The Proficiency and Familiarity of English in Indian Context

Authors

  • BRAJESH KUMAR GUPTA “ MEWADEV H. O. D. – English, EKLAVYA P. G. COLLEGE, BANDA (U.P.) Affiliated by BUNDELKHAND UNIVERSITY, JHANSI, U.P., INDIA
  • MORVE ROSHAN 2College of International Studies, Southwest University, Chongqing, China and School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences, Bangor University, Bangor, United Kingdom

Keywords:

Curriculum planning, ESL and EFL contexts, teaching effectiveness, students’ engagement, teaching and learning process

Abstract

The position of Indian English in the three-way section can also be read by looking at the definitions presented by the authors of each section. Because this language is part of the country's leading institutions. It plays a second language role in the multilingual society (E.g. India, 55 other places). Recognition is acknowledged and efforts are being made to find common features of Indian Indians. As a result of such English variants, it complies with what is acceptable in English for native speakers according to the terms' vocabulary 'and' morph syntax. One should definitely be able to speak in English for having good English vocabulary. If one wants to cross the country for educational or career goals, while the government has intensified its efforts to improve the quality of higher education institutions in India. The number of Indian students seems to prefer to study abroad. Not only is English, which is why but it is also the most spoken language and lingua franca. It is a brilliant language that comes from the interaction of native English and Indians, who spoke their native languages. Nevertheless, right-wing organizations are still trying to promote Hindi, while leaders in other provinces (especially South African regions) are promoting their vernaculars. However, English has a castle in India. In the context of the identification of English as a foreign language, we refer only to the source of the language.

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2020-08-30

How to Cite

MEWADEV, B. K. G. “, & ROSHAN, M. . (2020). The Proficiency and Familiarity of English in Indian Context. International Journal of English Language Studies, 2(3), 25-32. Retrieved from https://al-kindipublisher.com/index.php/ijels/article/view/75