A Conceptual Study on Training and Evaluation of Communication Skills in Higher Education

  • Rajeshkumar P. Patel Shri S.J.S.B. Commerce College, Olpad, Surat, Gujarat, India.
Keywords: English Language Teaching (ELT), Training and Evaluation.


It is rightly said that “A teacher must not only teach but inspire and motivate.” And for this, it is very essential for a teacher to teach in an effective manner that can ensure maximum learning output. This paper focuses on the various aspects of teaching, training; evaluation and development of budding managers who need to acquire and improve fluency in spoken and written English at B-Schools to be successful in facing on/off-campus interviews before entering the corporate world. Since communication skills are essential for any individual irrespective of profession, various activities are designed to involve, improve and assess these skills at B-Schools. Apart from general English and Communication, special emphasis is laid on Business English and Communication.

In this paper, keeping in view the above facts, some practical classroom teaching/training activities are presented in a systematic and scientific way so that it can help the trainers, teachers and administrators to think, analyze and implement innovative methods of teaching and training in the areas of English Language Teaching (ELT)

How to Cite
Patel, R. P. (2015). A Conceptual Study on Training and Evaluation of Communication Skills in Higher Education. Indian Journal of Commerce and Management Studies, 58-62. Retrieved from http://scholarshub.net/index.php/ijcms/article/view/365