State to take British Council s aid to sharpen spoken English skills of polytechnic students

  • | Sunday | 14th July, 2019

Kolkata: The state Technical Education department will soon sign an MoU with the British Council for brushing up the English speaking skills of the students studying in polytechnic colleges across the state. The move is aimed at making the students job ready soon after they pass out after completion of their courses. "We have noticed that our students are sometimes unable to clear the interview smoothly because of their lack of English communication skills. Following this process, the British Council suggested that the department should arrange for some training to brush up spoken and written English skills. At present there are 148 polytechnic colleges across the state, which include government as well as the private ones.

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