Communication and Business Skills

English as a universal language has made its deep imprint on our education ecosystem in India. A commanding knowledge of English Language has become one of the foremost requirements to gain an entry into any good company or multinational corporate.

It is saddening but true, that communication skills are found to be less developed in our technical and management graduates. As per recent studies by NASSCOM and FICCI, More than 60% of the passing out students are not found to be employable due to their lack of communication skills and industry mis-orientation.

SKILLsutra English Communication Module handholds the students at the very beginning and guide them to a working knowledge of English Grammar and correct sentence structure. At the end of the training program, the students are no longer inhibited to converse in English and can use it effectively as a communication medium in a corporate environment. The business skills modules also add up email and telephone etiquette along with general reporting and commenting skills.

The English modules are specially designed to do away with regional dictions and help the candidates to work and pick-up an accent neutral vocabulary accepted in most of the IT companies. SKILLsutra trainers effectively impart the following skills through highly interactive sessions:

  • Introduction to sentence structure
  • General Grammatical errors
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Pronunciation and Neutralization of Accent
  • English Speaking Exercises
  • Everyday Conversations
  • Telephone Skills
  • Listening Skills
  • Speaking Skills
  • Writing Skills
  • Reading and Comprehension
  • Public Speaking

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