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2017

Vol 4, No 8 (2017): Vol-04_Issue-08_July_2017

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Vol 4, No 7 (2017): Vol-04_Issue-07_June_2017

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Vol 4, No 6 (2017): Vol-04_Issue-06_May_2017

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Vol 4, No 5 (2017): Vol-04_Issue-05_April_2017

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Vol 4, No 4 (2017): National Conference on Innovations in Information and Communication Technology (NCIICT-2017)

National Conference on Innovations in Information and Communication Technology

Held on 17-03-2017,  Organized by Department of Information Technology, Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College,

363,Arcot Road Kodambakkam, Chennai 600024, India

NCIICT-2017, national conference is to provide a platform for researchers, academicians, developers and students to share their knowledge and expertise for their mutual and social benefits. The focus of the conference will be on all the faces of current technological innovations and related issues in Information Technology. The topic on which paper will be presented include Web Mining, Social Networking, Grid and Cloud Computing, Machine Intelligence and Soft Computing, Big data and Data Analytics, Image Processing, Web Security, Embedded Systems Mobile Computing and Information Security.

 

Vol 4, No 3 (2017): Vol-04_Issue-03_MARCH_2017

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Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Vol-04_Issue-02_February_2017

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2016

Vol 3, No 18 (2016): Vol-3_Issue-18_December_2016

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Vol 3, No 3 (2016): International Conference on Research and Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology. (ICRRTET) 2016

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Vol 3, No 2 (2016): National Conference on Advanced Computing Technologies 2015

National Conference on Advanced Computing Technologies
Held on 21st July 2015 at Hyderabad city organized by Global Research Academy, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.Conference Chair: Prof.Dr.G.Manoj Someswar, Director General, Global Research Academy, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

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2015

Vol 2, No 12 (2015): VOL-2_ISSUE-12_December_2015

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2014

Vol 1, No 11 (2014): Vol-1_Issue-11_December_2014

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Communication in English: A Perspective

Gurvinder Singh

Assistant Professor

Deptt. Of English

Rajiv Gandhi Govt. College, Saha

Abstract

Language plays important role in the communication system whether it is verbal communication or non-verbal communication. Without communication we cannot imagine the world of expression. Communication is effective mean for creating the understanding of the concept. English language is practiced all over the world as a global language. This language has its exclusive role in expressing the message. This language is effective and relevant for setting the tone, pitch and style in any communication. This language not only enhances the communication skills of the person but also the personality of the person.

 

  Key Words: Communication, Link language, Pronunciation, Feedback.

 

 Introduction

Communication plays very important role for expressing the message in both ways i.e. verbally and non-verbally. Without communication we cannot imagine the world of expression. Communication is effective mean for creating the understanding of the concept. Communication can be defined as the sum of all the things which a person does when he wants to create understanding in the mind of another. It involves a systematic and continuous process of telling, listening and understanding. For creating the understanding of the concept one has to analyse the nature of the audience. Audience analysis involves various steps like size and composition, the primary audience, the probable reaction of the audience and the most important is to understand the level of understanding.

 

Language plays important role for understanding the level of the audience. If language of the sender and the receiver differs then it is impossible to communicate the message to the audience. English language is the universal language and it is practiced all over the world in the communication of all types.

 

Objective of the Study

The main objective of this paper is to highlight the relationship of the communication and English language. One can communicate the message effectively if he has the sufficient knowledge of the language and he can pursue his message in the English if he has the complete knowledge of the communication skills.

 

Methodology

Preset paper has been divided in to three main parts. Beginning part of the study includes the introduction of the topic. Middle section includes the objectives and methodology involved in the paper. Ending part of the paper includes the conclusive view. For the information the published and on-line sources have been considered.

 

English as Communication

English as Communication

English is used all over the world as a global language. This language has its unique role in expressing the ideas and information. This language is effective and relevant for setting the tone, pitch and style in any communication. English language helps in the communication as follows:

 

  1. Link Language: This language is widely spoken and understood in the every field of communication such as in Business, Education, Sports, Entertainment, Music, Technology, Computers and Fashion etc. This language links not only the parts of a country with one another but also links country to country. The development in the various technologies used today is due to this language only. The growth of any country is completely dependent on this language as it makes the communication possible between the two countries even if they are entirely different in other perspectives like culture, style, tradition, habits and the ways of expressing the message, dialects.

