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Note for English Communication Skills - ECS by Suvendhu Patel

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11 language to be a part of the economy. English is no more a language but a bread winner in today’s date. India is a developing country. We need to produce as many professionals as required. And the professionals need to be well versed in the language. The language is skills is the call of the day. In India, Corporates, software companies, industries as well PSU’s and government organizations need professionals who is fluent in English communication skills. Keeping in view the need of the language we need to learn this language. Keeping in view the need and importance of English language in the present context almost all the Universities insist on English communication skills as a compulsory part of their curriculum for all sorts of professional courses. e.g. B.Tech, B.Sc, B.Pharma, BBA/BCA, B.Arch., MBA, MCA and other courses. English communication skills has become an integral part of the curriculum. A professional in todays’ date cannot survive without learning and honing the skills of the language. We must learn English in today’s date first to survive and secondly to move ahead in our career. China which is a rival economy is in a less advantageous position because we Indians can use this language in a better manner. China is trying hard to train it professionals this language. It is believed that it will surpass India in terms of software professionals by 2020, if we don’t learn this language to surpass China in the global market. In that a scenario, most of the software jobs will vanish for Indian professionals as China is very good at providing cheap professionals. One must understand the importance of English Communication skills in the present time in a broader perspective rather than with a narrower vision.