Analysis of the Communication Skills at Graduation Level in Pakistan

Authors

  • Muhammad Azhar M.Phil Scholar Department of English, The University of Lahore Pakpattan Campus, Pakistan Author
  • Ayesha Javed M.Phil Scholar Department of English, The University of Lahore Pakpattan Campus, Pakistan Author
  • Maryam Bibi M.Phil Scholar Department of English, The University of Lahore Pakpattan Campus, Pakistan Author

Keywords:

Education, Communication, Business, Teachers

Abstract

The current study was conducted to explore and analyze the communication skills at graduate level at The Islamia

 

University Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Communication Skills have an utmost importance for business education as well

 

as professional life. It is needed in every field of life. It was a survey based research for which the researchers

 

qualitative and quantitative paradigms and data were collected through distrusting questionnaires to students of

 

graduate level department of business at The Islamia University Bahawalpur. The data were analyzed on SPSS

 

version 16 and the results of the study revealed that the students had dearth of communication skills because of

 

lacking practices in the class as wells as scarcity of teachers professional trainings. The research also suggested that

 

the stronger and the more accurate approach is, the better the process of communication will be. Its purpose was to

 

find out the reasons of their weak communication skills, to find out the sources to remove their weakness and also to

 

find out the steps through which they can be motivated to enhance their communication skills. The study has also

 

some implications for the National accreditation of Teacher educators and Punjab education commission Pakistan.

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2015-03-30

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How to Cite

Azhar, M. ., Javed, A. ., & Bibi, M. . (2015). Analysis of the Communication Skills at Graduation Level in Pakistan. Bulletin of Business and Economics (BBE), 4(1), 19-23. https://bbejournal.com/BBE/article/view/223

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