English Learning Levels (Engineering Graduates) - 2011/2012
All findings in this report are based on the objective test-attempt data of 55,000 engineering students who undertook AMCAT English, a competency-based standardized assessment of English developed by Aspiring Minds. Each item (question) in the assessment is mapped to a competency and the inferences for each competency are thus analyzed. This is by far the most comprehensive analysis of English skills of engineers in India.
Key insights from the report:
- More than 25% engineers do not possess the English comprehension skills to understand engineering school curriculum.
- Only 57% engineers can write grammatically correct sentences in English.
- Around 42%- 45% engineers demonstrate capabilities in English required for the knowledge-based industry.
- Not more than 27% engineers show capabilities in business English.
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