Functional English for Technical Students (Nagpur Univ.)

ISBN Number : 978-93-5202-273-1

Student Price : Rs.195

Student Dollar Price : 8$

Book Edition : Second

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 212

Book Weight :314

About The Book

This book "Functional English for Technical Students" satisfies the requirements of the new RTMNU syllabus for teaching Functional English-the English that the Technical students are required to use for employability. The present syllabus caters to the needs of the outgoing engineering students who either face the interviews for employment or sit in various competitive examinations for higher studies. Here, the students are expected to have learnt good number of vocabulary and also have strong knowledge of grammar to crack GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, and IELTS or even compete in UPSC, IES examinations.

As part of the selection process, students are often required to take a written test in English that measures their proficiency in language. Keeping the recent changes in mind-the changes that the examination pattern of CAT and UPSC examinations have undergone-the first two units have been written. Thus, Unit 1 and Unit 2 of the book comprise the grammar portion and the vocabulary. Unit 3 prepares the students for Analytical Reading and Comprehension test. This Unit has five fictional passages and five non-fictional passages for comprehension to help.students learn by practicing them.

Unit 4 is regarding Formal Correspondence-the kind of correspondence one deals with in Professional life everyday. The exercises at the end of each unit have been carefully graded and sequenced so that even the average students enhance their knowledge at a comfortable pace. Unit 5 consists of Technical and Scientific Writing. This Unit will guide the students to write technical reports, project proposals and research proposals.

 

Contents :

Unit 1. Functional Grammar
Unit 2. English For Competitive Exams & Interview Techniques
Unit 3. Formal Correspndence
Unit 4. Analytical Reading and Comprehension
Unit 5. Technical & Scientific Writing
References

About The Author

Dr. Dora Thompson works as an Assistant Professor & HOD, Department of Humanities, Priyadarshini College of Engineering. She has completed her post-graduate degree in English Literature from RTMN University. She received her doctorate degree in the year 2012 and the topic of her research was "The Poeticity of Andrew Motion: A Critique in New Historicism".

She also did her MBA through Indira Gandhi National Open University with specialization in HR. She has presented various research papers at conferences and written papers in refereed journals at national and international levels. She has been instrumental in the formation of syllabus for the 6th Sem Engineering students of RTMN University along with other experts. She has been part of the university sub-committee for upgradation of syllabus for Communication Skills. Presently, she heads Department of Humanities, Priyadarshini College of Engineering.

Dr. Pratibha Mahato is Assistant Professor in Kavikulguru Institute of Technology and Science, Ramtek. She has done her Masters in English Literature as well as in Business Administration. She has done her Ph.D. from Nagpur University and CELTA course from Cambridge University. She is in the teaching profession for more than 25 years and has been teaching English to both under-graduate as well as post-graduate students. She has conducted about 15 workshops in various Colleges and Institutions in India as well as abroad. She has published about 50 research papers in various Journals of National and International repute. She is associated with the ELTAI (English Language Teachers Association of India) and TEFL and Life Member of both the Associations.

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