 

 

  1. Pronunciation: The pronunciation of this language is based on phonetics. This feature helps us to pronounce the words in a correct manner. It has been found that one can learn the vocabulary in English very easily by making the use of Phonetics, For example: The pronunciation of the word put, cut and but is pronounced as per the phonetically symbols. This shows that we can pronounce the words though looking similar n a different manner. The vocabulary of this language is wide but becomes simple with the phonetics.

 

  1. Feedback: Feedback is the most important part of the communication process. If the communicator wants to know the response of the audience then the feedback is the main source. By the effective feedback process, he can know the shortcomings and drawbacks in the message related to the language. Through feedback various changes can be made in order to make the communication effective and progressive. This language is apt for the quick and better response because of the globalised characteristics of this language.

Communication Skills and English Language

Communication skills can be enhanced through English language in an easy manner as this language is understood and spoken in almost every culture. International communication is preferred mostly in this language. All the communication skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening can be developed effectively in this language due the following reasons:

  1. As this language is universally accepted so the skills on large level can be enhanced globally.
  2. Use of symbols and signals are easy to express through this language as the complementary channel.
  3. The literature in this language is vast and easily accessible and available in the offline and online manner hence it becomes time savior.
  4. Most of the words are easily understood and pronounced in this language which helps in the effective usage of the communication skills.

Conclusive Talk

In the modern competitive scenarios when the entire world has become a global village, the universally acceptance of the English language helps in creating the sound base for the effective communication system. Through this language one can express his ideas better than that of any other local language.  International communication requires such a language that has the global access. This language is suitable for the communication at international as well as local level. Interpersonal communication can be performed efficiently in English among the audience of various cultures.

References

Kushal Sri Jin (2013): Business Communication, VK Global Publications Pvt. Ltd., Delhi.

Khanna Monika, Dawar Shivani (2015): Business Communication Skills, Helpline Publications, Jalandhar.

Gomathinathan Thiru S. (2004): Communicative English, Tamilnadu Textbooks Corporation, Chennai.

http://www.embassyenglish.com/courses/general-english/communication-skills

http://study.com/academy/lesson/types-of-communication-interpersonal-non-verbal-written-oral.html

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English Language: A Global Medium of Literal, Technical and Professional Communication

    DHRUV SHANKAR

                          (Ex-Lecturer)

                               Department of Applied Science and Humanities

     Naraina College of Engineering and Technology & Krishna Institute of Technology,

                                         Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India

EdupediaPublications

                              

Abstract: English is a Germanic language which has its multidimensional roots sprouting and blossoming with communicative fruits. Broadly speaking, it would be difficult to thrive in the modernistic mechanism of this world without adopting the knowledge of English as it is an international language spoken and written in most of the countries both as a native and as a second language. Moreover, it has a remarkable impression of sharing different literatures, techniques and professional facilities prevalent and predominant in various nations. In the prevailing scenario of the 21st century, English language has been a lingua franca of the whole developing world that is passing through a tunnel of spherical amelioration. As a matter of fact, English has achieved the status of the root language through which the process of worldwide communication whether it is concerned with business, medicine, transport, technology, trade, culture, literature or marketing is carried out successfully. In the existing circumstances, it is the master key to unlock or analyse socio-cultural, literal, technical and professional conceptions of both national and international growth. So far as the matter is concerned, the revolutionary impact of modernization as well as westernization is spreading all over the world under the shade of a triangular umbrella of three-dimensional communication ‒ literal, technical and professional. Thus, this paper, fundamentally, focuses on the specific characteristics of English language that is, nowadays, a dominating and fascinating medium of literal, technical and professional communication.

Keywords: English, communication, literal, technical, professional and global etc.

Introduction: The term ‘English’ is derived from the surname ‘Angle’, the name of a Germanic tribe which is thought to be originated from the Angeln area of Jutland, a part of northern Germany. In fact, Germanic people invaded Britain and settled there in the fifth century A.D., and, thus, Britain became the main originating source of English language. Shorter Oxford English Dictionary defines the term ‘English’ as ‘the language spoken by the Germanic invaders of Britain in the 5th cent. A. D. Now, the language descended from this, used in Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Canada, and many other countries.’1 Similarly, Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language specifies the term ‘English’ as ‘the Germanic language of the British Isles, widespread and standard also in the U.S. and most of the British Commonwealth, historically termed Old English (c 450–c 1150), Middle English (c 1150–c 1475), and Modern English (after c 1475)’.2

By the time the Germanic tribes had settled down in Britain, the land included Scotland, which had hitherto been unknown as a region. Britain thus became a land that accommodated the Scots from Ireland, the Britons concentrating in Wales and the Germans in its southern part. The Angles, Saxons and Jutes soon had accepted a common name for their identity and came to be known as Angles which term came to fix as English, after transformation into Engles and Englese. The southern land became almost their property and was called Angles land which became Engles land, and Engle land and England at last. Their dialects namely Jutic, Saxon and Angles respectively were called by a common name Angles which became English because of the interrelatedness of the dialects.3

