माधव प्रौद्योगिकी एवं विज्ञान संस्थान, ग्वालियर (म.प्र.), भारत
Madhav Institute of Technology & Science, Gwalior (M.P.), INDIA

Deemed to be University

(Declared under Distinct Category by Ministry of Education, Government of India)


माधव प्रौद्योगिकी एवं विज्ञान संस्थान, ग्वालियर (म.प्र.), भारत

Deemed to be University

(Declared under Distinct Category by Ministry of Education, Government of India)


Gola Ka Mandir, Gwalior (M.P.) - 474005, INDIA
Ph.: +91-751-2409300, E-mail: director@mitsgwalior.in, Website: www.mitsgwalior.in

Department of Humanities

Educational Objectives & Outcomes

Objectives of teaching English to Technical Students:

The twentieth century is a witness to the emergence of English as a global language, and the one with which we can interact in every corner of the world. English to us is not a foreign language, despite being taught as ESL and ESP and being of a foreign origin. In fact the teaching in English medium at university level first began in India and from here was transported to the West and England. Just as the globe is shrinking, we [the technical students] need English to:

  • One, to Communicate with people living in different parts, of different ethnic origins, and speaking different mother tongues/first language
  • Two, as an inherent characteristic language resists translation and the bulk of the scientific development took place in England & USA during the first three industrial revolutions and has been written in English
  • Three, most of the recent scientific development is being carried out in English and to master it we too need this language.


Course Objectives:

  • The course intends to build the required communication skills of the students so as to communicate effectively in real-life situations like starting a talk and be comfortable using English language.
  • It aims at teaching students to appreciate English language through the study of scientific, creative, and academic text.
  • The course is designed to acquaint students with structure of English language used in literature, functional varieties, figurative language, and verbal concomitance.
  • The students are expected to enrich their knowledge of language, culture, and ethics through this course.


 Course Outcomes:

  • Speak clearly effectively and appropriately in a public forum to a variety of audiences and purposes.
  • Prepare oral presentations and arguments within the Engineering Profession effectively.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of major text and traditions in language as well as its social, cultural, and historical context.
  • Deliver effectively oral presentations.
  • Interpret text written in English assessing the results in written and oral arguments using appropriate material for support.
  • Read a variety of Text analytically so as to demonstrate in writing and/or speech the interpretation of texts.

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