• Rajuri Ramesh


English language education in India is undergoing significant transitions and challenges as the country continues to grow and develop. There are many new opportunities for teachers, but there are also several risks associated with these changes. This paper provides an overview of English language education in India, highlights some of the key issues that teachers face, and offers recommendations for how educators can best meet the needs of students and prepare them for a rapidly changing world. In recent years, there has been an increase in English-language schools all over India. This influx of new students has put a lot of pressure on traditional Indian educational institutions, such as universities, to adapt to this new environment and meet the needs of these newer students. Many colleges and universities are now offering degrees that include courses in English grammar, literature, journalism, business communication, etc., which were not previously part of their curricula. This shift away from traditional academic programs is indicative of another significant transition taking place within Indian society – one that is slowly but surely shifting away from its traditionally conservative values towards more liberal ones. With this change comes an increasing demand for knowledge and skills outside the traditional scope of study at Indian universities. Keywords: English language education, transitions and challenges, teachers, teaching subjects and knowledge and skills.
How to Cite
Rajuri Ramesh. (1). ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN INDIA: TRANSITIONS AND CHALLENGES. International Journal Of Innovation In Engineering Research & Management UGC APPROVED NO. 48708, EFI 5.89, WORLD SCINTIFIC IF 6.33, 10(02), 50-56. Retrieved from http://journal.ijierm.co.in/index.php/ijierm/article/view/1379