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English Grammar for Employability

By Dr. Vipin Kumar Tyagi   |   KIET Group of Institutions, Ghaziabad, U.P. India
Learners enrolled: 19741
Today is the time of Global English, that requires a good command on different dimensions of language- like listening speaking reading and writing. In present day competitive environment, accuracy and conciseness in language can only be obtained through strong base in Grammar. English for Employability is a practical approach to English grammar. Therefore, the course will benefit the students of almost all disciplines as well as the trainers and teachers of English literature & language as it covers the most important problem areas of English grammar and verbal ability.
Summary
Course Status : Upcoming
Course Type : Elective
Duration : Self Paced
Category :
  • Multidisciplinary
Credit Points : 1
Level : Undergraduate/Postgraduate

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Course layout

Week-1: Fundamentals of English Grammar- 1. Noun: Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 2. Pronoun: Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 3. Adjective: Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 4. Verb: Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 5. Adverb- Basics and Spotting Errors (Correct English Usage) Week-2: Fundamentals of English Grammar- 1. Preposition (simple): Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 2. Preposition (compound): Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 3. Conjunction: Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 4. Articles: Current Patterns & Correct Usages/ Error Detection 5. Punctuations- Basics and Spotting Errors (Correct English Usage) Week-3: Functional English Grammar- 1. Time & Tenses: Correct Usages/ Error Detection 2. Time & Tenses: Correct Usages/ Error Detection 3. Voices: Correct Usages/ Error Detection 4. Narration-1: Correct Usages/ Error Detection 5. Narration-2- Spotting Errors & Correction of Sentences Week-4: Word-formation (Vocabulary)- Vocabulary Building Tricks & Methods 1. Affixation, 2. Root Words, 3. Blending, Compounding & Conversion, 4. Synonyms & Antonyms, 5. One Word Substitutions-

Books and references

Raymond Murphy, English Grammar in Use, Cambridge University Press, 1986

J C Nesfield, Modern English Grammar

Andrew Northedge, The Good Study Guide, Open University, 2001

H W Fowler,  A Dictionary of Modern English Usage

C T Onions, Modern English Syntax, prepared from the author’s material by B. D. H. Miller, RKP, London & Henley, 1985

Vipin Kumar Tyagi, Technical Communication Skills, Osbert Publishing House, New Delhi, 2017

Norman Lewis, Speak Better Write Better English, W. R. Goyal Publishers & Distributors, Delhi, 2004

Instructor bio

Dr. Vipin Kumar Tyagi

KIET Group of Institutions, Ghaziabad, U.P. India

Dr. Vipin Kumar Tyagi, Assistant Professor of English, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi- NCR affiliated to Dr. APJ AKT University, Lucknow has a wide experience of more than 14 years in academics.  He was conferred Ph.D. degree in English in 2007. He has attended many national and international seminars/ conferences of repute. He has published several research articles/ papers in various national and international journals which have been appreciated and reviewed by learned professors. Dr. Tyagi has a keen interest in research in English literature and language. He has also been awarded as CEGR Certified Academic Leader from Centre for Education and Growth and Research. He is also certified Human Values & Professional Ethics Trainer from IIT Kanpur. He also authored a book “Technical Communication Skills” from OPH, New Delhi last year.





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