Nowadays, English is striving to achieve the status of the most popular language of the world. It passes through multi-dimensional routes sprinkling almost all significant tracts of human offshoots. In the present circumstances, it is not easy to make the stem of human race stronger and longer without the watering of English language. In some countries, it is spoken and written as a native language and in many others as a second language. Moreover, it has an observable impact of dealing with different literary features, technical properties and prevailing professionals which are efficacious in the existing scenario of the 21st century. As a matter of fact, English language is nothing but a lingua-franca of the whole globe developing under the impression of versatile betterment. The process of communication whether it is related to any profession, transportation, medication, science, technology, culture or literary structure is executed successfully with the assistance of English language. More or less, it has all the functional properties of a master key that can open or analyse all the literary, technical and professional aspects of human development. Consequently, it has got the credit of an international language.

English has rather grown enormously during the last few decades because of many scientific inventions. The gramophone, the telephone, the wireless and the tape-recording machine have, to some extent, done for the spoken language what printing did for the written. It is often said that the popularity of broadcasting is leading to an extension of the use of Standard English and a decline in the use of dialect. Because of its inventiveness, territorial expansion, numerical strength of speakers, immense power and influence, richness of vocabulary and expressiveness, and lastly, its fitness for purposes of trade, travel, modernity and culture, its Spanish, Italian, German and although new rivals, such as Russian, Chinese and Hindustani have appeared, they are still in no position to challenge the supremacy of English. 4

In point of fact, English is the most useful and fruitful language in the world. In addition, it has its deep roots in each and every part of the colonial construction which was erected by the Britishers. With the enlargement of British sovereignty, it stepped into India, Africa, South Asia, Australia, New Zealand, America and many other countries with the marks of indelible impression. In the earlier stages, it came to these countries as a language of trade and commerce, traffic and traverse, and exploration and expedition, but, with the passage of time, it became the sole medium of instruction in most of the countries. Nowadays, it has become the official language of the international affairs such as business, air-traffic, shipping, United Nations Diplomacy, world banking, academic research, space travel, worldwide networking and all other disciplines of science and technology.

Undoubtedly, the modernistic world is stepping forward with the advancement of science and technology. It is the role of English language through which scientific and technical inventions of England, America, Germany, France and Russia are brought into the territories of India. Moreover, the modern system of education has intensified the role of English language at the international level because the most famous universities of the world utilize English as the medium of instruction, transmission and communication.

Importance of English Language in Literal Communication: When the process of communication is carried out literally, textually or verbally, literal communication takes place. Indeed, literal communication whether it is concerned with the form of oral or written communication is the basis of conversational, translational and professional transmission between two poles or parties. There are thousands of languages spoken in the world, and none can be able to adopt the knowledge of so many languages; therefore, the utilization of English is needed extensively. In reality, English is the bridge-language that can cover the gap between two different language speakers. It may be used as a common language between two distant speakers though their native or regional languages may be different.

          As a matter of fact, the whole world is just like a theatrical stage on which dramatic play of human beings through the medium of literal communication is being showed. So far as the matter is concerned, literal communication plays a dominant role in both human movement and improvement because the existence of human life cannot take place without the exchange of ideas, facts, money and goods; and it is the function of literal communication which carries out all these activities. In a local area, a native or regional language is used to execute this process, but, when the process of communication is carried out at the national or international level, literal communication through English medium is required unanimously.

Significance of English Language in Technical Communication: With the technocratic revolution prevailing in the globular stratum, the significance of English language has become stronger. The technological platform of the world refers to the international market that transfers technological concepts and outlets from one country to the other one through the medium of English language. Since the international market has been more radiative, competitive and aggressive, the importance of English language goes on augmenting. More or less, English language is having a profound influence on the multidimensional features of technical communication, and there is a pressing requirement of English communication which may generate fruitful foundation of universal unification.

