Communication Skills among University Students

Shagufta N Ansari, Pramod Kumar, Vipin Jain, Guroo Narayan Singh


Communication skills may be defined as sharing views, emotions, feelings, etc. with others. Communicating abilities are among the general talents that are required of college learners. Participants would have been subjected to circumstances, both within and outdoors of the auditoriums, where they would have had to apply their communicating abilities, such as groups discussion and class performances, throughout their undergrad days. As a result, the purpose of this study is to look at the degree of communicative abilities amongst college graduates. A self-administered assessment was used to evaluate communicative abilities, which included 10 characteristics such as oral, written, and sociable conduct. The questionnaire's repeatability was high, with r > 0.08 for each subcomponent. According to the findings of this survey, undergraduate learners have developed strong communications abilities. The future of communication skills will be bright as schools and universities begin to educate their pupils.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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