Exciting weeks provide unique thematic discoveries about Indian heritage
Conducted in an engaging style with high energy fun
Designed for curious and active children
Enrollment opens Jan – www.JanoIndia.com
Please use Advanced Search!
Classes are in West San Jose, San Jose-Evergeen, Foster City, Fremont, San Ramon, Palo Alto
Q. My child has learned some Hindi from at home classes. Can he enroll in Level 2?
A. In our experience we have found that many kids who may have learnt Hindi in a non-professional environment are not well prepared for our eduHindi Level2. Our Level 1 progam is much much more than teaching the alphabet. It is a very comprehensive program that encompasses speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension in a rigorous way. Children are immersed in a very creative, engaging program with games and strategies which makes them think of Hindi learning in a certain way. We find holes in the Hindi skill set of kids coming from non-professional environments and they do not do well in our Level 2, which discourages them. It hurts us to see them suffer in this way.
Please know that our goal is not to cram Hindi into their brain. We make Huge effort to make sure that children like Hindi, enjoy the experience, learn fast, learn in a fun way, retain what they have learnt and keep making big strides in their progress. Our goal is to make them self confident, self motivated and desirous to learn Hindi. Parents who want to make their child "skip" levels, please consider the above facts. Being non-profit, our mission and goal is to teach and not to make profit. Whatever decision you make affects your child much more in the short term and long term.
We have had similar expreriences for kids in Level 3 also who may have studied 2 years in non-professional settings. Since we would still want to place your child at the MOST appropriate level, we recommend that the child be enrolled at the lower level (I.e Level 1 for kids who may done 1yr of athome Hindi, Level 2 for kids who may have done 2yrs of athome classes), then let the teacher know and let her assess on the first day. We will certainly recommend to move the chidl to the higher level if the teacher assesses his/her skill set to be of that level.