Technical communication is a special stalk of general communication and there is no fundamental fluctuation between the two. Shorter Oxford English Dictionary specifies the term ‘technical’ as ‘pertaining to, involving, or characteristic of a particular art, science, profession, or occupation, or the applied arts and sciences generally’.5 Moreover, it is ‘pertaining to or connected with the mechanical or industrial arts and the applied sciences’.6 In this way, it is explicit that the technical communication is the sort of communication in which scientific and technical contents are transferred from pillar to post. Simply stated, technical communication is the transmittance of scientific and technical tenors from one person to another. In this connexion, M. Ashraf Rizvi rightly comments:

“Technical communication is the transmission of scientific and technical information from one individual or group to another, and it includes all the methods, means and media, channels, networks and systems of communication used for the exchange of the information…. In other words, technical communication is a multi-dimensional, dynamic and interactive process that involves the effective transmission of facts, ideas, thoughts, and a systematic understanding of scientific and technical subjects.”7

Broadly speaking, there are three dominant components on which the worldwide movement of human development is founded. The first component is the stream of science; the second one is the gleam of technology; and the third one is the dream of English language. Science provides new inventions to human race, technology offers new techniques to human face while English language is the medium through which useful and profitable knowledge of advancement is transferred immediately from one part of the globe to the other one. As a result, it can be inferred that the real human preferment is based on a triangular shape which is made up of science, technology and English language. In this reference, S. C. Mundhra’s thematic analysis is quite revealing:

“Ours is the age of science and technology, with a small portion of time allowed as leisure. So English will have to make itself more scientific, precise and brief…. Let us remain content with the present English speech and wish for the dawn of a better future. Let us also hope that the flourishing societies, like the Philological Society, the English Place-Name Society, the linguistic Society of America, and the Society for pure English will be able to brave the weather arising from time to time on the horizon of English and steer it through without failing.” 8

Dominance of English Language in Professional Communication: One may be called professional if he is ‘engaged in a specified occupation or activity for money or as a means of earning a living, rather than as a pastime’.9 In this way, professional communication is the stream of communication in which exchange of ideas pertaining to any profession or occupation is done illustriously. Indeed, the term ‘technical’ is concerned with any branch of science and technology whereas the word ‘professional’ is a wider term and relates us to the any branch of science, technology, commerce, trade and business. If any profession is carried out at a large scale, English language is needed as the whole world has thousands of native, regional and local languages which cannot be learnt simultaneously for the communicative purpose. In this case, English plays the role of a mediator between two distant communicators or transmitters. As a whole, English is rather a professional language as it is used in most of the domestic and nationalistic occupations. Moreover, it is the main communicable language of the international transportation.

Conclusion: English is the only language that has the capacity to link one country with the other one. Besides, it is the language that is able to unite the human beings at the international level. We can talk to the persons of the U.K., the U.S.A., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and many other countries if we are expert in the stream of English. In the existing world, it is the most dynamic language that can be used as a means of communication for any purpose. It is rather a multidimensional traffic-platform on which the vehicles of human development are running smoothly. Indeed, it has got the momentum of circulation in most of the universities, colleges, schools, Courts and many other official departments which are playing a prominent role in the field of literal, technical and professional advancement. Taking into consideration the aims of English language, S. C. Mundhra rightly states:

“The general aims of learning English have been three: English being a world-language promotes international understanding; it is a medium to come into contact with the best in cultural terms, that is, a medium for the study of arts and science; and lastly, it furthers our vocational or professional interests, like law, medicine, engineering and technology.”10

In these days of globalization, it is explicit that English has become the universal language for literal, technical and professional communication. In spite of numerous cultural and traditional movements in support of vernacular languages, it has been growing and developing without any obstruction for the ages. In order to be successful in the global market, one must be proficient in the communicative skills of English language ‒ Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. In the concluding scenario, H. S. Bhatia’s analytical observation is noticeable:

“The knowledge of English is also essential for understanding the modern science, trade, commerce, technological and industrial languages. In Information Technology, all computer language is based on English, though there might have been some influence thereon of several other languages also in various ways.”11

In fact, the whole world is nothing but a market place where exchange of concepts, techniques and things is done unintermittedly. This interchange of goods cannot be done without active participation of English language. Undoubtedly, it is a living and vibrant language which has conquered all the worldly languages with its popularity, beauty and importance. It has held the potential performance in any sort of communication whether it is literal or techno-professional. In addition, it has sowed the communicational seeds of aroma which are about to flourish into the form of global modernization with lingual unification. However, it is the youngest of all the languages of the world, it has been the leader of all the languages. Admittedly, the revolutionary impression of global evolution is extending everywhere under the umbrage of a triangular umbrella of tri-dimensional communication ‒ literal, technical and professional. Finally, it is right to argue that we cannot communicate literally, technically and professionally without the knowledge of English language if we want to impart something globally.

