NIOS Secondary Course in English
English has become an integral part of our social and professional life. The rise of electronic media and communication technology has turned the world into a global village. In order to be able to keep in touch with the developments taking place in other parts of the world, we need English.
Computer technology, mobile technology and media interaction are also possible largely through English. Young people are increasingly becoming conscious that enhancing their skills in English Communication will enable them to confidently face global competition and facilitate global mobility. People have started realising that survival in the competitive environment is possible only with a sound knowledge of communication in English.
There is a great demand for it because English is a language of power and opportunity. Hence, there is a need to gain proficiency in the four skills of communication namely listening, speaking, reading and writing together with other aspects of language - vocabulary enhancement and correct use of grammar, spellings and punctuation.