Need of Efficient Communication Skills

This article discusses about the need for efficient communication skills in the world of today.

A good communication ability has become a primary requisite in the present world to seek a good job. No matter how much technically sound you are, but if you lack to express yourself, that is a major drawback. These days every other examination test for a job is followed by an interview which is basically organized to check the candidates verbal communication ability. In fact, communication has become a part of personality in the society. We often find many students who are brilliant in academics often find problem in communicating well and lack in fluency and vocabulary, which ultimately leads to failure in various interviews. Sometimes this inefficiency creates a sense of inferiority among the students.

Educational background also has a great impact on the spoken communication ability. Not all students in India are able to get education in convent schools affiliated to ICSE or CBSE. Maximum percentage of Indian students get their education from government schools where English is just a single subject not a medium of all subjects. Convent educated students often have that flow of words since they have been grown up in such an environment. Government schools education lacks here. However, if the basics of English like grammar and tenses are well understood, one can easily manage to communicate well with regular practice.

Developing a good command over spoken English is not a matter of month or two. You cannot think of preparing for an interview before a couple of days like you prepare for the written test. Interview reflects your originality in communication that you have gained in your entire life. The key for making your communication skills polished is not to take it as a task rather make it your habit. If you think, you will do lot of blunders in the beginning and people will make fun, then I must tell you that learning without mistakes is not learning. It is these mistakes that will tell you not to commit them again. Develop a passion to learn better English.


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