The Publisher

We (The Adult Faculties Council) are a private organization, and we concentrate only on publishing books by Prof. Kev Nair.

Not a university

We’re not a university or an institution established under any Act passed by the Parliament or a legislative body in India or in any other country. And the self-directed self-study course you do with the Fluentzy book-set will not lead to any degree or diploma recognized by any such university. No. And so there are no exams at all, and the learning you do is not going to be of the exam-oriented type. You should consider the self-directed self-study course that you can do using Prof. Nair’s books as a skill-building programme: It’s intended to help you develop a skill — the fluency-in-English skill. And to a very high degree, too. So all the learning you’ll be doing is going to be skill-oriented.

World’s most experienced Fluency Developers

You know... we’re the pioneers in the field of spoken English fluency. The first people in the world to specialize in publishing fluency-building books.

We’ve been publishing the self-study books authored by Prof. Kev Nair since 1982. Yes, since as far back as 1982.

And over the years, these self-study books have come to be widely respected and widely discussed among fluency aspirants – in many countries outside India.

Buyers from abroad & from all over India

Those who have bought the Fluentzy books in the past include people living/working in a number of countries in the world.

And they include buyers from all parts of India — from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.

And the buyers belong to various walks of life.

You know, if there’s one characteristic that’s common to everyone who needs the Fluentzy books, it’s this: They’re people who do things that are important enough to need a high degree of fluency in English. Wherever they live.

Created by the Father of Fluency Development Training

And here’s one reason why you should buy the Fluentzy series of books: These books have been authored by none other than Prof. Kev Nair, "better known as the father of fluency development" - The New Indian Express.

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