A survey of 30,000 Indian engineering students finds that nearly 67% lack the level of spoken English necessary to compete for a job in the country’s burgeoning knowledge economy.
Indian engineering graduates held back by limited English - ICEF Monitor - Market intelligence for international student recruitment
A new study finds that poor English-speaking skills are limiting the employment and earning prospects of India’s engineering graduates. India produces roughly 600,000 engineers each year. While many are taught in English and can read and write the language, a survey of 30,000 engineering students across 500 institutions finds that only 2.9% speak English atContinue reading...
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