                                                        References  

  1. Lesley Brown, et al., Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, 6th ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007), p. 834.
  2. Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary (U.S.A.: RHR Press, 2001), p. 645.
  3. R. Venkataraman, A History of the English Language (New Delhi: Rama Brothers India Pvt. Ltd., 2012), p. 8.
  4. C. Mundhra, A Handbook of Literature in English for Competitive Examinations (Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2009), p. 403.
  5. Lesley Brown, et al., Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, 6th ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007), p. 3194.
  6. Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary (U.S.A.: RHR Press, 2001), p. 1950.
  7. Ashraf Rizvi, Professional Communication (New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 2007), p. 3.
  8. C. Mundhra, A Handbook of Literature in English for Competitive Examinations (Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2009), p. 405.
  9. Lesley Brown, et al., Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, 6th ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007), p. 2360.
  10. C. Mundhra, A Handbook of Literature in English for Competitive Examinations (Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2009), p. 406.
  11. S. Bhatia, English Literature (New Delhi: Ramesh Publishing House, 2009), p. 613.

Notification: Dr. Dhruv Shankar presented this paper in 10th International & 46th National Annual ELTAI Conference entitled Learning and Teaching English in India: Setting Standards at Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology for Women, Ghaziabad on 10th July, 2015.

AUTHOR PROFILE: Dr. Dhruv Shankar (b. 1976) has carried out his higher education ‒ B.A. (English Language & Literature), M.A.(English), B.Ed. and Ph.D. ‒ from C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur and collected the teaching experience of grammatical, literary and communicative English from S.M.L.K.S.D. Inter College, Naraina College of Engineering & Technology and Krishna Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. As a matter of fact, he has got the credit of numerous research articles, four poems and two short stories published in prestigious national and international journals. Moreover, he has contributed, participated and presented papers in many national seminars and international conferenc

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Research Paper Writing – Experts Tips

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Writing High-Quality Research Paper: Expert Guide

Research Paper Writing – Experts Tips

While studying in a high school or an establishment of higher education, one will face the necessity to work on a research paper – a study of different technical, scientific, moral, or social aspects of a certain phenomenon. So if you have never dealt with this kind of paper, then the writing assignment may seem quite complicated. However, in fact, it is not so difficult to do! Of course, conducting research and writing a paper is not so easy thing to do, but if you follow our recommendations, you will have no problems with this kind of academic writing.

Select a Topic

Ask yourself the key questions about research you are going to conduct. It is a good idea to select a theme that is actual, new, fresh, or unexplored. This will allow you to express your own ideas in the paper. Alternatively, you can debate a generally accepted concept and prove your disproof of it. Such an innovative paper is definitely bound to be successful. It is also advisable to select a theme you are interested in. If you conduct research on a topic you care about the most, it will have a positive effect on the paper quality. Otherwise, you can reach out to Yourwriters and ask for qualified help.
Conduct In-Depth Research
Begin a detailed study of the selected theme. Look through websites, books, scientific magazines, encyclopedias, and blogs; all these will serve as useful informational sources for the study. Be sure to visit all the websites related to your chosen topic and use at least 5 different sources. If possible, cite good old empirical studies, which are articles or books written by acknowledged experts on the subject of your investigation that were read and approved by other scholars on the issue you research. The use of such a source will make your research paper truly credible and successful.

Prepare a Draft

After collecting all the materials for your research paper, print them and underline everything necessary for you to prepare the paper. This step is crucial for the very final result; therefore, read attentively all the materials found, make appropriate notes, and mark key facts or statements. Work with maximum attention at this stage to ease the future writing. The annotation process can take a long time, but this is necessary to restore order in your materials to ease your future work.

Work on a Research Paper

Prior to starting writing, decide on the purpose of your paper. Consider that there are 2 types of research; each of them requires a special approach. Thus, discussion research bases on a controversial topic or argues a certain generally accepted statement. Importantly, the issue discussed in the paper should be controversial so that opponents could make logical counter-arguments. In its turn, analytical research offers the basis for an innovative perspective on any topic. Subject itself may not create any controversy, but you should do your best to assure your audience that your ideas deserve being heard. In both types of research, it is necessary to show your own unique ideas following on from the investigated materials.
To make your research paper sound persuasive, write a preliminary thesis statement based on non-biased research. It expresses a general idea of your work and makes a statement about a certain issue. Remember that your entire research should be logically linked with the thesis statement; therefore, it is essential to be identified quite clearly. In the body of the paper, you should return to all of your found materials and rough sketches and then make a discussion. Ascertain that all your thoughts are presented in the logical order and are summed-up at the end of the paper to make it sound even more persuasive and effective for your audience!