PROFILE OF INVENTOR JACOB NETTIKKDAN
Jacob Nettikkadan (JN), alias Jacob Nettikkatt, a natural philologist living at Kaloor, in Kochi, India, is the inventor of seven brand new items in Languages and Language Teaching Fields out of his 56 years personal research at his home, as a hobby.
1. An educational FIVE YEAR PLAN to make the Indian youth speak fluent English confidently, using his most scientific methodology to learn languages READ MORE
2. A total revamp of education to facilitate 'defined education' in India READ MORE
3. To introduce his INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGY to learn English in all schools of India, to make school children learn English scientifically, get quick communication skill, scholarly knowledge etc. in 5% time and become competent and self-confident READ MORE
4. "BENEFITS OF J.N.'S INVENTIONS/DISCOVERIES " READ MORE
TEN ITEMS OF JACOB NETTIKKADAN'S CONTRIBUTIONS:
Jacob Nettikkadan at present
"EDUCATION" REFLECTS A COUNTRY'S REAL PROGRESSJacob Nettikkadan considers the real culprit of degradation of our country in the political, economic and moral fields is the low-valued education which has become exorbitantly costly. Wrong people occupying the helm of affairs, and research ending in PhD degrees
START A FIVE YEAR PLAN TO MAKE THE KERALA YOUTH SPEAK FLUENT ENGLISH
This proposal for a five year plan was made to the Hon'ble Education Minister Mr. P. K. Abdu Rabb by Mr. Jacob Nettikkadan on 8th August, 2012. If this was agreed to by the Ministry, Mr. Nettikkadan was very confident that the Kerala youth would speak fluent
world's easiest language
Malayalam is the most scientific and easiest language in the world as per the Linguistic Yardstick invented by Jacob Nettikkadan. Asianet T.V. news cast on October 4, 2002 (at 1.00 p.m.) confirmed it. But our declared experts and scholars may take a few centuries to realize it. However, you can be proud to ratify it, if you read item No.10-B in the above given list. Those who read item No.10-A "Learn Uni Lingua instantly" first, can have ten times greater conviction and philological knowledge.