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English, being a global language, it is a universal fact that to succeed in one's career, engineers today need to be communicatively competent. As English is the dominant language in the field of science and technology too, acquiring proficiency in this language is mandatory for any engineering graduate. In such a scenario, where proficiency in English is compulsory, lack of communication skills in engineering graduates can not only hinder their career advancement, but also the development ofdoi:10.24247/ijelaug20184 fatcat:5l2kf4kwvjci3dvy2dpm6lb2ma